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Revision as of 14:22, 21 November 2011

Working groups are teams of people within the Occupation, each focused on a particular area or task. These groups are the organs supporting the body of the Occupation. Within them you will find resources, discussions, and courses of action in every field.

Working groups are open, which means anyone can help out, including you! Like the Occupation as a whole, working groups are run as horizontal democracies, using consensus decision-making and holding publically accessible meetings. To join or volunteer with a working group, see its wiki page for contact information and meeting times.

An alphabetized list of working groups: