(de) xm:lab ist Mitglied in der euro-mediterranen Anna-Lindh-Stiftung für den Dialog zwischen den Kulturen. Sie hat den Auftrag, den interkulturellen Dialog zwischen den Ländern der Europäischen Union und den übrigen Anrainerstaaten des Mittelmeeres zu fördern. Die Stiftung versteht sich als ein Netzwerk der Netzwerke, in dem mittlerweile über 4.000 Mitgliedsorganisationen in 43 Mitgliedstaaten zusammengeschlossen sind, die sich über ihre Arbeit austauschen und gemeinsame Projekte durchführen.

 

(en) xm:lab is a member of the Anna Lindh Foundation. The purpose of the Anna Foundation is to bring people together from across the Mediterranean to improve mutual respect between cultures and to support civil society working for a common future of the Region. Through its action and reflection the ALF aims to contribute to the development of an Intercultural Strategy for the Euro-Mediterranean Region, providing recommendations to decision-makers and institutions and advocating for shared values.

(de) xm:lab ist Teil des internationalen Connecting Cities Network. Connecting Cities ist ein europäisches (weltweit expandierendes) Netzwerk mit dem Ziel, eine vernetzte Infrastruktur von Medienfassaden, Urban Screens und anderer Projektionsorte zu schaffen, um künstlerische und soziale Inhalte in Umlauf zu bringen. Im Gegensatz zu kommerziellen Nutzungen dieser städtischen Medienplattformen verstehen Mitglieder sie als Bürgerplattformen, um den Austausch vor Ort wie auch unter den Netzwerkstandorten zu unterstützen.

 

(en) xm:lab is a member of the Connecting Cities Network. Connecting Cities is a European (expanding worldwide) network aiming to build up a connected infrastructure of media facades, urban screens and projection sites to circulate artistic and social content. In opposition to the commercial use of these urban media, members establish them as platforms on which citizens can exchange – within the city as much as between cities. We will set up and test this infrastructure of Urban Media Facades through a series of Connecting Cities events, workshops, conferences and artists’ programmes like research residencies and mobile urban media labs. These process-oriented interventions and public activities constitute the heart of Connecting Cities.

(de) xm:lab ist Mitglied im  Good Electronics Network. In diesem Netzwerk engagieren sich Menschenrechtsorganisationen, Gewerkschaften, Umweltverbände, Universitäten und Einzelpersonen aus der ganzen Welt für Nachhaltigkeit in der globalen Elektronikindustrie.

 

(en) xm:lab is a member of the Good Electronics Network. The network consists of a coordination point, a steering committee and a network of participants consisting of human rights organisations, labour rights organisations, environmental organisations, trade unions, universities and individuals from Brazil, Canada, China, Congo, Europe, Hong Kong, Hungary, India, Indonesia, Malaysia, Mexico, Thailand, The Philippines, Singapore and the USA. The common aim of the GoodElectronics members is to contribute to human rights and sustainability in the global electronics sector.

The research & development unit of Mokolo, a pan-African initiative driven by a vision of increasing the availability and visibility of information about African film / visual media and supporting its online distribution. Members of mokolo.labs represent international education / research organizations, software development / design companies, and technology hubs from across Africa and Europe.

 

Currently operating as a working group at xm:lab, mokolo.labs focuses on the creation of open educational resources related to the development of open video (courses; handbooks on frameworks and end-user-technologies), the comparative assessment of software tools and platforms, and the co-development of professionalization workshops to bring together artists and coders interested in the future online / mobile video. mokolo.labs supports the development of affordable solutions to address African realities in areas such as bandwidth diversity, networking, training, and translation.