WCARRDWorld Conference on Agrarian Reform & Rural Development
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89) ANGOC has a formal board of directors and holds regular general assemblies, adhering to the structural requirements for legitimacy as set out by WCARRD.
Thus, ANGOC sets its cognitive borders against the WCARRD principles from which it derived and recognizes physical national and regional borders.
In the case of transnational activism, the space--whether implicitly or explicitly--is being marked: it may struggle for funding (as in the case of the PPSEAWA), and it may be strongly directed by external fora such as the WCARRD and UN, but regular meetings, reports, web sites, and "legitimating" structures such as a board of directors, also make the transnational a physically recognizable reality.