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<ul><li><p>World Latin AmericanAgenda 2009</p><p>The Latin American bookmost widely distributed</p><p>inside and outside the Americas each year of its kind.A sign of continental and global commuion </p><p>among individual and communities excited by and commited to the Great Causes of the Patria Grande. </p><p>An annual that expresses the hope of the worlds poor from a Latin American perspective. </p><p>A manual for creating a different kind of globalization.A collection of the historical memories of militancy. </p><p>An anthology of solidarity and creativity.A pedagogical tool for popular education, </p><p>communication and social action. From the Great Homeland to the Greater Homeland. </p><p>Digital English-Spanish EditionPrintable by Digital Printing</p></li><li><p>2</p><p>Contina aumentando el nmero de concursos convocados: Este ao son once. Algunos son ya una verdadera tradicin, en campos como literatura militante, relaciones de gnero, ecologa, relec-tura bblica, teologa, compromiso jurdico en favor de los pobres... Estamos abiertos al patrocinio de otros concursos por parte de otras entidades convocantes.</p><p>El Archivo telemtico de la Agenda Latinoamericana: comenzado hace tres aos, ampla ahora su alcance a un nuevo idioma: portugus, que se suma al cataln y castellano. Contina en lnea, plenamente activo ofreciendo los materiales que la Agenda ha producido en sus diecisiete aos de existencia. Los animadores de comunidades, maestros, profesores, agentes de pastoral... que deseen preparar una actividad de formacin, una reflexin, un debate con su grupo o comunidad, podrn echar mano de los materiales, buscndolos por tema, ttulo, autor, ao de edicin... Vea la pgina 231. </p><p>El prximo ao enfocaremos la temtica de la Agenda desde la perspectiva de la Ecologa: no slo la ecologa del cuidado, sino la ecologa profunda, y de la ecologa urgente; de ah la formulacin del lema: Salvemos el Planeta!, no slo frente a la catstrofe, sino frente a su actual alienacin. </p><p>Our Cover: Towards a New Socialism. Utopia continuesof Maximino Cerezo Barredo</p><p>Hace siglos que la Humanidad viene forjando mediaciones para realizar la poltica, conflictivamente, tanteando, en experiencias histricas, contradictorias, y a veces hasta inhumanas. </p><p>En esta Agenda de 2009 queremos avanzar, con coraje de aven-tura, preguntndonos sobre la mediacin sistmica para una poltica verdaderamente humana y mundial...</p><p>La Utopa est en construccin, somos obreros de la Utopa. </p><p>This year we remind you...</p></li><li><p>3</p><p>Name: .................................................................................................... Address: ................................................................................................. ............................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................ City: ....................................................................................................... Country: ................................................................................................. home: ................................................................................................. work: .................................................................................................. cell: .................................................................................................... Pager: ..................................................................................................... E-mail: ............................................................................ Blood type:...... In case of emergency, please contact: ....................................................... .............................................................................................................. .............................................................................................................. </p><p>PERSONAL DATA</p><p>http://latinoamericana.orghttp://agenda.latinoamericana.org</p><p>The portal of the Agenda is its complement on the internet. Go there to know more about Agenda, apart from the paper publication that takes place once a year. You can find information there about writing contests, the publication of the results, and all developments concerning them. </p><p>Using the entrance of the telematic archive of the Agenda (cfr. p. 231), you can also read or copy the texts of the Agenda, both of the current year (after February) and of prior years. </p><p>Additionally, if you want to be advised of new additions (new material, activist campaigns, important new bibliographic information) that we are able to make available in the page of the Agenda, subscribe (without cost) to Novedades Koinona that, in brief weekly or biweekly emails, will communicate this new information to you (without sending attachments, but providing you with the direct link).</p><p>Subscribe at http://servicioskoinonia.org/informacion/index.php#novedades; you can also unsubscribe at any moment at this address. If you have any problems, you can contact the email address which appears in the portal. </p></li><li><p>4</p><p>CANAD-EUA (en ingls, edicin digital)http://latinoamericana.org/EnglishCANAD (en franais, edicin digital)CDHAL, Comit pour les Droits Humaines en Amrique </p><p>Latine, 211 rue Jarry Est / Montral H2P 1T6 / (514) 387 5550 / www.ccdhal.org / info@ccdhal.com</p><p>MXICO: Librera de las CEBs, Comunidades Eclesiales de Base / </p><p>Tenayuca 350, Col. Santa Cruz Atoyac / 03310 MXI-CO DF / (52)-55 56 88 63 36 / Fax: (52-55)-56 01 43 23 / ceb_libreria@prodigy.net.mx</p><p>MCCLP-APD /Guanajuato 51-C, Dpto. 301, Col. Roma / 06700 MXICO DF / -fax: (52)-55 564 98 85 / danrogu@prodigy.net.mx</p><p>GUATEMALA:Centro Claret / Apdo 29-H, Zona 11 / 01911-GUATE-</p><p>MALA / 502-2 478.65.08 y 78.49.66 / Fax: (502)-278.41.95 / cmf_peronia@hotmail.com</p><p>EL SALVADOR:CEIPES/FUNDAHMER 2243-2126 y 2257-7987, Ave-</p><p>nida Ro Amazonas, Colonia Jardines de Guadalupe # 4, Antiguo Cuscatln, La Libertad. ceipes@terra.com; ceipes1@gmail.com</p><p>Misioneros Claretianos, Pasaje Los Almendros # 19, Ar-menia, Sonsonate, 2452-1619; 2243-5743 y 2263-5460, teologiarmenia@navegante.com.sv</p><p>Tambin las libreras de la UCA de SAN SALVADOR.</p><p>HONDURAS:Guaymuras / Apdo 1843 / Fax: (504) 38 45 78 / </p><p>editorial@sigmanet.hn / TEGUCIGALPAFamilia Dominicana / Apdo. 2558 / (504) 550 62 65 </p><p>/ fradohon@yahoo.com / SAN PEDRO SULALibrera Caminante / 4 calle, 10 Ave, Barrio Guamilito / </p><p> (504) 557 5910 / libreriacaminante@sulanet.net / SAN PEDRO SULA</p><p>CUBA:Centro Ecumnico Martn Luther King / LA HABANA / </p><p> 537 260 39 40 / direccion@cmlk.co.cuREPBLICA DOMINICANAAmigo del Hogar / Apdo 1104 / SANTO DOMINGO / </p><p>(1-809) 542 75 94 / Fax: (1-809) 565 42 52 / amigo.hogar@codetel.net.do</p><p>PUERTO RICO:REDES, Redes de Esperanza y Solidaridad / Apdo 8698 / </p><p>CAGUAS / Tel-Fax: (1-787) 747 57 67 / PUERTO RICO 00726-8698 / redes@prmail.net </p><p>NICARAGUA:Fundacin Verapaz / Costado Norte de los Juzgados </p><p>/ Reparto Belmonte. Casa 54 / Apartado P-177 / MANAGUA / (505) 265 06 95 / revista_alternativas@hotmail.com</p><p>COSTA RICA:Centro Bblico Para que tengan vida / SAN JOS / </p><p> (506) 222 5057/ casadejercicios@gmail.com / </p><p> Jos Mara VIGIL y Pedro CASALDLIGAApdo 0823-03151 / Panama City / Republic of Panama agenda[at]latinoamericana.org + 507 - 264.18.11Diseo: Jos M Vigil, Diego Haristoy and Mary ZamoraPortada y dibujos: Maximino Cerezo Barredo Pginas: http://agenda.latinoamericana.org o http://latinoamericana.orghttp://servicioskoinonia.org/agenda</p><p>This list of publishersis available and always updated