Archive 1999 - 2005
and Aftermaths: Starhawk's first post-G8 report describes the
blockades and the adverse effects of the London bombings on the participants.
Her second, Tatting
Down (July 11) gives an inside view of the activist encampment.
See her website for
the full series of reports. http://www.starhawk.org/
For excellent on-the-spot
coverage of the movement and actions in Bolivia against privatization
of energy resources, and for democracy,
Reports from the 5th
World Social Forum, January 2005, Brazil:
in Miami Nov. 19 - 21 2003
Globalization is not Gender Neutral
50 Years Is Enough! Network demands for transformation of the IMF and World Bank, in preparation for their annual meetings, Washington, DC, September/October 2001
"Caring for the Life of All We Demand Justice Globally" - A Women's Declaration on the Occasion of the World Economic Forum Davos 2001
The People's Caravan 2000 - "Citizen's
on the Move for Land and Food Without Poisons"
One year after massive protests in Seattle against the World Trade Organisation (WTO) and its brand of globalisation-the People's Caravan 2000 ended three weeks of activities in India, Bangladesh and the Philippines, with simultaneous events in Japan, Korea and Indonesia. (more)
Actions against the World Bank/IMF: Washington, DC, April 2000
"The Battle of Seattle":
reports on the demonstrations against the WTO (Nov.-Dec. 1999)
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