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Programme

This programme sets out a collective vision for digital justice activism in Europe.

 

Rooted in the necessity and desire for digital rights work to meet the needs of all in society, particularly those placed at the margins, we imagine a different ecosystem. We imagine a digital rights field that prioritises fighting against the harms experienced by marginalised communities, addresses internal power dynamics and organises in solidarity, an ecosystem that supports and sustains resistance, healing and community by and for those most harshly affected. We imagine a network of racial, social, queer transfeminist, environmental, economic, and tech activists fully equipped to win the fight for digital justice. The ecosystem we imagine is one that will organise towards anti-colonial digital futures.

 

This programme sets out how we might create and sustain this ecosystem.

 

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Preamble

This chapter sets out the background to and vision for the programme

Tending to the digital justice ecosystem

This chapter explains how the programme seeks to radically transform the digital justice ecosystem in Europe.

I) Imagining through collective, community-centred knowledge

Without imagination, there is no liberation, and without theory, there is no radical change. This chapter sets out a vision for how knowledge production will happen in the digital justice ecosystem.

II) Organising Solidarity

This chapter envisions new infrastructures for organising and solidarity to ensure that communities primarily affected by technological harm set the agenda of digital justice work and can build solidarity practices amongst those with a shared interest in collective liberation.

III) Supporting and Sustaining Movements

This chapter envisages the need for structural changes in the way resources are allocated in the ecosystem, new roles to better connect and support movements, and internal decolonising processes in organisations in the field.

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