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<strong>Welcome to the wiki for the Non Aligned Technologies Movement. This is very much a work in progress.</strong>
 
<strong>Welcome to the wiki for the Non Aligned Technologies Movement. This is very much a work in progress.</strong>
  
NATM is a movement for the purposeful design, evaluation and use of technologies in a way that affirms each community's power of self determination and governance. We are a worldwide alliance of civil society organizations (in collaboration with allied players from the public and private sector) that seek to define and claim technosocial spaces beyond the profit-motivated model of Silicon Valley and the control-motivated model of the Chinese Communist Party, the two centers of power of a new colonial order [https://www.sup.org/books/title/?id=28816]. NATM does not presume to offer a single solution to the problem of data colonialism [https://journals.sagepub.com/doi/abs/10.1177/1527476419831640] [http://journals.sagepub.com/doi/full/10.1177/1527476418796632]; instead it seeks to promote a collection of models and platforms that allow communities to articulate their own solutions for decolonization.  
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NATM is a movement for the purposeful design, evaluation and use of technologies in a way that affirms each community's power of self determination and governance. We are a worldwide alliance of civil society organizations (in collaboration with allied players from the public and private sector) that seek to define and claim technosocial spaces beyond the profit-motivated model of Silicon Valley and the control-motivated model of the Chinese Communist Party, the two centers of power of a new colonial order [https://www.sup.org/books/title/?id=28816]. NATM does not presume to offer a single solution to the problem of ''data colonialism'' [https://journals.sagepub.com/doi/abs/10.1177/1527476419831640] [http://journals.sagepub.com/doi/full/10.1177/1527476418796632]; instead it seeks to promote a collection of models and platforms that allow communities to articulate their own solutions for decolonization.
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<strong>For a quick introduction, please read this op-ed on Al Jazeera: [https://www.aljazeera.com/indepth/opinion/aligned-technologies-movement-200907090048112.html To fight data colonialism, we need a Non-Aligned Tech Movement].</strong>
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To learn how you can get involved, read [[Non_Aligned_Technologies_Movement:About|our About page.]]
 
To learn how you can get involved, read [[Non_Aligned_Technologies_Movement:About|our About page.]]
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If you have any questions, please contact [mailto:info@nonalignedtech.net info@nonalignedtech.net].
 
If you have any questions, please contact [mailto:info@nonalignedtech.net info@nonalignedtech.net].
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# Large-scale adoption of alternatives has benefits. We need to promote the use of non-extractive digital media platforms and support their implementation by our member communities.
 
# Large-scale adoption of alternatives has benefits. We need to promote the use of non-extractive digital media platforms and support their implementation by our member communities.
 
# While our communities might have different goals and agendas, we need to act as a global coalition to enforce the regulation, taxation and eventual elimination of extractive technologies.
 
# While our communities might have different goals and agendas, we need to act as a global coalition to enforce the regulation, taxation and eventual elimination of extractive technologies.
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<strong>Help us draft our [[Declaration]]. Or help us define our [[Key Terms]].</strong>
 
<strong>Help us draft our [[Declaration]]. Or help us define our [[Key Terms]].</strong>

Revision as of 08:36, 8 September 2020

Welcome to the wiki for the Non Aligned Technologies Movement. This is very much a work in progress.


NATM is a movement for the purposeful design, evaluation and use of technologies in a way that affirms each community's power of self determination and governance. We are a worldwide alliance of civil society organizations (in collaboration with allied players from the public and private sector) that seek to define and claim technosocial spaces beyond the profit-motivated model of Silicon Valley and the control-motivated model of the Chinese Communist Party, the two centers of power of a new colonial order [1]. NATM does not presume to offer a single solution to the problem of data colonialism [2] [3]; instead it seeks to promote a collection of models and platforms that allow communities to articulate their own solutions for decolonization.


For a quick introduction, please read this op-ed on Al Jazeera: To fight data colonialism, we need a Non-Aligned Tech Movement.


To learn how you can get involved, read our About page.


If you have any questions, please contact info@nonalignedtech.net.


Our Principles

  1. In order to decolonize data, we need to be able to understand and evaluate extractive digital technologies from the perspective of our unique communities.
  2. Large-scale adoption of alternatives has benefits. We need to promote the use of non-extractive digital media platforms and support their implementation by our member communities.
  3. While our communities might have different goals and agendas, we need to act as a global coalition to enforce the regulation, taxation and eventual elimination of extractive technologies.


Help us draft our Declaration. Or help us define our Key Terms.


Working Groups

  • Non Aligned Platforms Group: Identify, support and promote the use of open-source alternatives to current extractive technologies.
  • Technology Review Boards: Develop models and processes for the evaluation of information and communication technologies as a way to decolonize data.
  • Algorithm Observatory: Build a citizen science platform for the study of extractive algorithms.


Meetings

Stay tuned for more information about our first global conference in 2022, and about the regional planning meetings leading up to it.


Members

To list your organization, join the wiki and enter your details in the corresponding page.


Advisory Board

Our Advisory Board helps us coordinate the activities of NATM.