World Social Forum (WSF) 2007 - Nairobi
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Since the first world Social Forum encounter in 2001, the WSF has taken the form of a permanent world process seeking and building alternatives to neo-liberal policies. Activities will be organized around the nine general objectives that resulted from the previous consultation on actions, campaigns and struggles. The Forum takes place in Nairobi, Kenya from 20 to 25 January 2007. Official information: WSF 2007 Nairobi - WSF 2007 Consultation Workspace - World Social Forum. >> See Choike's in depth report: World Social Forum

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