Worker to worker exchanges between shop-floors, cities and countries Module 1: Social media and online networking guide for shop stewards, union trainers, organisers, and workers (7 week x 2 hours)
İşçiler arasında işyerleri, şehirler, ve uluslarötesi yetenek ve bilgi değişimleri Modül 1: Sendikacılar, işyeri temsilcileri ve işçiler için sosyal medya ve çevrimiçi ağlar üzerinden örgütlenme (7 hafta x 2 saat)
Introduction / Giriş Stronger ties with online networking / Sosyal ağlar ile daha sıkı bağlar kurmak Tools for cybermeetings and webinars / Çevirimiçi toplantı ve seminer araçları Bottom up publishing & sharing / Tabandan yayıncılık ve bilgi paylaşımı Translation and interpretation / Çeviri ve Tercüme Participation – Openness – Security / Katılım – Açıklık – Güvenlik An Example / Kapsamlı Örnek Material / Materyal Download de PDF versie in het Nederlands Türkçe çervirisini PDF olarak indiriniz Download the PDF version in Spanish Download the PDF version in English Presentation I: A Social Media Approach for International Solidarity Presentation II: Social media and online networking guide for shop steewards and union activists
Çevrimiçi ağdaşık-emek üniversitesi NLU (Networked Labour University) Bülteni No. 2 (Tr), 8-15 Mayıs 2015
– NLU Açılış toplantısı 7 Mayıs Perşembe günü yapıldı
– E-kampüste yerinizi alın, kendi platformunuzu tasarlayın!
– Kayıtları başlayan ve programda yer alan ilk kurslar
– NLU’ya ilk bağış FairCoop’dan 1000 FairCoin (dijital para)
İnternet üzerinden ücretsiz öz-eğitim programına başlayan emek üniversitemiz açılış toplantısı 7 Mayıs’da yapıldı Açılış toplantısında iki haftada bir güncellemeler hakkında bilgi aktarımı yapmak, teknik ve örgütsel uygulamaları değerlendirmek, ve platformun gelişimine yönelik fikir alış-verişinde bulunup kararlar almak üzere toplanma fikri benimsendi. Bir sonraki toplantı tarihi ise 21 Mayıs saat 17:00 (Türkiye saati ile) olarak belirlenmiştir!
Şimdi E-kampüsümüzde yerinizi alın, sistemi tanıyıp kendi platformunuzu tasarlayın! NLU e-kampüsün kapıları koperatif dayanışma ekonomisi perspektifimizi paylaşan bireylerin, grupların, kolektif örgütsel çalışmalarına açılıyor. Herkesi geliştirdiğimiz yaratıcı olanakları kullanmaya veya denemeye davet ediyoruz: http://networkedlabour.networg.nl/moodle/course/index.php?categoryid=9
Moodle ve Big Blue Button eklentilerini yaratıcı şekilde bir araya getirerek oluşturduğumuz e-kampüs üzerindeki her sayfada diğer internet siteleri ve bloglardan bildirimlere yer yermek, sosyal tartışma forumları düzenlemek, çevirim içi görüntülü toplantı sınıfları oluşturmak, Wiki ve açık pad gibi kolektif üretime yönelik çevrim içi araçları kullanmak mümkün. Sayfa yöneticilerine tanınan tasarım ve idari yetkiler ile birlikte sistem tabandan ögrütlenme ve ağ örme anlamında bir kitlesel üretim silahına dönüşüyor. Öyle ki, bu araçları kullanarak aynı çevirimiçi mekanda (örneğin bir e-kampüs), eğitime yönelik sınıflar yanında ve aynı anda resim veya fotoğraf sergileri, forumlar, film gösterimleri, kitap okuma grupları veya şiir dinletileri, konferanslar, paneller, söyleşiler, haritalandırma, örgütlenme, strateji toplantıları örgütlemek olası.
