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, peaches, rice and cassava grown on rural smallholdings. The shoe and leather industries are also important, especially in Novo Hamburgo, in the Metropolitan Region of Porto Alegre. In recent years, Porto Alegre hosted the World Social Forum, an initiative of several non-government organizations. The city became famous for being the first city that implemented participatory budgeting. WikiPedia:Porto Alegre commons:Porto Alegre


;Maniçoba" is one of the highlights of the local cuisine. Its preparation is time-consuming and its final appearance is quite surprising for those who have never tried it, due to the dark look of the cooked maniva (ground manioc leaves). But this first impression ends quickly, after you taste the dish with its seemingly awkward ingredients. Maniçoba is often served in ceramic dishes, and can be eaten with rice or with manioc flour and capsicum. World Social Forum The World Social Forum 2009 took place from January 27 to February 1 in Belém. Main sights WikiPedia:Belém Commons:Category:Belém


Administratively, the coast and the islands belong to Primorsky District (Primorsky District, Arkhangelsk Oblast) of Arkhangelsk Oblast.


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when the whole Senegal was a French territory (French West Africa). 2011 World Social Forum In 2011 the World Social Forum took place in Dakar, Senegal with 75,000 participants from 132 countries organizing around 1,200 activities. http: en Among the speakers was Canadian social activist and author Naomi Klein and Bolivian President Evo Morales, who firmly said in his talk, “We are going to go to the UN to declare that water is a basic public need that must not be managed by private interests, but should be for all people, including people of rural areas.” http: index.php?context va&aid 23241 The Forum was at first plagued with logistical problems, as a number of events had to be canceled at the last minute because of a lack of space, and a student strike against the policies of President Abdoulaye Wade in Diop University interrupted some scheduled plenaries. As one student put it to the WSF crowd, "We are the youth of the country, we do not have the resources to enter. This is a public university. You are the international community. You have means to pressure. Until there is a solution we will continue to strike.” This meeting ended on a very happy note, however, as news of the 2010–2011 Middle East and North Africa protests kept pouring in, and in particular the overthrow of President Hosni Mubarak of Egypt. The DC-3 (Douglas DC-3) proved to be an invaluable asset for Aerolíneas Argentinas, as for many other airlines worldwide. It enabled the company to fly to domestic destinations that had hitherto been unreachable, and to keep flying the FAMA international network. As early as 1950 the Douglas DC-6 was incorporated into the fleet, and it was used to launch a once-a-week Buenos Aires–Rio de Janeiro–Natal (Natal, Rio Grande do Norte)–Dakar–Lisbon–Paris–Frankfurt service in late 1950. Commons:Category:Dakar Wikipedia:Dakar


was not an Indian citizen. Because his parents were not Kenyan citizens, he was not Kenyan. Thus, he had nowhere to go when his student visa expired because neither country would take him, so he overstayed his visa and was ordered to show cause why he should not be deported from the United States. 2007 World Social Forum The seventh World Social Forum was held in Nairobi, Kenya in January 2007. There were 66,000 registered attendees, and 1,400 participating organizations from 110

countries, making it the most globally representative WSF so far. Frank Joyce. article on Alternet. Retrieved 2007-02-16. It was criticized as being 'an NGO fair' Jens Glaschiøt happening ' http

: ?categoryID 266 In the Name of God ' and movements of the poor in Kenya and South Africa mounted vigorous protests against some of the NGOs that attended and, in their view, dominated the forum in the name of the African poor. Role of NGOs The WSF has, especially in recent years, been strongly criticised for replacing popular movements of the poor with NGOs (non-governmental organization). Mzonke Poni on the World Social


and sustainable development. A prominent example of this is the World Social Forum, which is a rival convention to the World Economic Forum held annually in January in Davos (Davos, Switzerland), Switzerland. The fifth World Social Forum in Porto Alegre, Brazil, in January 2005 was attended by representatives from more than 1,000 NGOs.


