FSE/ESF Forum social européen/European Social Forum - 23rd and 24th of May 2011 in Paris
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23rd and 24th of May 2011 in Paris [en]
9 May 2011

This proposal will be discussed during a Skype conference call on Tuesday 10th of May at 3.30pm (Paris local time). Search for "groundationsoldier" on Skype. You are all welcome to participate!



 

Seminar: international mobilizations and the relation between social movements and the spaces of the World and Euopean Social Forums

Paris 23th-24th of May

Working Languages: English and French

Monday May 23th

- 09.00 – 09.30 : Welcoming of participants
- 09.30 - 12.00 : Plenary Session

The role of social movements and citizens in relation to international mobilizations:

The global scale (dimension) of social movements has emerged from a series of protests movements in reaction to key dates of the international agenda. It is within theses sequences that the world social forum process has been built, from the convergence of movements that participated and those who joined them.

With the FSM process, diverse social movements build credible alternatives to the neoliberal system in an autonomous space, horizontal and open, .

From contestation to credible alternatives to the neo-liberal system

Opening of the UN system as it is marginalized because of the rise of the directories of both the G8 and the G20.

Discussion including first feedbacks of what has just be organized during the G8. This discussion will allow international participants to give us their opinion on these subjects.

- 14.00 – 18.00: 3 parallel sessions

1. Durban / Rio+20: Which common work? Which mobilisations? Which articulation between different national groups?

2. The evolution of the social movement in Europe and the process of the European social forum This seminar carry on with a discussion which took place last autumn in Budapest.

3. Durban conference on racism and migrations.

Tuesday the 24th

- 9.00 - 12.00 : 2 working groups which will focus on the G20

1. G20 : topics / issues at stake for movements

2. Which messages, which common voice between North and South?

Thematic reflexion on:financial regulation, agriculture – food commodities governance , Reflexion in small groups and conclusion within the bigger group.

3. Which objectives in terms of mobilisation? Which common media work? Public awareness raising? What People’s forum do we want? Next steps for the collective work process?

- 14-17h : Plenary session

The World Social Forum and the next steps for the movement

Common calender and work






 
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