“New Development Bank – Peoples Perspectives”, a day-long convention is planned in New Delhi on the 30th of March 2017. The convention would look at various trends in development finance, mechanisms to monitor trade and finance in BRICS, and what is at stake with the emergence of these new players.
What is the effect of changes in the working world through digitization and automation for workers’ rights and trade union representation? What does postindustrialism mean for us and catching up in the global South? How do we deal with new technologies to combat global warming? How do all these challenges change social relations and gender relations? How can the inequality between and in our countries be further deepened?
The 1.2 billion Africans, mostly women, youth, unemployed, self-employed, underemployed, the millions who live on less than 1 dollar a day, the small enterprises that drive local economies will not be invited to attend the highly secretive WEF on Africa. Please join us to plan a PEOPLE’S ECONOMIC FORUM for the rest of us who will not be attending the WEF on AFRICA.
We invite all likeminded groups from across India and BRICS countries to come, join us in Goa. We look forward to welcoming you in October.