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Gustavo Marin


Initiatives
Independent publishing, working for another kind of globalization

Can Religions Be Democratized?

Activities of the Social Money Workshop

Invitation to Allies Going to the WSF to be Facilitators of the "Street Dialogues" in Porto Alegre

Social Responsibility and Fair Trade: Complementary Practices

Join Us for the Seminar on the Charter of Human Responsibilities

Industrial Ecology - A New Planning Platform for Developing Countries

Governance and Food Sovereignty

Social Money and Solidarity SocioEconomy

Towards a world wide social finance system / circuit

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All the Activities Registered by Allies and Partners

[The names of the activities are in the language in which they were registered]

Terrain 1: Common Goods (161 activities)


* A) Betsan Martin from New Zealand in the name of the International Facilitation Committee of the Charter of Human Responsibilities: Foreshores and Seabeds. Responsible Governance and Indigenous Responsibilities.

* B) Vicent Garcès from CERAI Spain: Foro Mundial sobre la Reforma Agraria.

* C) Luis Felipe César of Crescente Fertil of Brazil: Mobilização para os Ecossistemas de Montanha.

* D) Beth Grimberg and the Waste and Citizenship Forum Brazil registered the activity: Waste and Citizenship.

* E) Rob Wheeler in the name of the San Francisco Peoples Assembly, United States: Creating & Implementing National Strategy Plans for Full Sustainability

* F) Before the WSF, the January 20-24 : workshop-visit in the State of Rio Grande do Sul on the issue : "réformes agraires, gestion foncière et des ressources naturelles" with the participation of fifteen persons from four continents and the support of CONTAG, the Brazilian Ministry of Agrarian Affairs, the world network APM-Terre Citoyenne, and the FPH (Pierre Vuarin)


Terrain 2: - Arts and Creation (206 activities)

Hamilton Faria of POLIS and the Artists in Alliance Network is a member of the Facilitation group of this Terrain.

Several Brazilian Allies are involved in it (Isis de Palma, Pedro Garcia, Marisa Grebb, among others). They are also very present in the Group Cultura for the whole WSF. They will facilitate, among other cross-Terrain initiatives, the Street Conversations.

* A) Carlos Liberona of AYUN Organización de salud social y educación, Chile: Etica, Espiritualidad y esponsabilidades Humanas; Cultura y Responsabilidades Humanas


* B) Caravana de Resistências Artísticas (Brazil - Palestine - France) France: A Arte na Política: Intervenções Artísticas em Áreas de Conflito do Brasil, Palestina e França.


* World Network of Alliance Artists, Brazil:
C) O Reencantamento do Mundo, o Artista e as Responsabilidades Humanas
D) A poética do Reencantamento: leituras poéticas
E) O Reencantamento do Mundo através da Contação de Histórias
F) Vagos e Duplos

Terrain 3: Communication (121 activities)
* A) Manola Gardez and Nathalie Dole registered in the name of the Alliance of Journalists, France: Responsabilidade dos jornalistas e da midia


* B) Out of the program, the January 25th, before the WSF : First Information and Communication World Forum
* C) Seminar together CCFD / La Vie / Alliance of Journalists: Quels regards croisés sur l’autre dans l’information Nord-Sud? Comment partager aujourd’hui une information citoyenne et planétaire ?
* D) Alliance of Journalists / International Facilitation Committee of the Chart of Human Responsibilities, on "responsabilité et milieux socio-professionnels" where people issued from military, artists, etc. will assist.
* E) Michel Sauquet of the Charles Léopold Foundation for the Progress of Humankind, Switzerland: Les Citoyens de la planète face à l’explosion de la communication: subir ou maîtriser?


* F) Fórum Intermunicipal de Cultura Brasil: Cultura de Paz na Mídia. É possível?

Terrain 4: Diversity, Plurality and Identities (251 activities)


* A) Pinky Cupino from the Philippines of the Center for Positive Futures in the name of the International Facilitation Committee of the Charter of Human Responsibilities registered the activity: Women social development activists, motherhood and human responsibilities.
* B) Academia de desenvolvimento social: Young People Groups and Organizations: What are our challenges and possibilities fighting for social changes?

