Scio me nihie scire ~ Socrates

 

【哲學星期五@台北】―「經濟民主的共生策略-工會結盟合作經濟的想像」―2019/07/26 (五) 19:30@慕哲咖啡館

 

工會是促使經濟分配平等化的關鍵力量,工會象徵的團結更是推動社會進步的引導力量。檢視各國工會發展歷程,隨組織的壯大經常可見包括結合或支持經濟民主的專業合作社,共推社區型團結經濟。除了關注社會使命,工會在強化會員的多元服務也會導入合作模式,例如全國金融業工會聯合總會與新加坡職工總會交流時也發現,工會自行組織平價消費合作社、健康保險及托兒所合作社,對於會員服務需求及組織向心力的強化,也有不小的影響力。

 

這種結合合作網絡凝聚內部團結,以及推動經濟民主與社會團結的使命,是否有機會成為我國工會下一階級的發展借鏡?【哲學星期五@台北】與【台灣勞工陣線】、【主婦聯盟合作社】,邀請長期鑽研各國工會發展趨勢的研究者張烽益執行長,以及與各國工會保有密切互動的全國金融業工會聯合總會祕書長韓仕賢,共同分享國外工會組織的合作發展趨

勢。邀請對此議題有興趣的民眾一同參與討論。

 

(感謝【青平台】、【慕哲咖啡館X左轉有書】贊助場地,本活動自由入場、無需報名;無強制性消費,但是鼓勵大家在店內消費。)

 

【時間】2019年7月26日(五) 19:30-21:30

【地點】Café Philo 慕哲咖啡館 地下沙龍

【地址】台北市紹興北街 3 號 B1(捷運板南線,善導寺站 6 號出口)

【主持】洪敬舒│台灣勞工陣線主任、貧窮經濟研究者

【主講】韓仕賢│全國金融業工會聯合總會祕書長

張烽益│台灣勞動與社會政策研究協會執行長

 

【主辦】台灣勞工陣線、主婦聯盟合作社、哲學星期五志工團、青平台,慕哲社會企業

 

【策劃行政】廖健苡、黃昭華、吳豐維、梁家瑜、葉浩、蕭育和【海報設計】徐名慧、楊郁婷、林亭萱、徐清恬【開場主持】廖品嵐【錄音】汪業政、汪業翔【攝影】梁家瑜、楊依陵、黃謙賢【直播】林士傑【摘要】賴韋蓁、林安冬、江博緯【網管】黃昭華【行政協力】黃彥傑、獨角獸

 

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【哲學星期五@台中】─「蘆葦戰爭:慰安婦阿嬤的故事」2019/7/26(五)19:30-21:30

 

第二次世界大戰期間,約有二十餘萬的亞洲女性,遭日本軍隊或與「慰安所」經營相關的掮客以詐騙、強擄、徵召等方式,使其成為軍人宣洩慾望的工具,許多人的處境等同奴隸。「慰安婦」議題包括了殖民帝國的種族歧視、父權社會的性別壓迫,以及戰爭中極端的陽剛特質,使得戰場下的女性或慰安婦被去除「人」的存在,被物化成為獎勵軍隊的「戰利品」。

 

性暴力、性宰制與長期的剝奪人身自由,不僅對身體造成侵害,更會使精神承受嚴重創傷。「慰安婦」不是日本帝國專有的制度,相似的情形更是一再重演於戰場或高壓統治的社會之中。政府除了向受害人道歉、補償以外,還須承認制度是建立在性別和種族的偏見與迫害之上。政府與人民皆須理解這樣的傷害不是戰爭的必要之惡,才有可能同理與補償受害人的遭遇及傷口,未來的人類世界,不該也不可以再重蹈如此殘忍的覆轍。

 

【時間】2019/7/26(五)19:30~21:30

【地點】好民文化行動協會

【地址】台中市西區民權路53巷10號

【主持】黃小奈│哲學星期五@台中志工

【與談】王湘雯│阿嬤家—和平與女性人權館 展覽教育組 專員

【主辦】 台中同志遊行聯盟、哲學星期五@台中志工團

 

【策劃行政】楊育庭、林俞辰、陳燕琪【海報設計】賴怡伶、蘇雅慧【開場主持】黃小奈【攝/錄影】廖家瑞、方惠閔【行政協力】許文烽、許淑惠、蔡翌偵、 梁宇軒、江品宣、 洪賜齡

 

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【哲學「」星期五@紐約】Taiwanese Waves Summer Talk: Women in Music 2019/07/28

 

** The panel is part of

 

 Taiwanese Waves Look Back  A Pop-Up Exhibition **

https://www.facebook.com/events/869297703426894/

 Summer Talk: Women in Music

亞裔女性在音樂產業

#TaiwaneseBaes

Showing your creative and your talent is not always easy. Sometimes, you need to work hard and get some good luck. For Asian women, they further face many unbelievable struggling and challenges from this social structure.

