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· January, 2006

Stories about Mali from January, 2006

WSF Bamako – What it means for Africa

  27 January 2006

The World Social Forum (WSF) is a yearly gathering of civil society groups and social movements that meets every year in order to try to find solutions to fight against the continued domination of corporate capitalism. For the first time this year the WSF changed its format from one centralised...

Mali: WSF

27 January 2006

TerraViva has an interview with Malian author and social activist, Dr Aminata Dramane Traoré at the World Social Forum in Bamako, Mali……”the most important aim is to reach people where they are, in order to build a common agenda against neoliberalism. Bamako is the first step in the process to...

African Music Roundup

  17 January 2006

World Music. Lazy term. Music out of Africa is so rich it deserves it’s own full section in any major music store. but I could argue with the marketing department all day. My name is Obi and welcome to my first music blog roundup focusing on what’s buzzing on the...

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