Terrain 5: Human Rights (activities: 475)
* A) Pinky Cupino again from the Center for Positive Futures, Philippines: Empowerment of Grassroots Women and Human Values


* Arab NGO Network for Development, Lebanon:


B) The Role of Youth in the Social Movement
C) The Future of the Arab Social Movement; Issues of Gender, Media, and Youth
* D) Initiatives pour un autre monde (IPAM) France: Indivisibilité des droits: travailler avec les différences d’approches sur les droits économiques, sociaux, culturels et environnementaux (DESCE)


* E) Confederación de trabajadores de la educación de la República Argentina: Educación y derechos humanos


* F) Fireflies/Pipal Tree/Alliance - Sudha - India: Empowerment of Grassroots Women and Human Values


* G) Nova, Centro para la Innovación Social, Spain: Acción común: Otro mundo sin hambre es posible


* H) Red Por un Nuevo Pacto Social, Ecológico y de Derechos Humanos, Chile: Migrantes Andinos, Trabajo, Derechos Humanos y Responsabilidad Humana en el Chile Neoliberal.


* World Council of Churches, Switzerland:
I)Dignidad de los niños. Una perspectiva interreligiosa
J)Affirming life in dignity: enhancing justice and rights in a globalized world


Terrain 6: Economy of Solidarity (or Sovereign Economy in the terms of the WSF Web site, 299 activities)


* A) AlterUQAM Canada: L’économie sociale et solidaire : évaluer pour faire connaître et reconnaître


* Workgroup on Solidarity Socio-Economy, Brazil
B) Social money for local sustainable development
C) Place des femmes dans l’économie : l’apport des initiatives de femmes en économie solidaire
D) Economie solidaire et gestion associée: travailler en réseaux transversaux pour peser sur les décisions publiques.
E) Social Currency: instructions for use


* Grupo Red de Economía Solidaria, Peru
F) La economía solidaria, una propuesta de economía al servicio de las personas
G) Noción de riqueza y equidad de género en la economía


* Instituto de Politicas Alternativas para o Cone Sul, Brazil
H) Grupos de Trocas do Brasil fortalecendo a economia solidária
I) Educação: acesso a conhecimento, novos valores, profissionalização
J) Controle Social dos recursos vs liberade economica
K) O Papel da Rede Brasileira de Socioeconomia Solidária


* Workgroup on Solidarity Socio-Economy, France
L) Finance solidaire et indicateurs de performance sociale
M) Comercio Justo y Autoridades Locales
N) Responsabilité sociale et commerce éthique et solidaire : des pratiques complémentaires
O) Comercio Justo: relaciones Norte - Sur a poner al día


* Workgroup on Solidarity Socio-Economy (Alliance21) France
P) New rules for a new economy: a new global governance to move from existing grassroots economic alternatives to a fair global economy.
Q) D’autres indicateurs pour une économie solidaire
R) Au-delà du culte de la croissance : pour une évaluation plurielle de la richesse
* S) Workshop : In a global sugar market, what corporate policies and what new solidarities between North and South ? Face à un marché sucrier globalisé, quelles politiques entrepreneuriales et quelles nouvelles solidarités Nord-Sud ? An initiative of the "collectif éthique dans le sucre" (Olivier Genevieve), with different organisations, entreprises, network APM-TC. A workshop-visit is organized the January 20 - 24 in the region of Sao Paolo.
* T), U) A seminar and a workshop on : souveraineté alimentaire : mobilisation des alliances et des propositions pour une alternative au libre échange des produits agricoles. Parners : - Plate-forme française pour des Agricultures Durables et Solidaires (PFADS) and the platforms of other European countries (PFSA, CISA, PAL, PR) ; - Confédération paysanne, CCFD, Coordination SUD (CS), GRET ; Via Campesina, CONTAG, Network APM TC - Rouge et Vert - Les Alternatifs
* V) An international seminar : Sécurité, souveraineté alimentaire et accords commerciaux. By CONTAG, OXFAM international, Action-Aid Brésil. and with the participation of APM-TC, Forum Mondial des Pêcheurs.
* W) Fundación Ahora, A.C. México in coordination with WSSE - Global Social Currency


Terrain 7: Ethics (114 activities)


* A) Citizens’ Alliance for a Charter of Human Responsibilities, Edith Sizoo, France


* B) Bridge Initiative International, France: How to build a new world order of the people which would respect their cultures and religions?


* C) NOVASC -John Stewart- Nonviolent Action and Strategies for Social Change Zimbabwe Charter for Human

Responsibilities - village and popular views from Zimbabwe
* D) Fireflies/Pipal Tree/Alliance Siddhartha- India: Can Religions be Democratized ?


* E) World Council of Churches, Switzerland: Women, Spirituality of Life and Dignity


* F) Youth Workshop of the Alliance 21, France: How young people can face their responsibilities and contribute to build another world ?


