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January 25th, 2009

assembleia010209_02paulinom4001IPS TerraViva reported from the 2009 World Social Forum in Belem, Brazil, from 27 January to 2 February.

A team of journalists from around the world covered the event for IPS TerraViva, in an effort carried out with the support of Oxfam Novib and ActionAid.

WSF ends with political resolutions and plan of action
Alejandro Kirk/IPS-TerraViva

The World Social Forum ended its ninth edition Sunday in Belem with its “Assembly of assemblies” adopting dozens of resolutions and proposals to be the subjects of a program of mobilizations around the world in 2009. More

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IPS TerraViva has been involved and reported on the WSF process from the outset in 2001 in Porto Alegre. You can visit coverage of the World Social Forum Global Day of Action held in 2008 or access the IPS TerraViva Archives.

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