A Field Guide to Global Cooperation

Find resources for the globalism movement here

| November/December 2001

Upcoming events
A short calendar of upcoming global gatherings:

WTO Ministerial
In Doha, Qatar - November 9-13, 2001

Another World Is Possible
-Jay Walljasper

The Ultimate Peace Movement
-Jay Walljasper

A Field Guide to Global Cooperation


Jose Bove
-Florence Williams
Helena Norberg-Hodge
-Jay Walljasper
Vandana Shiva
-Andy Steiner
Naomi Klein
-Andy Steiner
Nisha Anand
-Andy Steiner
David Morris
-Jay Walljasper
Mark Ritchie
-Leif Utne
Eduardo Galeano
-Jay Walljasper

Discuss Globalization in the Terrorism forum in Café Utne's:cafe.utne.com

World Social Forum
In Porto Alegre, Brazil - Jan 31 - Feb 5, 2002
Forum Social Mundial
Annual civil society gathering in response to the World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland

World Summit on Sustainable Development (a.k.a. Rio 10)
In Johannesburg, South Africa, 2 - 11 September 2002.
Johannesburg Summit
Tenth anniversary of the 1992 U.N. Conference on Environment and Development, in Rio de Janeiro.

Organizations, Publications and Websites

Online journal based in San Francisco that aims to 'foster democratic control over corporations by building a diverse movement for human rights, labor rights, and environmental justice.'

Corporate Watch, UK
Radical research and publishing group, based in Oxford, UK. Web site contains book reviews, links to other online publications and organizations, as well as information about upcoming events. Publishes the bi-monthly newsletter Corporate Watch, downloadable in PDF format.

Council of Canadians
Led by well-known fair trade advocate Maude Barlowe, this Canadian citizens’ watchdog group 'challenges the corporate agenda and promotes development that addresses social as well as economic and environmental goals.'

Equal Exchange
This Massachusetts-based company is putting fair trade principles into practice, offering 'consumers fairly traded gourmet coffee direct from small-scale farmer co-ops in Latin America, Africa and Asia.'

Fair Trade Watch
Developed by the United Steelworkers of America; information about trade agreements and institutions like nafta and the World Trade Organization that affect labor policies.

Fifty Years Is Enough
Coalition of more than 200 U.S. grassroots organizations dedicated to transforming the World Bank and the International Monetary Fund.