For nearly two decades, the WSF has served as a vital gathering space for international activists seeking "another world," but now may be losing momentum. In this GTI Forum, a panel of WSF veterans appraise its past, critique its present, and debate its future.
The World Social Forum has been a vital gathering space for international activists. But is it losing momentum? A panel of WSF veterans appraise its past, critique its present, and debate its future.
The former Greek Minister of Finance describes his vision for a democratized European Union, the political challenge, and the new transnational movement working for another Europe.
A Roundtable of prominent labor scholars and activists explores the way forward for global labor solidarity.
How can we take control of our common future? A world party can provide the overarching political agency we need.
An exchange on a world political party featuring Vicki Assevero, Michel Bauwens, Andreas Bummel, Kavita Byrd, Joseph Camilleri, David Christian, Richard Falk, Ashish Kothari, Valentine M. Moghadam, and William I. Robinson, with a response from Heikki Patomäki.
Our interdependent world needs a capacious ethos. Moral philosopher Kwame Anthony Appiah discusses the importance of cultivating a “rooted cosmopolitanism.”