World Social Forum and Global Solidarity Bibliography

    The World Social Bibliography
    A Bibliography on the World Social Forum and
    the Global Solidarity and Justice Movement
    Jai Sen and Peter Waterman, with Madhuresh Kumar, December 2003 1
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    ABONG, ATTAC, CBJP, CIVES, CUT, IBASE, CJG, and MST, April 2001 – ‘World Social Forum Charter of Principles’, dt April 9 2001, 2 pp.  Document earlier available at http://www.forumsocialmundial.org.br/main.asp?id_menu=4&cd_language=2.   Published in Sen, Jai, Anita Anand, Arturo Escobar, and Peter Waterman, eds, 2004 – World Social Forum : Challenging Empires.  New Delhi : Viveka
    Abramsky, Kolya, ed, 2001 – Restructuring and Resistance, Diverse Voice of Struggle in Western Europe, 565 pp. Available at reseryev@yahoo.com
    Abreu, Ricardo January 2003 – ‘What is the World Social Forum ?’, in Red Star, Platform for Communist Revolutionaries, January 2003, pp 14-15
    Ac Krtashivananda Avt, 2000 – ‘Globalisation of Economy’.  Available from PROUT, 209 Khirki Main Road, Malviya Nagar, Delhi 110 017, ph: 91 11 6231814, 6470160, em: proutdelhi@hotmail.com, wb: www.prout.org
    Ação de Cidadania contra a Fome e pela Vida, São Paulo (Brasil), Agir ensemble contre le Chomage – AC! (France), Agremiación de Funcionarios de la Universidad de la Républica – AFFUR (Uruguay), and others, nd, c.January 2001 – ‘Porto Alegre Call for Mobilisation’.  2 pp + 3 pp signatories
    Adamovsky, Ezequiel, 2003 – ‘The World Social Forum’s New Project : ‘The Network of the World’s Social Movements’’. Unpublished Manuscript
    Adamovsky, Ezequiel and Susan George, January 2003 – ‘What is the point of Porto Alegre ? Activists from two generations in dialogue’, in Open Democracy, DIY World, January 21 2003.  Available at http://www.opendemocracy.net/debates/article.jsp?id=6&debateId=91&articleId=906. Republished in Jai Sen, Anita Anand, Arturo Escobar, and Peter Waterman, eds, 2004 – World Social Forum : Challenging Empires.  New Delhi : Viveka
    The Adhoc Working Group on Mai,  – The Mai, Democracy for Sale?. Published by the Ad Hoc Working Group on the MAI in association with The Apex Press, an imprint of the Council on International and Public Affairs, Suite 3C, 777 United Nations Plaza, New York, NY 10017, ph/fx: 1 800 316 APEX, em: cipany@igc.org
    African Social Forum, January 2003 – ‘Addis Ababa Consensus : Another Africa Is Possible !!’.  Issued in Addis Ababa, dt January 9 2003, 4 pp.  Published in Jai Sen, Anita Anand, Arturo Escobar, and Peter Waterman, eds, 2004 – World Social Forum : Challenging Empires.  New Delhi : Viveka
    Agrawal, A and K Sivaramkrishnan, 2000 – ‘Introduction : Agrarian Environments’, in Agrarian Environments : Resources Representation and Rule in India. Durham : Duke University Press
    Aguiton, Christophe, 2001 – Le Monde nous appartient [‘The World Belongs to Us’, in French].  Paris : Plon
    Aguiton, Christophe, nd – ‘An Activist’s Guide to the G8’.  Translated by Barbara and David Forbes, 10 pp
    Ahmad, Aijaz, March 2001 – ‘Globalization and Culture’, People’s Convention Against Globalization, March 21-23 2001. Part of paper published in Frontline, October 13 2000
    ALAI – Agencia Latinoamericana de Informacion (Ecuador), Amigos de la Tierra (El Salvador), Arab NGO Network for Development (Lebanon), and others, January 2003 – ‘World Call of the Social Movements, Porto Alegre, Brazil – January 27th, 2003’.  2 pp + 6 pp signatories.  http://www.movsoc.org/htm/call_2003_english.htm
    Albert, Michael, 2002 – Trajectory of Change. Boston
