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  • Table 1: Caring the City Map

    17/06/2021

    Table 1: Caring the City Map

    The table 1 at the MediActivism European Hackcamp created two different prototypes which could be replicated in every city taking to account its local characteristics.

  • Table 2: Solarpunk Methodologies

    17/06/2021

    Table 2: Solarpunk Methodologies

    How to make collective politics through a Solarpunk approach? Table 2 had been working in a toolkit that can be adapted to different contexts. It is an excellent way to get inspiration from utopian communities and projects.

  • Table 3: Gaming the City

    17/06/2021

    Table 3: Gaming the City

    Gaming is the source of potential "city hacks" and the table 3 seized on that to propose other approaches to bring the city closer. The result was a game to be played from empathy and the female gaze standpoint.

  • Table 4: Soundscapes of Europe

    17/06/2021

    Table 4: Soundscapes of Europe

    How to work in the right to the city through the lens of sound? Table 4 focused on the notion of Caring city to create a guide with some tools to listen to care and fully to our surrounding urban environments.

  • Table 5 - Collaborative Journalism: How to

    17/06/2021

    Table 5 - Collaborative Journalism: How to

    How should a collaborative journalism infrastructure look like? There are multiple forms to envision it, but the table 5 developed a "Coffee house Europe" where to create a democratic, open and inclusive space in Europe to bring people together across-border.

  • European Hackcamp Launch Event

    22/05/2021

    European Hackcamp Launch Event

    The MediActivism European Hackcamp is starting next Monday (24th May)! Join us at the Zoom session or watch the stream on Youtube. Remember: 7:45 - 9:15 pm CEST.

  • What to do in the event of a wreck. Right to the City Lab Notes

    29/06/2020

    What to do in the event of a wreck. Right to the City Lab Notes

    The Spanish group underwent a drastic change with the arrival of the pandemic. Their aim was to mapping of the labor precariousness in the tourist sector hits an iceberg and we are about to collapse, but suddenly they found themselves shut away in a city without tourists. In this post, it is explained how they collectively addressed a change of direction in their project.