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on peer-to-peer dynamics in politics, the economy and organizations
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Procomuns Plenary 5: why decentralization is relevant | P2P Foundation

Video panel exploring questions of why decentralization is relevant. The session addressed this topic with examples from projects like D-CENT and Pump.io, as well as the digital social innovation ecosystem in Europe. There was also a presentation about the European strategy for Collective Awareness Platforms and distributed infrastructures. Featuring David Rozas, Loretta Anania, Irina Bolychevsky,... Continue reading →
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P2P Foundation Wins Golden Nica from Prix Ars Electronica | P2P Foundation

What exactly is the P2P Foundation? I consider it an invaluable resource of archived information about the history of peer production and related topics.
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Panarchy 101: A Primer | P2P Foundation

“What makes political systems cross over the threshold into parameter transformations? Some breakpoints occur when a technological development enables individuals to engage in previously unimagined activities and collectivities to pursue previously inconceivable policy goals…. a turning point that occurs when the resources or practices of a system can no longer cope with one more increment... Continue reading →
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Democracy Commons Project

Democracy Commons Project | Peer2Politics | Scoop.it
The Democracy Commons Project (DCP) is a platform to publish resources, articles, videos, collaborative networks, to act as a catalyst in stimulating the social innovation of new democratic forms and projects. We live in a time where a new generation of political activist call for participatory democracy, and where a new generation of technologies potentiate…
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CIC's autonomous projects of collective initiative #3: CASX | P2P Foundation

The Cooperativa d’Autofinançament Social en Xarxa (CASX) – which means co-operative of social and network self-financing – is a savings, donations and project funding cooperative, which was set up with the purpose of providing funding for projects that are aligned with the principles of the CIC and the integral revolution, as “the deposits made to... Continue reading →
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COMMONS COMMONS TRANSITION COOPERATIVES CROWDFUNDING OPEN COOPS & SUSTAINABLE LIVELIHOODS ORIGINAL CONTENT P2P FOUNDATION P2P MONEY PEER PROPERTY

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Registration open! Commons technology and the right to a democratic city, Madrid | P2P Foundation

D-CENT invites you to an exciting week-long programme of activities which showcase and celebrate the results of the D-CENT project.
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CAMPAIGNS COMMONS COMMONS TRANSITION CONFERENCES CULTURE & IDEAS OPEN CALLS OPEN MODELS P2P COLLABORATION P2P SOCIETY AND POLITICS

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Lessons from SYRIZA's Failure: Build a New Economy & Polity | P2P Foundation

What does the SYRIZA experience have to teach us about the potential of democratic politics to bring about economic and social transformation?
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ACTIVISM COMMONS COMMONS TRANSITION EMPIRE P2P SOCIETY AND POLITICS POLITICSacti

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The Commons Law Perspective, Open Hardware and Digital DIY | P2P Foundation

Blockchain based distributed applications, Commons based licenses, network effects and antitrust legislation and much more in this David Bollier interview.
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Commons Movements & 'Progressive' Governments as Dual Power | P2P Foundation

A scholarly paper titled "Commons Movements & 'Progressive' Governments as Dual Power: The Potential for Social Transformation in Europe" by A. Broumas.
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David Bollier: It’s Time to Start a Chamber of Commons | P2P Foundation

David Bollier: It’s Time to Start a Chamber of Commons | P2P Foundation | Peer2Politics | Scoop.it
Republished from David Bollier (the original has links): “Scholar of networked behavior David Ronfeldt has proposed an idea whose time may have arrived: let’s create a new federated network of commons enterprises called the “Chamber of Commons.” The term is a wonderful wordplay on the more familiar group, the U.S. Chamber of Commerce, the notoriously... Continue reading →
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Sharing Cities Book Project Seeks International Case Studies

Sharing Cities Book Project Seeks International Case Studies | Peer2Politics | Scoop.it
One of Shareable’s core projects this year is to produce a new book and digital database comprised of case studies and model policies to support the growth of Sharing Cities.
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Survey: P2P Communities and Value Creation | P2P Foundation

