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WSF Bulletin

The next World Social Forum will take place in Belém, Pará, Brasil, January 27 – February 1, 2009. Below is a copy of the most recent information.

July 29th 2008

Index

1) Defined the list of 10 action objectives for WSF 2009 participants
2) World Social Forum 2009
a) How to participate on World Social Forum 2009?
b) Stands registration for WSF 2009.
c) Note about accommodation in Belem during the WSF 2009
3) WSF regional chapter
a) Americas Social Forum in Guatemala
b) African Social Forum Council meeting Continue reading WSF Bulletin

World Social Forum

Another Africa is not just possible, it has already begun – InterPress News Service
“Another Africa is not just possible, it has already begun. Africans have begun to articulate their issues in their own way, and to seek their own solutions to their own problems.”

Photos of the World day of Action – January 26th from various parts of our world.

For a complete report of the 2008 World Day of Action, download Terra Viva The Contents include:
  • More Thoughts than Action on Action Day
  • Diversity, a Birthright Waiting to be Recognized
  • Media Dyxlesia and the WSF
  • Post-Socialist Europe: Too Early for Global Worries
  • The World Cannot Stand Back from Colombia’s Tragedy
  • Crisis in Lebabon Costs Pall on WSF
  • Justice Street Performers in Santiago
  • India: From Reflection to Action
  • Burning Snow in Montreal
  • Eviction High on Atlanta Agenda
  • We Now Need Accomplishments
  • Davos Has Lost Its Arrogance
  • Taking Stands Is Vital for the WSF
  • Labour Has Still to Catch Up with the WSF
  • Native People and the World Social Forum
  • Everybody Leaves the Forum Happier, Wiser and Stronger

Amazon region to host the World Social Forum 2009

The social movements and non-governmental organizations from the Amazon region requested request that the Amazon region host the 2009 World Social Forum in Belem. This is in an area of different political, cultural and environmental aspects. Climate Change is a world wide issue and the Amazon region is the planet’s last forest frontier. In addition, it has the planet’s most valuable freshwater resources, biodiversity and great social diversity, which is represented by its traditional populations and indigenous peoples. More