APeer Value:Advancing the Commons Collaborative Economy is a conference integrating conversations and plans of action for shaping and connecting the Commons on a global level.
The conference is organized along three tracks:
Track 1: P2P: Inclusive Politics, Activism and Law for the Commons
Track 2: Decentralized Tech and Beyond:Global Design,Local Production
Track 3: From Platform to Open Cooperativism
We will explore questions such as:
What are the conditions that encourage communities to work as peers, creating commons?
What are the best practices communities can adopt to safeguard their resilience?
Decentralization – why is it important, and how is it implemented and maintained?
How can the working methodologies honed by well-established digital communities act as transitional guidelines for sustainable “material” manufacturing?
How can civil society participate in recommending policy proposals that support CBPP for governments at the local, regional, national – even global – levels?
Join your peers, add your voice and take part in the growing conversation about the Commons as an important, emerging collaborative social model.
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