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Prof. Ward Morehouse III

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Co-Founder, Program

Phone: (413) ***-****  
Council on International and Public Affairs
777 United Nations Plaza
New York , New York 10017
United States

 
Background

Board Memberships and Affiliations

Education

  • Yale University
  • MA
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Blog | National Lawyers Guild
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Ward Morehouse was a longtime Guild member and an inspiration to many around the world.
As an attorney, scholar, author, and publisher, he worked to provide tools for people to understand the causes of oppression and to take action for social justice.
Ward graduated from Yale University and held teaching positions in New York, Sweden, and India. In 1976, he took over as president of the Council on International and Public Affairs, a nonprofit human rights organization he helped found in 1954.
AfD-United Nations/Desai Letter
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Ward Morehouse, Council on International and Public Affairs, US
Endorsers of the National Initiative | Vote.org
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Ward Morehouse (President, Council on International and Public Affairs; author, Abuse of Power
Shays2: Western Mass. Committee on Corporations and Democracy
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We began our work in 2002 as a study group examining the principles of citizens rights-based organizing for democracy at the local level and studying the works of the nationally-known group, POCLAD (Program on Corporations, Law and Democracy) http://www.poclad.org> of which one our Shays 2 founders, Ward Morehouse, is a co-founder.
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Ward Morehouse, of Northampton, is a co-founder of Shays2. He was a co-founder in 1994 of POCLAD (Program on Corporations, Law and Democracy). Many of his essays are included in the standard introductory book for POCLAD work, Defying Corporations, Defining Democracy: A Book of History and Strategy, a collection of 70 published and unpublished articles, essays, speeches, letters, harangues, and screeds in which POCLADers grapple with the reality that giant corporations -- backed by law -- govern our communities, our nation and the Earth. The book was published for POCLAD by APEX Press, of which Morehouse is the publisher.
Morehouse is internationally known for his work struggling against the corporate assault on human rights and speaks widely across the globe. He is a co-founder of the International Coalition for Justice in Bhopal, India, working on behalf of the victims of the 1984 Union Carbide Corporation's chemical spill in that city, known as the Hiroshima of the chemical industry. He travels regularly to Bhopal and is engaged in the ongoing litigation efforts to secure justice for more than 200,000 living victims.
He is a co-author of The Bhopal Reader, a tool for activists and history of the 21-year struggle.
Morehouse is an activist in the international people's Law movement, the Permanent People's Tribunals, begun by Bertrand Russell during the Viet Nam war.
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George W. Bush met with leaders of the industrialized nations to discuss trade, Morehouse gave speeches and ran sessions.
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Morehouse has written or edited some 20 books, including Building Sustainable Communities, The Bhopal Tragedy, Abuse of Power: The Social Performance of Multinational Corporations, Worker Empowerment in a Changing Economy, and The Underbelly of the U.S. Economy. A lifelong human rights activist, Morehouse founded and is still president of the Council on International and Public Affairs (CIPA).
A former academic, Morehouse taught Political Science at New York University and has been a Visiting Professor in Sweden and India. He has been a consultant to various United Nations agencies.
Shays2: Western Mass. Committee on Corporations and Democracy
www.shays2.org [cached]
We began our work in 2002 as a study group examining the principles of citizens rights-based organizing for democracy at the local level and studying the works of the nationally-known group, POCLAD (Program on Corporations, Law and Democracy) http://www.poclad.org> of which one our Shays 2 founders, Ward Morehouse, is a co-founder.
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Ward Morehouse, of Northampton, is a co-founder of Shays2. He was a co-founder in 1994 of POCLAD (Program on Corporations, Law and Democracy). Many of his essays are included in the standard introductory book for POCLAD work, Defying Corporations, Defining Democracy: A Book of History and Strategy, a collection of 70 published and unpublished articles, essays, speeches, letters, harangues, and screeds in which POCLADers grapple with the reality that giant corporations -- backed by law -- govern our communities, our nation and the Earth. The book was published for POCLAD by APEX Press, of which Morehouse is the publisher.
Morehouse is internationally known for his work struggling against the corporate assault on human rights and speaks widely across the globe. He is a co-founder of the International Coalition for Justice in Bhopal, India, working on behalf of the victims of the 1984 Union Carbide Corporation's chemical spill in that city, known as the Hiroshima of the chemical industry. He travels regularly to Bhopal and is engaged in the ongoing litigation efforts to secure justice for more than 200,000 living victims.
He is a co-author of The Bhopal Reader, a tool for activists and history of the 21-year struggle.
Morehouse is an activist in the international people's Law movement, the Permanent People's Tribunals, begun by Bertrand Russell during the Viet Nam war.
...
George W. Bush met with leaders of the industrialized nations to discuss trade, Morehouse gave speeches and ran sessions.
...
Morehouse has written or edited some 20 books, including Building Sustainable Communities, The Bhopal Tragedy, Abuse of Power: The Social Performance of Multinational Corporations, Worker Empowerment in a Changing Economy, and The Underbelly of the U.S. Economy. A lifelong human rights activist, Morehouse founded and is still president of the Council on International and Public Affairs (CIPA).
A former academic, Morehouse taught Political Science at New York University and has been a Visiting Professor in Sweden and India. He has been a consultant to various United Nations agencies.
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