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/GlobalVillageWorkshop

Ich bin vom 30.10. bis 3.11. in Berlin bei der International Commons Conference.

Ort: Erreichbar in:
Hotel Allegra, Albrechtstraße 17, 10117 Berlin
http://www.albrechtshof-hotels.com/de/hotel-allegra/zimmer-und-preise.html
GoogleMap

Streams der Konferenz: http://www.boell.de/mediathek/mediathek-stream.html

31.10. 2010 Exkursionen und Vorbereitung    

morgens - Ankunft in der Heinrich Böll Stiftung. Vorbereitendes Treffen der Support Group

Martin Pedersen, ein alter Bekannter aus Oekonux Tagen, erzählt von 2 Jahren in Amazonien und Peru. "Indiginous People Bioprojects climate change assessment"

Und schon kommen auch alle anderen. Los gehts.

Heftiges Schedule, wir werden uns 4-5 mal extra treffen in diesen Tagen. (kaum Ruhepausen möglich)

4 Kamerateams offiziell, 23 Medienvertreter. Streams.

  • Vorstellungsrunde
  • Verteilung der Aufgaben. Ich mach "coordination results management". Weswegen ich auch hier dazu mitschreiben werde.
Wir besprechen das Programm in allen Punkten durch.... (ich kopiers mal hier herein) doch zunächst mal: worum geht es überhaupt?

Gemeingüter sind nicht, sie werden gemacht.

Der Begriff ist sperrig: Gemeingüter oder das englische ‚Commons‘. Was verstehen wir darunter? Wir denken an Wasser, Luft oder Wissen – doch das sind Gemeinressourcen. Oft setzen wir sie mit Gemeingütern gleich. Doch es gibt einen wesentlichen Unterschied. Wasser ist eine Gemeinressource: Wird es als Flaschenwasser abgefüllt und verkauft, dann wird es zur Ware und nicht zum Gemeingut. Gemeingüter sind also nicht die Ressourcen selbst. Sie entstehen und erhalten sich durch ihre Nutzer und durch die Nutzungsregeln, die diese miteinander vereinbaren.

Es gibt eine wachsende Gemeingüter-Bewegung: Sie vereint Menschen, die für freie Kultur, freie Software oder für das Recht auf Teilen des Saatguts streiten ebenso wie Menschen, die sich in der Transition-Town-Bewegung engagieren, für dezentrale Energieversorgung, ökologischen Wandel oder lokalisiertes Wirtschaften einsetzen. Und dafür, dass Gemeingüter dem Gemeinwesen nicht entzogen, nicht kommerzialisiert oder unwiederbringlich zerstört werden. Sie alle setzen darauf, dass Wohlstand durch Zusammenarbeit und Teilen entsteht und wächst. Dass geschützt und erhalten werden muss, was uns allen gehört. Dass es mehr gibt als Markt und Staat.

Gemeingüter erhalten und immer wieder neu schaffen

Stellen Sie sich eine Welt vor, in der sich die Politik an der Idee der Gemeingüter orientiert, statt am Bruttoinlandsprodukt. Was, wenn der Staat die Bürger aktiv dabei unterstützt, ihre Gemeingüter zu erhalten und immer wieder neu zu schaffen?

Die Idee der Gemeingüter könnte Türöffner für eine konstruktive, zukunftsorientierte Debatte sein. Sie liefert weder ein fertiges Konzept, noch taugt sie für Ideologisierungen. Das ist ihre Stärke.

150 renommierte internationalen Expertinnen und Experten diskutieren das Wesen der Gemeingüter: Auf welchen Grundüberzeugungen beruht die Debatte? Welches politische Paradigma liegt ihr zugrunde? Und wie sieht eine Politik aus, die auf dem Konzept der Gemeingüter (commons) basiert?

Programm (in Englisch)    

http://www.boell.de/economysocial/economy/economy-agenda-international-commons-conference-10456.html

2 pm – 5 pm Commons alive: project visits in Berlin
with: Elisabeth Voß, Lena Kunze and Arfasse Gamada

The meetings will allow for on-the-ground insights into different commons-based projects in Berlin. They vary greatly in the types of resources they manage, their institutional structures and legal rules. They connect to the market economy in different ways, and are driven by different concepts of solidarity. But all of them are thriving, functional commons.

Project 1: A womens housing and working project: Genossinnenschaft Schokofabrik eG
Project 2: AKB – Community based nursing as ambulant care
Project 3: NKL Karlshof – Non-commercial agriculture

Ich war bei den Krankenschwestern von der AKB und werde bei Gelegenheit einen Report schreiben....

um 18h geht die Sitzung des Support Comittee weiter.

