neighbourhood participation – Charlottenburg-Wilmersdorf a project by the student-run group City Next Levelfunded by Partnerschaft für Demokratie Charlottenburg – Wilmersdorf Interactive displays in public spaces are nothing new, yet they are almost solely used to promote advertising content. We want to change that and think they have the potential to connect neighbors and stimulate exchange…

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#PeaceJam2021 ​​The annual #defyhatenow #peacejam2021 took place in September in conjunction with the UN International Day of Peace. With over 200 active participants, this year’s #peacejam focused on how people displaced by conflicts can act as peacebuilders online and contribute more effectively to the social and economic recovery of their countries. This topic is especially relevant in…

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Happy New Year to our partners, supporters, friends, and colleagues! Let’s toast to what we achieved together in 2021 and the projects we will tackle in 2022! Here’s to expanding access to information and knowledge, defying hate, and empowering migrants!

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By Lamin Sanneh – #MMN Local Coordinator The Gambia – West Coast Region According to a joint report by the government of the Gambia and the International Organization for Migration, The Gambia is a country of out-migration. That means that migration is one directional: people migrant out of The Gambia, but people do not migrant…

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The r0g_agency has a new logo! A bit of background from Heike, our designer, on the redesign process:“Eight years ago, back when the r0g_agency was mostly an idea, fueled by energy and enthusiasm and a vision for what could be, I was asked to design a logo; it has been in use ever since.Now, 8…

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Pre Registration link https://zoom.us/meeting/register/tJctd-yurjgqG9RYMF6GgToGpsQoDJECJ2Vb Thematic moderated discussions Recovering after displacement – A chat with refugees and IDPs on their role in conflict transformation Host – Marina Modi, #defyhatenow South Sudan (Juba) Special Guest Contributors Blaise Mbuh -Founder Bamenda Film school Susan Duku – Executive Director RAWYA, Former Uganda RefugeesRepresentatives to Comprehensive Refugee Response Framework John…

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African women are at the forefront of every movement but rarely get the recognition they deserve. On this year’s International Women’s Day, I choose to challenge the world leaders to consider African women who are initiating social and political change on the continent and beyond as their political partners and support the work of women…

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Published 18 December 2020 by la rédaction on Makery – MakersXchange For MakersXchange (MAX), a study on the mobility of makers, Makery and UPTEC Porto are conducting a series of in-depth interviews to better understand the needs of makers for a future MAX pilot program. New interview with Stephen Kovats from r0g_agency for open culture…

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