List of demonstrations against corporate globalization


List of demonstrations against corporate globalization

This article lists significant demonstrations against corporate globalization

*June 18, 1999 – Carnival against Capitalism worldwide, including London, England / Eugene, USA / Cologne, Germany, J18 or Global Action Day protests [http://www.nadir.org/nadir/initiativ/agp/free/global/j18.htm]
*November 30, 1999 – 100,000 protest in Seattle, against the WTO Third Ministerial conference

*January 27 2000 – Clashes in Davos, Switzerland, ahead of the World Economic Forum
*April 16, 2000 – Washington, DC, IMF
*May 1, 2000 – Global, May Day protests in London, Berlin, and other cities.
*July 29, 2000 – Philadelphia, Mass protests at Republican National Convention.
*August 11, 2000 – Clashes in Los Angeles, USA, during Democratic National Convention.
*September 11, 2000 – Melbourne, World Economic Forum main|s11
*September 26, 2000 – Protests in Prague, Czech Republic, against the World Bank/IMF
*November 20, 2000 – Montreal, Quebec, G20 meeting
*December 7, 2000 – Protests at EU Summit in Nice, France
*January 20, 2001 – Washington, DC, Mass protests against Bush's inauguration ceremony.
*January 27, 2001 – Clashes in Davos, Switzerland, at World Economic Forum
*April 20, 2001 – - Clashes in Quebec City, Canada, at the Summit of the Americas (FTAA).
*May 1, 2001 – Global, May Day protests in London, Berlin, Sydney, and other cities.
*June 15, 2001 – - Riots in Gothenburg, Sweden at EU Summit; three protestors shot by police, 600 arrests.
*June 25, 2001 – Protests in Barcelona, Spain during World Bank summit.
*July 1, 2001 – Salzburg, Austria World Economic Forum
*July 20, 2001 – 250,000 protest in Genoa, Italy against the G8 summit protestor Carlo Giuliani shot dead by police.
*September 29, 2001 – Washington, DC, Anti-capitalist anti-war protests

*February 1, 2002 – New York City, USA / Porto Alegre, Brazil World Economic Forum / World Social Forum
*March 15, 2002 – Barcelona, Spain EU Summit
*April 20, 2002 – Washington, DC (War on Terrorism)
*May 1, 2002 – Global, May Day protests
*June 24, 2002 – World Bank Oslo 2002 Protests
*June 26, 2002 – Calgary, Alberta, and Ottawa, Ontario, G8 summit at Kananaskis, Alberta J26 G8 Protests
*September 27, 2002 – Washington, DC, IMF/World Bank
*November 4 to November 10 – Florence, Italy, First European Social Forum

*Weekend of February 15, 2003, March, April – Global protests against Iraq war about 12 million antiwar protesters
*May 1, 2003 – Global May Day protests
*May 29 - June 3 2003 – Mass protests in Evian, Geneva , and Lausanne, Switzerland against the G8 summit.
*June 26, 2003 – Clashes in Thessalonika Greece, during EU Summit.
*July 28, 2003 – Montreal, Quebec
*September 14, 2003 – Cancún, Mexico – Fifth Ministerial of the WTO collapses [http://www.zmag.org/content/showarticle.cfm?SectionID=13&ItemID=4241]
*October, 2003 – regional WEF meeting in Dublin, "European Competitiveness Summit", cancelled [http://www.freewebs.com/o2o/]
*November, 2003 – Paris European Social Forum
*November 20, 2003 – Miami Mobilization against the Free Trade Area of the Americas FTAA
*April 29, 2004, Warsaw, Poland, European Economic Forum
*May 1, 2004 – Global May Day protests
*November 19, 2004 - November 23, 2004, Santiago, Chile, Protests against President Bush and the APEC summit. 50,000 protestors denounce the global 'dictatorship of the rich'.
*May 1, 2005 – Global May Day protests
*July 2 to July 8, 2005 – Mass protests in Edinburgh, Glasgow, Stirling, and Gleneagles, Scotland against the G8 Summit
*Dec 13 to Dec 18, 2005 – Protests in Hong Kong, China, World Trade Organization Sixth Ministerial Conference
*May 1, 2006 – Global May Day protests
*Nov 18, 2006 to Nov 19 2006 - G20 protests in Melbourne, Australia.
*March 9, 2007 - Clashes in Sao Paulo, Brazil as protests greet the start of President Bush's six-day tour of Latin America.
*March 12, 2007 - Anti-Bush protests in Bogotá, Colombia.
*March 14, 2007 - Clashes in Mexico City, the last stop on Bush's Latin America tour.
*May 1, 2007 – Global May Day protests
*May 29, 2007 - Clashes in Hamburg ahead of the G8 Summit in Heiligendamm.
*June 2, 2007 - 80,000 protest in Rostock ahead of the G8 Summit.
*September 8, 2007 - APEC Australia 2007 [http://stopbush2007.org/call-to-action]
*October 18, 2007 - IMF/World Bank annual meeting in Washington, D.C


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