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Launching GISWatch 2014 at MEMEFEST/Swinburne

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Andrew Garton and the Association for Progressive Communications in collaboration with Memefest/Swinburne are launching the latest version of the Global Information Society Watch publication, GISWatch 2014, which reviews the effects of national, global mass surveillance of citizens around the ...

Don't let the fuckers get you down

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I had been working on a solidarity poster/design for the protests in ferguson, addressing the right to resistance. I wanted to challenge the dominant narrative of the reasoning behind riots, and the idea of violent outside instigators, etc. The ...

IMP-Act

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Hi all,

I am beginning the process of encouraging a critical design connective called Imp-act (an Imp being a small and mischievous creature). It is a association of students/practitioners/thinkers etc in the local Brisbane area creating and then ...

The lump sum grant

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https://www.academia.edu/7011665/The_lump_sum_grant

Food Chains

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Short video teaser on how critical the role of farm workers are and how little attention is payed to the very people who help produce the food we eat on a daily basis.

Full article:
http://www.good.is/posts ...

The cost of inequality - OXFAM report

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This report is worth to read! How rapidly growing extreme wealth and inequality are harmful to human progress.
We know a lot about the subject, but there are some number which makes you really really sad and angry...

For example ...

Stormy Discussion

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Brisbane has provided a temporary (if tempestuous) home for our community of students, professionals, artists, researchers, educators, and activists to assemble and discuss how we can combat alienation and reclaim the public sphere for dialogue on issues of debt.

A ...

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