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Every time you log onto Facebook, Instagram, or Twitter to share a photo or publish an article, you surrender a chunk of yourself in change for entertainment. In setting the theme and focus of debate for each Forum, the Human Rights Council underlines the importance of coordinated efforts at national, regional and international levels for the promotion of social cohesion primarily based on the ideas of social justice, equity and solidarity as well as of addressing the social dimension and challenges of the on-going globalization process.\n\nThe Social Forum is open to the participation of representatives of United Nations Member States and all other involved stakeholders including intergovernmental organizations, completely different parts of the United Nations system, representatives of the non-public sector, non-governmental organizations (NGOs) in consultative status with the Economic and Social Council, and representatives of other non-governmental organizations, whose aims and purposes are in conformity with the spirit, purposes and ideas of the Charter of the United Nations.\n\nThe Forum can be open to the participation of emerging actors, corresponding to: small groups and rural and urban associations from the North and the South; anti-poverty groups; peasants’ and farmers’ organizations and their national and international associations; voluntary service organizations; youth associations; grassroots organizations, trade unions and associations of employees, among others.\n\nThe forum was meant to serve as a new house in the United Nations system for the change of various views and issues across regions, professions and cultural backgrounds with a view to formulate new ideas and proposals for action to handle world human rights challenges.\n\nOf those businesses that started elsewhere and turned to the social network for added enhance, 46 per cent of SMBs on Facebook say they have been in a position to hire more workers as a result of development in demand since joining the platform and 61 per cent of SMBs on Facebook say they have increased sales because of the platform.