(PORTUGUESE) OS NÚMEROS DO DÉCIMO FORUM SOCIAL MUNDIAL – PORTO ALEGRE, 25-29 JAN 2010

COMMENTARY ARCHIVES, 2 Feb 2010

Cristiano – Brasil de Fato

35 mil pessoas participaram de 915 atividades como conferências, seminários e oficinas em sete cidades.
 
Cerca de 35 mil pessoas participaram da edição que comemorou os dez anos do Fórum Social Mundial na Grande Porto Alegre (RS). Os dados foram divulgados na última sexta-feira (29) durante uma mesa de avaliação na Assembleia Legislativa gaúcha.
 
Entre os dias 25 e 29 de janeiro foram realizadas 915 atividades como conferências, seminários e oficinas em sete cidades, reunindo participantes de 39 nacionalidades.
 
A seguir, confira os números do Fórum Social Mundial, 10 anos, Grande Porto Alegre, divulgados na última sexta-feira [29 Jan].
 
27.350 pessoas inscritas (Geral)
 
35.000 participantes nas atividades
 
915 atividades (Conferências, Seminários e Oficinas)
 
15,1% dos participantes estrangeiros
 
Total de 39 países presentes
 
59,3% de inscritos mulheres
 
40,7% de inscritos homens
 
34% com renda inferior a U$ 500
 
12% com renda acima de U$ 2.500
 
27 atividades culturais (shows, teatros, mostras, saraus)
 
112 músicos (nacionais e internacionais)
 
250 jornalistas credenciados – de 15 países

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