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MGA on Networks, Open Spaces and the Social Forum Process


Reflecting on our practices and experiences in organizing the Boston Social Forum, participating in the World Social Forum, organizing grassroots coalitions on immigration, peace, civil liberties, and building the North American Alliance for Fair Employment, MGA and its staff have written several papers on how organizations work together to achieve the scale needed to meaningfully challenge exploitation and domination. These papers illustrate the theory underlying e5 as an open and collaborative space.