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Social forums – Challenges and new perspectives

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This chapter indicates some new possibilities that are emerging in relation to the activities to be organized in connection with the 2008 Global Day of Action. The question of final declarations or resolutions is not new in the World Social Forum (WSF) process. Some participants consider that to ensure the engagement in actions, the Social Forum process should have a political mobilizing program, defined in a final declaration of each meeting, as an all activists' meetings or assemblies. One idea for the 2008 global day of action is being developed in Brazil that could create the possibility of participation for many people, opening also perspectives for the future: the organization of "fairs of actions to change the world".

Keywords: global day of action; World Social Forum (WSF)

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