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#DoDevDif – Doing Development Differently

How could development be done differently to increase opportunities for open innovation and knowledge sharing and strategies to best utilize available tools? On 22 January 2015 r0g_agency for open culture gGmbH, Digital Unite e.V. and the Centre for Internet & Human Rights at the European University Viadrina (CIHR) hosted by the Embassy of Canada to…

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[proto:type]Y2014

In the run-up and development towards a first global ‘Summit of Critical Making’ to be held in Yogyakarta Indonesia in 2015, the newly formed Culture Arts Technology Collective CATEC in collaboration with r0g_agency and the HONF Foundation are hosting a [proto:type] event: The Yogyakarta Meeting on Open Culture and Critical Making. [proto:type]Y2014 highlights the unique and innovative forms of open culture practiced in Indonesia fusing…

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Report on South Sudan ‘open systems strategies’ research trip November 2013

Stephen Kovats and Clemens Lerche (r0g_agency, Berlin) Juba and Kuajok (Warrap State), South Sudan   In Mid-November Stephen Kovats and Clemens Lerche of the Berlin, Germany based r0g_agency for open culture and critical transformation gGmbH, a non-profit organisation working with and developing open source and open systems methodologies in post-conflict development visited South Sudan (primarily…

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Open Source in Post-Conflict Development

Twitter: #OSJUBA How do we help Juba to become the world’s first Open Source City? #OSJUBA is a conference and workshop held in Berlin on 21-22 June 2012 that brought together tech enthusiasts, hacktivists, developers and others to discuss methods, platforms and Open Source projects that are being used in post-conflict areas like South Sudan.…

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