isn’t just about the physical environment. Sometimes it’s about the attitude of the people inside.”

The Trans Dimension Guide to Inclusive Events is an invaluable tool for anyone organising events for trans people who cares about making their space more accessible. Available as a PDF download from the GFSC website or to purchase from

1 was a one day online un-conference about 'un-tech'. We collaboratively explored technology, society and community in a critical light, while leaving space for possibility and imagining better futures.

The documentation zine is available now, either as a PDF from our website or as a physical copy from We break down the themes we explored during the un-conference, and present key takeaways from each talk or discussion.

Our publications are now listed on Pen Fight!

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Head on through to get your hands on the Resistance Lab Taser Report (2020), UnTechCon 1 documentation zine (2023), The Trans Dimension Guide to Inclusive Events (2022) or a snazzy Trans Dimension enamel pin

What do this chair, David Bowie, the Royal Festival Hall and H. Stain Jewellers have in common?

They all inspired the design of our recent local history project, The Towers: A History of Summervale and Crossbank!

Our recent Design Diary #3 blog post explores all of the intricacies of our design process, and how we chose to display a whole bunch of interesting, yet super different, stories together.

Over the past year, we’ve been working with residents and neighbours of Summervale and Crossbank towers in Oldham, to capture their stories of what it was like to live and work in and around the towers. The result of that work is finally public, and you can explore it by going to!

What happens when those making the decisions don’t actually have any connection to the the fund is looking to support?

In a new episode of the Geeks for Social Change , Dr Kim Foale and Rachele Evaroa share ‘Everything we want to tell you about your funding scheme...

What makes communities so difficult to reach for digital inclusion and local history projects? In our new blog post, we take a dive into the obstacles we faced when working with a housing association to put together a digital community history project in Oldham.


Reminder that UnTechCon is THIS SATURDAY! You can find all the details about the event here: including Eventbrite sign up page, schedule, code of conduct, FAQS etc. We can't wait to see you there!

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Geeks for Social Change are working towards a fairer society using activism, technology, and research. We welcome friends and acquaintances of the studio to join our server.