18:00 Friday, 19 February 2021

Friday, 19.2. – Sunday, 21.2.

Between February 19 – 21 we will improve documentation of topics related to wider Labour movement and tech labour organizing specifically. The scope is quite broad and there will be mentors to help with first time editors! No matter your skills, whether it’s copy editing, photography, researching external articles, there’s a place for you! See the full details in the Wikipedia Event.

No registration is not mandatory.

The event will be entirely online and consist of a mix of joint meetings and self-paced editing work. The joint meetings to discuss and coordinate over the weekend will be held on Zoom (see the Schedule below):

Join Zoom Meeting Meeting ID: 873 5827 9357

Also see information about Accessibility below.


This is the online Wikipedia Edit-a-Thon organised by Berlin chapter of Tech Workers Coalition to improve coverage of Trade unions, Works council’s and labour disputes, particularly in the technology sector. Two of several Wiki Projects relevant to this are WP:LABOR and WP:TECHNOLOGY.


Friday, 19 February 2021 18:00 CET

Kick-off and introduction to the event. We’ll discuss the general idea of the Edit-a-thon and coordinate syncing points and group work.

Saturday, 20 February 2021 18:00 CET

Intro to Tech Workers Coalition: for all interested participants who are new to TWC, we’ll present what the group does apart from the Edit-a-thon, share upcoming events and how to get involved.

Sunday, 21 February 2021 18:00 CET

Final meeting, present and celebrate what we achieved over the week-end.


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

Join Zoom Meeting Meeting ID: 873 5827 9357

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:

Tap your preferred telephone country to call in:

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.

The Amiga 500 personal computer system, pictured with a monitor, a mouse, a keyboard, and a floppy disk drive.

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.

Get involved! @TechWorkersBER