Böyle bir perspektif ile NLU e-kampüsünün inşası, küresel bir emek kültürü üretimi ve paylaşımı kooperatifi şeklini alıyor. Şu aşamada kampüsümüz; birkerelik kitlesel toplantılar düzenlemek üzere oluşturulmuş ‘Konferans Salonları'; her çeşit eğitsel etkinlğe ayrılmış bir ‘Eğitim Merkezi'; sendikal ve işçi eğitimleri ve örgütsel çalışmalar için tasarlanan ‘Emek ve Sendikalar Forumu'; vizyonumuzu paylaşan grup ve kolektifler için ayrılmış ‘Kolektif Çalışma Mekanları'; ve nihayet sanatsal etkinlikler için ayrılan ‘Sanat Mekanları’ olmak üzere beş ana üniteden oluşuyor.
Kayıtları başlayan ve programda yer alan kurslar İlk bültende açıklanan ve 3 ile 10 Haziran tarihinde gerçekleşecek Eğiticilerin Eğitimi, Devre Eğitim etkinliklerinin dışında kayıt almaya başlayan ve ilk açamada Türkçe, İngilizce, İspanyolca, Hollandaca olarak verilecek etkinlikler aşağıda belirtilmiştir:
Dersler, içerik, vizyon ve politikamız veya diğer herhangi bir konu hakkında soru sormak, ilk dönem devre eğitimlere katılmak, ders önermek veya sitemizi grup çalışmalarınız için kullanma, veya başka bir şekilde çalışmamıza katkı sunmak istiyorsanız bize yazın. Adresimiz: firstname.lastname@example.org / email@example.com
NLU internet üzerinden FairCoin veya banka transferi ile bağış kabul ediyor Bir Mayıs’daki açılışımızın ardından NLU dijital para Faircoin ve CoopFunding.net üzrinden banka transferi ile bağış kabul etmeye başladı. , Yapılan ilk bağış alternatif, özgür ve tabandan bir ekonomi üretmeye katkı yapmak adına Faircoin’in gelişiminde önemli bir rol oynayan FairCoop tarafından yapıldı. FariCoop ve FairCoin hakkında daha falza bilgi için (İng.): https://fair.coop/faircoop-donates-100-000-faircoins/
Sınıfsız toplumun kültürü ve bilgisi Örgüleme Aşamasında!
Ağdaşık Emek Üniversitesi (ProletKult 2.0) kişi veya grup olarak kolektif öğrenme ve dayanışma kültürü geliştirmeye olanak veren özgür ve açık erişime dayalı evrensel bir platformdur. Ezilen, mazlum, dışlanan ve yönetilenlerin kendilerini güçlendirebilmesi ve geliştirebilmesi için direk ve koşulsuz dayanışma platformumuzun varlık nedenidir. Dönüştürücü ve devrimci bir perspektifle bilgiyi her türlü yabancılaşmave baskıdan üretim ve dağıtım anında özgürleştirmek için açık kaynak ve özgür yazılım kullanarak elzem kaynaklara uzaktan üctersiz erişim sağlamak için geliştirdiğimiz üniversite biçimi aynı zamanda katılımcılar arasında parasız bir kooperatif paylaşım ekonomisini desteklemeyi hedeflemekte. Bu perspektifi paylaşan herkes ücretsiz ders alarak veya vererek, veya daha başka bir şekilde kooperatif ve açık kaynak platformumuza destek verebilir!
Ağdaşık Emek Forumu: Bir Mayıs Evrensel İşçi Sınıfı Gününü tartışıyoruz!
Michel Bauwens, peer-to-peer activist and founder of the Peer-to-Peer Foundation, has a new book out, in French, entitled Saving the World: Towards a post-capitialist society with peer-to-peer. In the book Michel, with his collaborator Jean Lievens, argues that a new distributed and de-centralised economic model is necessary to shake up the world and drive us towards a post-capitalist society. In a wide-ranging, impassioned and ambitious, perhaps idealistic, diagramming of a new mode of living and working Bauwens reaches for a different way of performing economics and the political.
