Silvia Díaz Molina is an anthropologist specialized in Gender Studies and a social researcher seeking to ground her work in more humane and sustainable organisations. She has experience in development cooperation and has been involved in different NGO projects giving awareness-raising workshops. Elena Martínez Vicente is a product designer, specialized in designing better processes and […]
An interview with Spanish economist Susana Martín Belmonte on her work on monetary reform, commons-oriented P2P systems and future economies.
As part of our series on the 100 Women Who Are Co-Creating the P2P Society, Rachel O’dwyer interviews Mayo Fuster Morell on her varied work in the commons. Mayo Fuster Morell is the Dimmons director of research on collaborative economy at the Internet Interdisciplinary Institute of the Open University of Catalonia. Additionally, she is faculty affiliated […]
What are the patterns of commoning? Michel Bauwens interviews Silke Helfrich on her work in the commons, and her latest Commons Stategies Group anthology
Michel Bauwens and José M. Ramos interview Maïa Dereva on the emergence and future of Assemblies of the Commons in France.
As part of our series on the 100 Women of P2P, Rachel O'Dwyer talks to Francesca Musiani about Internet Governance, informal P2P practices and much more.
Michel Bauwens talks to New Zealand-based artist Sophie Jerram about art, digital commons and the overlooked commoning traditions of Maori culture.
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, […]
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.