As part of our series on the 100 Women Who Are Co-Creating the P2P Society, the P2P Foundation’s Michel Bauwens interviews Andrianna Natsoulas from FoodSources.org Q: You are mostly known for your work around food sovereignty, can you tell us a bit of personal history and how you decided to get engaged on that issue; then, […]
"In King John’s time, enclosure was mostly about the forest. Today it’s about everything, including life itself." The Magna Carta and Law for the Commons.
The changing role of wireless infrastructure in reclaiming the city and why creating a P2P society needs much more than the right technical infrastructure.
Network Resource Planning (NRP) focuses on economic networks that support peer production and other egalitarian means of production, and which build commons.
The idea of the commons as an organising principle has moved from the streets to the heart of the European political establishment.
"The aim of Mutual Aid Networks is to redesign work. To apply what we know about economic and community building tools to creating a new vision for work."
Michel Bauwens focuses on three specific realms crucial to a Commons-Based Economy – ecological sustainability, open knowledge and social solidarity.