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Everything for everyone: Michel Bauwens interviews Nathan Schneider

This book followed especially naturally from the Occupy one, Thank You, Anarchy. After the protests died down in 2012 and 2013, I started noticing that some of the activists I’d been following got involved in cooperative businesses. The first business...
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Elena Martinez and Silvia Díaz of P2P Models on Blockchain, Feminism and Affective P2P

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...
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The Political Economy of the Common: An Interview with Andrea Fumagalli

P2P Foundation founder Michel Bauwens in conversation with economics professor and coordinator of the Italian node of commonfare.net project, Andrea Fumagalli.  Michel Bauwens: One of the early influences of the P2P Theory building which is at the basis...
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P2P: A new cycle of post-civilizational development

Professor and economist Rajani Kanth is currently undertaken a series of interviews with thinkers about social change, including herewith P2P Foundation founder Michel Bauwens. This is one of the longer interviews that gives a good idea of the current...
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Beet the System! A dialogue on food sovereignty, inclusivity and healing the rural/urban divide.

Can food and food sovereignty be the catalyst for a Commons Transition? FIAN is working with grassroots movements and local administrations to make it happen.
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Freedom, Security and Commoning in the Age of the Precariat: an interview with Dirk Holemans

Michel Bauwens interviews Dirk Holemans to explore how freedom, security and a new social contract could take place in the age of precarity.
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Summer of Commoning: a Tour of French Communities and Projects

During the summer of 2017, the P2P Foundation's Maïa Dereva travelled throughout France. Now she shares the stories of the commoners she met along the way.
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The Catalan Integral Cooperative: an organizational study of a post-capitalist cooperative

What does a post-capitalist, cooperative and open source society would look like? A full study on the Catalan Integral Cooperative.
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