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Take back technology: self-organised social media with Mastodon

Fed Up! poster developed by Lídia Pereira, Artemis Gryllaki and Bohye Woo.

We’re delighted to announce that we’re holding a workshop & discussion at 2.Dh5 this year. 2.Dh5 is a 2 day gathering for “workshops, discussions & talks towards a society based on freedom and solidarity”. Here’s some more context from their site:

The 2.Dh5 festival is an annual festival for the exchange of radical ideas, strategies and practices by grassroots campaigns, collective projects and direct action campaigns in the Netherlands and beyond. In previous editions, this has been done through collective analyses of the current and historical context, through looking at real alternatives and political practices, and through a collective (re) discovering of strategies / tactics relevant to our current terrain of struggle.

In February 2022, the festival again hosts different organizations, campaigns, action groups, activists & collectives which are rooted and active in: feminism, queer liberation, anti-racism, anti-facism, de-colonialism, anti-militarism, international solidarity, climate / ecology, labor struggles, disability justice migration / no-border, internet freedom / privacy, right to city / anti-gentrification, and all the intersections in between.

Our session will be about self-organised social media with Mastodon, read more on the event page. It’s taking place on Saturday 26th 17:00 - 18:15 at Ru Paré in Amsterdam. The session is free to attend and we’ll run it in English. Here is a handy guide with practical information for attending. Hope to see you there!