12:00 Saturday, 13 June 2020

Berlin Tech Workers Coalition, in partnership with Werkstatt für Bewegungsbildung, would like to understand better the lives of tech workers, both in our workplace and outside. As part of the event’s purpose, we also want to familiarize everyone with mapping — an important movement building practice.


  • 12:00 — Brief introduction
  • 14:00 — Wrap up, and if time/energy permits, have a social hangout online

Trainers Antje and Daniel

Learning Objectives:

  1. Develop a more coherent picture and quantitatively grounded image of the problems that face tech workers both in the workplace and in the community,
  2. Create a space to interpret the social world they live and play in in order to see how this living space can be politically activated
  3. Provide participants with the knowledge to use mapping for future projects and struggles.
  4. Identify political issues that motivate tech workers.

As part of the TWC’s mission to fight for the rights of tech workers, we need to better know the issues that confront tech workers here in Berlin, and get a better idea of what all the different tech workers need and desire.

If you’re not Jeff Bezos or Mark Zuckerburg, the only way ordinary people and workers can develop power to change things is through organizing their collective strength. While this sounds to most people like a very obvious thing, where to find that collective strength is something else altogether. Mapping allows participants a way to visualize the base of their concern and map its latent and overt political tendencies in relation to the structures they inhabit. Mapping is a way of categorizing social struggle through a spatial lens.

Facebook event Werkstatt für Bewegungsbildung

How to participate

Download Zoom or telephone in.

Join Zoom Meeting https://zoom.us/j/82829212833

Meeting ID: 828 2921 2833 Password: 531164

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The event will be held over Zoom, a video conferencing platform. You can use Zoom with your desktop, laptop, or mobile device.

You need an internet connection and speakers to listen, and a microphone (and optionally camera) to participate. You can also join the conversation via the (written) chat. There is also an option to call in using your phone line for audio-only participation as shown below:

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There will be a brief presentation with static slides, but most of the event will be audio-based discussion in English.

If you would like to know more, check out Zoom’s documentation on their accessibility features or reach out to us at accessibility@techworkersberlin.com.

Code of Conduct

All meetings and communications are covered under the Berlin Code of Conduct. The privacy and safety of our members is important to us. Sharing the identity of members and or taking/sharing photos are strictly forbidden unless express consent is given.

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