You are invited to participate in this survey conducted by the research teams from the P2Pvalue project, in which the P2P Foundation is a consortium member. In the research project P2PValue  we study what we call peer to peer (P2P) communities. With this we mean networks of people who freely collaborate around a common goal,... Continue reading →
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The Revolution Will (not) be Decentralised: Blockchain-based Technologies & the Commons

The Revolution Will (not) be Decentralised: Blockchain-based Technologies & the Commons | Peer2Politics | Scoop.it
By Rachel O'Dwyer in Digital Media and Commons. Blockchain-based technologies look set to have significant implications for money, for property and for cooperative organisation going forward.
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Towards a New Social Contract for Health and Sustainability: An Introduction

The following article, originally published in Enlivening Edge, is the first in a series of 7 looking at health and healthcare from a commons perspective.
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COMMONS COMMONS TRANSITION P2P HEALTHCARE P2P SOCIETY AND POLITICS SHARINGcommons

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Procomuns Plenary 4: Commons and the City | P2P Foundation

Video panel exploring the Commons in the city and internationally. Featuring Christian Iaione, Eloísa Piñeiro Orge, George Dafermos and Joan Subirats.
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Think Global, Print Local and licensing for the Commons | P2P Foundation

The Peer Production License (PPL) allows cooperatives and solidarity-based collectives, but not corporations, to monetize cultural works.
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The Evolution of Modes of Exchange in the Context of P2P Theory | P2P Foundation

Michel Bauwens' initial analysis of Kojin Karatani's 'The Structures of World History' and how these insights potentially enrich P2P theory.
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Sovereign Accountable Commons — The World of Deep Wealth — Medium

Sovereign Accountable Commons - The World of Deep Wealth - Medium
In the MetaCurrency Project, we’re committed to practicing what we preach, or eating our own dog food, if you prefer that way of saying it…
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Mapping the emerging post-capitalist paradigm, and its main thinkers | P2P Foundation

2 diagrams that map the big picture of the emerging post-capitalist paradigm, underpinned by peer-to-peer and collaborative dimensions.
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Video: Living the Limits to Growth with Heather Menzies | P2P Foundation

Heather Menzies spoke to the Canadian Association of Clubs of Rome in Ottawa, Canada, on the theme “Living the Limits to Growth.
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CIC's autonomous projects of collective initiative #1: AureaSocial | P2P Foundation

CIC's autonomous projects of collective initiative #1: AureaSocial | P2P Foundation | Peer2Politics | Scoop.it
Located in Barcelona, AureaSocial is a Catalan Integral Cooperative initiated open space for health, education and self-management.
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Transition Proposals Towards a Commons-Oriented Economy and Society | P2P Foundation

Transition Proposals Towards a Commons-Oriented Economy and Society | P2P Foundation | Peer2Politics | Scoop.it
In the context of the Ecuadorian transition project towards a open commons-based knowledge society, see Floksociety.org, and to complement the prior analysis of three competing economic models in the age of peer production, I have formulated some transition proposals, on how to get from Phase 2, emerging peer production in the context of the dominance... Continue reading →
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What's a “Responsible Sharing Economy Startup”?

What's a “Responsible Sharing Economy Startup”? | Peer2Politics | Scoop.it
Photo: jonathan mcintosh. Article co-authored with Pablo Munoz.
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Procomuns: Commons Collaborative Economies and Public Policies | P2P Foundation

PROCOMUNS, a 3 day event held in Barcelona to discuss commons-oriented approaches to public policy, peer production and the collaborative economy.
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BUILDING THE OPEN SOURCE CIRCULAR ECONOMY COMMONS COMMONS TRANSITION CONFERENCES COOPERATIVES CULTURE & IDEAS ETHICAL ECONOMY FEATURED VIDEO OPEN COOPS & SUSTAINABLE LIVELIHOODS OPEN GOVERNMENT ORIGINAL CONTENT P2P SOCIETY AND POLITICS SHARING VIDEOS

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Stir to Action

Stir to Action | Peer2Politics | Scoop.it

"As 2016 lengthens its stride, the ambivalent euphoria of the Paris agreements on climate change gives way to a sense of ‘where to from here?’ While the technicalities of the Kyoto Protocol were never easy fodder for inspiring collective action, the new terrain is arguably even more forbidding on that score."

 

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