.jpg thumb left Sauvé (left) at a garden party for the Ceremonial Guard and Governor General's Foot Guards at Rideau Hall, 1985 2005 World Social Forum The fifth World Social Forum 2005 was held in Porto Alegre, Brazil between 26 January and 31 January. There were 155,000 registered participants at the Forum, with most coming from Brazil, Argentina, the United States, Uruguay, and France. A number of participants in the forum released the Porto Alegre Manifesto. Since Article 6 of the World Social Forum's Charter of Principles bars the event from attempting to represent all participants through formal statements, the Porto Alegre Manifesto was released on behalf of 19 activists. This 'Group of 19' includes Aminata Traoré, Adolfo Pérez Esquivel, Eduardo Galeano, José Saramago, François Houtart, Boaventura de Sousa Santos, Armand Mattelart, Roberto Savio, Riccardo Petrella, Ignacio Ramonet, Bernard Cassen, Samir Amin, Atilio Boron, Samuel Ruiz Garcia, Tariq Ali, Frei Betto, Emir Sader, Walden Bello, and Immanuel Wallerstein. http: twiki tiki-read_article.php?articleId 276 Geographic distribution Lithuanian is spoken mainly in Lithuania. It is also spoken by ethnic Lithuanians living in today's Belarus, Latvia, Poland, and the Kaliningrad Oblast of Russia, as well by sizable emigrant communities in Argentina, Australia, Brazil, Canada, Denmark, Estonia, France, Germany, Iceland, Ireland, Norway, Russia, Sweden, the United Kingdom, the United States, Uruguay, and Spain. Asunción Treaty (Treaty of Asunción) International treaty signed between Argentina, Brazil, Uruguay and Paraguay, served as the basis for the establishment of the Mercosur trading block. - The cougar is also protected across much of the rest of its range. As of 1996, cougar hunting was prohibited in Argentina, Brazil, Bolivia, Chile, Colombia, Costa Rica, French Guiana, Guatemala, Honduras, Nicaragua, Panama, Paraguay, Suriname, Venezuela, and Uruguay. The cat had no reported legal protection in Ecuador, El Salvador, and Guyana. Regulated cougar hunting is still common in the United States and Canada, although they are protected from all hunting in the Yukon; it is permitted in every U.S. state from the Rocky Mountains to the Pacific Ocean, with the exception of California. Texas is the only state in the United States with a viable population of cougars that does not protect, in some way, its cougar population. In Texas, cougars are listed as nuisance wildlife and any person holding a hunting or a trapping permit can kill a cougar regardless of the season, number killed, sex or age of the animal. TPWD: Mountain Lions. (July 16, 2007). Retrieved on September 15, 2011. Killed animals are not required to be reported to Texas Parks and Wildlife Department. Conservation work in Texas is the effort of a non profit organization, Balanced Ecology Inc (BEI), as part of their Texas Mountain Lion Conservation Project. Cougars are generally hunted with packs of dogs (Hunting dog), until the animal is 'treed'. When the hunter arrives on the scene, he shoots the cat from the tree at close range. The cougar cannot be legally killed in California except under very specific circumstances, such as when an individual is declared a public safety threat. However statistics from the Department of Fish and Game (California Department of Fish and Game) indicate that cougar killings in California have been on the rise since 1970s with an average of over 112 cats killed per year from 2000 to 2006 compared to six per year in the 1970s. The Bay Area Puma Project aims to obtain information on cougar populations in the San Francisco Bay area and the animals' interactions with habitat, prey, humans, and residential communities.


World Social Forum The sixth World Social Forum was "polycentric", held in January 2006 in Caracas (Venezuela) and Bamako (Mali), and in March 2006, in Karachi (Pakistan). The Forum in Pakistan was delayed to March because of the Kashmir earthquake that had recently occurred in the area. http: The Sahel covers most parts of the territory of (from west to east) Senegal, southern Mauritania, Mali, Burkina Faso, southern Algeria, Niger, northern Nigeria, Chad, northern Cameroon, Sudan (including Darfur and the southern part of Sudan), and Eritrea. thumb 250px Camels trample the soil in the semiarid Sahel as they move to water holes such as this one in Chad (File:Camels in Chad.gif). thumb 250px The lush green of the rainy season Sahelian forest, along the Bamako (File:Sahel forest near Kayes Mali.jpg)- Kayes Road in Mali. The trees in foreground are Acacia. Note the large Baobab tree. thumb 250px Sahel people with livestock and azawakh (File:Azawakh 52 jd.jpg) dogs Commons:Category:Mali WikiPedia:Mali Dmoz:Regional Africa Mali

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