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We are in talks with FIFF to have our tables side-by-side to run them for each other if needed but this is not yet fully agreed. Astrid and Sebastian from the initiative as well as AK Faire Elektronic HH are in touch with Constanze on the possibility of holding workshops. What they say overrides what I say here about the workshop time and space requirements.
 
We are in talks with FIFF to have our tables side-by-side to run them for each other if needed but this is not yet fully agreed. Astrid and Sebastian from the initiative as well as AK Faire Elektronic HH are in touch with Constanze on the possibility of holding workshops. What they say overrides what I say here about the workshop time and space requirements.
 
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FairLoetet is an initiative that informs the public about humanrights and environmental issues in tin mining and has undertaken to bring a fairly produced solder wire to market.
 
FairLoetet is an initiative that informs the public about humanrights and environmental issues in tin mining and has undertaken to bring a fairly produced solder wire to market.

Revision as of 10:34, 30 November 2015

Website http://www.fairloetet.de
Contact Post@fairloetet.de
Description FairLoetet is an initiative working on humanrights and environmental issues in tin mining and offers a fairly produced solder wire.
Members FairLoetet-Team, Xian
Projects create project
Self-organized Sessions create self-organized session
Related to assembly FIfF
Tags fair, fairtrade, human rights, fair electronics, entwicklungszusammenarbeit, soldering, solder wire, environmental protection, worker rights, work place safety, rohs, empowerment, löten, lötdraht, bleifrei löten
Registered on 29 November 2015 19:42:59
Location for self-organized sessions maybe
Self-organized session notes Workshops are also planned but not continuously. I believe a workshop area with 15 seats for a maximum of 1 hour per day would be largely sufficient. The "extra seats needed" to not have to be at our stall table.
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Location
Note: The location on the map does not represent a reservation of a location and might not represent the actual place, where a assembly can be found. The place can be changed within the form of the assembly by anyone. It will be updated by the assembly itself on day 0 or day 1 as soon as the actual location is known.
Orga contact post@fairloetet.de
Brings Some reels of solder wire, up to three soldering stations, 1 or 2 pull up displays (50 cm wide and 200 cm high) will be place behind the booth and the member seats.

We would need 1 - 2 meters of table space and in order to present our project and attract people that want to discuss.

Character of assembly place to show and meet
Seats needed 3
Extra seats 15
Assembly specification want quiet place, want sit public
Planning notes We would need 1 - 2 meters of table space and in order to present our project and attract people that want to discuss.

reasonable lighting would be fine

We are in talks with FIFF to have our tables side-by-side to run them for each other if needed but this is not yet fully agreed. Astrid and Sebastian from the initiative as well as AK Faire Elektronic HH are in touch with Constanze on the possibility of holding workshops. What they say overrides what I say here about the workshop time and space requirements.

past congress review Last year, FIFF have presented some of our material on their table. That was a good location with privacy and encryption initiatives in the area.

FairLoetet is an initiative that informs the public about humanrights and environmental issues in tin mining and has undertaken to bring a fairly produced solder wire to market.