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The World Social Forum will take place this year—in just a few days, from March 26 to 30—in Tunis, one of the main locations that gave birth to the "Arab Spring." This 13th World Social Forum will offer a wealth of opportunities for civil societies of the region to come together and meet with movements from the rest of the world to share their experiences, actions, and plans, and learn from one another, thus taking one more step in the constitution of a global community in its diversity and unity.