MONTREAL CITIZENS FORUM

Date: 
Thursday, April 21, 2011 - 19:00 - 21:00

WHAT HAPPENED IN DAKAR AT THE WORLD SOCIAL FORUM?

Come join us for the discussions in the auditorium of the Atwater Library

(1200 Atwater Avenue x St.Catherine West - Atwater subway)

  • Where did the understanding of how to conduct social change protests in Egypt and Tunisia come from?
  • Why have protests taken a different turn in Libya?
  • What happened in Dakar at the February meeting of the World Social Forum? (Final Declaration of the Forum)
  • What is this, the largest movement in human history, all about anyway?

Hear a report from Montrealers who were there

  • Michel Lambert, Executive Director of Alternatives International

  • Feroz Mehdi, founding member of Alternatives International
and others who attended the Dakar forum

...and others who attended the Dakar forum

* Chair: Dimitri Roussopoulos

Some of the events covered include :

  • World Social Forum: 10th Anniversary
  • Final Declaration on of the Social Movements Assembly
  • From Cairo to Dakar to Durban, Another World Actually Is Possible!

THE MONTREAL CITIZEN FORUM is a public interest association working with the Social Justice Committee, the Council of Canadians (Montreal), the School of Community and Public Affairs of Concordia University, the Stanley Aleong Foundation and others...

The MCF's purpose is to organize public debates in public places in Montreal on important local, regional and international questions.
Montreal Citizen Forum

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