The book has a preface by Bernard Stiegler that has been shared on the Peer-to-Peer Foundation website and so I have translated it. I have offered this to the foundation and I would be pleased if it is of use to them or to anyone else. The copyright of the text remains under the license attributed to the original book.
Main Hall: 12:30 – 13:00 Red Light Radio – Ovational Exercises 14:00 – 15:00 Joint General Assembly: Humanities Rally & RethinkUvA & De Nieuwe Universiteit 15:00 – 16:00 Justus Uitermark: ‘Promises and pitfalls of self-organization’ 16.30 – 18.00 Rethink Uva United faculties rally! Finding common ground 18.00 – 19.00 FOOD!! 20.00 – 21.00 Chagall: A capella zang met electronische stemvervormingshandschoenen! 21.00 – 22.00 Armand: solidarity gig of Dutch Bob Dylan
Louise’s Office: 21:00 – 22:00 Daily meeting with contact persons of the work groups
Thursday March 19 (day #22)
Main Hall 17.00 – 18.00 Lezing van Jan Rotmans: een transitie in het onderwijs is hard nodig en studenten kunnen dat versnellen. 18:00 – 19:00 Niels Harmsen : Introductie cryptogeld: een nieuw soort sparen 19:00 – 21:00 ReThink HvA 21:00 – 22:00 Lezing Myriam Vander Stichele (SOMO) Hervormingen van de financiële sector: wat is er echt veranderd?
Louise’s Office: 10.00 – 10.30 Meditiation Class 21:00 – 22:00 Daily meeting with contact persons of the work groups
No Press Room: 16.00 – 17.30 191: ME workshop 17:30 – 19:30 Artist Meeting
Cinema Room: 17:00 – 18:00 Think! Humanities Lecture by Hent de Vries- “Toute vue des choses qui n’est pas étrange est fausse” – Fact and Wonder in the Global University 18:00 – 20:00 Meeting of the University of Colour 20:00 – 22:30 Underground Cinema – Jeffrey! Double feature: “Spirit of the Times” & “Space is the place”
Elders: 13:30 Gemeenteraadszaal. We gaan spreken over het politiegeweld van vrijdag 13 maart . 17:00 – 19:00 Voor onze supporters in Groningen: een debat over wat we hier doen: Towards a new university? A debate on the future of the RuG: https://www.facebook.com/events/862537467140433/
On Monday 9 March, a few hours after the ultimatum posed by ReThink UvA had passed, the Executive Board had planned the first of a series of weekly discussions with staff and students in the CREA university theater. The debate was very well attended: more than 100 people were present inside the auditorium, and another 100 in the overflow space. The program was organized to facilitate a traditional debate, in which the CvB set the terms for discussion, and would be in clear control of the proceedings. But in response to the Board’s breaking of our ultimatum, ReThink UvA staff and students had planned a playful democratic intervention.
After the formal intro and agenda, a staff member took the mic and declared that in light of the CvB’s response of earlier this morning, we have decided to demonstrate what democracy is, sound our own voice, and conduct a slightly different debate with a new agenda. When asked “who we are,” most of the crowd present rose to their feet with signs saying “Het Maagdenhuis is hier” and moved to clear the chairs, sat on the ground, and began a new conversation. The original moderator tried to hang on to his job for a little while, but eventually yielded the floor to a student moderator.
