The World Social Forum has become a space for organized citizens to
come together for different purposes (support, updates, education,
coordination, campaigns, etc.). It has also become a sign of a
massive aspiration for the global spread of democratic principles.
Its intercultural complexities have not deterred participant
organizations from experimenting with new forms of participation
and action. The way in which populations from distant corners of
our planet have engaged in an open dialogue within the WSF calls
also for new ways of understanding such political engagements. This
work offers an insight through an anthropological perspective,
which suggests a way to observe and analyze complex intercultural
dialogues on our common future.
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