The challenges include the culture conflicts among the different population or some discrimination labels on women. We are glad to have these four Asian women from the Music industry. They all are well known and having achievements.

However, there are many challenges in this process. Their stories and experiences inspired many people; we sincerely invite you to join this panel and share your thoughts.

 

創作這件事,發生在文學、發生在音樂、發生在各個領域。而在音樂創作的世界中,他是怎樣被激盪的?當你是一位女性音樂工作者,在音樂產業中的悠遊,從外人來看是如此才華洋溢,但是每個夜晚,苦思靈感,這背後有多少不為人知的秘密與心酸?

困境和挑戰生命的奮鬥,發生在那些已成名的人身上,其實也發生在你、我,每個人身上,每個人都用自己生命去驗證去發生著。當你是一位女性音樂工作者,在音樂產業中的悠遊,從外人來看是如此光鮮亮麗,卻可能因為性別的關係遇到許多辛酸故事,這這背後有多少不為人知的秘密與心酸?

但是面對心酸與困境,我們邀請到四位亞裔女性,他們在這音樂產業中是怎樣去面對這些挑戰跟困境,他們是怎樣激盪他們的生命歷程與靈感。我們歡迎你一起加入我們與這四位女性音樂人的的討論與對話之中。

 

 Time: July 28th 2:30PM

 LocationCanal Street Market (265 Canal St, New York, NY 10013)

 Free to Public, Will speak in English

 

Speaker

Mia Min Yen –

Founder & Curator of Taiwanese Waves

https://medium.com/%E6%88%91%E6%98%AF%E9%A6%AC%E4%B8%96%E8%8A%B3/mia-yen-68c281455030

Originally from Taipei, Mia Min Yen has spent the last decade in New York. Working as a concert curator, music photographer and artist manager, Yen is best known for hosting the annual Taiwanese Waves showcase at SummerStage, and numerous tours for indie artists from Taiwan in the U.S. under “Taiwanese Waves presents”.

She has also been selected as photo crew for SXSW and CMJ. Yen has always have a passion in artist development. And in recent years, she started to do management for artists such as 9m88, Elephant Gym and Sunset Rollercoaster.

 

9m88 –

https://www.facebook.com/pg/9m88baba/about/?ref=page_internal

9m88 aka. Baba is a Taiwan-raised, New York-based musician. After arriving in New York as a Jazz voice major, she has broadened her interest in various genres of music, including Jazz, R&B, Pop, and Free Improvisation.

Baba is also known for infusing her music with vivid and retro visuals. Her lyrics usually deal with personal bitter-sweet stories on a daily basis. The release of her 7-inch vinyl “Nine Head Hinano”, including a cover of City Pop classic “Plastic Love”, has helped her increase followers over the world.

9m88 is now working on her debut album <Beyond Mediocrity> independently, which will be released in August 2019.

 

Sophie Lu –

https://www.linkedin.com/in/sophie-lu-2a502b2b/

http://sophie-lu.com/about

Sophie Lu is a Taiwanese musician, composer based in New York. She is known for combining classical and electronic music and for an unconventional approach to the piano.

She has crafted soundtracks for stories told across advertising, theatre, film and video games. Her work, a series of animated shorts for #metoo movement were featured by HBO and screened at the Sundance Film Festival 2019.

 

Yiling Lin –

https://www.linkedin.com/in/yiling-lin-20079441/

Yiling Lin is a music business/arts management professional who hails from Tainan, Taiwan. Lin graduated from New York University with a master’s degree in Performing Arts Administration.

She spent the last four years as a talent buyer/programming manager at the Blue Note, where she worked with such notable acts as Chick Corea, Robert Glasper, Bilal, Talib Kweli, Leehom Wang, Wu Bai, and many others. Lin currently lives in Brooklyn, New York.

 

Moderator

Leo –

https://www.leoyuningchang.com/

Leo Yu-Ning Chang is a New York-based bilingual actor, singer, emcee, and educator originally from Taiwan. Recently, Leo starred in the Off-Broadway production of Revelation: The Musical.

This year, Leo is honored to be emceeing Taiwanese Waves at Summerstage for the third time. M.F.A in Musical Theatre from San Diego State University.

 

** The panel is part of

 

 Taiwanese Waves Look Back  A Pop Up Exhibition

https://www.facebook.com/events/869297703426894/

 

 Exhibition Open Hours:

7/27 (Saturday) 11am -8pm

7/28 (Sunday) 11am-6pm

Hostr:

Taiwanese Waves

Café Philo @ NY

 

Crew:

Planning - Feng-Yi, Lanty Ho, Mia Min Yen

Tech Support - Chiehping Chen, Yu-Ting Feng

Visual - Yi-Xuan Lu

Special thanks to:

Ed Liu, Leo Chang, 9m88, Sophie Lu, Yiling Lin, Cat Mint Wheelcake, Canal Street Market

 

 

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