We are inviting the peer producers and the commoners to join us to create a peer produced commons knowledge resource, which will include text books, articles, audio and video material addressing and broadening the dialogue between critical social theories on p2p, commons and global political economy on the other and political and cultural praxis towards realizing emancipatory commons transitions going beyond capitalisms while avoiding worse options like fascisms and wars. Believeing that it is cyristal clear that the humanity is passing through yet another historical passage, a context defined by deepening systemic crisis of human civilization, under serious threats of global wars, extreem right wing and religious fundamentalism, as well as natural and human disasters caused by the current mode of production; but also where the emergence of the realities of the p2p and the commons which by now proven themselves as concept and practices that are bearing 'the seeds of the new', the potential forms of, what Marx reffereed as, the 'associated mode of production' -more then one and a half century ago; while they also promise possible creation what Kropotkin and Buchkin thought as 'communal mutual aid society' -in the previous century, yet to be created and consolidated collectively in pain and struggle. Therefore we are inviting and encouraging all those who are interested in collaborating on this special project thourhg which we could develop a structured and systematic pedegogical material, as a base for free access self- and floss- high level remote emancipatory education material. In order to be able to make any entry please register to the P2P-Foundation's wiki page first. Please make sure that your entries mathes comes under relevant section, and you are applied as much as a similar format used for other similar material placed on the wiki before you. Let us join efforts to enrich a common pool of emancipatory knowledge and analyses, that can function as a base for cleared vision for commons actions and alternatives with power and energies to realize global transitions towards fair, just, peaceful and beautiful world. For any questions and support you can send an email at: networkedlabour [at] networg [dot] nl
I recently did a post on the networked-labour list [http://lists.contrast.org/mailman/listinfo/networkedlabour], and re posted here [http://snuproject.wordpress.com/2014/09/18/coding-the-algorithyms-of-emancipatory-modes-of-production/], of the Algorithms of Capital, an edited volume, by Matteo Pasquinelli. In my post, joining McKenzie Wark’s friendly critique of the ‘accelerationist’ revolutionary politics, I provided an alternative proposal for a slow, zen, calm, mindful bottom up hacking of the ‘accelerationism’ of the capital. Here on P2P foundation’s blog it was the book of the day (yesterday): http://blog.p2pfoundation.net/book-of-the-day-algorithms-of-capital/2014/11/15
1. NLU Opening Meeting took place on Thursday 7 May 2015 At the opening meeting, it is decided to hold bi-weekly meetings to exchange updates, discuss technical and organisational issues, and coordinate overall issued related to the platform development process. The date of the next meeting is 21 May at 16:00 CET (UTC+2). Anyone likes to engage and put a brick in the building of NLU cooperative learning platform is more than welcome! Agenda and decisions taken at the opening meeting can be read here: http://networkedlabour.networg.nl/moodle/mod/lti/view.php?id=25 2. Occupy your space to test our system, and learn how to build own! Our e-campus opens its doors to individuals, groups, and communities that are sharing a co-operative and solidarity economy perspective. We invite you all to start experimenting with and exploiting the possibilities: http://networkedlabour.networg.nl/moodle/course/index.php?categoryid=9 Federating Moodle and Big Blue Button and using other plug-ins provided with the Moodle, NLU e-campus platform allows to run feeds from other websites and blogs, host social forums, embed external media, page and other tools (like pads and wikis) and give access to scheduled online classrooms on each spaces created on the e-campus. Together with other design and admin options the overall system becomes a weapon of mass-construction, for networking and organising. NLU e-campus now gives access to individuals, groups and collective projects access to productive and creative collaborative tool-kit that enable users to schedule, assign and execute tasks collectively, to organise strategic exchanges, skill sharing meetings, press conferences, art shows, film screening, reading groups, educative or action oriented events in all forms in one big shared space. The NLU e-campus is organised as for main spaces: the ‘Conference Halls‘ which is devoted to one time large events; the ‘Training Centre‘ which is reserved to various types of classes; the ‘Labour and Trade Unions Forum‘ which is built for the use of labour and union related events and debates; and finally ‘Open Spaces for Collaborations‘, the space created for the use of work groups, collectives, and collaborative -local or global- projects. If you like to reserve