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Libertarian Innovative Un-Conference=Open Approach

Posted on February 11, 2011 at 3:06 PM

LIO Fellow George Donnelly and young friend.

 

LIO Fellow pan-American activist George Donnelly has announced a call for speakers worldwide on Libertarian-interest themes of spontaneous and bottom-up social order, non-authoritarian and open source management, and stateless social communities at an innovative web "Un-Conference" whose very structure demonstrates the concept.

 

Participants will confer via web from their own homes or project venues  in a platform using some of the latest technology to encourage synergy in networking, ease of participation, open source exchange and innovation and more in a best-practice model. Tools include channels, blogs, a brainstorming wiki, and local meet-up facilitation.

 

The Un-Conference Facebook has at press attracted over 200 interested fans worldwide. Mr. Donnelly is a human rights activist  and social media consultant whose campaigns have assisted a wide variety of causes. He is also a collaborator with Thoreau Media.

 

RESOURCES:

> http://agora.io/etienne

> http://www.facebook.com/AgoraIO (Facebook)

> http://thoreaumedia.com/ and

> http://www.facebook.com/album.php?aid=44775&id=172467869430672&ref=mf Rapid Response team projects of Liberty media project

 

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Mr. Donnelly at his FB says he has helped causes such as:

 

I get stunning results for causes I care about with innovative media campaigns.

Free Pete and AdamJan 2011 to present

A mutual aid project in support of activists Pete Eyre and Adam Mueller who were caged, the former for wearing a hat, the latter for speaking the truth while court was in session. Including website, innovative and successful social media, video, fundraising drives and a national press release leading to national mainstream media coverage.

I Disobeyed an Unjust LawJan 2011 to present

Four times per year "I Disobeyed an Unjust Law" celebrates the lives of civil disobedients such as Martin Luther King, Jr, Thomas Jefferson, Henry David Thoreau and Mohandas Gandhi with social media campaigns and live streaming video interviews of modern day civil disobedients. Media includes a website, Facebook page, twitter campaign and Civil Disobedience TV.

Free ShaunJan 2011 to present

A mutual aid project in support of a comrade, including fundraising drive, funds management, social media and a website.

Agora I/O: the agorist unconferenceDec 2010 to present

Agora I/O is a new biannual un-conference where you’ll find the greatest people, ideas and tools for advancing the stateless society. You don’t want to miss this, and you don’t have to! Agora I/O is exclusively online, so you can participate from anywhere an internet signal reaches. Plus it’s free!

We Won't FlyNov 2010 to present

A project to resist federal government checkpoints in airports. Jim and I were interviewed by dozens of major national and international media outlets. Together with thousands of others, we made the TSA/DHS take a break from hurting people for a weekend. We also forced top TSA officials to appear in the media and defend their unlawful practices. Media includes a very popular website, a blog, social media campaigns, Facebook pages, real-life protests and an online TV show.

Repudiate the DebtFeb 2009 to present

A website in support of the concept that state debts are the responsibility of state officials and individuals should repudiate them.

Free Baby CheyeneOct 2010 to Nov 2010

A mutual aid project in support of a newborn baby in New Hampshire who was taken from her parents by social workers due to her father's political beliefs. Media included a website and Facebook page which served as central points of news distribution and discussion for the impromptu movement that formed. One wek after the seizure, we met with success - the baby was returned to her parents.

Coverage of Fully Informed Jury PamphletingApr 2010 to Sep 2010

A mutual aid project in support of Philadelphia area fully informed jury activists. Media included popular YouTube videos, social media promotion and a mini-documentary. I was repeatedly threatened, attacked and finally arrested by federal thugs during this project. Today, activists are subjected to considerably less harassment at the Philadelphia federal courthouse.

Open Carry MeetupIn Apr 2010

A community service and publicity event held at a public park in Plymouth Meeting, PA where an open carry activist was attacked by local thugs. Attendance was high, a lot of trash was picked up and everyone had a good time. Media included a press release that resulted in favorable local media coverage.

12 HorsesMar 2009 to Dec 2009

A mutual aid project in support of a New Hampshire couple whose horses were seized by local police and SPCA. Media included a website. The horses were eventually returned.

Eminent Domain is TheftIn Oct 2009

When local thugs in Abington, Pennsylvania sought to steal a little old lady’s property via eminent domain, I covered the resulting, and rather innovative, rally with video and text reporting. I also won an award for my letter to the editor of the local newspaper.

Free Sam DodsonApr 2009 to Jul 2009

A mutual aid project in support of Sam Dodson, who was jailed indefinitely for video taping in a public hallway. Media included a website at FreeSamDodson.com, a popular Facebook page, a CNN iReport, a professional press release with national distribution and other innovative media. Together with others, we achieved a flood of coverage for Sam, including an appearance on Fox’s Freedom Watch TV show from prison. The press release helped garner AP and Boston Globe coverage of Sam and the Free State Project, of which he is a member. After 57 days, the state gave in and released Sam.

93Days.comIn Nov 2008

A mutual aid project in support of Ian Freeman, who was jailed for 93 days for not sitting down fast enough in court. Media included a website. The activist was released by the judge after 3 days in jail.

Libertarian Party Candidates ProjectJul 2008 to Nov 2008

A catalog of Libertarian Party candidates running for office in the United States. An interactive database-backed website using Postrgres and Django.

 

 

 

 

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