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Caos com cancelamento de reservas na Universidade Cheikh Anta Diop

Posted on 08 February 2011 by admin

Por Thandi Winston e Ebrima Sillah

Dacar, Senegal, 7/2/2011 (IPS/TerraViva) ‚Äď O primeiro dia de encontros e discuss√Ķes no F√≥rum Social Mundial foi marcado pelo caos sobre onde seriam realizados os inumer√°veis semin√°rios. Continue Reading

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Venue Chaos as UCAD Cancels Reservations

Posted on 07 February 2011 by admin

By Thandi Winston and Ebrima Sillah

The first day of meetings and discussions at the World Social Forum has been marred by chaos over venues for the myriad sessions. Continue Reading

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‘Ni Dalili za Mabadiliko’ Asema Morales wa Bolivia Wakati wa Uzinduzi wa Kongamano

Posted on 07 February 2011 by admin

Na Thandi Winston na Souleymane Faye*

Kutoka kwa: Abdullah Vawda/IPS

Kutoka kwa: Abdullah Vawda/IPS

DAKAR, Feb 6  (IPS)  РMakumi kwa maelfu ya watu waliandamana katika mitaa ya mji mkuu wa Senegal wa Dakar siku ya Jumapili kuashiria mwanzo wa Kongamano la Kijamii la Dunia linalofanyika kila mwaka. Wanaharakati walibeba mabango ya rangi  mbalimbali yanayokemea upokonyaji wa ardhi, sheria kali za uhamiaji, ruzuku katika kilimo barani Ulaya na Marekani na masuala mengine mengi. Continue Reading

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‚ÄėSigns of Change‚Äô Says Bolivia‚Äôs Morales as World Social Forum Opens

Posted on 07 February 2011 by admin

By Thandi Winston and Souleymane Faye*

DAKAR, Feb 6 (IPS/TerraViva) – Tens of thousands of people marched through the streets of Dakar on Sunday to mark the start of the annual World Social Forum. Activists carried colorful banners denouncing land grabs, restrictive immigration laws, agricultural subsidies in Europe and the U.S. and many other issues. Continue Reading

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En route to Dakar

Posted on 05 February 2011 by admin

Thandi Winston gauges expectations of World Social Forum participants.

ActionAid Zambia‘s Kotutu Chimuka is attending her first World Social Forum; land rights are uppermost in her mind.

Sipho Theys, from the South Africa-based Action Support Centre believes it’s essential activists leave Dakar with a definite plan of action.

Pumi Mtetwa, who works with the Equality Project in Johannesburg is going to the WSF to build alliances to fight against growing homophobia in Africa.

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