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South Sudan and Open Source Culture: Opening discussion of the international conference and workshop #OSJUBA

OPEN SOURCE CULTURE IN POST-CONFLICT DEVELOPMENT

Jun 21 – Jun 21, 2012

The international conference and workshop takes place on June 22, 10 am–6 pm, at SUPERMARKT, Brunnenstrasse 69, Berlin. #OSJUBA is initiated by r0g (Agency for Open Culture, Art and Critical Transformation, Berlin) and MICT (Media in Cooperation and Transition, Berlin).
In many parts of the world new civic societies emerging from shattering conflict and revolution are facing the challenge to (re)construct nothing less than entirely new nations. Urgent calls to define political participation, state identity, economic self-determination, basic freedoms and reconciliation among resolute opponents have transformed seemingly local conflicts into issues of global concern. Considering this scenario in the age of social networks, collaborative media and open data #OSJUBA seeks to apply the methodologies of the world's diverse open source communities in creating new forms of development in regions of lingering conflict and post-war society.


On June 21, 7–9 pm, KOW presents the #OSJUBA opener with a discussion introducing the current scenario of South Sudan and its capital Juba, one year upon independence, and the role Open Source Culture can play in helping to create new civil structures in a country working to define it's own post-war identity. With Roman Deckert, MICT (Berlin), Daudi Were, Ushahidi (Nairobi), Nadia EL-Imam, Edgeryders (Strasbourg), Johnny West, OpenOil (Berlin) and Stephen Kovats, r0g (Berlin)

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2017

KOW ISSUE 18: How to see documenta 14

Aug 22, 2017

2016

KOW ISSUE 17: Brauchen wir einen Solidarischen Populismus?

Oct 4, 2016

KOW ISSUE 16: Kunst im Auftrag der Bevölkerung. L'émergence d'un art de la démocratie

Jul 5, 2016

KOW ISSUE 15: Art and Economic Inequality

Jun 7, 2016

2015

KOW ISSUE 14: The Dialogique City

Dec 10, 2015

SUMMER FILM FESTIVAL AT KOW

, Chto Delat, Alice Creischer, Eugenio Dittborn, Heinrich Dunst, Barbara Hammer, Renzo Martens, Frédéric Moser & Philippe Schwinger, Mario Pfeifer, Tina Schulz, Michael E. Smith, Franz Erhard Walther, Clemens von Wedemeyer, Tobias Zielony
Jun 28, 2015

KOW ISSUE 13: Russia, the Zombie State of the Art, and Collective Despair and Utopia

, Chto Delat
Apr 9, 2015

KOW ISSUE 12: Screening & Lecture by Barbara Hammer

, Barbara Hammer
Feb 7, 2015

ONE YEAR OF FILMMAKERS

Jan 1 – Dec 31, 2015

2014

KOW ISSUE 11: Heinrich Dunst

, Heinrich Dunst
Oct 30, 2014

2012

KOW ISSUE 10: Berliner Archipele 2012

Sep 15, 2012

3 YEARS KOW

Sep 7 – Sep 8, 2012

KOW ISSUE 9: Creischer vs. Brandlhuber

Jun 26, 2012

OPEN SOURCE CULTURE IN POST-CONFLICT DEVELOPMENT

Jun 21, 2012

MANITOBA BOOK RELEASE

, Tobias Zielony
Apr 24, 2012

AUGUSTIN TEBOUL, FASHION WEEK 2012

Jan 18, 2012

2011

LESUNG AUS DEN BERLINER WAHLKAMPFPROGRAMMEN

Sep 11, 2011

POLARKREIS

Jan 1, 2011

SANTIAGO SIERRA: DESTROYED WORD

May 1, 2011

KOW ISSUE 8: GENERAL STRIKE

Apr 30, 2011

2010

OPEN EYE AWARD 2010

Dec 9, 2010

KOW ISSUE 7: Duty and Defeat

, Frédéric Moser & Philippe Schwinger
May 5 – May 9, 2010

Sudan Votes Music Hopes

Apr 8, 2010

2009

KOW ISSUE 6: Relational Authorship, or: What is „Independent Publishing“?

Dec 11, 2009

SUDAN VOTES - MEDIA AS A MEDIATOR?

Oct 26, 2009

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