It is vital that the work we make as a civil society reaches all kinds of people so we can share its positive results with everyone. We help to create events, and spread the replication of successful events far and wide in different locations.
Open source data theatre which tells the plot we (Xnet and 15MpaRato) revealed with the “Correos de Blesa” (Blesa’s Emails), some 8,000 leaked emails, which brought to light the “Black Card” scandal (read: tax-free, corporate credit card for Caja Madrid-Bankia cronies), is the story of how the so-called crisis was brought about. The play has arisen from necessity. The need to know the truth about our history at the time it is happening.
Note about funding: Xnet is an activist group; it is not a formal organisation with offices, salaries and all the rest. Its members are activists with the time & will to get involved in the project. Occasionally, Xnet promotes specific projects where funding is required. When found, this funding is used to, among other things, develop tasks that are remunerated and which costs are detailed for each activity expenses.
The maintenance of this website, and of some of the activities you can find here, have been possible thanks to grants for the promotion of social and cultural activities, coming from: