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Those involved were not greatly surprised. The NAS office was frequently visited by people from assorted organizations clutching budgets with massive provision for various items, all costed and set out to the maximum extent possible. The expectations of an HIV gravy train were entrenched, and the feeling that you only had to ask widespread. Those putting together the GFATM proposal included everyone so as not to disappoint – but at the cost of the proposal being turned down. With the end of HARRP in sight, the planning meetings for the GFATM Round Six proposal in 2006 were much more fraught, with organizations and individuals conscious that HIV might not be the 41 2 · Mediated health citizenships With the arrival of the HARRP money, NAS became extremely rich, as did many other people and organizations.
While aware of these academic debates, we have nevertheless used the terms ‘local’, ‘national’ and ‘global’ ourselves as shorthand for the different levels of authority and decisionmaking in which citizen action may attempt to intervene. 4 We shall not be able here to do justice to the richness of these debates. For good summaries and reviews see Falk (1994), Heater (2002) and Schattle (2008). Also, for a good annotated bibliography of literature on global governance and global citizenship, see Benequista and Levine (2009).
Hoffman, J. (2004) Citizenship beyond the State, London: Sage. Jasanoff, S. and M. L. Jasanoff and M. L. 1–29. Kabeer, N. (2005) Inclusive Citizenship: Meaning and Expressions, London: Zed Books. Keck, M. and K. Sikkink (1998) Activists beyond Borders: Advocacy Networks in International Politics, Ithaca, NY: Cornell University Press. Leach, M. and I. Scoones (2006) ‘Mobilizing citizens: social movements and the politics of knowledge’, IDS Working Paper no. 276, Institute of Development Studies, Brighton.
Globalising Citizens: New Dynamics of Inclusion and Exclusion by John Gaventa, Rajesh Tandon