Safia Oulmane is a young French volunteer at the grassroot organisation GHETT’UP. She has been wearing different hats since she joined and contributed to different teams such as Education, Leadership and Media. So far, she […]
On May 3rd we organised the last of the workshops corresponding to the Tools for the decolonisation of technology line of work. In the session Strategies for a more decolonised technology we tried to imagine […]
On 5 April, we returned to Espai Societat Oberta with the workshop Technological Resistances, which is part of the work line Tools for the Decolonisation of Technology. After the meeting held in February as a […]
Nowadays, learning through online courses of all kinds is completely established and normalized. These courses attempt to democratize education thanks to their accessibility and free access. However, we often forget for whom this accessibility was […]
Lisa Nakamura, Gwendolyn Calvert Baker Professor in the Department of American Cultures at the University of Michigan, wrote in 2014 a very interesting text for the Johns Hopkins University Press about the role that Navajo women played in the manufacture of the first technological products.
On the 10th of February, the Espai Societat Oberta held a meeting at the Canòdrom – Ateneu d’Innovació Digital i Democràtica under the title Tools for the decolonization of technology, led by Oyidiya Oji, and […]