Participants: Discourse

Béatrice Achaleke
  • 24.10.2010

Béatrice Achaleke is the funding Executive Director of AFRA - International Center for Black Women’s Perspectives (), Initiator of the 1st Black European Women’s Congress, Vienna 2007 and the Black European Women’s Council ( In... [more]


Clemens Apprich
  • 23.10.2010

Clemens Apprich is a PhD student of Cultural History and Theory at the Humboldt-University of Berlin. His dissertation project deals with net cultures of the early 1990s. As a former member of the media-art-platform Public Netbase and editor of... [more]


Gerald Bäck
  • 25.10.2010

Gerald Bäck studied tele-communications at the University of Applied Sciences St. Pölten and dealt for ten years with the challenges of media monitoring in Austria. In addition, he is running his own political blog and a corresponding... [more]


Frederick Baker
  • 24.10.2010

Dr. Frederick Baker is a 45 year old Austrian-British film-maker, who was born in Salzburg, and brought up in London. He studied Anthropology and Archaeology at St Johns College, Cambridge, Tübingen and Sheffield Universities. He has been... [more]


Nnimmo Bassey
  • 21.10.2010

Nnimmo Bassey is a Nigerian human/environmental rights activist who is the Executive Director of the Environmental Rights Action (ERA) – Nigeria’s foremost environmental rights advocacy group. He is also chair of the Friends of the Earth... [more]


Mike Bonanno of The Yes Men
  • 21.10.2010

The Yes Men have been called "the Jonathan Swift of the Jackass generation" by author Naomi Klein. They pose as corporate bigwigs, infiltrate the world of big business, and scandalize unsuspecting audiences in ways that shame the... [more]


Mercedes Bunz
  • 25.10.2010

Dr. Mercedes Bunz is a digital thinker, and lives in London. In 2009 Alan Rusbridger offered her to work as the Guardian's technology reporter; before she was the online editor-in-chief of the Berlin based newspaper Tagesspiegel, and the... [more]