1. 11. 2010    

8.30 – 9.30 am Registration
9.30 – 9.45 am Welcome

Barbara Unmüßig, President, Heinrich Böll Foundation

"we are not just talking about resources - we are talking about the way we organize around them"
Commons Papier wird grad im grünen Parlamentsclub diskutiert.
brgrüßt Botschafter, Ministerin aus Ecuador - heimische Politik ist nicht vertreten.

David Bollier, Commons Strategies Group (CSG)

The Commons provides more than a critique of market oriented economy - it is a laboratory for solutions.
In December 2006 conference on the commons organized by Silke in Mexiko City.
Commons Strategy Group Silke, David, Michael, Beatrice
Commons Law project in the making
Crottorf meeting 2009

9.45 – 10 am Conference Design
Silke Helfrich & David Bollier

Introduction of all Program Details, the innovatve Elements (like the Commonopolis Blind Date wall) Steering Comittee and Support Team etc. technical restrictions, organisation etc, the meaning of consolidation workshops and innovation workshops

Streaming and Translation only in main room.

Short Plenary Keynotes & Debate    

10:25 am – 11:45 pm An Overview of the Commons as a Transformation-Paradigm
Moderator: Silke Helfrich

Ruth Meinzen-Dick, President, International Association for the Study of the Commons, USA

Grew up in rural South India "within the commons". When pumpset thechnologies came in and richer farmers had access to ground water, the enclosed the water commons in a "race to the bottom". The commons were not recognized then.

Shared resources: Water, Forests, Pastures, Biodiversity (1000 varieties of bnative potato in Peruvian community) etc.

"Everything above the scale of an individual requires coordination"

What is clasified as Public lands are often managed by their inhabitants by property agreements.

"Common property has also been critiques, as least as back as Aristotle". Hardins analogy is incorrect. There are many commons that have been managed successfuly over many years, up to millenium.

Move to either privatise or nationalize the commons, excluding communities that had intimate knowledge, rules and norms for their usage.

Eleanor Ostrom -> Design Principles for the commons.

Very important is that users themselves develop rules and they are not imposed on them from the outside.

The real tragedy of the commons is that they are little understood and valued.

Value is not measured.But India figured out that the value delivered by community forests was twice the foreign investments.

People who live with these resources have special knowledge, it is not even easy to pull them out, leads to more resilience.

Commons are the social glue.

Privatisation of group ranches in Kenya led to 96% decline of farm labour!!

We need the social interaction as well as the physical goods that commons provide!

4 principles

  • .....
  • nested governance, polycentered
  • Participation
  • .....
New Perspectives:
  • Technologies that allow us to monitor resources, that allow us to communicate and develop bonds of trust
  • Governments facilitating cooperation.
  • In recent years, both urban and rural people in England have recognized the role of the village commons: 2006 Commons Act. Groups from Kirgistan and Botswana were studying that.
The commons connects us between generations.

Lets move to correct university curricula! Instead of having Garret Harding as self -fulfilling prophecy, lets enter a transformational paradigm of the commons!


Michel Bauwens, Peer2Peer Foundation, Belgium/Thailand

"We are entering a third revolution in human productivity"

  • revolution of coercion (Win-Lose)
  • revolution of the self - interest (Zero-Sum)
  • revolution of cooperation (the 4 wins) (Peak Hierarchy)
Globalizing small group dynamics.
Abundance instead of scarcity
plurarchy of possibilities instead of democracy

Commons as new centerpiece of economy

Common can cooperate better and communicate than capital. Capitalism versus market. Need to transform Business, networks and the state.

  • disembed essential functions from market

  • Transvaluation: when we create a new civilisation, we change the Value System.
  • Exodus from the existing sytsem
  • In five years, people gave up Trust in the government and the trust more in simple people like themselves.
  • embed the new values in Social Charters - Base for organisation and cooperation
  • Introduce them in Domains of Practise
3 Questions:
  • How do we survive within the existing woprld
  • how can we connect with other players in the same ecology, the same sphere, create new systems of value system and exchange
  • how can we escape the old system?

