Happy Holidays!

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Information Ecology is grateful to have spent a very successful 2016 supporting the technology capacity of a wide range of movements, organizations and individuals doing exceptional change making work across the globe, even in the face of an increasingly challenging political environment.

We are wishing our entire community a peaceful, restorative and joyous winter solstice season and strength to meet the challenges of 2017.

We will be officially closed from December 23rd, 2016 until January 3th, 2017 to make space for our own restorative activities.

We look forward to stepping back into our work in January and will be responding to emails, voicemail messages and other inquiries at that time.

In the meantime don’t hesitate to use our contact form to get in touch and expect a reply in the first week of 2017.

Jonah & Lisa from Information Ecology

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We are a technology capacity-building consultancy serving progressive organizations.

Information Ecology, LLC, brings together social justice values and technical chops; our work is tempered by whole-systems sensibilities, rooted in years of alliance with grassroots and direct action organizations, forged in classrooms and datacenters, and enriched by time spent studying permaculture design.

We offer a range of services to support organizations in making sound technology choices; building the internal capacity to implement and manage their chosen systems; and using technology to better meet their missions. If your organization is looking to better build power, win campaigns, or make change using information systems—contact us now!

We are committed to helping all organizations regardless of size, budget, or technology experience to raise the overall capacity of the social justice sector. Stay tuned to this site as we will be using it to release all the best practices, templates, and other materials we generate in our engagements under a Creative Commons license for your use or to share with your movements, peers, and colleagues.

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