How to Turn Protest into Progress | DAVOS 2020

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Anti-government protests fuelled by anger about inequality, corruption and political repression are paralysing cities and nations. How can movements transition from protest to political change more effectively?

This session was developed in partnership with Tortoise Media.

Speakers: Speakers: Craig Francourt, James Harding, Alicia Bárcena Ibarra, Micah White, William F. Browder

The World Economic Forum is the International Organization for Public-Private Cooperation. The Forum engages the foremost political, business, cultural and other leaders of society to shape global, regional and industry agendas. We believe that progress happens by bringing together people from all walks of life who have the drive and the influence to make positive change.


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it might have been wise to take a careful cautions and transition approach that would have been a sustainable way to catalyze, rather than throw the apple cart over make a bunch of enemies and then sleep with a gun under your pillow every night and terror for the rest of your life. its not judgement its just a statement about the fact that there are some people it is wiser to approach with respect and understanding than, the potential of seizure of what they perceive to be their bread money. other than that, it was nice to meet many of you, and I am grateful for your aspirations and your human power to realize sustainable living for all of us. also thats true, it takes alot of guts to throw over the apple cart. so good luck in your pursuits to stay alive.

Author — Michael N/A

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occupy is an excuse for holding wall street to account, makes people think they are making a difference when infact it just was not orchestrated to hold power to account in any real way, go to your politicians, expect things from politicians, dont just walk around aimlessly in a street like everybody else shouting at the sky. spread the message to hold democracy to account is more accurate when people dont know who to look at for justice in this crumbling end capitalist dedemocratised stasis

Author — ethan watson