    Albert, Michael, February 2003 – ‘WSF : Where to Now?’. Available from http://www.zmag.org/content/print_article.cfm?itemID=2956&SectionID=41. Republished in edited form as The World Social Forum : Where To Now ?’ in Sen, Jai, Anita Anand, Arturo Escobar, and Peter Waterman, eds, 2004 – World Social Forum : Challenging Empires.  New Delhi : Viveka
    Alexander, Peter, 2001 – ‘Globalisation, Inequality and Labour’s Response: A View From Africa, and Some Thoughts for Further Research’, In 7th International Conference on Alternative Futures and Popular Protest, Edited by Colin Barker and Mike Tyldesley, Volume I
    Ali, Tariq and Susan Watkins, 1998 – 1968 : Marching in the Streets. New York : Free Press
    Alianza Chilena Por un Comercio Justo y Responsable, 2001 – Globalizacion, ALCAY Democracia, De Las Cumbres De Santiago De Chile a Las Cumbres De Quebec, Canada [‘Globalisation, FTAA and Democracy: From the Summits of Santiago, Chile to the Summits of Quebec, Canada’]; in French
    Alker, Hayward R and Peter M Haas, 1993 – ‘The Rise of Global Ecopolitics’, in Global Accord, edited by Nazli Choucri. Cambridge, Mass, and London : The MIT Press, pp 133-172
    All India Democratic Women’s Association, 1995 – Perspectives Interventions and Struggles (1998-2001). Published by AIDWA, 121 VBP House, Rafi Marg, New Delhi 110 001, ph: 91 11 2371 0476
    All India People’s Science Network, November 2002 – Globalisation and the Indian People, Globalisation : What does it Mean ?  Published by Prajashakti Book House, H. No 1-1-187/1/2 Vivek Nagar Chikkadpally, Hyderabad, India 500 020, ph: 91-40/2766 0013, 2763 5136, em: phh@prajashakti.com
    Alternatives Sud, 2001 – A La Recherche D’Alternatives, Un Autre Monde Est-Il Possible? [‘Research towards Alternatives : Is Another World Possible ?’; in French], Volume VIII (2001), Number 2. Published by Centre Tricontinental, Louvain-la-Neuve, Belgium
    Alternatives Sud, 2001 – Socialisme Et Marché : Chine, Vietnam, Cuba [‘Socialism and The Market : China, Vietnam, Cuba’, in French]. Published by Centre Tricontinental, Louvain-la-Neuve, Belgium
    Alternatives Sud, February 2001 – L’Eau, Patrimonie Commun De L’Humanité, Vol VIII (2001), Number 4. Published by Centre Tricontinental, Louvain-la-Neuve, Belgium
    Alternatives Sud, 2002 – Le Pouvoir Des Transnationales, Le Point de Vue du Sud [‘The Power of the Transnationals, the Point of View of the South’; in French]. Vol IX (2002), Number 1. Published by Centre Tricontinental, Louvain-la-Neuve, Belgium
    Alvarez, Sonia E, 1998 – ‘Latin American Feminisms ‘Go Global’’, Trends of the 1990s and Challenges for the New Millennium, in Cultures of Politics/Politics of Cultures, Re-visioning Latin American Social Movements, Edited by Evelina dagnino, Sonia E Alvarez and Arturo Escobar, pp 293-324. Boulder Colorado : Westview
    Alvarez, Sonia E, Autumn 2000 – ‘Translating the Global : Effects of Transnational Organising on Local Feminist Discourses and Practices in Latin America,’ Meridians: feminism, race, transnationalism, vol 1, no 1, p 16
    Alvarez, Sonia E, 2000a – ‘A ‘Globalização’ dos Feminismos Latino-americanos : Tendências dos Anos 90 e Desafios para o Novo Milênio’ [‘The Globalisation of Latin American Feminism : Trends of the 90s and Challenges for the New Millenium’, in Portuguese], in Sonia E Alvarez, Evelina Dagnino, and Arturo Escobar, eds, 2000 – Cultura e Política nos Movimentos Sociais Latino-americanos : Novas Leituras [English title : ‘Cultures of Politics/Politics of Culture : Revisioning Latin American Social Movements’], pp 383-426.  Belo Horizonte : Universidade Federal de Minas Gerais
    Alvarez, Sonia E, 2000b – ‘Translating the Global : Effects of Transnational Organizing on Latin American Feminist Discourses and Practices’, in Meridians : A Journal of Feminisms, Race, Transnationalism, vol 1, no 1, pp 29-67
