United Kollektives Groups and Contacts
Indymedia UK is a network of groups and volunteers across the country. UK stands for United Kollektives :-). Here's a list of contact details - the choice is all yours:
You can get in touch with local groups and project subgroups, or check out the general lists, where the entire UK network is listening.
Please be aware that most lists are publicly archived, which means that anyone can read your mail online.
- General Discussion
- Private Mails
- Project Subgroups
Please submit reports using the Publish Page. If you are experiencing technical problems you can ask for help on the Indymedia UK Techs list - please be as descriptive as possible (note the list is publicly archived).
To take part in general discussion please subscribe to our publicly archived imc-uk list but most of running of imcuk takes place elsewhere. Private Mails
If you don't want your mail being read online, mail to our contact list (see section "more contacts").
Subgroups are collaborating on several work lists. If you want to contribute to print, text, audio or other specific projects, you can contact the subgroups directly on their email lists. All of them are publicly archived. Click on the list of your choice to see details on its contact page.
generates the "features" on the middle column of the UK site. Stories are proposed and discussed in a collective process, and all that relates to editorial tasks and policy for the site.
work list where video projects and public screenings (cinemas or other places) are worked on. plus a list for incoming mail (private archive). More resources on the video page.
London radio project
work lists for radio projects, broadcasting on FM, streams etc. More resources on the radio page.
to discuss and organise outreach to the wider public, for example indymedia presence at public events, public access points, stalls, open meetings, mailings.
also the list where the print projects like Offline are worked on
pooling tech resources for development, documentation and troubleshooting. Also co-ordinate work on templates for MIR content management system the site uses.
Local IMCs in the UK
You can get in touch with local Indymedia groups through their email lists. They are all publicly archived. Some groups have their own Indymedia website on imc-uk or elsewhere, some are just developing. Click on "website" to check them out.
- Bristol DIY community news service in Bristol (UK) website | list
- Birmingham list
- Cambridge list
- Lancaster list
- Northern England website | list
- London list
- Liverpool list
- Manchester list
- Nottinghamshire list
- Oxford list
- Scotland website | legacy IMCUK Scotland subsection| list
- Sheffield list
- Southcoast list
- York list
- Wales imc-wales list (developing collective to run sub section on imc-uk) | indycymru list (set up and ran own website which is now offline but may return)
- West Country list
- West Midlands list
More IMCs coming if people get involved to make them happen
Cross-communication in the United Kollektives
Some discussions are concerning all IMC-groups in the UK. If you want to find out more, check:
Any proposal for changes on the imc-uk site or working practices should be submitted and discussed here.
This is a hub for all the imc groups in the UK. Plans for meetings, first ideas for projects etc.
If you want to get involved but this page isn't helping much in making up your mind, check out Getting Involved at global Indymedia. If you register to the page, a trust-worthy person (probably one of us :-) will contact you privately and try to give a better idea.
The world's imc-mailing lists
The global Indymedia project operates through a system of email lists, dedicated to geographical areas or specific projects. See the world's complete list of imc mailing lists.
If you don't want your mail being read online, mail to imc-uk-contact at lists.indymedia.org. Your mail then goes to a privately archived list, only volunteers of imc-uk can read it online.
Email, if not encrypted, should be thought of as a postcard. Even postings to private lists that are not publicly archived can be read by the authorities. For internet privacy tools check epic.org. Postings to publicly archived lists can be found through a search engine (like google) very easily. Try this google search to see how google indexes list archives.
To prevent spam, email adresses on this page are given in the format name at domain.org, not in the usual email@example.com format.
United Kollektives, 25.06.2003 23:53