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PROVISIONAL RECORD FORUM FOR THE CROSS-EVALUATION OF PROPOSALS FOR A RESPONSIBLE, UNITED AND PLURAL WORLD




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INTRODUCTION

1. PARTICIPANTS

 

1.1 PROFILE OF THE PARTICIPANTS

 

1.2 COUNTRIES OF ORIGIN OF THE PEOPLE REGISTERED

 

1.3 CONTRIBUTIONS

 

 

1.3.1 Table of Contributions to each Text

 

1.4 E-MAILS RECEIVED

2. TEXTS

3. COSTS OF THE FORUM

4. WORK INVOLVED IN CREATING THE FORUM

   

1.2 COUNTRIES OF ORIGIN OF THE PEOPLE REGISTERED

Out of the 239 people registered in the Forum, 32 have not specified the country of origin. The remaining persons come from the following countries:

France, 43; Catalonia, 21; Brazil and Spain, 20 each; Argentina, 13; Belgium, 11; Colombia, 7; Peru, 5; Benin, Cameroon, Portugal, Togo and Venezuela, 4 each; Canada, Switzerland, Uruguay and USA, 3 each; Chile, Greece, India, Italy, Malaysia, Mali, Mexico and Senegal, 2 each; and one person from each of the following countries: Germany, Australia, Bolivia, Ivory Coast, Egypt, Georgia, Israel, Japan, PDR Laos, Macedonia, Morocco, Martinique, Mauritania, Moldova, New Zealand, Occitany, DR Congo, Serbia and Tanzania.

1.3 CONTRIBUTIONS

The 158 participants have evaluated 912 texts between them, have written 1,145 comments and 83 new articles-proposals. In total, they represent 14,893 contributions [1] to the Forum.

Out of these 912 text evaluations, 685 have been made through the website and 227 re-sent by e-mail to the administrative team of the Forum, which has included them in the website.

Only 6 persons have evaluated the 35 texts; one person, 34; and the remaining, between 1 and 28 texts.

1.3.1 Table of Contributions to each Text :

Publication
Date

Text

Evaluations

Articles

Comments

Contributions

25/10/2002

01 Scientists

49

4

56

795

31/10/2002

02 Women and Economy

53

6

48

955

08/11/2002

03 Interculturality

39

4

63

769

14/11/2002

04 Governance

46

5

61

986

21/11/2002

05 Inhabitants

36

3

50

737

28/11/2002

06 Social Money

34

1

25

536

05/12/2002

07 Life Privatisation

31

0

35

407

12/12/2002

08 Sustainable Development

41

3

49

708

19/12/2002

09 Fair Trade

39

6

37

550

09/01/2003

10 Ethical Consumption

33

2

50

448

16/01/2003

11 Production, Technology

26

1

31

266

23/01/2003

12 Economy of Solidarity

31

2

34

563

30/01/2003

13 Debt and Adjustment

23

3

31

425

06/02/2003

14 Companies and Solidarity

20

1

34

375

12/02/2003

15 Water

25

5

26

231

20/02/2003

16 Art

27

1

48

508

28/02/2003

17 Soils

23

0

18

409

06/03/2003

18 Nutrition

20

3

33

456

14/03/2003

19 Labour and Economic Activity

22

2

25

269

20/03/2003

20 Food Safety and Sovereignty and…

16

0

29

429

27/03/2003

21 Economic Policies, Ideologies and...

21

3

22

193

04/04/2003

22 Civil Society and GMOs

23

3

13

200

11/04/2003

23 Proposals on Industrial Ecology

15

1

32

348

24/04/2003

24 Fiscal Policy and Social Welfare

17

3

20

244

02/05/2003

25 Education

21

3

32

371

09/05/2003

26 Citizen Education

19

2

35

341

16/05/2003

27 Environmental Education and Sustainability

21

2

22

213

23/05/2003

28 Finance of Solidarity

13

1

13

274

30/05/2003

29 Sustainable Finance

14

2

16

158

05/06/2003

30 Territories

21

1

36

520

12/06/2003

31 State and Development

21

2

28

240

19/06/2003

32 European Continent

16

1

21

230

27/06/2003

33 Precarious Situations and Social Exclu…

14

2

24

180

03/07/2003

34 University

20

1

27

248

10/07/2003

35 Youths

22

4

21

311

 

1.4 E-MAILS RECEIVED

During these 9 months we have received 279 e-mails, of which we have answered 205.

Some messages dealt with consultations on the evaluation system; others of congratulation for the idea of evaluating the Alliance’s proposals, such as “Amigos e amigas da Aliança: Muito obrigado pelas preciosas informações que nos têm enviado. Grande abraço”; or “Estimados colegas de Alliance: Agradezco sigan enviándome estos materiales del Foro, a pesar de que no he aportado mucho al mismo, les doy utilidad para mis reflexiones laborales y personales.” There were some comments on the issue of the week such as education: “De toute évidence, l'éducation est le fondement même d'une vie sociale. Les êtres humains sont, dès leur naissance, guidés par des instincts - qui sont des instincts de survivance...”; water: “Dear colleagues, Without water there is no life. Today with water address not correctly, that can result in various sorts to diseases. The illnesses can be distributed both among the people, and among an animal and flora. It means accident. It will do to humanity very dearly…”; and also on art, food security, world governance, life privatisation and territory. Some critics on the text contents: “(SUR L’ÉDUCATION) Ce texte me semble présenter un problème dans son équilibre d'ensemble, ce qui en réduit la valeur et la portée comme base d'un dialogue constructif entre les divers partenaires intéressés par ces enjeux.” There were also comments on the lack of time to evaluate the proposals despite the interest that they awaken, e-mails announcing that the addressee is temporarily absent, etc.

[1] The contributions are the result of multiplying the number of evaluations made of a text by the number of articles on it plus the number of new articles proposed plus the number of comments made.

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