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Jason Nardi is Italian. He is working for a network called Social Watch, composed of about 600 organizations, grass roots movements, etc. all around the world. He is also a member of the International Council of the WSF. We interview him during the preparatory meeting of the next World Social Forum to be held in Tunis in 2013.
Occupied Palestine is part of every free heartbeat in this world and her cause continues to inspire solidarity across the globe. The World Social Forum Free Palestine is an expression of the human instinct to unite for justice and freedom and an echo of the World Social Forum’s opposition to neo-liberal hegemony, colonialism, and racism through struggles for social, political and economic alternatives to promote justice, equality, and the sovereignty of peoples.
Moema Miranda is working for a Brazilian organization called IBASE, that is one of the 8 organizations that started the World social forum in Brazil in 2001. She is also a member of the International Council of the WSF. We interview her during the preparatory meeting of the next World Social Forum to be held in Tunis in 2013.
Ten years ago, Florence hosted the first ever European Social Forum. It constituted an extraordinary moment in the construction of a continent-wide demos, which presented analyses, proposals and solutions which – had they been translated into policies – would have avoided Europe and the world crashing into the terrible economic, environmental, social and democratic crisis in which it is now mired.