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La Casika

The autonomous squatted social center LA CASIKA is an old and big house sited in the center of Mostoles, a town closed to Madrid (17 km). In these years of history have been a lot of groups working from the social side, like feminist, antifascists, ecologist, youth or just neighbors, making of La Casika a very well known space. In fact, we can say that now it´s a reference for the squatter movement in Madrid: everybody knows, and everybody loves it.

La Piluka

The cultural social center La Piluka is an autonomous self-managed space for sharing resources, knowledge and political action in the Barrio del Pilar neighborhood (Madrid)

Calafou

Since its inception, the intent is to develop a network based on a network of cooperatives, individual projects and housing in a collectivised area.This seeks to facilitate the sharing of ideas, goods and resources to foster synergies in a natural way. A place for social innovation, technology and policy based on self-responsibility and cooperation. A project where the productive economies are in the service of people allowing their needs for access to resources and tools are not obstacles to the realization of their creative potential.

DNAdigest

The objective of DNAdigest is to provide a simple, secure and effective mechanism for sharing genomics data for research without compromising the data privacy of the individual contributors. DNAdigest is a non-profit organisation founded and located in Cambridge, UK, by a group of individuals from diverse backgrounds who all want to see genomics used to its full potential to aid medical research.

Funkfeuer

A free, experimental network in Vienna, Graz, in parts of Weinviertel (NÖ) and Bad Ischl. It is build and maintained by computer enthusiasts. This project is non commercial. Is open for everybody interested and willing to contribute. One of the goals is to built a unregulated network which has the potential to bridge the digital valley between the social layers and deliver the infrastructure and the knowledge for it.

Seattle Community Network (SCN)

Seattle Community Network is a free public-access computer network. We have been privileged to partner with the Seattle Public Library from our beginnings in 1994. SCN was originally a project of the Seattle Chapter of Computer Professionals for Social Responsibility (CPSR). In 1995 the Seattle Community Network Association (SCNA) was incorporated as a separate non-profit organization. SCN is an all-volunteer organization. Our primary source of funds are the contributions made by our donors. SCNA is a registered 501(c)(3) non-profit organization.

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