a space for your courses, events, or group’s meetings just send us an email and we will help you to create and manage it as you like! (admin email: firstname.lastname@example.org) 3. Courses being scheduled and opened for enrolment Besides the Study Circle rounds scheduled at 3rd and 10th of June, that were announced in the first bulletin, below classes are now open for the enrolment: Transformative Circles – One (En): Enrolment is open, starting date of the class will be decided with the course moderator (Anna Harrris)http://networkedlabour.networg.nl/moodle/course/index.php?categoryid=6Crisis of the Global Labour Movement: Threat and Opportunity (En, Es): Enrolment is open, starting date of the class will be decided in conversation with the course tutor (Peter Waterman)http://networkedlabour.networg.nl/moodle/course/index.php?categoryid=8Skill Sharing for workers on Internet, computers, social media communication and organising (Tr, En): Enrolment is open, sessions will start when sufficient amount of people enrol to the groups (Örsan Şenalp)http://networkedlabour.networg.nl/moodle/course/index.php?categoryid=3Tektology Reading Group (En): Enrolment is open, sessions will start when sufficient amount of people enrol to the groups (Örsan Şenalp)http://networkedlabour.networg.nl/moodle/course/index.php?categoryid=5Introduction to the Critique of Global Political Economy (Tr, En):Enrolments is open, courses starts in early September (Gürsan Şenalp)http://networkedlabour.networg.nl/moodle/course/index.php?categoryid=4Study Circle on Digital Labour (Tr, En, NL): Enrolment is open, courses will start in September (Örsan Şenalp)http://networkedlabour.networg.nl/moodle/course/index.php?categoryid=2 Register and Enrol: http://networkedlabour.networg.nl/moodle/login/signup.php? In order to enrol any classes or to apply for a space for the use of your organisation or groups, first you need to register as NLU user by clicking the above link and filling a short form. Then you will be able to get in touch with the course contact person. Write to admin for support (admin email: email@example.com). 4. NLU receives 1000 FairCoin donation from FairCoop’s campaign Following its May Day launch, NLU started to accept donations in FairCoin, and the good news is that we did just receive the first donation from our sister cooperative-ecology Faircoop. See FariCoop campaign here: https://fair.coop/faircoop-donates-100-000-faircoins/ And to donate NLU, GNLU related projects via banktransfer you can use our CoopFunding campaign here: https://www.coopfunding.net/en/campaigns/global-networked-labour-union/ In solidarity!Networked Labour University
The below is a mind blowing text by Brian Holmes: Volatile Smile – Information’s Metropolis.. the text is full of history hacking of major importance…
I just have tried to highlight the two the sharpest points that created a cerebral drifting in my mind out of the text. Though it needs further work on facts and figures in order to establish the idea, this post still presents an informed reflection on the detour take Holmes us over Chicago, based on my current work. Potentially I believe that what the story Holmes lies down here infront of our eyes, so naked, might change the brief history of neoliberalism as we know into a longer history of the emergence of global Informationalism as the sub-structure, even mode of production that has kicked off sort of a Renaissance 2.0; which might be started somewhere in the mid-late 19th century and evolved into a second Modernism project with ups and downs, turbulence and vortex creating crises, wars, revolutions and counter- passive revolutions spreading capitalism globally during the second half of the 20th and early 21st century. Such an unfolding has brought about further ‘Enlightenment’ for some classes while it grown the shadow of darkness for many others, with the rise of global religious wars, surveillance based techno-fascisms and Nazisms.
Today evening LSE and UvA occupations met via Skype and had a very inspiring exchange, where David Greaber was present at the London side of the brief semi-assembly we did together. I did post the short video on the net. Here is the youtube link: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2QBRx9j8wGE
Discussion goes on the ideas around ‘how to build a global student movement’ as well as transnational strikes, together to emancipate knowledge and labour. We did decide to meet and exchange more other, virtually and actually, and forge the int. student movement spreading since especially after the crisis, aligning with workers and others.
By Enzo Rossi (Political Science) & Dan Hassler-Forest (English)
In Friday’s issue of De Volkskrant, Arthur Schram argues that all is well with the managerial university. Colleagues and students in the Maagdenhuis should just abandon their left-wing romanticism and get down to churning out the next batch of degrees, papers, or whatever they are told to produce. So let’s take a closer look at his arguments, of which we can discern two: (i) rendementsdenken mandates whatever restructuring it requires, and (ii) professional managers are the best judges of that.