    Alvarez, Sonia and others, 2002 – ‘Encountering Latin American and Caribbean Feminisms’, in Signs, Volume 28, Number 2, pp 539-579
    Alvarez, Sonia E, Evelina Dagnino, and Arturo Escobar, eds, 1998 – Cultures of Politics, Politics of Cultures, Re-Visioning Latin American Social Movements.  Boulder, Colorado : Westview Press
    Ambrose, Soren, nd – ‘Reflections on the Victories in Seattle’, in 50 Years is Enough Network. Available from www.50years.org
    Amin, Samir, 1997 – Capitalism in the Age of Globalization, the Management of Contemporary Society. New Delhi : Madhyam Books in arrangement with Zed Books, London
    Amin, Samir, 2002 – ‘The Priority of Strengthening Social Movement on a Global Scale’, in From a Global Market Place to Political Space, Edited by Leena Rikkilä and Katarina Sehm Patomäki. Helsinki : Networking Institute for Global Democracy
    Amin, S, G Arrighi, A G Frank, and others, 1990 – Transforming the Revolution: Social Movement and the World System. New York : Monthly Review Press
    Amin, Samir (Third World Forum), interviewed by V Sridhar, January 2003 – ‘For struggles, global and national’, in Frontline, volume 20 issue 2, http://www.flonnet.com/fl2002/stories/20030131008201200.htm.  Republished in Sen, Jai, Anita Anand, Arturo Escobar, and Peter Waterman, eds, 2004 – World Social Forum : Challenging Empires.  New Delhi : Viveka
    Amin, Samir and François Houtart, eds, 2002 – Mondialisation de resistances : L’etat des lutes 2002. [‘The Globalisation of Resistance : The State of the Struggles 2002’, in French]. Paris : L’Harmattan / Forum Mondial des Alternatives. 386 pp
    Ampo, 1996 – ‘Second Declaration of Reality for Humanity and Against Neo Liberalism’, in AMPO: Japan Asia Quarterly Review, Translated by Sugihara Megumi, pp 48-49
    Anand, Nikhil, 2004 – ‘Bound to Mobility ?  Identity and Purpose at the World Social Forum’, in Sen, Jai, Anita Anand, Arturo Escobar, and Peter Waterman, eds, 2004 – World Social Forum : Challenging Empires.  New Delhi : Viveka.  Revised version of paper for Seminar on ‘Environment and Development : Dilemmas of Power and Place’, Yale University, May 2003
    ANC discussion document, August 2002 – ‘The Balance of Forces’, cited in Mail and Guardian, dt August 16 2002
    Ancelovici, Marcos – ‘Organizing Against Globalisation’, The Case of ATTAC in France, in Politics and Society
    Anderson, Benedict, 1983 – Imagined Communities : Reflections on the Origin and Spread of Nationalism.  London : Verso
    Anderson, George, 1996 [July 1996] – A Vision of Hope, The Fifth Anniversary of the United Nations, 2 pp. Available from The Regency Corporation Ltd, Gordon House, 6 Lissender Gardens, London NW5 1LX, UK, ph: 44(171) 284 4858, fx: 44 (171) 267 5505
    Andhra Pradesh Vyavasaya Vruthidarula Union, National Alliance of People’s Movements, National Agricultural Worker’s Forum – India, and others, nd, c.January 2003 – ‘People’s Movements – Evolving Our World : End Imperialist Globalisation, Fundamentalism and War’.  Statement of the People’s Movements Encounters at the Asian Social Forum, Hyderabad, India, January 2-7 2003.  4 pp.  Issued by P Chenniah, Coordinator, Andhra Pradesh Vyavasaya Vruthidarula Union and National Alliance of People’s Movements, at Chenniah@nettlinx.com or chennaiah@vsnl.com .  Also Published in Jai Sen, Anita Anand, Arturo Escobar, and Peter Waterman, eds – World Social Forum : Challenging Empires.  New Delhi : Viveka
    Angelis, M De, 1997 – ‘Second Encounter for Humanity and Against Neo-Liberalism’, in Capital and Class, Volume 65, pp 135-168
