networking against exclusion
Best_Practice 05/20/2004 - 16:48 Array
The HackLab concept has started to take off throughout Europe as a way of sharing knowledge and experimentation with media and technologies. As Free Software has become an organised movement, HackMeetings - gatherings of digital communities and countercultures - have happened with increasing regularity.
Best_Practice 05/20/2004 - 15:46 Array
Escanda - whose name stands for 'Espacio Social Colectivo para la Autogestion, la Diversidad y la Autonomia' (Collective Social Space for Self-Organisation, Diversity and Autonomy) is situated in a small mountain town above the run- down village of Pola de Lena, some 20 kilometres south of Oviedo in northern Spain.
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For the first time football supporters organizations from seven different European countries will collaborate during the EURO 2004 football championship. The network Football Supporters International (FSI) in cooperation with FARE (Football against Racism in Europe) is organizing a fan support for football supporters from seven participating countries.
Best_Practice 05/08/2004 - 11:06 Array
»Internet for everyone« – There is probably no other political demand which would find as many supporters as the slogan with which German Chancellor Gerhard Schröder in Autumn 1999 announced the introduction of measures to »overcome the digital divide in society«. On September 20th, 2001 in Berlin, representatives of the economy and the government, of universities and charitable institutions met to take stock of the situation at a congress called »Equal Opportunities on the Net«.
Best_Practice 05/08/2004 - 11:01 Array
Youth groups from Brandenburg have met to take stock of the current situation after ten years of racist violence and one year of "civil courage".
The fates of Amadeu Antonio, Noël Martin, and Omar Ben Noui have given a special ring to the names of towns such as Youth groups from Brandenburg have met to take stock of the current situation after ten years of racist violence and one year of "civil courage".
Best_Practice 05/08/2004 - 10:59 Array
This is about an open-ended project of video documentation about the self organizedproccesses to fight for the rights of “sin papeles” migrants in Spain. When the new Law of Extranjería started working, 23th of January 2001, a group of people with and without papers initiated a Encierro in Vallekas, South of Madrid, with two objectives:
Best_Practice 05/08/2004 - 10:52 Array
In the hang over of the racist attacks against the migrant "jornaleros" in El Ejido, so much information, images and documentation was available in the media, both mainstream and alternative, that you would hardly think the people directly affected, the migrants having been attacked would still be missing some kind of media coverage.
Best_Practice 05/08/2004 - 10:50 Array
Most people have approached Mundos Soñados as a glossy tourist magazine to be found anywhere: airports, malls, social centres, to find after a little while that it's not a common magazine: those "guardia civil" shadows in the front page, the warship in the skyline, the "botijo" under the palm tree... The rest of the magazine goes along the same lines, flashy images of happiness and enjoyment. There's not a single image that does not come from tourist magazines, except for the "guardias civiles" of course.
Best_Practice 05/08/2004 - 10:44 Array
Inforiot is a website that provides 'alternative dates and news from Brandenburg' that's what their slogan is promising. On december 3rd in 2001 this independent media project went online, not knowing how sucessfull their project will become. Being frustrated from constant neglection by the mainstream media, Inforiot started their own news.
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