networking against exclusion
Gerbrand 12/29/2004 - 15:55 Array Array
[image:189,right] After four years of struggle with the Dutch ministry of culture De Nieuwe Omroep – The New Broadcasting Network – has finally succeeded. The network has been granted to make 100 hours of television and 450 hours of radio in 2005 on one of the national channels. In the last few years it has been publishing refreshing video reports, articles and weblogs about human rights, environmental issues and global proportions. Focussed on solutions instead of problems, De Nieuwe Omroep strives for practical idealism. “There are so many great initiatives out there”.
sla 11/09/2004 - 23:32 Array Array
- How D-A-S-H europe is strengthening the networking of young people against right winged extremism and xenophobia -
The small room with all the computer is more then overcrowded. Over 50 young people are swarming on metal chairs, crouching on the floor or following the workshop from the neighboring directing room.
jaume 11/09/2004 - 03:44 Array Array
Invert and subvert information control
We are ctrl-i, a group of people with a clear intention: inform. This collective has been created from one of those many situations of labour precarity on which Barcelona's culture life is now-a-days based. Those situations where creation, treatment and transmission of information become a main source of production and power.(1)
fls 11/08/2004 - 20:09 Array
Young activists and community leaders produced "34 messages" during the Youth Organizing Institute held in Vukovar on October 8-14, 2004. The focus of this film-project was to find a creative use of technology to develop community building within the diverse group of students and faculty involved.
jaume 11/07/2004 - 22:33 Array Array
by John Grzinich
I don't believe much in a virtual world without a significant counterpart in the physical world, that is, the two "worlds" are less separate entities as they are two aspects of a unified whole. Until molecular switching nano-computers run on naturally regenerating biomass energy, we're going to have to face the dependency of cyberspace on the existing industrial age power grids. When the power goes out and the batteries run low it's not long before you are sharing stories and songs around the fire. Because of the aging soviet infrastructure, this happens often enough in rural Estonia to keep you grounded in the physical world, which brings me back to my original point.
jaume 11/07/2004 - 22:30 Array Array
context weblog [ http://straddle3.net/context/ ] is an online publication with
their motto is taked from seattle declaration, "active, informed citizen
jaume 11/07/2004 - 22:28 Array Array
The idea of Infoespai was born in order to have a sustainable base for the co-ordination of resources for social movements. This project aimed to become a venue where a desired society could be invented and reinvented on the way, offering real alternatives, experimented through independent and sustainable projects to create and share resources. The project started in March 2003. It was consolidated when the venue was inaugurated in November 2003.
jaume 11/05/2004 - 15:52 Array Array
A small dark techworkshop in the Raval, Barcelona's old town -- or: ...a human trusted network that owes very much to the model of free software communities, both for the software used, and for the internal organisation, based on spontaneity, curiosity and cooperation: http://riereta.net
- What riereta is not?
we say we are not a collective because we have all known the kind of organisation based purely around a few shared ideas or projects. we start from the concept that projects and shared ideas spring from the simple contact of humans being together. from life itself.
jaume 11/05/2004 - 15:42 Array
"MayDay! MayDay! We are the precariat. We are hireable on demand,
The multilingual DVD “Precarity” is part of an ongoing experiment of
jaume 11/05/2004 - 15:38 Array
To understand what the Cyber*Forat is, we have to explain a bit about the neighbourhood of Santa Catalina, located in the historical center of Barcelona, Spain. Unlike many other European cities, Barcelona’s downtown still has some poor neighborhoods, where lack of infrastructures and social services is counterbalanced by a special richness in characters and projects. Santa Catalina is one such part of the town, affected by a massive “renewal plan” by the city council, which is currently responsible for tearing down almost 70% of this medieval puzzle of small streets.
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