    Anheier, Helmut, Marlies Glasius, and Mary Kaldor, eds, 2001 – Global Civil Society Yearbook, 360 pp. Oxford : Oxford University Press
    An-Na’im, Abdullahi, 1994 – ‘What do we mean by universal ?’, in Index on Censorship 4/5, pp 120-128
    Anon, 1971 – Declaration of Barbados.  IWGIA Document No 1.  Copenhagen : IWGIA  (International  Work Group for Indigenous Affairs)
    Anon, May 1993 – ‘Declaration on the Rights of Asian Indigenous/Tribal Peoples’.  Chiangmai, Thailand.  Publisher not mentioned
    Anon, June 1993/1994 – ‘NGO Forum Final Report : All Human Rights for All’.  Recommendations adopted by the Forum of Non-Governmental Organizations at the World Conference for Human Rights, Vienna, June 10-25 1993.  Republished in Richard Reoch, ed, 1994 – Human Rights :The New Consensus, pp 230-251
    Anon, October 1993 – From Global Pillage to Global Village, A Perspective from Working People and People of Colour on the Unregulated Internationalization of the Economy and NAFTA
    Anon, 1995 – ‘Beijing Declaration of Indigenous Women’, in Third World Resurgence (Kuala Lumpur) No 61–62, pp 39-43
    Anon (Vijay Pratap), nd c.December 2001 (a) – ‘Some Basic Information About WSF’.  12 pp
    Anon (Vijay Pratap), nd c.December 2001 (b) – ‘K – World Social Forum Charter of Principles’, pp 4-5 in ‘Some Basic Information About WSF’
    Anon, August 2002 – ‘African Integration – The Role of Civil Society’, 6 pp
    Anon, January 2003  – ‘Statement of the Asian Social Mass & People’s Movements and Organisations’.  Issued at the Asian Social Forum, Hyderabad, India, January 11 2003, 2 pp.  Available at the WSF India website www.wsfindia.org.  Reprinted in Sen, Jai, Anita Anand, Arturo Escobar, and Peter Waterman, eds, 2004 – World Social Forum : Challenging Empires.  New Delhi : Viveka
    Anon, June 2003 – ‘Programme Statement for World Social Thematic Forum on Democracy, Human Rights, War and Drug Trafficking’, Cartagena De Indias, Colombia, June 2003. Available from http://www.fsmt.org.co/presentation.htm
    Anon, nd c.December 2001 – ‘Report on World Social Forum Meeting, Fireflies Ashram, Bangalore, December 15th and 16th, 2001’.  4 pp
    Anon, nd c.January 2002 – ‘Report of the Meeting 10 January 2002. Preparatory Meeting of World Social Forum 2002’.  8 pp.  Circulated by email on January 11 2002 by Sujata Thapa on behalf of Vijay Pratap
    Anon, nd, c.January 2002 – ‘Porto Alegre II – Call of Social Movements – Resistance to neoliberalism and militarism : for peace and social justice’.  3 pp
    Anon, nd – ‘Building Another World’, The WSF India Process: A Note for Discussion. Available from WSF India Mobilisation Committee C/O WSF India Secretariat, Working Women’s Hostel – Basement, G-Block, Saket New Delhi 110 017, India. em: wsfindia@vsnl.net
    Anon, nd – ‘Porto Alegre Call for Mobilisation’, About WSF 2001, in Porto Alegre, 5 pp
    Anon, nd – ‘Resistance to Neoliberalism and Militarism : For Peace and Social Justice’, Porto Alegre II Call for Social Movements, 3 pp
    Anon, nd – ‘The Beginnings of International Law’, in The Use and Abuse of International Law, Chapter 1, including Chapter III and V
    Anon, nd – ‘World Bank Policies Worsened African Situation’, in Third World Resurgence, Number 17
    Anon, nd – ‘World Social Forum 2004’. Available from WSF India, Bhupesh Gupta Bhawan, 3rd Floor, Leningrad Chowk, 85 Sayani Road, Prabhadevi, Mumbai 400 025, India.  ph: +91 22 2421 6249 / +91 22 2421 6251, fx: +912224216382, em: wsfindia@vsnl.net, web: www.wsfindia.org
    Anon, nd – Compilation of Newspaper Article on Globalisation and Related Issues, Compiled by The Washington Post
