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How Hong Kong is Calling on the World for Help

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See the tactics used by protesters fighting for democracy in Hong Kong.

Walk. An intervention in public space.

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We have been thoroughly interested in the urban space and the possibilities of its decolonization from capital. The Situationist concepts of psychogeography and the the dérive are still very much at our hearts and together with Culture Jamming are some ...

Memefest's Radical Intimacies, sneaks into a small town in rural NSW

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In contemporary Australia the words ‘country’, ‘decolonisation’, ‘family’ and ‘law’ are loaded with meanings that differ greatly from person to person across this nation’s Aboriginal and migrant communities.

As part of Memefest's Radical Intimacies, a small group of ...

Where has this world gone?

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Here is a stamp from 1981 declaring India's solidarity with Palestinian people.

Where has this world gone?

Greece says "yes" to DEBT... and Memefest Friendly competition works evaluation goes in to final round!

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Still, 26,9 % of the votes went to the "Siriza" party that opposes the debt driven politics enforced by EU and led by Germany. The pro debt politics oriented party "New Democracy" received 29,6 % of votes and is now ...

DEBT: the right for education, affect, everyday life and solidarity with (student) protests in Montreal

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While exciting works you have submitted to this years Memefest Festival, are being curated, here more on DEBT. It seems like the overwhelming tsunami like impact of Debt is being more and more reflected. Student protests like the ones in ...

In Debt as communicators?

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David Graeber author of Debt- first 5000 years, one of the texts we use in this years Friendly competition outlines, is interviewed by Uprising Radio. Graeber speaks about the history of Debt, its current role and also about the Occupy ...

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