The Euskarabildua, which will be held on October 29th this year at San Telmo Museum in Donostia and has been organized by Iametza and the Puntueus Foundation, will include two topics: surveillance of data that has been exposed during the pandemic and the possible contributions of independent technology to it.
To that end, there will be three speakers from outside the Basque Country in this year’s Euskarabile: Barcelona University professor and Eticas Research & Consultation member Gemma Galdón will give her opening speech; Data Justice Lab member Javier Sanchez will talk to us about the use of data and social justice; and we will also recognize existing alternatives through the Marga Padilla of the Dabne cooperative.
Finally, there will be a round-table about education: “Technology in self-ownership education-today’s panorama, alternatives, and once-forward challenges.” Speakers in that round-table will be Mikel Garcia of Argia, Peter Arreitunand of the Elgobara-Makina Reminta Institute and Diana Franco of Hezkuntzan ere Librezale.
This year’s Euskarabile will be a Pandemi-conditioned activity. That is, it will have limited content, there will only be room for 50 listeners and all necessary security measures will be respected. But even though the situation we’re experiencing is very special, we’ve prioritized doing it in a prescient way.
In addition, this year, as an innovation, the Faculty of Intelligence, there will be a cooperative workshop using various tools and ways that the pandemic has accustomed us to. The purpose of this workshop will be to share what we have heard in our initial speeches in a collective way and to draw conclusions that are shared. Collectional Intelligence will be conducted after the break.
Additional information about the speakers here