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domenica 22 luglio 2007

Second Life? L'Italia è pessimista, come nella Real Life, i Francesi si attivano, anche contro la Cina, gli Americani per il Darfur

La notizia è ormai datata, ma, visti i precedenti post su questo blog, vale la pena di riportarla egualmente.

Opération Chine de Reporters Sans Frontières dans Second Life le 4 Juillet
Mercredi 27 juin 2007, 23:35

Second Life - Opération de Reporters Sans RSF le 4 juillet

Diaporama ici - photos de Natacha QS / Salomon

Communiqué de


Reporters sans frontières lance une nouvelle campagne internationale “Pékin 2008″ pour dénoncer le cynisme des autorités chinoises qui refusent de libérer la centaine de journalistes et cyberdissidents détenus dans le pays et d’améliorer la situation de la liberté d’expression. Alors qu’il ne reste plus que treize mois avant le début des Jo de Pékin, le gouvernement chinois n’a pas respecté ses engagements, formulés lors de l’attribution des JO en 2001, d’améliorer la situation des droits de l’homme.

Le mercredi 4 juillet 2007, date de l’ouverture de l’Assemblée du Comité internationale olympique qui se tiendra au Guatemala, aura lieu une visio-conférence de presse sur Second Life à 17h (heure française) en présence de Robert Ménard (secrétaire général de Reporters sans frontières).

Celui-ci répondra à toutes les questions sur la situation de la presse en Chine.

Un tee-shirt comportant le visuel de la campagne ainsi que des pancartes sont disponibles gratuitement devant le bureau de Reporters sans frontières ainsi que sur l’Ile Verte. Pour soutenir cette campagne, vous pouvez porter le tee shirt de RSF le 4 juillet, et partager un visuel disponible sur Second Life et pour vos blogs.

Conférence du 4 juillet, rendez vous à 17 h (8h SLT / PDT) sur l’Ile Verte
Tatiana Salomon (présidente des Humains Associes) met à disposition de RSF l’ile et son équipe pour cet événement.

Ile Verte (27, 27, 28) - téléportation ici

Tous les détails sont sur le blog des Humains Associés / Île Verte
QG de RSF dans Second Life :
RSF, Hangflame Ridge (33, 97, 91)

A Better World in Second Life? is a machinima documentary about how real-world activists are using the virtual world Second Life as a platform for social and political activism. In the film I meet progressive organizers and environmental, anti-war, and anti-genocide activists who are using Second Life for collaboration, organizing, advocacy, and creative work. I question the nature of activism in a virtual world, and wonder whether spending time in a virtual space necessarily moves participants toward action, or merely gives them a false sense of action and catharsis.

The project benefited from the help of several kind folks: please read my thank-yous and shout-outs.

The film is broken up into five chapters. Each chapter is linked to on the right.

I appreciate your feedback!

-Josh Levy

Although I’m open to tracking all kinds of political activism taking place in the virtual world, for the sake of focus and timeline I’ll mostly limit the scope to tracking the work of group of people and organizations loosely tied to an organization called RootsCamp.

RootsCamp is/was an “unconference” in the style of Tim O’Reilly’s FooCamp and open-source software geeks’ BarCamps that took place at the end of 2006...

Camp Darfur in Second Life (Better World, 55, 211,22) gives avatars in the virtual world Second Life a chance to walk through a ghosttown of a refugee camp, victimized by years of torture and genocide. Camp Darfur memorializes those lost in the Sudan and offers ways to get involved in sharing this story. We aim to make this digital representation honest and fair to those who are currently struggling in UNHCR camps in Chad and elsewhere while giving more background into the situation currently facing the Darfurians.

Visit Second Life to learn more. Check out the [1] for a slideshow and photo galleries from our virtual experiment in interactive activism. The iACT videos are now viewable thanks to Green Lantern protectors and scripters in Second Life; the entire Camp Darfur experience is available 24/7 from your home, easy to share with friends.

Camp Darfur in Second Life was built by the scouts of Better World Island. For more information visit our discussion boards on the Omidyar Network

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