Changes between Version 3 and Version 4 of projects/leadership-committee/meetings/2015-01-10/goals


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Oct 7, 2015, 9:27:09 PM (4 years ago)
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Jamie McClelland
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    4  1. Build movement-led communications and technology infrastructure
    5  1. Enhance awareness, particularly among members, of political issues surrounding technology
    6  1. Make access to technology affordable, especially for Global Majority and women
    7  1. Build capacity of movement organizations and activists in the use of technology
    8  1. Support members’ communications and technology needs
    9  1. Engage members in technology and advocacy work
    10  1. Enhance communication across international borders
    11  1. Advance the use of and develop Free/Libre and Open Source Software
    12  1. Promote and defend internet rights
    13  1. Defend privacy, data sovereignty, and security
    14  1. Promote respect for cultural rights and linguistic diversity
    15  1. Contribute to the development of technologies to advance solidarity economies and other alternatives to capitalism and to build just relationships in places where people work.
     4Building Technology Capacity
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     6 * Build movement-led communications and technology infrastructure
     7 * Make access to technology affordable, especially for Global Majority and women
     8 * Build capacity of movement organizations and activists in the use of technology
     9 * Support members’ communications and technology needs
     10 * Enhance communication across international borders
     11 * Advance the use of and develop Free/Libre and Open Source Software
     12 * Contribute to the development of technologies to advance solidarity economies and other alternatives to capitalism and to build just relationships in places where people work.
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     14Movement Building
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     16 * Enhance awareness, particularly among members, of political issues surrounding technology
     17 * Engage members in movement work
     18 * Promote and defend internet rights
     19 * Defend privacy, data sovereignty, and security
     20 * Promote respect for cultural rights and linguistic diversity
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