Roundtable discussion at European Social Forum, Malmo on theme How Relevant is the WSF to Struggles for Social Justice in the World Today ? September 19 2008, 10-1 pm, Babel / Jeriko Café Bar, Spångatan 38, Malmo, Sweden with Alex Callinicos, America Vera-Zavala?, Dimitri Roussopoulos, Emma Dowling, Geoffrey Pleyers, Gina Vargas, Gustave Massiah, Moema Miranda, Raffaella Bolini. See details
CACIM (India), together with AFM - Articulación Feminista Marco Sur (Latin America), ATTAC France, Canada Research Chair in Social Justice, GGJ - Grassroots Global Justice Alliance (USA), Kenya Network of Grassroots Organisations (KENGONET), Mémoire des lutes (France), Mouvements (France), and People’s Parliament (Kenya), February 8 2011 - Facing the Challenges of the Present and the Future : How Well is the World Social Forum Doing ?, Workshop at the World Social Forum at Dakar, Senegal Read more
CACIM, together with ABN - African Biodiversity Network (Kenya), Climate SOS (USA), GGJ - Grassroots Global Justice Alliance (USA), IEN - Indigenous Environmental Network (Turtle Island : Canada/USA), and NFFPFW - National Forum of Forest People and Forest Workers (India), February 9 2011 - Confronting the Consequences of Climate Change : Conflict, War, Resistance, and Movement in the Coming Half Century. Workshop being organised at the World Social Forum at Dakar, Senegal Read more
CACIM Canada Research Chair in Social Justice, together with CACIM, El Taller International (Tunisia), and National Forum of Forest People and Forest Workers (India), February 9 2011 - Perspectives on the ‘crisis of civilization’ as a focus for movements. Workshop being organised at the World Social Forum at Dakar, Senegal ... Read more in English/French
CACIM Multilogues, June 2 2009 : Looking Ahead to WSF 2011 in Dakar, Senegal : Perspectives and Challenges. Indian Social Institute, New Delhi. 3:30-6:00 pm. Invite | Discussion Note | Report
June 4, 2009 CACIM and Navayana invite you to a public discussion on INTERNATIONALISING CASTE : EVERYBODY’S ISSUE? OR NOBODY’S ISSUE?. Indian Social Institute, New Delhi. 3.30 – 6.30 pm. More
The latest series of monographs by the CACIM Forum Fellows is out. These studies have been published under the Critical Engagement series of CACIM. Read more
Jai Sen, May 2009 - On open space : Explorations towards a vocabulary of a more open politics ...Arguing that open space, horizontality, and networking are now emerging as a general tendency in the organisation of human social relations, and that the WSF is a major historical experiment in this idea, the paper seeks to open up the concept towards a more critical discussion and understanding of it, in relation to the times we live in...