Turbulence at the European Social Forum, Istanbul 1-4 July

Picture 9The 2010 European Social Forum (ESF) will take place in Istanbul, Turkey, from Thursday 1 – Sunday 4 July. We’ll be there with hundreds of copies of Issue 5 of the magazine. If you can help us hand out copies, or if you would like to get hold of one (or more) to take home with you, get in touch. We will be Tweeting live from the Forum using the hashtag #esf2010 and invite other Tweeters to use the same. (See also the #esf2010 Twitter feed below). Let us know if any of you hear of alternatives being used.

Check back in here closer to the event itself and we’ll have details about the events that we’re going to be participating in. We’re also pleased to announce that a Turkish translation of our editorial article, ‘Life in Limbo?‘, published in Issue 5 of Turbulence, will also be published soon. As ever, it will also be available online here.

For information about our activities at the US Social Forum (22-26 June), click here.

ESF Logistical Information

The international 2010 ESF website is: www.esf2010.org and a Turkish language site can be found at www.sosyalforum.org

The ESF process’ website is here, and it contains information about both previous European social fora, as well as the preparation of this year’s event.

According to the European Social Forum Facebook page, the proposed locations of the 2010 ESF are Santralistanbul (Bilgi University) and Sutluce Congress Center, which are around 3km from one another.

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