P2P

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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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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Organizing and Governing the Commons: A Coop-Commons Multilevel Dialogue with Municipalities and Labour

Facilitating the convergence cooperatives, social and solidarity economy, commons (and open source and collaborative platforms), cities and trade unions.
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Commons in the time of monsters: How P2P Politics can change the world, one city at a time

Can Commons and P2P practices offer viable solutions for our present and future social, political and ecological crises? This is the story of how it's done.
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The Death of the Labor Market: An Interview with David de Ugarte

David de Ugarte, founder and theorist of the Spanish cyberpunk group las Indias, on the organization, technology and P2P opportunities of cooperative groups
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How Peer to Peer will Change the World: An Interview with Michel Bauwens

P2P Foundation co-founder Michel Bauwens talks about his personal background, the ongoing development of the P2P Foundation and how P2P could save the world.
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Fairness and the Commons, an Interview with Enric Duran

Here we present a Commons Transition interview with Enric Duran, who's currently busy organizing the FairCoop Open Cooperative, a community built effort to alleviate global economic inequalities through the use of mutual credit, reputation systems and...
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