Anonymous on Sat Apr 21 00:08:28 2001

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Accommodations aside, the topical themes of the two meetings sound similar:
"Sustaining Growth and Bridging the Divides," for the Davos meeting of top
business, political, and intellectual leaders; versus "Production of Wealth
and Social Reproduction" and "Access to Wealth and Sustainability" for the
activists in Brazil. But in the workshops, the differences reappear. Topping
the agenda at the Brazilian meeting will be "North-South Links in the
Struggle for Humanity and Against Neoliberalism." The discussion is
organized by the Canadian-based Center for World Indigenous Studies (CWIS)
and is primarily concerned, according to Rudolph Ryser, CWIS' president,
with linking indigenous people in the North, Central and South America in a
fight against globalization. 

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