What are the commons and what is their political, social and economic relevance? An interview with Daniel Chavez from the Transnational Institute.
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 […]
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 state of thinking at the P2P Foundation.
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.
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.
This short primer explains the Commons and P2P, how they interrelate and how a Commons transition could to reinvigorate work, politics, production, and care.
David de Ugarte, founder and theorist of the Spanish cyberpunk group las Indias, on the organization, technology and P2P opportunities of cooperative groups
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.