[okfn-discuss] Discuss with us - The Open Knowledge Community Identity

Christian Villum christian.villum at okfn.org
Thu Feb 19 10:59:49 UTC 2015

Dear all,

We are terribly sorry to announce that our community hangout today has to
be postponed. Kersti is down with a severe flu, so we'll reschedule on a
date soon (most likely in two weeks time). Updated information will follow
very soon.



Christian Villum
International Community Manager

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On Thu, Feb 12, 2015 at 12:14 PM, Kersti Wissenbach <krwissenbach at gmail.com>

> Dear all,
> I would love to invite you to join our next community call. This session
> will be part of my broader research on transnational activism and community
> building across borders.
> You can find more information and have further options to engage on the
> topic in our newly created OK forum section here:
> http://discuss.okfn.org/t/open-knowledge-community-identity/193
> *Your input counts! *So please join us in the hangout, leave your
> thoughts in the forum and spread the word widely! Looking forward to chat
> with many of you!!
> Community Session Hangout: Discussion of the Open Knowledge community
> identity
> February 19, 2015
> How do Open Knowledge members (local groups etc.) around the globe
> identify with the OK community, do we have a shared sense of belonging and
> identity at all and what is it triggered by? And what does that imply for
> OK on its way to a global ... movement, network, or other organizational
> construct?
> The aim of this community session is to shed light on those questions and
> to explore if the Open Knowledge community identifies itself differently in
> relation to each other (e.g. all us activist individuals among ourselves
> and also in relation to other activist groups / non OK 'branded') and in
> relation to Open Knowledge International.
> Those explorations are part of a broader interest in shifting dynamics of
> socio-political activism from the perspective of civic motivations to
> engage across national borders.
> The session will be directed by Kersti Wissenbach from Open Knowledge
> Netherlands, supported by Christian and Katelyn from Open Knowledge
> International."
> *Kersti Ruth Wissenbach*
> campaign strategies | program coordination | research
> *Freedom of Expression & Information | Open Development **| ICT4C *
> NL ambassador Open Knowledge Foundation
> Mobile +31 (0)634193966
> Skype kersti.wissenbach
> @kerstiru
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