A Political Programme for the World Social Forum?
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A POLITICAL PROGRAMME FOR THE WORLD SOCIAL FORUM?
Democracy, Substance and Debate in the Bamako Appeal
and the Global Justice Movements

Jai Sen and Madhuresh Kumar with Patrick Bond and Peter Waterman

January 2007

TABLE OF CONTENTS


Cover, credits and more

  • Acknowledgements

  • Contributors to the Reader

  • Revisiting the Bamako Appeal: Issues of Democracy and Substance in the Global Justice Movements January 21 2007

  • In Defence of Open Space, January 23 2007




Section 1
Introductions
  • 1.1 The Bamako Appeal Dialogue : An Introduction: Peter Waterman

  • 1.2 Fragments of an Introduction: A Background to this Reader : Jai Sen, CACIM (New Delhi)

  • 1.3 A Political Programme for the WSF?: Patrick Bond, CCS (Centre for Civil Society, Durban)

Section 2
  • The Communist Manifesto

  • 2.1 Communist Manifesto: Karl Marx and Friedrich Engels, 1848
Section 3
Bandung
  • 3.1 Final Communiqué of the Asian-African Conference: Asian-African Conference, April 24 1955

  • 3.2 Outcomes of the Asian-African Summit: Asian-African Summit, April 1955

  • 3.3 Speech to Bandung Conference Political Committee, 1955: Jawaharlal Nehru, nd (1955)
Section 4
The World Social Forum
  • 4.1 World Social Forum Charter of Principles : World Social Forum Organising Committee and World Social Forum International Council, June 2001

  • 4.2 Today's Bandung: Michael Hardt, March-April 2002
Section 5
Call of Social Movements
  • 5.1 Porto Alegre II – Call of Social Movements – Resistance to neoliberalism and militarism : for peace and social justice : Anon, nd, c.January 2002

  • 5.2 World Call of the Social Movements, Porto Alegre, Brazil - January 27th 2003: ALAI - Agencia Latinoamericana de Informacion (Ecuador); Amigos de la Tierra (El Salvador): Arab NGO Network for Development (Lebanon) and others, January 2003

  • 5.3 Seminar of the Social Movements, Brussels, September 28 - October 1 2006, Summary Report: Christophe Aguiton (European March Against Unemployment), Ruli Agus (Federation Indonesian Peasant Union (FSPI), member Via Campesina), Akimoto Yoko (ATTAC Japan), andors, October 2006
Section 6
Porto Alegre Manifesto
  • 6.1 Porto Alegre Manifesto : Group of Nineteen, February 20 2005

  • 6.2 Discussing the Porto Alegre Manifesto : Patrick Bond, February 22 2005

Section 7
The Bamako Appeal
  • 7.1 The Bamako Appeal: Forum pour un Autre Mali, Forum Mondial des Alternatives (France), Forum du Tiers Monde (Sénégal), ENDA (Sénégal) and ors, February 2006

  • 7.2 Signatories to The Bamako Appeal: François Houtart, WFA (World Forum for Alternatives), April 2006

  • 7.3 Answers to Bamako Appeal: François Houtart, April 13 2006

  • 7.4 Bamako Appeal promotes struggle against market-driven society, Bamako, Mali: John Catalinotto, January 27 2006

  • 7.5 World Social Forum puts Africa up front/ Round tables issue Bamako Appeal/ Appeal de Bamako: John Catalinotto, February 2006

  • 7.6 The World Social Forum lands in Africa: Geoffrey Pleyers, September 2006
Section 8
Reactions to the Bamako Appeal
  • 8.1 The Bamako Appeal and The Zapatista 6th Declaration : Between Creating New Worlds and Reorganizing the Existing One : Kolya Abramsky, May 2006

  • 8.2 Some Comments on the Bamako Appeal : Michael Albert, May 4 2006

  • 8.3 Does Bamako Appeal ? The World Social Forum Versus the Life Strategies of the Subaltern: Franco Barchiesi, Heinrich Bohmke, Prishani Naidoo, and Ahmed Veriava, July 22-23 2006

  • 8.4 Politics of the WSF: A debate in Durban, Centre for Civil Society Workshop on the World Social Forum, July 2006

  • 8.5 Appraising the Bamako Appeal : A Contribution to the Debate: Peter Custers, June 15 2006

  • 8.6 Some Questions Directed to the Authors of the Bamako Appeal: Dorothea Haerlin, April 28 2006

  • 8.7 Comments on Bamako Appeal: Peter Marcuse, May 6 2006

  • 8.8 A Critique of the Bamako Appeal: Steve Martinot, 2006

  • 8.9 Letter to Organisers of Bamako Meeting: Antonio Martins, Chico Whitaker, and Sergio Haddad, March 16 2006

  • 8.10 Some Comments on The Bamako Appeal: Francine Mestrum, February 20 2006

  • 8.11 The World Social Forum and the Bamako Appeal: Yes, but no: Francine Mestrum, June 10, 2006

  • 8.12 From the Conference of the Peoples of Bandung to the Bamako Appeal: Geoffrey Pleyers, January 2007

  • 8.13 Comments on the Bamako Appeal: Subir Sinha, April 25 2006

  • 8.14 Bamako Appeal Spikes Controversy: Ruby van der Wekken, Peter Waterman, Francine Mestrum, Teivo Teivainen, Ruby van der Wekken, Ruth Reitan, Tord Bjork, Marko Ulvila, February 2006

  • 8.15 The Bamako Appeal: A Post-Modern Janus? : Peter Waterman, April 15 2006

  • 8.16 Beyond Bamako: The Bamako Appeal and the Maturation of the World Social Forum : Peter Waterman, May-June 2006
Section 9
Beyond Bamako : Many Worlds, Many Languages
  • 9.1 Democratic Politics Globally : Elements for a Dialogue on Global Political Party Formations: Samir Amin, 2006

  • 9.2 Beyond the Third World: Imperial Globality, Global Coloniality and Anti-Globalisation Social Movements: Arturo Escobar, February 2004

  • 9.3 The International Union Merger of November 2006 : Top-Down, Eurocentric, and Invisble?: Peter Waterman, Autumn 2006

  • 9.4 Women's Global Charter for Humanity: World March of Women, December 10 2004

  • 9.5 Invitation-Summons to the Intercontinental Encounter for Humanity and Against Neoliberalism : Zapatista Army of National Liberation (EZLN - Ejército Zapatista de Liberación Nacional), May 1996

  • 9.6 6th Declaration of the Selva Lacandona: Zapatista Army of National Liberation (EZLN - Ejército Zapatista de Liberación Nacional), July 1 2005
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