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Public Citizen Workshops At The 2003 World Social Forum

January 24

WTO - The Road to Cancun
2:00 pm
Location: Quinta Sala

The threats posed by the Fifth Ministerial of the World Trade Organization, the strategies that social movements might take in the lead-up to and during Cancun, and the ways in which that trade can be a means for achieving sustainable and democratic development.

Ivan Polanco, Comitê de Mobilização Rumo a
Cancun, México
Lori Wallach, Public Citizen, Estados Unidos
Martin Khor, TWN Third World Network, Malásia
Mohau Pheko, IGTN, África do Sul
Muthoni Muriu, Oxfam International, Senegal
Paul Nicholson, Via Campesina, Espanha
Rafael Freire Neto (facilitador), Hemispheric Social Alliance, Brasil
Stanley A. Gacek, AFL-CIO, Estados Unidos

January 25

“Campaigns of Resistance: From Cancun to Miami”
4:00 p.m.-6:00 p.m.:
Location: TBA

January 26

“Services and Investment in the WTO”
8:30 a.m.-12 p.m.
Location: TBA

January 26

Our World Is Not For Sale (OWINFS) Press Conference, “The Road to Cancun”
1:00 p.m.
Location: TBA

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