Suren Moodliar uses his interlude to argue that the World Social Forum remains an important and necessary political space some 17 years after its birth.
"...the WSF’s shortcomings are well known, but susceptible to strategic reform. It remains a singular methodology and venue for disparate actors—whatever their national weaknesses—to come together, deliberate, and organize. Those who are denied economic and political capital are rich in moral capital. The forum may be that global majority’s alchemist, transforming their claims into strategy. "
We will be rolling out the individual "interludes" over the next few months.