Re: [gaia] Invitation for Spanish speakers

Juliao Braga <juliao@braga.eti.br> Thu, 18 February 2021 11:54 UTC

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Subject: Re: [gaia] Invitation for Spanish speakers
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Rafael is right! Add the fact that a country with continental 
characteristics has huge Internet access problems, some of them strongly 
offending digital rights, in particular the rights of students from the 
basic education system (before entering university).

About these difficulties I respectfully ask for permission to indicate, 
here in this WG, a paper, which may clarify: "Digital divide in Internet 
access among literate students until entering University: a Brazilian 
project proposal", available at https://frenxiv.org/fbntz/ or in 
Portuguese: "Diminuindo a desigualdade no acesso à Internet entre 
estudantes alfabetate até a entrada na Universidade" ->https://osf.io/kg3r4/

The article proposes to expand the use of 'eduroam', available worldwide.

Juliao

Em 17/02/2021 23:52, Rafael Diniz escreveu:
> Please don't forget the biggest country in Latin America, which hold
> half of the Amazon forest speaks Portuguese. Focus on Latin America just
> for Spanish speakers is at least biased.
> 
> Rafael
> 
> On 2/17/21 9:00 AM, Vesna Manojlovic wrote:
>> aaaand one more:
>>
>>
>> here's an interesting call for contributions about alternative /
>> networking / community topics:
>>
>> "Radical Networks invites the community to envision, learn, engage, and
>> share work around the current state and health of the internet and the
>> future of digital networks and the open web. It is a forum for people
>> who are curious about what drives these technologies that we are all
>> dependent on and what is the creative potential, vulnerabilities, and
>> opportunities to create with these technologies and take ownership back.
>> "
>>
>> https://radicalnetworks.org/call-for-submissions/
>>
>> https://radicalnetworks.org/call-for-submissions/es.html
>>
>>   Each Quarterly Issue will focus on a different region of the world or
>> particularly under-served, under-represented, overlooked, and
>> marginalized communities. We are looking for people to interview,
>> projects to highlight/profile, DIY tutorials to feature, and for guest
>> contributions.
>>
>> Our first release, schedule for May 1, 2021, will focus on LATIN
>> AMERICA. The publication will exist both online as a website, digital
>> download (PDF), and in a printed format. We may also release content in
>> other formats - we are open to ideas and experimentation.
>> The deadline for print ready submissions is March 22, 2021.
>> We also greatly encourage your suggestions for people or projects we can
>> research, familiarize ourselves with, and potentially get in touch with
>> to interview or feature this May.
>>
>> The deadline for submitting suggestions is February 22, 2021.
>>
>> Share & Enjoy,
>> Vesna
>>
>>
>>
>> -- 
>> community, cooperation, commons, squirrels // http://becha.home.xs4all.nl
>> nature, anarchy, utopia, un-anthropocene // https://www.unciv.nl //
>> @Ms_Multicolor
>>
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