at:</p><p>http://latinoamericana.org/2009/editores</p><p>In other languages, the Latin American Agenda2009, in paper, is available at:</p><p>2009 Digital English - Spanish EditionISBN 978-9962-00-550-6</p><p>Freely available at: latinoamericana.org/English</p><p>This edition is printable on paper, through digital printing, at your lo-cal print shop. Just in case, please, request a original file with professional resolution. </p></li><li><p>PER:Red Educativa Solidaria / Calle Loa 160 / Ancn - LIMA </p><p>/ redperu2001@yahoo.es / lima4balarezo@yahoo.esBOLIVIA:Movimiento Franciscano de Justicia y Paz de Bolivia </p><p>/ Casilla 827 / COCHABAMBA / -Fax: (591) 4 425 1177 / oficinacentral@Movfra-JPIC-Bol.org / www.Movfra-JPIC-Bol.org</p><p>ARGENTINA:Centro Nueva Tierra / Piedras n 575 PB / 1070 BUENOS </p><p>AIRES / -Fax: (54) 1 342 08 69/ cnt@nuevatierra.org.ar</p><p>URUGUAY:OBSUR, Observatorio del Sur / Jos E. Rod 1727 / </p><p>Casilla 6394 / 11200-MONTEVIDEO / (598) 2 409 0806 / Fax: 402 0067 / obsur@adinet.com.uy</p><p>CHILE:ECCLA, Ediciones y Comunicaciones Claretianas / Zente-</p><p>no 764 / Casilla 2989 / SANTIAGO-21 / (56) 2 695 34 15 / Fax: 695 34 07 / eccla@eccla.cl</p><p>BRASIL (em portugus):Ligue ao 0800 7730 456 (gratuito) / http://latinoame-</p><p>ricana.org/Brasil / vendas@avemaria.com.brESPAA:24 comits de solidaridad, coordinados por: Comit </p><p>Oscar Romero / Paricio Frontin s/n / 50004-ZARA-GOZA / (34) 976 43 23 91 / Fax: (34) 976 392 677 / zaragoza@comitesromero.org / www.comitesrome-ro.org</p><p>CATALUA (en catal):Comissi Agenda Llatinoamericana / Santa Eugnia 17 / </p><p>17005-GIRONA / (34) 972 21 99 16 / llatinoamericana@solidaries.org / www.llatinoamericana.org</p><p>Comit Oscar Romero / Paseo Fabra i Puig 260, 2-2a / 08016 BARCELONA / (34) 933 498 803 / fax: (34) 933 405 834 / cor-bcn@teleline.es</p><p>ITALIA (en italiano): Rete Radi Resch / Cx. Postal 74 / 51039 QUARRATA </p><p>(Pistoia) / Italia / a.vermigli@rrrquarrata.itGruppo America Latina della Comunit di SantAngelo </p><p>/ SantAngelo Solidale Onlus / Via Marco dAgrate,11 20139 Milano - Italia / santangelosolidale@tiscali.it </p><p>SUIZA (varios idiomas):Librairie Latino-amricaine Nueva Utopa / Rue de la </p><p>Grand-Fontaine 38 / CH-1700 FRIBOURG / -Fax: (41-26) 322 64 61 / nueva.utopia@bluewin.ch</p><p>5</p><p>gonzalomateocmf@yahoo.es Guillermo Melndez / SAN JOS / (506) 254 53 74 / </p><p>gmomel@racsa.co.crPANAM:Directamente en: agenda@latinoamericana.org VENEZUELA:Misioneros Claretianos / CARACAS / (58) 212 </p><p>- 2380164 / latinoamericana.ve@gmail.com / marinopd@cantv.net</p><p>Accin Ecumnica 860 15 48 / Fax: 861 11 96 / eku@cantv.net</p><p>Carmelitas Vedrunas / 632 9451. Fax 63306/ amsariego@cantv.net</p><p>Distribuidora de Estudios C.A. 562 58 18 / Fax: 561 82 05 / estudios@etheron.net</p><p>FUNDALATIN / 953.5976 / Fax: 284.65.56 /fundalatin@cantv.net</p><p>Institucin Teresiana / 562 42 48 / Fax: 551 8571 / sedeitven@cantv.net</p><p>Ediciones El Pueblo / -Fax: 451 65 96 /edipueblo@cantv.net</p><p>Misioneras de la Inmaculada Concepcin / -Fax: 284 92 26 / micflorestaeconomia@cantv.net</p><p>Movimiento Juvenil ANCLA / -Fax: 322.75.68 /anclacmf@cantv.net</p><p>Fe y Alegra, Zona Central, Valencia / 0241-868.40.01 / fyazonacentral@cantv.net</p><p>Vicariato Apostlico de Tucupita / 0287-7212 244 Fax: 0287 - 7211 812 / vicartu@cantv.net</p><p>Hermanas del Angel de la Guarda / 551 16 61 / Fax: 551 14 77 / tgalende@hotmail.com</p><p>Misioneras Claretianas 238 03 02/misclar@cantv.netHH. Maristas / Tel.: 321 03 33 / landelino@gmail.comCOLOMBIA:Fundacin Editores Verbo Divino / BOGOT, D.C. / </p><p>directorfevd@etb.net.coLibrera: Avenida 28 N 37-45 (B La Soledad) / PBX: </p><p>268 66 64 Fax: 368 81 09 / fevdcol@etb.net.co / ventasoledad@feverbodivino.com / BOGOT, D.C.</p><p>Librera: Cra. 66 N 34-92, local 202 (B Conquis-tadores) / 265 62 48 / Telefax: 316 01 88 / libreriavdmed@une.net.co / MEDELLN.