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Haug et al. 3 13–14 July 2002 2 Thessaloniki Coord. 5 29–30 September 2003 2 Bobigny Second ESF 12–15 November 2003 1½ Paris et al. 3 16–18 April 2004 1½ Istanbul Coord. 1 18–19 December 2004 2 Coord. 1 4–5 November 2006 6 Frankfurt Coord. 11 January 2007 – Brussels Coord. 6 7–8 June 2008 3½ Kiev EPG 12–13 July 2008 – Brussels Fifth ESF 17–21 September 2008 3 Malmö Sixth ESF 2010 (scheduled) Istanbul Number of participants1 242 (M) 30 (M) >200 (M) ~50 (P) ~150 (P) 60,000 272 (M) 213 (M) ~300 (P) ~300 (P) ~150 (P) 51,000 ~200 (P) 255 (M) ~250 (P) ~50 (P) ~200 (P) 223 (M) 20,000 ~200 (P) 33 (P) 305 (M) 176 (R) 467 (M) 215 (R) 130 (C) 65 (C) 35,000 ~130 (C) ~20 (P) ~25 (P) 178 (R) 164 (R) 197 (R) 31 (R) 176 (R) ~46 (R) ~150 (P) ~32 (P) 13,000 Sources: Minutes, reports, registration lists and authors’ participation.
Survey data and internal documents on the issue of institutional alliances are used as illustrations of the way in which the institutional Left interacts with the forum at the local, national, and supranational levels. The forum process emerges here also as a space where varying left-wing actors and conceptions of the Left meet each other, with some cooperation and much competition. Interactions within and without the ESF are, finally, addressed in Chapter 10, on ‘Protest and the forum’, where Marco Giugni, Alessandro Nai, and Herbert Reiter, look at repertoires of protest as part and parcel of the activists’ conception of democracy.
For well-known reasons, surveys focus on individuals: indeed, they are not the best way to analyse either concrete organizational praxis or organizational values (Dryzek 2004). Additionally, they have to be used with care (and possibly triangulated with other, more qualitative techniques), when we want to study values or motivations in-depth. In fact, the very instrument of the survey discourages the active participation of interviewee and interviewer, reducing creativity and flexibility in the search for homogeneity and standardization.