Third World Forum

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Third World Forum (Forum Tiers Monde) is an international network of research centers. Third World Forum was established in 1975 and is based in Dakar. It was among the organizations that helped to set up the World Forum for Alternatives, created in Cairo in 1997.[1]Samir Amin is its co-founder and current director.

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Third World Forum is composed of a network of intellectuals throughout Africa, Asia and Latin America, seeking to promote debate on contemporary processes and patterns of development. To this end, it conducts critical research on global capitalism, geo-politics, North-South relations, national and regional security, ecological degradation and formulates policy recommendations on alternatives. Its analyses and proposals are produced through interaction with social movements and civil society actors, with which it maintains a close connection.[2]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "World Forum for Alternatives - WFA". Forum Mundial de Alternativas.
  2. ^ Carroll, William. 2015. "Modes of Cognitive Praxis in Transnational Alternative Policy Groups". Globalizations, 1-18. http://www.tandfonline.com/doi/full/10.1080/14747731.2014.1001231

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