The Assembly of The Social Movements, while not exactly a part of the World Social Forum, is the place where action gets agreed and a statement of intent is issued.
Focus on the Global South has compiled a report and the call of the Social Movements is published here. For more
One of the most moving, difficult and memorable demonstrations I have been priviledged to participate in closed the WSF in style on 25 January.
Gathering in the Kariobangi slum in Nairobi, at a catholic church and school / community centre, thousands of people, mostly Kenyan but many from overseas, having been
The major part of the WSF is drawing to a close, this infrequent blog has so much to say, but the internet connections here leave much to be desired. Some have been more successful at finding the place and time to write stuff online, but I’ve been a little
Saturday 20 January 2007. The opening of the seventh WSF has been quite a spectacular success. A peace march started this morning from Kibera to Uhuru Park.
Kibera is one of the biggest slums in Africa. For those who have seen it, Kibera featured in the film A Constant Gardener. Easily