Assembly:Tech-Coops

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Website https://it-kollektiv.com
Contact info@it-kollektiv.com
Description Tech-coops are a growing movement of worker-owned cooperatives that operate in the information technology industry. We want to find new ways of working and making a living, based on solidarity.
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Self-organized Sessions Tech-Coops Meetup
chaos competence center Cluster:1Komona
Related to Assembly Assembly:1Komona
Tags commons, coops, work, labour, activism, capitalism, self-empowerment
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Self-organized session notes Tech-Coops Meetup: Meetup for everyone that is or wants to be part of a tech-coops or is just interested. We will mainly focus on the exchange of ideas, experiences and on getting to know each other.
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Tech-coops are a growing movement of worker-owned cooperatives that operate in the information technology industry (more information). We want to find new ways of working and making a living, based on solidarity. Some tech-coops also see themselves as part of broader political and social movements.

Tech-coops could be a solution if you feel alienated by big software corporations and startup culture or you feel alone and in search of solidarity as a freelancer.

This assembly wants to create a space for everyone that is interested in tech-coops or may even already be part of one! It is is organized by germany-based IT-Kollektiv but is (very!) open for participation of other individuals and grouplets.