The India Institute for Critical Action, Centre in Movement CACIM

A Political Programme for the World Social Forum. Democracy, Substance and Debate in the Bamako Appeal and the Global Justice Movements: Jai Sen and Madhuresh Kumar with Patrick Bond and Peter Waterman, Indian Institute for Critical Action , Centre in Movement (CACIM), New Delhi, India & the University of KwaZulu-Natal Centre for Civil Society (CCS), Durban, South Africa, January 2007.

Programm Overview, May 2007;
WSF World Social Forum;
Contact: CACIM, A-3, Defence Colony, New Delhi 110 024,
Ph : +91 11 4155 1521 &  +91 11 2433 2451, E-mail.

CACIM (the India Institute for Critical Action – Centre in Movement) is an initiative towards cultivating and nurturing a culture of critical reflexivity and action in individual and public work. In principle we expect to work in many fields, but our focus at the moment is on activism, research, and publication in relation to social and political movement. We primarily work by building and maintaining real and virtual spaces for fundamental research and critical reflection, exploration, action, and creation in the field of movement : Books, seminars, workshops, websites, listserves, and newsbulletins and action alerts. Initiated in India in 2005, CACIM is transnational, intercultural, and interdisciplinary in vision and culture. (full long text).

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