OPEN 2020 – Reinvented: Networked commons initiatives
The original calling question, developed for the OPEN 2020 in Conway Hall no longer feels perfect in this post-covid world.Read more.
Decentralizing power and value using blockchain
In the run up to OPEN 2020, which will now be an online event, we caught up with Samer HassanRead more.
OPEN 2020 – postponed
As event organisers the safety of our community is paramount and for the last few weeks we have been closelyRead more.
Charge My Street – platform co-op seeking investment
The following blog is a guest post from Daniel Heery, from Charge My Street – a platform co-op that installsRead more.
Introducing Fairbnb.coop – Q&A with Damiano Avellino
The main challenge we need to solve in the platform co-op community is how to reach critical mass… and howRead more.
Introducing The Democracy Collaborative – Q&A with Sarah McKinley
I see a real need for “scaled connectivity” to advance our work as part of a viable ecosystem. In theRead more.
The case for open protocols
In my previous post on making groups work I argued that a centralised, cooperatively owned platform could be one ofRead more.
OPEN 2020 partners with Redecentralize.org
We’re very excited to announce that OPEN 2020 has partnered with Redecentralize.org – a movement of people pioneering technologies andRead more.
Kate Raworth – A healthy economy should be designed to thrive not grow
What would a sustainable, universally beneficial economy look like? “Like a doughnut,” says Oxford economist Kate Raworth. In this eye-openingRead more.
Making groups work
There is a growing consensus that enabling groups, and networks of groups, to work together, is essential to delivering exponentialRead more.
The gathering #SWARM
This excellent animated video came out in 2010 in response to the failed 2009 Copenhagen Summit. It advocates a networkRead more.