    Anon, nd – The Globalizing Economy : Positive Alternatives For Those Left Out. Proceedings from Philadelphia April 1993 gathering. Available from American Friends Service Committee, 1501 Cherry Street, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19102, USA
    Anyaoku, Emeka, May 1994 – The Commonwealth and the New Multilateralism, Public Lecture 4. London : The Centre for the Study of Global Governance, London School of Economic and Political Science, University of London
    Appadurai, Arjun, 1998 – Defying Conventional Wisdom: Political Movements and Popular Contention Against North American Free Trade. Toronto : University of Toronto Press
    Appadurai, Arjun, 2002 – ‘Deep Democracy : Urban Governmentality and the Horizon of Politics’, in Public Culture, Volume 14, pp 21-47
    Arquilla, John and David Ronfeldt, 2001 – Networks and Netwars. Santa Monica, CA : Rand Corporation
    Arrighi, G, T Hopkins, and I Wallerstein, 1984 – ‘Dilemmas of Anti-Systemic Movements’.  Binghamton, New York : Fernando Braudel Centre, State University of New York
    Arrighi, G, T K Hopkins, and I Wallerstein, 1989 – Antisystemic Movements. London : Verso
    Arruda, Marcos, September 1992 – ‘Transformacoes Globais e o Desafio do Construcao Democracia’ [‘Global Transformation and the Challenge of Democratic Construction’, in Portuguese].  Published by PACS, [Rua Joaquim Silva 56/8o – Centro, 20241-110 Rio de Janeiro, Brazil – old] Av Rio Branco 277 – Sala 1609, Centro, 20.004-009 Rio de Janeiro – RJ, Brazil; marruda@pacs.org.br
    Arruda, Marcos, June 1993 – ‘NGOs and the World Bank : Possibilities and Limits of Collaboration’. Text based on oral presentation to the Seminar “World Bank and NGOs : Operational and Policy Approaches for Collaboration”, Washington DC.  marruda@pacs.org.br
    Arruda, Marcos, September 1994 – ‘The New World Order : Crisis in Ethics and Rationality’.  Basis of presentation to the panel ‘Ethics in International Relations’, at the XV National Conference of the Brazilian Bar association, Foz do Iguacu, PR, Brazil, September 4-8 1994.  Translation from Portuguese by Peter Lenny.  Published by PACS, [Rua Joaquim Silva 56/8o – Centro, 20241-110 Rio de Janeiro, Brazil – old] Av Rio Branco 277 – Sala 1609, Centro, 20.004-009 Rio de Janeiro – RJ, Brazil; marruda@pacs.org.br
    Arruda, Marcos, June 1995 – ‘NGOs and the World Bank : Is it Possible to Collaborate Critically ?’. Published by PACS, [Rua Joaquim Silva 56/8o – Centro, 20241-110 Rio de Janeiro, Brazil – old] Av Rio Branco 277 – Sala 1609, Centro, 20.004-009 Rio de Janeiro – RJ, Brazil; marruda@pacs.org.br
    Arruda, Marcos, November 1995 – ‘Globalisation’s god is greater corporate gains’, in Irish Times dt November 27 1995. Available from TNI, Amsterdam, The Netherlands
    Ashman, Sam, 2003 – ‘The Anti-Capitalist Movement and the War’, in International Socialism, Number 98
    Aspects of India’s Economy, 2002 – ‘Behind the Invasion of Iraq’, in Aspects of India Economy, No. 33-34.  Published by Rajani X Desai for Research Unit for Political Economy, Ground Floor, Sidhwa Estate, NA Sawant Marg, Colaba, Mumbai 400 005, India.  ph: 91-22-2281 7547
    Assies, Willem, September 1996 – ‘Local Struggles and Global Problems, The Rubber Tappers’ Movement in Acre against the Greenhouse Effect’.  Paper presented at the Brazilian Studies Association Third Conference, King’s College, Cambridge, UK, September 7-10 1996
    Aufheben, Autumn 2001, issue no 10
    Sri Aurobindo, 1997 [1962] – ‘Internationalism’, Chapter 32 in his The Ideal of Human Unity, pp 525-530
    Sri Aurobindo, 1997 [1962] – The Human Cycle / The Ideal of Human Unity / War and Self-Destruction.  Pondicherry (India) : Sri Aurobindo Ashram