Discussion:

  • Kevin Hanson, USA "How can we keep the commoners from starving to death between now and then
  • Neal Cornshaw Please repeat 3 steps strategy
  • Are there lessons from the traditional commons that can be applied to the digital commons?
  • Andreas Weber How can we speed it up? - we don't have time
(hab mich selbst in der Diskussion engagiert)


11:45 AM

  • Announcement of self - organized Workshops (Gudrun Merckle)
  • Announcement of World Café Presentation (Heike Löschmann)
Questions:

1 "Which are the fundamental & key principles of generative commons?"
2 "What do commons need to realize their potential - for example in the legal and societal spheres?"
3 "How to ensure that people use and reproduce their commons without harming but rather enchancing somebody elses commons?"

Assignments of World Cafe table hosts and notice on giving feedback to F.Nahrada, Benedikt Aretz and Martin Pedersen


12 – 2 pm Lunch, networking & CommonoPolis

Commonopolis is an open space – close to the place we 'll have lunch and dinner - where each participant can present its work, projects and publications, and can share ideas, broaden networks and continue conversation. Pinboards, tables and some online-facilities will be available.

Stream I    

Host: David Bollier

2 – 3 pm The Commons as a challenge for classical economic patterns & thinking and a new narrative of the 21 century

The Commons offers a powerful critique to classical economic thinking and a public discourse that enshrine the market as the only serious system for meeting human needs. Its critique is not just intellectual, but practical: There has always been a cornucopcia of natural, cultural and social common pool resources and there is a cornucopcia of self-organised Commons – as ancient as community irrigation and as contemporary as the Internet. They are demonstrating that people can successfully manage shared resources over the long term for the benefit of all. As a new (or newly discovered) paradigm of governance, the Commons has the potential to address multiple crises – economic, environmental, social, civic – while confronting the larger „growthist“ paradigm.

There are many questions and uncertainties about actualising the Commons as a new narrative, however. It´s relationship to the market and the state need to be re-imagined. And if the commons is going to supplant the market in certain respects, people must be open for developing new means for reproducing their livelihoods. Therefore, they need appropriate policy support and physical infrastructure. Unlike the market order, which is build upon strict separations between production and reproduction, individual and collective interests or the social and the ecological, the Commons seeks to bridge these divisions and bring them into closer alignment. But that will be impossible unless we first invent a coherent new narrative and policy framework that can be readily understood.

The question is: Can the commons be a new, promising narrative for the 21st Century?

Keynotes & Debate

Alberto Acosta, Economist, FLACSO, Ex-President of the Constituent Assembly of Ecuador: Yasuní-ITT Initiative, an opportunity to rethink the world

2007 hat die ecuadorianische Regierung vorgeschlagen, das Erdölvorkommen des ITT-Feldes (Ishpingo-Tambococha-Tiputini) im Nationalpark Yasuní (Amazonasgebiet) für immer unter der Erde zu belassen, um die einzigartige Biologische Vielfalt zu erhalten und die nicht kontaktierten indigenen Völker, die in diesem Gebiet leben, zu respektieren. Als Gegenleistung verlangte die Regierung einen internationalen solidarischen "Ausgleichsbetrag", der mindestens 50% des entgangenen Gewinns abdecken soll. (Eigentlich: Solidaritätsbeitrag für gemeinsame internationale Ziele im Rahmen der Bekämpfung des Klimawandels, Erhalts der Artenvielfalt und nachhaltigen menschlichen Entwicklung).
Im August 2010 schloss Ecuador ein entsprechendes Abkommen mit der Organisation der Vereinten Nationen. Für den Verzicht Ecuadors auf die Exporteinnahmen sollen Industrienationen Kompensationszahlungen leisten, die rund die Hälfte der Einnahmen ausmachen, die Ecuador durch den Verkauf der geschätzten 850 Millionen Barrel Erdöl erzielen könnte. Das Geld soll in einen UNO-Treuhandfonds fließen. Ein entsprechendes Abkommen mit den potenziellen Geberländern steht noch aus.


Philippe Aigrain, La Quadrature du Net – Sopinspace, France: New economical foundations for the commons

9 possible schemes:

1. externes investment in einzelne Komponenten
2. ???
3. Abschöpfung von Reichtum zur Finanzierung von Commons
4. Kredits
5. Voluntary resource pooling
6. compulsory resource pooiing
7. Public Trust
8.
9. Basic income

Can we imagine an economy that would be compatible with the commons? What support infrastructure would the commons need? What policy mechanisms and resource pooling are necessary to maintain the commons?


