An afternoon of talks and discussion on the idea of independence.
With talks from Gehan Macleod, AB Silvera, Raman Mundair, Layla-Roxanne Hill and Elaine Gallagher.
This year sees the 700th anniversary of the Declaration of Arbroath and renewed conversations about Scottish independence. Together we ask what independence feels like and how a collectively formed contemporary Declaration of Independence might shape up.
More info and book online here
The Crypto-Knitting-Circles booklet is now available as a free download
Crypto-Knitting-Circles has been a year-long project by visual artist Ailie Rutherford and designer Bettina Nissen exploring potential applications of new and emerging technologies within feminist and community currency. Inspired by a shared interest in feminist economics and the potential for emerging tech to disrupt established power structures, the work centred around feminist community exchange space Swap Market in Govanhill
The booklet features new proposals, writing by Camara Taylor, Jess Ramm and Libby Odai and photography by Bob Moyler
An afternoon of activities for all ages, exploring the fertile overlaps between feminism and climate activism
Exchanges of skills, knowledge, ideas, songs, stories, dance and film. For more info and to book film screenings crosspollination.brownpapertickets.com
Talks and dicsussions from this years MoneyLab in Amsterdam online now!
BEYOND THE “BLOKECHAIN”: THE CRYPTOFEMINIST AGENDA
Imagine a self-sustaining currency. What would its payment system look like? What values define its sustainability? What kinds of ways of relating to people, things and the environment does it promote?
And now, imagine a cooperative, feminist and commons-oriented Distributed Cooperative Organization. What does an organization which prioritizes mutual support, cooperativism and care work among people and the environment do? What does another day in such a DisCO look like? How could our modes of expression within such communities dismantle phallocentric systems? And what about putting feminist economics to practice by starting a people’s bank that works to encode feminist values into its currency network. With speakers: Andy Morales Coto, Ruth Catlow, Denise Thwaites, Ailie Rutherford and Rachel Falconer.
More info at: networkcultures.org/moneylab/session-4/
The People’s Bank of Govanhill is becoming a Community Interest Company
We are looking to recruit new co-directors to join our team and would be keen to hear from people who can input to conversations on feminist economics and feminst governance to help us acheive our aim of becoming a truly intersectional feminist project.
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Visitors to Swap Market can now change the rate of exchange by inputting their values to the system.
Come and test out our new prototype!
Playing with ways to visualise data as part of Crypto-Knitting-Circles project with Bettina Nissen, Libby Odai and Ailie Rutherford