</p><p>ECUADOR:Librera Verbo Divino / Avda. Veintimilla 840 y Juan </p><p>Len Mera / QUITO / Tel. (593)-2-222.20.31 / Fax (593)-2- 252.77.80 / libreria@verbodivino-ecu.org</p><p>The contents of this Agenda are the property of the Latin American people, who give permis-sion to freely copy, cite, reproduce, and distribute them for non-commercial purposes.</p></li><li><p>6</p><p>Contents</p><p>EntranceHolistic Vision of the Agenda, Jos Mara VIGIL, Panama, Panama ................................................ 8Introduction, Pedro CASALDLIGA, So Flix do Araguaia, Mato Grosso, Brazil ...................................10Significant Anniversaries of 2009 ...........................................................................................12Prizes and Contests ...............................................................................................................14</p><p>I. SEEINGAnalysis: The Future of Socialism, Jos COMBLIN, Joo Pessoa PB, Brazil .......................................22An Analysis of the Current Situation of Utopian Socialism, Joo Pedro STDILE, So Paulo, Brazil ...26A Functional Utopia, Eduardo HOORNAERT, Lauro de Freitas BA, Brazil .........................................28</p><p>II. JUDGING / DREAMINGWhat is Socialism? ................................................................................................................30Rethinking Socialism in Light of New Practices, Ivone GEBARA, Camaragibe PE, Brazil ....................32Socialism or Socialisms?, Sergio FERRARI, Argentina - Switzerland .................................................34The Question of Property, Paul SINGER, So Paulo, Brazil .............................................................36Socialism and Liberty, Frei Betto, So Paulo, Brazil .....................................................................38A New State for a New Socialism?, Vnia BAMBIRRA, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil ....................................40Ecology and Socialism, Leonardo BOFF, Petrpolis, Brazil ..............................................................42Socialism and Christianity Need Feminism, Mara LPEZ VIGIL, Managua, Nicaragua .......................442009: United Nations International Year Celebrations ..............................................................46Towards an Alternative Socio-economic System, Jung Mo SUNG, So Paulo, Brazil ..........................66New Socialism: the Deepening of Democracy, Joan SUBIRATS, Barcelona, Spain .............................78Towards Quantum Socialism, Rolando ARAYA MONGE, San Jos, Costa Rica ..................................... 90The New Socialism and Religion, Joaqun GARCA ROCA, Valencia, Spain ...................................... 102Jesus and Socialism, Jon SOBRINO, San Salvador, El Salvador ..................................................... 116The New Agents of Socialization: the Social Movements, Jos CORONADO, movimientos.org ........... 128The Newness of New Socialism, Franois HOUTART, Belgium - Latin America ................................. 142</p></li><li><p>7</p><p>Hot points</p><p>Sustainable Degrowth, Joan SURROCA, Barcelona, Spain ........................................................... 154Chinese Socialism: Utopia and Reality, Wladimir POMAR, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil ........................... 166Common Goods, Patrimony of Humanity, Ricardo PETRELLA, Belgium - Italy ................................. 180Requiem for the Free Market: Towards a Post-Capitalist Utopia, Wim DIERCKXSENS, Costa Rica ..... 192</p><p>III. TAKING ACTIONWhat Socialism Do We Want? Notes for a Manifesto, Pablo GONZLEZ CASANOVA, DF, Mxico ......... 210We Make Socialism by Walking, Jos Ignacio GONZLEZ FAUS, Barcelona, Spain ............................ 212The Democratic Pathwa...</p></li></ul>