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Photograph: World Social Forum press

Welcome to the second day of SFM in Tunis. If Tuesday the weather was inclement, yesterday a warm sunshine greeted the thousands of people who crowd into the university campus on the hill of the city, the same place where was the SFM two years ago. If you can imagine a stake less numerous than last social forum edition, there is still a significant number of people and the atmosphere that reigns confirming the position for “no retreat” arrived after the massacre of the Bardo Museum by the social forum organizers and by all organizations and associations here in Tunis.

Today we continue with Water Grabbing trying to define an identification of a common international campaign of advocacy and support procuring new treaty towards a World Protocol for the right to water.

Fabio Laurenzi, Cospe President