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2008/11/26 Mayo FM <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>

> Hello! Hola! Ciao!
> I hope you are fine. I send you the info of an event on social movements
> around the world, technology and network organizing to take place Friday 5th
> Dec at San Francisco. Looking forward seeing you there. Cheers! :-) Mayo
>  *Movement Organizing, Technology and Networked Politics:
> The Experience of the Social Forums
> *
> Friday 5th December 2008  - 6:30 pm - 8:30 pm
> The Mission Cultural Center Gallery
> 2868 Mission Street, between 24th and 25th
> Please join us for a comparative discussion of decentralized organizing and
> networking strategies at the World Social Forum, the Americas Social Forum,
> the European Social Forum, and the US Social Forum, with key organizers from
> each.  What are the successes, failures, and further potentials of the
> Social Forum network models and how do each of these Forums organize
> differently and how do they benefit from the internet?
> This is a discussion for individuals and collectives interested in the
> Social Forums and in global social movements more generally.  It precedes a
> weekend symposium on networked politics and technological tools at UC
> Berkeley, and is part of an ongoing collaborative research project on new
> forms of political organization.
> Organized and sponsored by:  Networked Politics project, Transnational
> Institute, Transform! Italia, Glocal Barcelona, Funders Network on Trade and
> Globalization, International Forum on Globalization, Labor Tech,
> International Computer Science Institute at UC Berkeley, School of
> Information at UC Berkeley, Global Commons Foundation.
> This event is free and open to the public.
> For more information contact:  Katharine Wallerstein –
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