Re-inventing internationalism: lessons from the World Social Forum
Renewal - ISSN 0968-5211
Volume 29 Number 1 (2021)
Re-inventing internationalism: lessons from the World Social
John Chowcat, pages 60-71
The World Social Forum, launched in 2001, brought together progressive activists and civil society groups from across the world. In an era of global challenges and blurred lines between domestic and foreign policy, Labour has much to learn from this pioneering project.
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John Chowcat, (2021) Re-inventing internationalism: lessons from the World Social Forum , Renewal, 29(1), 60-71