    Ayres, Jeffrey, 2001 – ‘Transnational Political Processes and Contention Against the Global Economy’, in Mobilization, Volume 6, Issue 1, Fall 107-124, pp 55-68
    Ayres, Jeffrey – ‘From National to Popular Sovereignty? The Evolving Globalisation of Protest Activity in Canada’, in International Journal of Canadian Studies , Fall 107-124
    Azadi Bachao Andolan, nd – ‘Clinton ! Vaapas Jaoo!’, Holi Ke Avsar Par Bahurashtriya Companiyaon Kaa Putla Jalayen Clinton Aur Unke Saath Company Adyakshon Ki Fauz Kaa Virodh Kyon ?’ [‘Clinton ! Go Back ! Burn Effigies of Corporate Imperialism on Holi to Protest against Clinton’s Visit ! Why Do Clinton and His Brigade of Corporate CEOs need to be Protested Against ?’, in Hindi], 2 pp. Available from ABA, GH 11A/167, Paschim Vihar, New Delhi, India. ph: 91 11 2567 2799

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    Bakshi, Rajni, 2003 – Let’s Make it Happen. A CED Backgrounder on Alternative Economics. Published by Centre for Education & Documentation, 3 Suleman Chambers, 4 Battery Street, Mumbai 400 001, India, em: cedbom@doccentre.org
    Bakunin, Michael, 1970 – ‘La Commune de Paris et la notion de l’état’ [‘The Paris Commune and the notion of the state’, in French], reprinted in Guérin, Ni Dieu, ni Maître (Not God, Not Master). New York
    Bandarage, Asoka, 1998 – Women, Population, and Global Crisis.  London : Zed Books
    Bandy, Joe, and Jackie Smith, eds, 2001 – Coalitions Across Borders, Negotiating Difference and Unity in Transnational Struggles Against Neo Liberalism. London : Rowman and Littlefield
    Bandyopadhyay, Jayanta, February 1995 – ‘Failed Environmentalism’, in Himal, January-February 1995, pp 44-45
    Bank Information Center, nd – Toolkits For Activists, A User’s Guide to The Multilateral Development Banks. Published by BIC 733, 15th Street NW, Suite 1126, Washington DC 20005, USA, ph: 1-202/737 7752, fx: 1-202/737 1155, em: info@bicusa.org, web: http://www.bicusa.org
    Bank Information Centre, ed, 1990/1991 – Funding Ecological and Social Destruction, The World Bank and International Monetary Fund.  Mapusa, Goa : The Other India Press.  First published in 1990 by the Bank Information Center, Washington DC
    Barabasi, Albert László, 2002 – Linked, The New Science of Networks. Cambridge : Perseus Publishing
    Baranyi, Stephen, September 1995 – The Challenge in Guatemala: Verifying Human Rights, Strengthening National Institution and Enhancing an Integrated UN Approach to Peace, Research Paper 1. London : The Centre for the Study of Global Governance, London School of Economics
    Barber, Benjamin R, 1995 – Jihad vs McWorld, Terrorism’s Challenge to Democracy. New York : Ballantine Books, web: www.ballantinebooks.com, ISBN 034 53 8304 4
    Barker, Colin, 2003 – ‘Some Preliminary Thoughts on Anti-War Movement’, in International Conference on Alternative Futures and Popular Protest, edited by Colin Barker and Mike Tyldesley, Volume 1
    Barron, Jennifer, September 2000 – ‘In the Name of Solidarity : The Politics of Representation and Articulation in Support of the Labrador Innu’, in Capitalism Nature Socialism, A Journal of Socialist Ecology, Volume 11(3), Issue 43, September 2000, pp 87-113
    Basu, Amrita, Autumn 2000 – ‘Globalisation of the Local / Localisation of the Global : Mapping Transnational Women’s Movements’, in Meridians : A Journal of Feminism, Race, Transnationalism, vol 1, no 1, pp 68-84
    Bayes, Jane H, and Rita Mae Kelly, 2001 – ‘Political Spaces, Gender, and NAFTA’, in Rita Mae Kelly et al, 2001 – Gender, Globalization and Democratization, pp 160-161. Lanham, MD : Rowman & Littlefield
    Beausang, Francesca, 2002 – ‘Democratising Global Governance : The Challenges of the World Social Forum’.  UNESCO Management of Social Transformations – MOST Discussion Paper No 59
