The Zeitgeist Movement
The 12th Annual ZDay
The 2020 Main Event took take place in
Saturday November 28th, 2020
The 12th Annual Global ‘Zeitgeist Day’ in 2020 in Reykjavík, Iceland!
Due to the Covid19 pandemic the event had been delayed to the 28th November and became a purely online event.
Thank you all for a great main event:
This was a unique and eye-opening Z-Day event presented by The Zeitgeist Movement – Iceland, the very first global TZM event ever held in the country and first being purely online.
Facebook Event: https://www.facebook.com/events/569630620225604/
Hvað er TZM? Lesa meira hérna!
— Main Event —
— After Party Live Stream Starts —
Einar Bergmundur has been a manager, web and app developer, consultant on technical solutions and system integration. He has been involved working for RÚV as a cameraman in earlier days, Head IT for the Iceland Academy of the Arts and has been a board member of Almannaheill – Samtök þriðja geirans. Today he is a board member of Vinstrihreyfingin – grænt framboð and is a founder and executive manager of Ábending.
His intentions have always been using the best knowledge and experience to make useful data and information accessible to the common public in understandable, visual manner. So people can have informed opinion and thus strengthen democracy in the society.
Clifford Frei is an activist of human rights, environmental protection, Internet freedom and privacy, plus the co-founder of The Zeitgeist Movement in Germany.
He has a background computer science, graphic art and linguistics.
His involvement in the movement first began in Berlin during his studies when the movement was first founded. He along with other TZM activists created a lot of the framework, projects and events that have been co-created in an open-source format throughout the rest of the movement. He has been globally active in the movement whilst locally involved with TZM Germany, Austria, Switzerland, Sweden, Ukraine and Iceland.
Other involvements of his have been in sustainable & ecological development of architecture, cultural & art performances, as well as emission-free, ecological cargo sailing.
Question and Answers
Andrea Sigríður Jónsdóttir is a well-known radio host and record player, who has been honored as Iceland’s rock grandmother by the media. She started working as a proofreader at Þjóðviljan in 1972 and worked there for more than a decade. In 1984 she started directing her own show on Channel 2 of Icelandic TV network.
Andrea received the Knight’s Cross of the Icelandic Falcon Word in 2018 for her contribution to the promotion of Icelandic and foreign popular music.
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