Digital Justice House
This is a great opportunity for both managers and employees to learn about practical things they can do right now to improve the health of their teams and organizations.
Join Team CommUNITY on December 13th at 9am EST / 2pm UTC for the presentation of the NEW Digital Justice Everyday Organizational Policy toolkit. This is a great opportunity for both managers and employees to learn about practical things they can do right now to improve the health of their teams and organizations.
Digital Justice Everyday Organizational Policy Toolkit
Who: Danae Tapia, Global Community Manager, Team CommUNITY
Date: Tuesday, December 13th
Time: 9am EST / 2pm UTC (what time is it in my city?)
The pandemic has contributed to the significant deterioration of mental health of people working in digital rights. This is causing a drastic increase in burnout, conflicts on teams, loss of talent, and ultimately preventing us from advancing human rights goals.
While therapy is a crucial aspect of healing, to address the current mental health crisis, it must be accompanied by structural changes at the very organizations that make up the digital rights field. Failing to do so, critically endangers the future and sustainability of our field.
Digital Justice Every Day toolkit focuses on three organizational policies that, if properly implemented, can bring dramatic and almost immediate results to teams, people and work. They include four day work week, right to disconnect and unlimited vacations.
In addition, learn about upcoming research and work which will be done through Team CommUNITY’s newest initiative, Digital Justice House, lead by the Global Community Manager, Danae Tapia. Also, learn how this initiative can support both employees and managers implement these policies for their own context!
For more detalis about the event click here.
Danae Tapia is a feminist writer, multimedia artist and technologist born in the Chilean working class. Danae is the founder of The Digital Witchcraft Institute, her fellowship with the Mozilla Foundation and an arts organization where she leads projects that fall at the intersection of posthuman technology, deep migrations and climate justice. She is also a lecturer of Hacking and Autonomous Practices at the Willem de Kooning Academy in Rotterdam, Netherlands
In the past, Danae has been a project director in activist organizations dedicated to technology and human rights, such as the Riseup Collective in the US, Coding Rights in Brazil and Derechos Digitales in Chile. She has a bachelor degree in social communication from Universidad de Chile, a master of science in management from the University of Bristol and a research master in comparative literary studies from Utrecht University.