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TABLE OF CONTENTS

Acknowledgements

Contributors to the Reader

Section 1

Introductions

1.1 The Bamako Appeal Dialogue : An Introduction : Peter Waterman 1.2 Fragments of an Introduction : A Background to this Reader : Jai Sen, CACIM (New Delhi) 1.3 A Political Programme for the WSF ? : Patrick Bond, CCS (Centre for Civil Society, Durban)

Section 2

The Communist Manifesto

2.1 Communist Manifesto : Karl Marx and Friedrich Engels, 1848

Section 3

Bandung

3.1 Final Communiqué of the Asian-African Conference : Asian-African? Conference, April 24 1955 3.2 Outcomes of the Asian-African Summit : Asian-African? Summit, April 1955 3.3 Speech to Bandung Conference Political Committee, 1955 : Jawaharlal Nehru, nd [1955]

Section 4

The World Social Forum

4.1 World Social Forum Charter of Principles : World Social Forum Organising Committee and World Social Forum International Council, June 2001 4.2 Today’s Bandung : Michael Hardt, March-April? 2002

Section 5

Porto Alegre Manifesto

5.1 Porto Alegre Manifesto : Group of Nineteen, February 20 2005 5.2 Discussing the Porto Alegre Manifesto : Patrick Bond, February 22 2005

Section 6

The Bamako Appeal

6.1 The Bamako Appeal : Forum pour un Autre Mali, Forum Mondial des Alternatives (France), Forum du Tiers Monde (Sénégal), ENDA (Sénégal) and ors, February 2006 6.2 Signatories to The Bamako Appeal : François Houtart, WFA (World Forum for Alternatives), April 2006 6.3 Answers to Bamako Appeal : François Houtart, April 13 2006 6.4 Bamako Appeal promotes struggle against market-driven society, Bamako, Mali : John Catalinotto, January 27 2006 6.5 World Social Forum puts Africa up front / Round tables issue Bamako Appeal / Appel de Bamako : John Catalinotto, February 2006 6.6 The World Social Forum lands in Africa : Geoffrey Pleyers, September 2006 –’

Section 7

Reactions to the Bamako Appeal

7.1 The Bamako Appeal and The Zapatista 6th Declaration : Between Creating New Worlds and Reorganizing the Existing One : Kolya Abramsky, May 2006 7.2 Some Comments on the Bamako Appeal : Michael Albert, May 4 2006 7.3 Does Bamako Appeal ? The World Social Forum Versus the Life Strategies of the Subaltern : Franco Barchiesi, Heinrich Bohmke, Prishani Naidoo, and Ahmed Veriava, July 22-23 2006 7.4 Politics of the WSF: A debate in Durban, Centre for Civil Society Workshop on the World Social Forum, July 2006 7.5 Appraising the Bamako Appeal : A Contribution to the Debate : Peter Custers, June 15 2006 7.6 Some Questions Directed to the Authors of the Bamako Appeal : Dorothea Haerlin, April 28 2006 7.7 Comments on Bamako Appeal : Peter Marcuse, May 6 2006 7.8 A Critique of the Bamako Appeal : Steve Martinot, 2006 7.9 Letter to Organisers of Bamako Meeting : Antonio Martins, Chico Whitaker, and Sergio Haddad, March 16 2006 7.10 Some Comments on The Bamako Appeal : Francine Mestrum, February 20 2006 7.11 The World Social Forum and the Bamako Appeal : Yes, but no … : Francine Mestrum, June 10 2006 7.12 From the ‘Conference of the Peoples of Bandung’ to the Bamako Appeal : Geoffrey Pleyers, January 2007 – 7.13 Comments on the Bamako Appeal : Subir Sinha, April 25 2006 7.14 Bamako Appeal Spikes Controversy : Ruby van der Wekken, Peter Waterman, Francine Mestrum, Teivo Teivainen, Ruby van der Wekken, Ruth Reitan, Tord Bjork, Marko Ulvila, February 2006 7.15 The Bamako Appeal : A Post-Modern Janus ? : Peter Waterman, April 15 2006 7.16 Beyond Bamako : The Bamako Appeal and the Maturation of the World Social Forum : Peter Waterman, May-June? 2006