The author contends that the World Social Forum (WSF), the annual meeting held by members of the anti-globalization or alter-globalization movement, mobilizes the principles of prefigurative politics and subsidiarty to avoid the pitfalls of developmantism. He also argues that the principles of prefigurative politics and subsidiarity, in echoing the sentiments of movements led by indigenous activists, feminists and environmentalists, have facilitated the spread of the forum model across the world.
"Sociology, Human Rights, and the World Social Forum."
Societies Without Borders
Available at: https://scholarlycommons.law.case.edu/swb/vol3/iss1/4