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The Inhabitants at the World Social Forum

The World Social Forum gets into full swing from Tuesday 26 to Saturday 30 March in Tunis. The World Assembly of Inhabitants is in the final stages of preparation as delegates arrive from around the world to participate in a packed programme.

The Program of the World Assembly of Inhabitants,Tunis 26 – 30 March 2013

Faculty of Science, behind the Administration Building, University Campus El Manar

26 March

Time: 1600 h-1900 h

Opening March Starting from January 14 Square.

The World Social Forum Opening March in solidarity with the Tunisian Revolution and global struggles for “Another Possible World”. The inhabitants will have a block of activists from many struggles in the world.

27 March

Time: 0900 h  – 1130 h

Cellule Doustourna Tunis-Médina 

The Truth is not always nice to see….the homeless are there

Room: SE5

Time: 1300 h – 1530 h

Towards a Pan-African Network of Inhabitants Organisations

Room: Salle de conference


28 March

Time: 0900 h – 1130 h

International Meeting of The Victims of Real Estate Markets

Room: Salle de conference


Time: 1130 h -1300 h

Meeting of the Steering Committee of the International Tribunal on Evictions

Room: Salle de conference

Time: 1300 h – 1530 h

Struggles against Evictions and Land Grabbing To Support Popular Sovereignty in Territories

Room: Salle de conference


Time: 1600 h- 1830 h

Leaving the Market to House one billion people with Dignity

Place: Salle de conference


29 March

Time: 0900 h – 1130 h

CONAM (Confederação Nacional das Associações de Moradores)

Universal access by law to goods and services on housing, sanitation, electricity and water

Room: P12

Time: 1600 - 1830

Assemblée Mondiale des Habitants / World Assembly of Inhabitants / Asamblea Mundial de los Habitantes


The Inhabitants will participate in the meetings of other networks engaged on habitat issues, Plateforme haïtienne de Plaidoyer pour un Développement Alternatif (PAPDA), the Women’s Assembly, Migrants, the Local Authorities, Via Campesina, and The Forum for New Global Governance.

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