The first argument trades on the ambiguity of the term rendementsdenken. The term is stretched over a continuum that runs from “balancing your books” to “maximizing your profits”. Hardly anyone disagrees with the former, and hardly anyone who works or studies at a university thinks that it should be run like a corporation, to enrich shareholders or management. In fact, hardly anyone thinks that way about any other kind of public service—such as health care and judiciary workers, for instance.
via Whose profit? Reply to Schram on rendementsdenken – ReThink UvA.
In response to the joint statement by ReThink UvA, De Nieuwe Universiteit, Humanities Rally and ASVA student union, we received a message from the Executive Board of the University of Amsterdam on Wednesday, 11 March 2015. The Executive Board states that it agrees that further steps should be taken and that the ten-point plan offers a good starting point. They have invited ReThink UvA and the other parties for a meeting to further discuss these steps.
ReThink UvA will discuss this invitation at the next General Assembly on Friday, 20 March 2015, in the Maagdenhuis.
Main Hall 06:00 – 09:00 Morning Rave – Start the Day Dancing! There will be smoothies, dj’s and coffee! 12:00 – 13:30 Lecture Anouk de Koning- “Racialized Amsterdam? Reflections on the ‘Notorious’ Diamantbuurt” 13:30 – 15:00 Lecture by Tatiana Markaki: “Greek Crisis: What’s “Wrong” With the Greeks?” 15:00 – 16:00 Lecture by Wendela de Vries: “Arms Trade to the Middle East” 16:00 – 18:00 We Are Here & Theatre Studies – Debate Gestures of Protest 18:00 – 19:00 Dinner 19:00 – 20:00 Lecture by Erik de Groot on Educational Law (Dutch) 20:00 – 21:00 Lecture by Abulkasim Al-Jaberi: “Paris Attacks in Perspective”
Rooms Upstairs & Canteen: 11:00 – 12:00 Legal Talk AG (Cinema Room) 13:00 – 15:00 Seminar Visual Etnography and Anthropological Research by Sanderien Verstappen en Mario Rutten (Cinema Room) 14:00 – 15:30 We Are Here and Theater Studies – Workshop Gestures of Protest (No Press Room) 18:00- 20:00 Theater Workshop – University of Colour (Cinema Room) 21:00 – 23:00 General Assembly (Canteen)
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LABOURLEAKS.ORG – Exposing wrongdoings in the workplace
This is a letter from the First Represantive of the IG Metall Duisburg-Dinslaken, the German Engineering Union, to former employees of the closed steel works TSTG in Duisburg which made rails for the German railways. The letter is addressed to ex-employees who are still in the union. It concerns those employees who have not managed to find a job after a year after the company closed down. There are two aspects of the letter that are questionable. Firstly, the “works council” is involved in the discussion as to who gets what from the “hardship fund”. This is strange because the council has long ceased to exist. Secondly, the author states explicitely that the information contained in the letter is only going to those colleagues who are still members of the IG Metall. Everyone else may not be informed by the union. No explanation is given as to why this is so and ex-employees suspect that only union members will benefit from the hardship fund.
The Commons Transition Platform is a database of practical experiences and policy proposals aimed toward achieving a more humane and environmentally grounded mode of societal organization. Basing a civil society on the Commons (including the collaborative stewardship of our shared resources) would enable a more egalitarian, just, and environmentally stable society.
The proposals in this web platform go beyond rhetoric and are inspired by successful, self-organized working communities that maintain themselves and their environments through Commons Based Peer Production, Property and Governance.
The Commons, together with Peer to Peer dynamics, represent a third mode of societal organization that evolves away from the competitive Market State and obsolete, centrally-planned systems. It is a system based on the practices and needs of civil society and the environment it inhabits at the local, regional, national and global levels.
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