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The roundtable conversation begins.
Brent Patterson | About 85 people from at least 23 different countries came together for a 'Roundtable on water as a human right and a commons' at the World Social Forum in Tunisia.
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Blue Planet Project water campaigner Meera Karunananthan introduces the day.
Brent Patterson | More than 80 people from around the world gathered for a 'Water Justice Day' forum at the Université de Tunis in advance of the World Social Forum.
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Pablo Solon | To stop climate change we need to change ourselves. We need to stop thinking on growth and "development" and push instead for the redistribution of wealth.
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Brent Patterson | It's 10:30 a.m. on Tuesday morning here in Tunisia and we're getting ready for the major march this afternoon that will officially launch the World Social Forum.
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Brent Patterson | The Blue Planet Project and the Council of Canadians joined today’s three-hour march through the city.
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Brent Patterson | The World Social Forum will bring together an estimated 70,000 activists from around the world to Tunisia from March 26-30.
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rabble staff | The World Social Forum Dignity-Karama will take place as foreseen in Tunis, from the 26th to the 30th of March 2013.
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Brent Patterson | The Blue Planet Project and the World Social Forum
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John Greyson | The Queer Visions group included sixteen activists from seven cities internationally. We gathered in Porto Alegre prior to the World Social Forum.
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Photo: Tni.org
Roger Rashi, Raul Burbano | Anger and discontent against the ruling Conservative government is on the rise all across Canada. Yet our movements continue to be fragmented and ghettoized.
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Thomas Ponniah | An act of human self-fulfillment: the Bolivarian process espoused by Latin America gives participatory forms of democracy equal weight with representative democracy. The potential is enormous.
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The opening march at the World Social Forum in Dakar, Senegal, Feb. 6, 2011. Photo: Pambazuka News/Flickr.
Feroz Mehdi | Senegal welcomed the world this month, as 75,000 people representing local and international progressive movements and organizations came to Dakar from over 130 countries.