- Location: Occupytalk.org server, room: Assemblies & Round Tables > OPEN SPACE (Mumble instructions below)
- Date: Sunday, 3rd of February 2013
- Time: 19.00 GMT/UTC, check your local time here: time zone converter
About our initiative
From 26-30 March 2013 the World Social Forum (WSF) will take place in Tunis. The WSF is a global meeting, held regularly since 2001, bringing together civil society organisations, social movements and activists to discuss our struggles to build another world.
A diverse group of individuals, active in 15M, Occupy and other grassroots movements and networks around the globe, started to discuss the possibilities to participate in the WSF in Tunisia, recognizing this can be the right time and place to come together and share our experiences and practices. GlobalSquare is an initiative to mobilize and organize together towards, around and beyond the World Social Forum. Read more…
Agenda for the 3rd of February
During the previous meetings we gathered many proposals for activities in Tunis, including a series of assemblies, a space outside the WSF, skill-sharing workshops, and more. http://titanpad.com/agora99firezneWSFactivities
After short introductions of participants, we will start with updates from the groups that prepare these activities. The agenda is always open for more proposals, information and discussion points. The pad for agenda and minutes: http://titanpad.com/globalsquare6 (add your proposals here).
Important: the meeting is starting half an hour in advance in order to solve technical and practical issues, like team facilitating, agenda, minutes, sound check, etc. Please consider assisting with all this!
How to use Mumble
Mumble is a voice chat Open Source software (works similar to skype but is not a corporate tool). Please follow these instructions to get connected. If this is the first time you use Mumble, please try to log in at least half an hour in advance, we will be there to help you.
How to get involved
In case you can’t make it this time, here is an overview of the many ways you can get involved in this initiative!
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