Thomas Mc Donagh
Thomas is originally from Dublin, Ireland. He obtained his masters degree from the School of Politics & International Relations at University College Dublin in 2006 and has since worked closely with global justice and solidarity groups from Ireland. He has a background in trade/globalisation, languages, food politics and environmental activism. He arrived at the center having worked with various grassroots organisations in Latin America including spending 2011 with an environmental NGO in Colombia as a researcher for a food sovereignty campaign.
Articles by this author
Monday, January 25, 2016
Corporate Power Doesn’t Always Win: Remembering the FTAA
In retrospect, it sounds like a dream come true: a mobilized population, intercontinental organizing, cooperative left-wing governments — all culminating in the downfall of a major corporate-friendly trade agreement that would have covered a large chunk of the global economy. It wasn’t just a dream...