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    Dignity has no nationality

    Welcome to the campaign Dignity has no nationality: An artistic response to a recent shift in world culture, Dignity has no nationality aims to change public perception on immigration and redress the assault to the citizenship rights of undocumented migrants throughout the globe. Intended to be a durational work, Dignity has no nationality is a letter-writing campaign created to collect Register to read more »

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    The Fahamu Refugee Programme

    Who we are The Fahamu Refugee Programme (FRP) was created to provide access to knowledge, nurture the growing refugee legal aid and advocacy movement in all countries, and encourage active sharing of information as well as expertise among legal practitioners throughout the world. It links refugee-assisting networks both on line and off line, that is, real Register to read more »

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    IF This University is Free

    IF is an experiment in alternative higher education where the courses are free, lecturers donate time and expertise, and the syllabus includes taking in the free events happening in the many cultural institutions of London. It is a community of those who want to teach and learn for the love of doing so. http://www.ifproject.co.uk

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    Autonome Schule Zürich

     http://www.bildung-fuer-alle.ch/ ” Education can never be neutral. Either it is an instrument for the liberation of man, or it is an instrument of its domestication, his training for the suppression. “- Paulo Freire We, the Autonomous School Zurich (ASZ) and the association “Education for All” (BFA), are a self-governing educational project, which is composed of Register to read more »

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    Art for Refugees in Transition

    Art for Refugees in Transition A.R.T. provides curriculum and training programs to engage both children and adults in refugee communities in visual, performing and creative arts drawn from their own cultures. These activities provide local and international relief institutions with tools to help refugee communities recover from the trauma, terror and dislocation of war. Mission Register to read more »

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    Refugee Protest Camp in Vienna

    Refugee Protest Camp in Vienna www.refugeecampvienna.noblogs.org/ A collective on refugee rights and solidarity from Vienna. International Statement of Solidarity December 29, 2012 All our support and solidarity to the protest of migrants and asylum seekers in Vienna! The protest camp set up by asylumseekers in Vienna has been brutally evicted last night. It is part Register to read more »

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    DYNDY

    DYNDY is an effort at building a Pattern Language for Alternative and Complementary Money Systemsto inform and empower grassroots communities withconcepts and tools to overcome scarcity, instruments and reflections for the Exodus from proprietary money. We are researchers and practitioners in the fields ofphilosophy of economics and technology, activists and hackers, developers and visionaries. We hope to share Register to read more »

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    The libbitcoin Community

    The libbitcoin Community libbitcoin is a community of developers building the open source library, tools and implementation necessary for a free, independent and vibrant Bitcoin. In this way we are helping to build a better future. libbitcoin believes in the revoltionary promise of Satoshi’s original protocol. The libbitcoin development project aims to create an extendable, scalable and Register to read more »

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    People’s United Nations

    The People’s United Nations (pUN) is an event and exhibition by Mexican artist Pedro Reyes. The event takes place November 23-24, 2013, and the exhibition runs from November 9, 2013-March 30, 2014. Pedro Reyes: The People’s United Nations (pUN) is a playful homage to the United Nations, inspired by the fact that the global body’s General Assembly met Register to read more »

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    Common Notions

    Common Notions is a publishing and programming project that aims to aid in a collective formulation of new directions for living autonomy in our everyday lives. As a publishing house, we seek to translate, produce, and circulate the tools of knowledge-production utilized in movement-building practices in an effort to generalize common notions about the creation of other worlds Register to read more »