Speed presentation    

3 – 4 pm Speed project presentation of exciting commons projects

Moderation: Beatriz Busaniche

Project 1: Open Hardware: Arduino, Massimo Banzi, Italy

Project 2: Commons – Spaces of the Poor: FES, Jagdeesh Rao, India
Villages in dilemma between commercialisation and local subsistance. Seemingly harmless institutions like cooperatives run into these dilemma.
hosting the next international conference on commons beginning of January 2011

Project 4: Traditional Knowledge Commons: Natural Justice, Gino Cocchiaro, Australia/South Africa
At the heart of each community is a way of life that organizes (Traditional) Knowledge and relates to Commons.... Commons License (similar to Creative Commons)

/ TECHNISCHE PANNE /

Project 5: Reputation Based Exchange Commons: Digital Trust Platform, John Clippinger, The Law Lab, Harvard University, USA

Project 6: Digital Cultural Commons: José Murilo, Ministry of Culture, Brazil

Project 7: Urban Commons: Transition Town Movement, Gerd Wessling, Germany

Project 8: Credit Commons: Thomas Greco, USA

Project 3: Housing Commons: Mietshäusersyndikat, Axel Burkhardt, Germany (entfällt)
Project 3b: Nikos Salingaros, P2P urbanism, Greece.

4pm: Entscheidung Track 2 und 3

4 – 4.15 pm Coffee Break

World Cafe and Networking    

4.15 – 5.30 pm World-Café (3 x 25 minutes)

1 "Which are the fundamental & key principles of generative commons?"
2 "What do commons need to realize their potential - for example in the legal and societal spheres?"
3 "How to ensure that people use and reproduce their commons without harming but rather enchancing somebody elses commons?"

siehe Berichte hier: http://p2pfoundation.net/Berlin_Commons_Conference/WorldCafe

5.30 – 6 pm Rhythm is a commons, A join-in concert
with Johannes Heimrath, Lara Mallien and Massimo de Angelis

6 - 7.30 pm Dinner, Networking & CommonoPolis

from 6:30 HARVEST with Benedikt and Martin

Evening Special    

7.30 – 10 pm Public Event: The Commons as the Template of Our Future

In a world dominated by predatory markets and unresponsive governments, the commons is emerging as an attractive alternative form of governance, resource management and social equity. It can be seen in free software, countless digital commons, indigenous people's social charters, community managed water, alternative currencies, Transition Towns, and countless other examples. In this public event, a distinguished panel of leaders in the commons movement addresses the larger political and economic implications of the commons, as well as the new cultural ethic that is emerging worldwide. Special attention will be paid to the challenges that must be overcome in developing a "commons sector" and the future of the movement.

Keynotes

María Fernanda Espinosa Garcés, Minister of National Patrimony (MNP), Ecuador
Silke Helfrich, Commons Strategies Group (CSG), Germany

Replies

Richard Pithouse, Rhodes University, poor people’s movement activist, South Africa
Barbara Unmüßig, President, Heinrich Böll Foundation

Moderation: Christiane Grefe, Die ZEIT, Germany

2. 11. 2010    

9 – 9.15 am Recap and Day 2 Preview
Silke Helfrich & Beatriz Busaniche

Diskussion über Vorgangsweise - ist diese Konferenz nicht auch "Fast Food"?

Ich bin bei Stream III- siehe unten!


Parallel Sessions Stream II & III

Stream II Hosts: Michel Bauwens & Heike Löschmann    

9.15 – 10.30 am The Commons challenges the market/state duopoly

The history of industrial society is one of subsumption of civil society under the dominance of both the market and the state, with a regular pendulum swing between periods of stronger regulatory states (the welfare state paradigm of social democracy and the New Deal, as well as the soviet and fascist state forms), and period of 'market-dominated' states (the corporate welfare state of neoliberalism). However, both the market and state are suffering from a strong systemic crisis, particularly since the meltdown of 2008, it seems that civil networks are undergoing somewhat of a resurgence, under the guise of trends such as the emergence of peer production, the resurgence of the commons paradigm, and a return to sharing practices and infrastructures. Stream II will evaluate the significance of this trend for the autonomy of civil movements itself, for the market and the state, and for the local and global governance issues generated by this new triarchical situation.

Keynote and discussion

James Bernard Quilligan, Chairman of the Secretariat, Global Commons Trust, USA

Global citizens, social charters, and multilateralism 2.0: what are the conditions for the emerging global commons?

