Civilmedia 08: Day 2: DIY Feminist Action! (Red Chidgey, Elke Zobl, Nina Nijsten, Anna Voswinckel)

  • Civilmedia 08: Day 2: DIY Feminist Action! (Red Chidgey, Elke Zobl, Nina Nijsten, Anna Voswinckel)
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Der Jingle zur Civilmedia 17
32:57 Min.
Civilmedia11, Day 3: College media in Italy: cross media culture?
39:46 Min.
Civilmedia11, Day 3: Promoting Dialogue in West Africa Anhang bearbeiten / lizenzieren
1 Std. 19:34 Min.
Civilmedia11, Day 3: Open Digital Radio
33:48 Min.
Civilmedia11, Day 3: Crowfunding for media projects
48:38 Min.
Civilmedia11, Day 3: My Sherpas
09:58 Min.
Civilmedia11, Day 3: Give a coin for Athenaeum
52:28 Min.
Civilmedia11, Day 3: Introduction to Crowfunding
24:38 Min.
AUDIO Civilmedia11, Day 2: Community Media Audience in Russia/Future directions for alternative and community media research/Q&A Sessions
24:09 Min.
Civilmedia11, Day 2: Do they really need community radio? Survey of community media audiences in western Hungary

Civilmedia 08 – „Cultures – Participaton – Dialogue“: The Civilmedia is an annual international UnConference, organised by Radiofabrik Salzburg in co-operation with VFRÖ. This year it took place at the end of the „European Year of Intercultural Dialogue 2008“ from 4th to 6th of December. In bringing together international and national alternative media practitioners, researchers, policy makers, activists, and community development workers, Civilmedia08 reviewed the importance of community media and Web 2.0 for intercultural dialogue in Europe. More details at.

DIY Feminist Action!(Red Chidgey,Elke Zobl, Nina Nijsten, Anna Voswinckel)

Summary: Since the beginning of 2008, Elke Zobl (Austria) and Red Chidgey (UK) have been working on a book anthology documenting the zines, art and activism of DIY and queer feminists internationally. With a visual introduction to DIY Feminism by Nina Nijsten (Belgium), this presentation will cover some of the working practices involved with our cross-border collaborations, including a zine wiki, on-line book tools, and the interactive site Grassroots Feminism: Transnational archives, resources and communities (, programmed with the open-source Social Software (Drupal). The presentation will be followed by an open discussion to share experiences and suggestions!

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