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Deliverology destroys service: Professor John Seddon addresses the faculty of California State University

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With P2P: Spain's 'citizen candidates' shake up politics | P2P Foundation

With P2P: Spain's 'citizen candidates' shake up politics | P2P Foundation | Peer2Politics | Scoop.it
"The most realistic option is to combine electoral democracy with new forms of deliberative and participative democracy".
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He should create new political party. http://www.siyasat.pk/
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German Ministers Call for EU-Wide Ban on Monsanto's Deadly Glyphosate Herbicide (Roundup)

German Ministers Call for EU-Wide Ban on Monsanto's Deadly Glyphosate Herbicide (Roundup) | Peer2Politics | Scoop.it

Monsanto may be expanding its operations in the United States, but elsewhere, lawmakers, scientists, activists and ordinary citizens are increasingly questioning (and in many cases banning) the introduction of GM crops, along with the use of the glyphosate herbicide (Monsanto’s Roundup).

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The fragile beauty of peer-to-peer activism: The public campaign for the rights of media consumers in South Korea

In South Korea, the oligopoly of three conservative media conglomerates, popularly dubbed Chojoongdong, has been identified as a hindrance to the country’s democratic consolidation. This issue came to the fore during the mass candlelight protests in Seoul in 2008 against the then newly elected conservative government’s resumption of American beef imports despite public concern over the credibility of US food regulation. Born out of the beef protests was a peer-to-peer (P2P) network of individual citizens who called for media reform, condemning what they saw as Chojoongdong’s biased dominance of public discourse. Based on an ethnographic study of the inception and evolution of this digitally mediated network, Eonsoju, from 2008 to 2013, this article discusses the spatial opportunities and institutional challenges of digital activism. Eonsoju initially demonstrated a considerable potential of a P2P model for activism, but it soon had to compromise its structural and operational strengths due to legal pressures.

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In the country of Tintin: David Bollier's Encounter with the Commons in Belgium | P2P Foundation

In the country of Tintin: David Bollier's Encounter with the Commons in Belgium | P2P Foundation | Peer2Politics | Scoop.it
Via David Bollier: (go to the original article for many interesting links) “Interest in the commons in Belgium is much stronger than I had imagined. At an environmental symposium in Brussels on Friday, the organizers of “The Commons: (Co)managing Commonly Owned Resources,” had to turn away people at the door. It was standing room only …
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Commons conquer Barcelona! A victory for David over Goliath | P2P Foundation

Commons conquer Barcelona! A victory for David over Goliath | P2P Foundation | Peer2Politics | Scoop.it
Ada Colau an activist against housing evictions "evicts" usual politicians from Barcelona city hall.
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Michel Bauwens presents P2P to the French Senate | P2P Foundation

Michel Bauwens presents P2P to the French Senate | P2P Foundation | Peer2Politics | Scoop.it
Michel Bauwens présente P2P au Sénat Français Mai 2015
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The Meaning of the Paris Commune | P2P Foundation

The Meaning of the Paris Commune | P2P Foundation | Peer2Politics | Scoop.it
What can the Paris Commune offer to present struggles for emancipation?
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The Way We Were: Why the Future of Work Will Be So Different | The Future of Work... unlimited

The Way We Were: Why the Future of Work Will Be So Different | The Future of Work... unlimited | Peer2Politics | Scoop.it
We have just celebrated Memorial Day weekend in the United States.
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Essay of the Day: Do-It-Yourself Biology and the Rise of Citizen Biotech-Economies | P2P Foundation

Essay of the Day: Do-It-Yourself Biology and the Rise of Citizen Biotech-Economies | P2P Foundation | Peer2Politics | Scoop.it
In order to set up a laboratory in a garage, people depend on a multitude of objects, networks, and people. They heavily depend on other people interested in do-it-yourself biology, they rely on scientific institutions (even if indirectly), they rely on the sharing of information, on the circulation of objects, on Internet platforms, on emails, …
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From 'Occupying' A Spanish Bank To City Hall: Barcelona's New Mayor - NPR

The status quo took a hit in Spanish elections over the weekend. A major upset came in Barcelona with a win by Ada Colau, a prominent activist who fought evictions during Spain's economic crisis.
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Gar Alperovitz on Democratic Planning, the Market and the State | P2P Foundation

Gar Alperovitz on Democratic Planning, the Market and the State | P2P Foundation | Peer2Politics | Scoop.it
Gar Alperovitz, cooperativist and advocate of the Next System Project, is interviewed by Geoff Gilbert: “* You consistently return to economic planning as necessary for any system seeking stability, for both the entire economy and for communities. Can you explain our current system of backdoor corporate planning? Every area you look at, either tax or …
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The Sharing Economy and The Public Good, Part 1