    Beleoken, Elvire, 2002 – ‘Report: The African Social Forum: Bamako, Mali, 5-9 January 2002’, in Women’s Global Network for Reproductive Rights Newsletter, Number 25, pp 8-9
    Bell, B, 2002 – Social Movements and Economic Integration in the Americas. New York : Centre for Economic Justice
    Bell, David, Barbara Kennedy, eds, 2000 – The Cyber Cultures Reader. London : Routledge
    Bello, Walden (with Shea Cunningham and Bill Rau), 1994 – Dark Victory : The United States, Structural Adjustment, and Global Poverty.  London : Pluto Press, in association with the Institute for Food and Development Policy, Oakland, California, and the Transnational Institute, Amsterdam
    Bello, Walden and Nicola Bullard, March 2001 – ‘The Global Conjuncture: Characteristics and Challenges’. Available from National Convention Against Globalization, March 21-23 2001, New Delhi, India
    Bello, Walden F, 2001 – The Future in the Balance, Essays on Globalization and Resistance.  Oakland, CA : Food First Books
    Bello, Walden, August 2002 –Coming : A Rerun Of The 1930s?’  Talk delivered at meeting of International Council of the World Social Forum, Bangkok, August 13-15 2002.  Published in Jai Sen, Anita Anand, Arturo Escobar, and Peter Waterman, eds, 2004 – World Social Forum : Challenging Empires.  New Delhi : Viveka
    Bello, Walden, 2002 – De-Globalization, New Ideas for Running the World Economy. London : Zed
    Bello, Walden, nd – ‘Disciplining the Third World’, The Role of the World Bank in US Foreign Policy, in Third World Resurgence, Number 17
    Bendt, Heinz, 1996 – One World One Voice Solidarity, The International Trade Secretariats. Published by Division for International Development Cooperation, Asia-Pacific Department, Godesberger Allee 149, 53175 Bonn, Germany, ISBN 0 86077 561 8
    Benjamin, Craig and Rebecca Tiessen, 1993 – ‘Review Article: Indigenous Peoples in and Against the Global Economy’, in Labour Capital and Society, Volume 26, Number 2, pp 251-261
    Bennett, Lance W, forthcoming – ‘Consumerism and Global Citizenship : Life Style Politics, Logo, Campaigns, and International Regimes of Democratic Accountability’, in The Politics behind Products: Using the Market as a Site for Ethics and Action
    Bennholdt, Thomson and others, 2001 – There is an Alternative, Subsistence and WorldWide Resistance to Corporate Globalisation. London : Zed
    Berman, Paul, 1996 – A Tale of Two Utopias, The Political Journey of the Generation of 1968.  New York and London : W W Norton and Company
    Berthelot, Yves, 2001 – ‘The International Financial Architecture Plans for Reform’, in International Social Science Journal, Vol LIII, No 4, December 2001. Published by Blackwell Publishers Ltd for UNESCO
    Besave, Jorge and Others, 2002 – ‘Globalisation Y Alternatives Incluyentes Para El Siglo XXI’ [‘Globalisation and inclusive alternatives for the 21st Century’, in Spanish], 166 pp. Mexico DF : Facultad de Economia, UNAM
    Bhaduri, Amit and Deepak Nayyar, 1996 – The Intelligent Person’s Guide to Liberalization. New Delhi : Penguin
    Bharucha, Rustom, January 1994 – ‘Somebody’s ‘Other’, Disorientations in the Cultural Politics of Our Times’, in Economic and Political Weekly, January 15 1994, pp 105-110
    Bhatnagar, Bhuvan, May 1991 – ‘Non-governmental Organizations and World Bank-Supported Projects in Asia : Lessons Learned’.  Washington DC : The World Bank, Technical Department, Asia Region
    Bhushan, Prashant, March 2003 – ‘Bush Must Be Stopped Now Before It Is Too Late’.  Note circulated over email, dt March 15 2003
    Biblio: A Review of Books, 2002 – Cosmopolitanism and the Nation-State, Special Issue March-April, 58 pp
    Bide, Austin, April 1991 – The Influence of Science and Technology Versus Social Progress, Discussion Paper 1. London : The Centre for the Study of Global Governance, London School of Economics
    Bide, Austin, nd – Global Governance.  Published by The Centre for Global Governance London School of Economics, Houghton Street, London WC2A 2AE, UK, ph: 44-71 9557583, fx: 44-71 955 7591
    Biekart, Kees and Jelsma: Martin,  – Peasants Beyond Protest in Central America, Challenges for ASOCODE Strategies Towards Europe. Amsterdam : Transnational Institute
    Bigelow, Bill, Peterson, and Bob, 2002 – Rethinking Globalisation, Teaching for Justice in an Unjust World, 402 pp. Milwaukee : Rethinking Schools
    Bircham, Emma and John Charlton, 2001 – Anti-Capitalism : A Guide to the Movement, 401 pp. London : Bookmarks
    Bisch, Patrica Meyer, December 2001 – ‘Social Actors and Sovereignty in IGOs’, in International Social Science Journal, L III, Number 4. Published by Blackwell Publishers Ltd. for UNESCO
    Bleyer, Peter, 1992 – ‘Coalitions of Social Movements As Agencies for Social Change: the Action Canada Network’, in Organizing Dissent Contemporary Social Movement in Theory and Practice, Studies in the Politics of Counter Hegemony, pp 102-117. Ontario : Garamond Press
    Bloch, Ernst, 1995 – The Principle of Hope. Cambridge, Mass : MIT Press
    Bob, Clifford, 2002 – ‘Merchants of Morality’, Foreign Policy, pp 36-45
    Boff, Leonardo, 2000 – El Cuidado Esencial [‘The Essential Care’, in Spanish].  Madrid : Editorial Trotta
    Bond, Patrick, 1999 – ‘Global Economic Crisis : A View From South Africa’, in Journal of World Systems Research, Volume V, Issue 2, pp 413-455.  Available from http://csf.colorando.edu/jwsr
    Bond, Patrick, April 2000 – ‘Zimbabwe’s Crisis Showcases Reasons for Bank/IMF Protest’. Letter dated April 27 2000, 4 pp. Available from pbond@sn.apc.org
    Bond, P, October 2000 – ‘The African Grassroots and the Global Movement’. Available from ZNet, www.zmag.org/ZNETTOP noanimation.html
    Bond, P, 2001 – Against Global Apartheid: South Africa Meets the World Bank, IMF and International Finance. Lansdowne : University of Cape Town Press
    Bond, P, 2002 – Unsustainable South Africa Environment Development and Social Protest. Pietermaritzburg : University of Natal Press
    Bond, P, February 2003 – ‘Battle of the Trevors’, in The Sowetan (S.Africa)
    Bond, Patrick, 2003 – Against Global Apartheid.  London : Zed, and University of Cape Town Press
    Bond, Patrick, nd – Global and National Financial Reforms, Southern African Contributions to Global Civic Movement Debates. Published by Taegu Round Global Forum
    Both Ends, nd, c.1993 – ‘European Conference on Narmada and Multilateral Development Banks’.  Report of conference held in Amsterdam, April 3-4 1993, 22 pp + Annexures   /
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Raiz, Peru : http://www.iespana.es/movimiento-raiz/www.tni.org.tat

Reclaim the Streets : http://rts.gn.apc.org/diary.htm

Reinventing Social Emancipation : http://www.ces.fe.uc.pt/emancipa/en/index.html

Social Movements World Network : http://www.movsoc.org/htm/social_movements_meetings.htm

The Commoner : http://www.commoner.org.uk/

Voice of the Turtle : http://www.voiceoftheturtle.org/

Web Community of Social Movements / Comunidad Web de Movimientos Sociales :

http://movimientos.org/

World Social Forum : http://www.forumsocialmundial.org.br/home.asp

WSF International Committee Consultation : http://www.delibera.info/fsm2003ci/GB/

WSFitself : WSFitself@yahoogrupos.com.br

Zapatista index. : http://flag.blackened.net/revolt/zapatista.html

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