Terrain 8: Social Struggles and Democratic Alternatives (activities: 381)


* Alianza Internacional de Habitantes, Brazil
A) Campaña Cero Desalojos
B) Torneo de futebol de calle “Cero desalojos”


* C) Instituto Ágora em Defesa do Eleitor e da Democracia, Brazil: Aldeia Global


* Alternatives, Canada
D) Au coeur du monstre
E) Global Apartheid ... Global Intifada


* Initiatives pour un autre monde (IPAM), France
F) Apartheid global, Alternatives globales
G) Agora du Monde


* H) Arab NGO Network for Development, Lebanon: Initiatives for Reforms and Democratization


* I) Centro Andino para la Formación de Líderes Sociales, Ecuador: Taller sobre educación popular, interculturalidad y formación de líderes sociales


* J) Fórum Intermunicipal de Cultura, Brazil: Cultura e Governança


* K) Mouvement de la gauche démocratique libanaise, Lebanon: la gauche et les luttes pour les réformes et la libération au Liban et dans le monde arabe


* L) Nova, Centro para la Innovación Social, Spain: Plan de lucha estructural contra la corrupción


* Polis, Brazil:
M) Inovações e Desafios para a Governança Democrática Local
N) Encontro sobre a Política Nacional de Resíduos Sólidos


* Red Por un Nuevo Pacto Social, Ecológico y de Derechos Humanos, Chile:
O) Experiencias y Ensayos de Poder Local
P) Memoria, Derechos Humanos y Resistencia.


* Q) Morocco Social Forum social Steering Committee: Le monde arabe et la mondialisation.


* R) Zimbabwe Social Forum: Zimbabwe’s crisis - Homegrown, imposed, allowed? - what determination, what processes, what solutions?


Terrain 9: Peace and Demilitarization (181 activities)


* A) Nova, Centro para la Innovación Social, Spain: Por una defensa civil noviolenta como alternativa a los ejércitos


* B) John Stewart, Zimbabwe: Nonviolence as intervention, nonviolence as action.


* C) Instituto Ágora em Defesa do Eleitor e da Democracia, Brazil: Tambores da Paz


* D) San Francisco Peoples Assembly, United States: Creating a National Campaign for Peace & Disarmament and a Peoples Department of Peace


* E) Charles Léopold Foundation for the Progress of Humankind, Switzerland, and the School of Peace, Grenoble, France: Los militares y la sociedad civil.


Terrain 10: Autonomous Thought, reappropriation and socialization of knowledge and technologies (230 activities)


* A) Alianza Internacional de Habitantes, Brazil: Universidad Popular Urbana


* B) AlterUQAM Canada: University and civil society: a new alliance is possible.


* C) Workshop : l’éducation populaire et l’interculturalisme dans le domaine de la formation de dirigeants sociaux (CAFOLIS, APM TC, Fernando Rosero, Pierre Vuarin FPH ), APM-Afrique, UPAFA, /Grupo Apoyo-Ecuador,/ FUNADES, Contag-/Universidade Camponesa/, Università populare urbana (UPU)/, /Música Esperanza-Argentina/, CCP-Perú , FUNARES. Links with activities of UPU.
* D) Workshop : "Which school for the South ? " Institut de la Vie with On’Okunndje (Congo) and Bertrand Euverte (Paraguay)
* Fondation Sciences Citoyennes :
E) la pratique néolibérale de la marchandisation de la science : quelles conséquences
F) la pratique néolibérale de la marchandisation de la science : quelles réponses, quelles résistances

Terrain 11: New International Democratic Order (146 activities)


* A), B) The FPH registered two activities around the question: How should the world be governed? Answers by the Chinese and the Indians and Answers by the Arabs.


* Bridge Initiative International, France:
C) How to build a democratic world order?
D) How to reform the multilateral system for a more just economic and social global governance?
E) How to rethink multilateralism so that it guarantees security and peace?


* Coordination SUD (Solidarité - Urgence - Développement), France:
F) Meeting of national NGO federations: moving toward nongovernmental diplomacy
G) Moving toward nongovernmental diplomacy: The action of national NGO federations


* H) Nova, Centro para la Innovación Social, Spain: Por una participación ciudadana de calidad


* San Francisco Peoples Assembly:
I) UN 60th Campaign to Empower the UN Establishing a Participatory Model of Global Democracy based upon an agreed set of Values and Principles and a Charter of Human Responsibilities


* J) Red Ciudadana, France: ¿Qué estrategias para una legitimación política de la voz ciudadana?


Gustavo is part of the Facilitation group of this terrain.

 

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