01 - August - 2014 | The UBUNTU Forum Secretariat launches the document “Food crisis and global govenance” by Hernan Cortes. The paper is a new contribution of the UBUNTU Forum on central issues such as the speculation...
27 - January - 2014 | Two reports on global inequality made headlines recently, putting a spotlight on an oft-neglected topic. As the world's movers and shakers flock to Davos for the World Economic Forum, these reports describe two different situations, in essence "the best of times" and the "worst of times."
By Philippe Douste-Blazy, Huffingtonpost.
16 - December - 2013 | "World Protests 2006-2013"
10 - December - 2013 | In the Memorial Service devoted to Nelson Mandela at the Soweto Stadium, President Obama did made a reference to the Ubuntu concept and philosophy, of which Madiba was one of its highest exponents.
07 - October - 2013 | Innovative Financing for the Post-2015 Agenda: The implications of a Financial Transaction Tax
04 - July - 2013 | The Ubuntu Forum organized the presentation in Barcelona of the international campaign 'Tackle Tax Havens. Addressing tax havens', which took place on July 4 at Lemon Patio Barcelona
17 - June - 2013 | During last weeks the Financial Transaction Tax is being attacked by the financial sector. The media campaign and lobby that the 11 EU member states who compromised to implement the FTT in 2014 through the Enhanced Cooperation Procedure, are suffering, casts a doubt on their willingness to effectively implement it. In parallel, the issue of the use of funds is still on the table.
24 - April - 2013 | Beyond 2015: Dialogues on the future of Development Agenda Post-2015. Barcelona
20 - April - 2013 |
From 26 to 31 March, a new edition of the World Social Forum was held in Tunisia. The Campus of El-Manar University hosted thousands of activists, academics and representatives of social movements and civil society organizations around the world to discuss alternatives to the current economic and political system.
08 - April - 2013 | The International Consortium of Investigative Journalists, a global network of 160 journalists from 60 countries, has had access to a cache of more than 2 million files which open the secrets of more than 120,000 offshore companies and trusts –mainly located in the British Virgin Islands and the Cook Islands– covering nearly 30 years.