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Who wins, who loses and what's destined to change if a sharing economy is sustainable: business, society or the state? This is a special 2-part event produced by IDEAS in partnership with The Munk School of Global Affairs.
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Naomi Klein’s lessons for the Green movement - Green European Journal

Naomi Klein’s lessons for the Green movement - Green European Journal | Peer2Politics | Scoop.it
If the Green movement is to change the status quo, it will have to change too. The interrelationship between the plundering of the earth and the exploitation of people requires a much more principled and more consistent struggle against the capitalist system than we have seen in recent decades.
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Chris Hedges: ‘The system of global capitalism is breaking down’

Chris Hedges: ‘The system of global capitalism is breaking down’ | Peer2Politics | Scoop.it
Looking down the road, the Pulitzer Prize-winning author, most recently of Wages of Rebellion, sees nothing but trouble
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Towards a new municipal agenda in Spain

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What the Spanish media ignore about this new generation of activist-politicians is why they became famous enough to put on a ballot in the first place: their roots in prominent local struggles and their willingness to spearhead radical democratic participation.
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The fragile beauty of peer-to-peer activism: The public campaign for the rights of media consumers in South Korea

In South Korea, the oligopoly of three conservative media conglomerates, popularly dubbed Chojoongdong, has been identified as a hindrance to the country’s democratic consolidation. This issue came to the fore during the mass candlelight protests in Seoul in 2008 against the then newly elected conservative government’s resumption of American beef imports despite public concern over the credibility of US food regulation. Born out of the beef protests was a peer-to-peer (P2P) network of individual citizens who called for media reform, condemning what they saw as Chojoongdong’s biased dominance of public discourse. Based on an ethnographic study of the inception and evolution of this digitally mediated network, Eonsoju, from 2008 to 2013, this article discusses the spatial opportunities and institutional challenges of digital activism. Eonsoju initially demonstrated a considerable potential of a P2P model for activism, but it soon had to compromise its structural and operational strengths due to legal pressures.

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Pope Francis makes Tea Party heads explode: Why Steve King & Louie Gohmert have it in for the pontiff

Pope Francis makes Tea Party heads explode: Why Steve King & Louie Gohmert have it in for the pontiff | Peer2Politics | Scoop.it
GOP members are worried about what Pope Francis will say in his speech to Congress, and it's great
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3D printed precious metal science jewelry that benefits open science curriculum

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3D printed precious metal science jewelry that benefits open science curriculum http://t.co/hrvM6XMQEa http://t.co/LhBRrI8Z1E
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New Film Documentary, “Seeing the Forest” | P2P Foundation

New Film Documentary, “Seeing the Forest” | P2P Foundation | Peer2Politics | Scoop.it
"The process has focused on a shared goal – the restoration of salmon in the streams and rivers." David Bollier reviews "Seeing the Forest", a documentary.
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Collaborative Economy - Future of Work?

Collaborative Economy - Future of Work? | Peer2Politics | Scoop.it
Watch the interview with Rachel Botsman on the advantages and the the downsides of a collaborative economy
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Montreal plans to become a Smart City with free WiFi and open data - MobileSyrup.com

Montreal plans to become a Smart City with free WiFi and open data - MobileSyrup.com | Peer2Politics | Scoop.it
A new Montreal is upon us By 2017, Montreal plans to become a Smart City, will be "unleashing municipal data" and rollout free WiFi
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Making Co-op Principles contemporary - Indian Cooperative

Making Co-op Principles contemporary - Indian Cooperative | Peer2Politics | Scoop.it
The Seven Cooperative Principles all cooperatives swear by globally and which came in handy to the Supreme Court of India in disposing an important case of
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Chris Anderson - Free: The Future of a Radical Price

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Chris Anderson, the groundbreaking author of the Long Tail visits the RSA to outline a dramatic new change in the way our economy functions.
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Agents of Alternatives – Re-designing Our Realities about to be published in Helsinki

Agents of Alternatives – Re-designing Our Realities about to be published in Helsinki | Peer2Politics | Scoop.it

Agents of Alternatives – Re-designing Our Realities is an independently published open book exploring the visions, actions, tools and impacts of change agents, thinkers and ‘happeners’ (those who make things happen!). It shows the creative processes and tools for designing positive societal transitions. These transitions are revealed by showing the new hybrid relationships being forged between alternative approaches to learning, living, making, socialising, thinking and working.

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