The International Youth Camp at the People’s Summit calls movements, networks and organizations of the world to participate in the meeting that will happen at Rio de Janeiro, from April 13th to April 15th.
Report of the Brazilian Civil Society’s Facilitator Committee for Rio +20 about the People’s Summit’s program and the registration of activities, that will begin in the first week of April.
Why do we need a People’s Summit? “Because it’s the space where people can more freely and openly discuss and question the fundamental underpinnings of the global economic and political order; embrace new paradigms for “development” and sustainability”, Paul Quintos tells us.
Negotiations with Brazilian government to build the People’s Summit at Aterro do Flamengo has been happening for eight months now and the civil society engaged in the process is united.
Several organizations analyze the ‘zero draft’ for the United Nations Conference on Sustainable Development (Rio+20), the document that will build the basis for discussions and agreements during the event.