Global Project Teams are Groups of Members, organized by Team Coordinators, working with a specific Project or Projects.
Teams generally take two forms : Global Teams and Regional Teams.
Global Teams are teams which work on central Movement Projects which relate to the entire global organization. There are Currently 6 Global Teams and each Team has its own set of participatory guidelines/processes.
Linguistic Team International
The Linguistic Team's primary goal is to make the movement's vast resources, media and documentation readily available to all the world's people in all known languages. To accomplish this incredibly huge task, we need a diverse group of individuals from every language to help collaboratively transcribe, proofread and translate this material into those languages. The global Linguistic Team has a valuable collection of tools at its disposal and an effective work flow to provide accuracy, consistency and comprehensibility in everything we present as a unified, global movement. Every book, video, radio show, interview and website falls into the LingTeam's domain for review, making it a critical component within the movement.?This Team is open for anyone who wishes to help with English transcriptions, English proofreading, video subtitle timestamp refinement, translations (all languages), translation proofreading, multimedia development (DVD makers, video splicing, cover art, etc.) and more.
Team coordinator: Ray (Gman)
Working location: LTI 'Working' Forums (home to all language teams): Linguistic Team International Forum
Wiki working location: Linguistic Team wiki
All Language Team Contacts: Contact info
Newsletter/Press Release Team
The Newsletter/Press Release Tseam works to create periodic publications for public/member review. As of now, the Team produces a Bi-Monthly Newsletter. Press Releases naturally relate to The Movement in general, along with commentary on current global events. ?This NL/PR Team is coordinated by a small set of core full time reviewers, which included Neil Kiernman, Brandy Hume and others. This core, appointment only group, works to review submitted materials. However, in effect, the real "Team" is the open, ongoing member content submissions of articles for review and possible publication. If you would like to contribute a Newsletter article or you have an idea/article for a press release about specific current events, please submit to the email below.
Team coordinator: Brandy Hume
Working location: http://blog.thezeitgeistmovement.com/
The Zeitgeist Movement's Technology Team is an information and action oriented hub which aims to inform as many people as possible about the current advancements and capabilities of science and technology. Technology is rapidly developing -- faster than many of us realize -- and with this in mind, we aim to provide a clear picture of just how quickly this is happening through daily reporting of developments and breakthroughs around the world via our website, zeitnews.org and via local and global technical projects (listed on the ZeitNews website). ?It is not just sufficient to talk about advancement, but it is also imperative that we come together and apply this to the world we live in, as a way to help mankind evolve to the next socio-economic level. We hope to actively engage as many people as possible in recognizing that our current technological development is far more advanced than the majority of humans currently realize. By raising awareness of emerging technologies that can free humans from unnecessary work, while practically and efficiently providing for all with minimal, if any, human effort, we hope to build a global understanding of how this technology can improve everyday life for human beings -- making the human species much more likely to achieve its productive and innovative potential.
Team coordinator: Pending
Working location: ZeitNews
Official Chapters are recognized by TZM as self-motivated groups of individuals that support The Zeitgeist Movement and align with our tenets and goals. Chapters are focused on awareness activism, related projects and public interaction.
To join a chapter, please check the list below to see if there is a chapter in your country or area.
You can join a chapter by registering on their respective website.
If you have a chapter submission to submit, please contact: