Monthly Archives: January 2012

Free and Open Source Software Applications that are safe and useful for unionists, labour and social justice activists

N-1: N-1 is an online social network software. It has been developed by Indignados from Spain and elsewhere collectively. N-1 combines many of the below tools in it. The name n-1 is related to the principle of equipotentiality that attribute potentially equal participation for all the nodes involve.

Other important free and open source online networks are DiasporaRise UpDrupal.

    Big Blue Button is an open source online software  built originally for higher and long distance education purpose. Yet it is a very usefull tool for unionists and …..

Mumble is a free telecommunication software that is used by Occupy movement, Spanish Indignados/15M activists. You can create voice-chat rooms for your scheduled work groups, meetings and conference calls.

Turtle is a free and open source anonymous peer-to-peer network project facilitating free speech and sharing information by combining encryption with peer-to-peer (P2P) technology. Like no other anonymous P2P software, it allows users to share files and otherwise communicate without fear of legal sanctions or censorship. Continue reading Free and Open Source Software Applications that are safe and useful for unionists, labour and social justice activists


Workshop on Freedom of Association in the Networked Workplace

There is a workshop taking place in Brussels on 26 January that will look at issues important to understanding the effects of new technologies on workplace organisation and trade unions. There is a particular focus on the surveillance of workers, and what this means for union organising. Details below: Freedom of Association in the Networked Workplace: discussion workshop

Thursday 26th January 2012
1pm – 7pm
Rue Gallait – Gallaitstraat 80
1030 Brussels

Participation is free, but places may be limited. Please contact us to reserve a place.

Contact for more information or enquiries.


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We help you to hyperempower your institution from bottom up!

Networganisation provides you with detailed update on the most recent developments in the fields of P2P networking technologies and the Web 2.0 via online and real world trainings, workshops, exchange modules, strategy meetings, policy advice and consultancy. We help you to enable your network and/or organisation to benefit from the transforming power of the ground-breaking technological developments. Our work is based on the premise that the quantum leap in the mentioned communication and media technologies since 2004 onwards has been creating new organisational capacities for networks as well as new networking capacities for organisations.

We have been tracing and involving in astonishing experiments that have been taking place in the last two decades. Networganisation offers you a first-hand experience and knowledge. Utilizing and adopting it to your context you can upgrade your union, labour network or NGO at national or international level and get better equipped in your efforts to realise your goals.

Among other things such expertise promises to increase your engagement with your peers, to activate your organised rank and file, to reach out ‘the unorganisible’, to strengthen participation and organisational democracy, and to swarm together with maximum amount of actors who sincerely share your goals.

January, 2012