  • 10.30 – 10.45 am Workshops: methods & content, presentation of self-organized workshops
  • workshop selection by participants
10.45 – 11 am Coffee Break

11 – 12.30 pm Consolidation workshops

Workshop II/1: Recovering the Autonomy and Primacy of Commoners    

A flourishing commons sector requires a new set of rights and institutions. In this session we examine the emergence of new social charters, open licenses, access rights, the general demand for openness and transparency as well as the need for equality in the new opportunities being created, the aim is to identify the set of (design) principles which allow for a commons-based making of rules, guidelines, laws and institutions.

Kickoff speakers:

Denis Jaromil Rocio, free software programmer and media artist, Italy/Netherlands: Technical conditions for free infrastructures
Maude Barlow, Council of Canadians, Canada: Elements for a Social Charter for Water Commons

Workshop II/2: Multilaterism 2.0: The Commons and the State, towards a global partner state    

Since it is unlikely that the State will wither away, and yet the commoners are inventing new modes of governance and autonomy for themselves, what should be the proper interrelationship of the Commons and the State? What differential principles and design mechanisms might apply at different levels of governance, but specifically, at the global level?

Kickoff speakers:

Benjamin Coriat, Paris Nord University, France
Ana Valadéz, Otros Mundos, Mexico

Workshop II/3: The Commons as a Trust for Protecting the Earth: The polycentric governance approach
    

Professor Elinor Ostrom and her colleagues have shown the effectiveness and versatility of natural resource commons in various contexts. But how might the lessons of that scholarship be combined with popular activism and politics, and build support for commons as a respected policy option for protecting and managing natural resources? What are some of the most promising design paradigms for such commons? What are some of the more intriguing emerging commons for managing natural resources?"

Kickoff speaker: Frank van Laerhoven, Copernicus Institute of Sustainable Development, Utrecht University, Netherlands

More workshops can be self-organised. Proposals to be submitted during the conference.

Stream III Hosts: David Bollier & Julio Lambing    

9.15 – 10.30 am The Generative Logic of the Commons

In the commons there is abundance and freedom for all. This stream will explore three aspects of the “generative logic” of the commons which are essential for their specific sort of creation and conservation of wealth. The value produced in the commons is deeper and comprehends much more than only exchange-value for the market. The prosperity of commons and a commons based policy depends on a basic understanding what sort of value they generate. Appropriate institutions are needed to empower commoners to cultivate the commons. And the commons must also strike a prudent balance between openness and control.
'The keynote speakers will explore these themes, and the workshops will probe more deeply. Workshop I will look at the profound “crisis of value” that now afflicts market fundamentalism and the importance of commons-based subsistence models. Workshop II will examine how institutional structures can be critical to the success of a commons - yet they may also weaken the social dynamics undergirding the commons. Finally, Workshop III will look at the deep tensions between the open-to-all model and a bounded commons of distinct members and rules.

Keynotes:
Roberto Verzola, agricultural activist, Philippines

(Papier wird nachgeliefert)

Stefan Meretz, Keimform.de, Germany

COMMONS BEYOND STATE AND MARTKET

Eleanor Ostrom: "Neither state nor market" (Governing the Commons (Die Verfassung der Commons: jenseits von Staat und Markt) ,1990, p1)

  • "All is produced, things, knowledge sociality
  • Commons is producing livelidoods according to our needs.
  • CApitalism is an anomaly
    • separation of producers from consumers
etc.

(To Do: Link zu Präsentation einsetzen)

Diskussion:

  • Veronika Benhold Thompsen: lokale Märkte haben verschiedene Funktionsweise von globalen Märkten. Local Currencies fördern das.
  • Philippe Aigrain: wir müssen Koexistenzbedingungen und Regeln formulieren - und uns klar werden was wir unter Bedürfnis verstehen
  • Was heißt "taming the corporations"? CSR is a growing reality in the business world.
  • Neal von Shareable: Commons sollte ein inclusive Movement sein!

  • 10.30 – 10.45 am Workshops: methods & content, presentation of self-organized workshops
  • workshop selection by participants
10.45 – 11 am Coffee Break

11 am – 12.30 pm Consolidation workshops (Stream III)

Workshop III/1: Understanding Value in a Commons Economy
    

The commons is a social and moral economy, which means that the value it generates is at once economic, social, cultural and moral, and rooted in a particular local context. The commons has struggled for so long to escape the myths about the “tragedy of the commons” that a basic truth is overlooked: commons actually generate wealth for people and not only value for the markets. To understand the proposition of the commons, it is important to ask: How does a commons generate what we need for our lives? How does commons-generated value differ from that generated by markets, and how does it vary from one commons to another? What means can protect commons-based wealth? This workshop will examine these questions from a “big picture,” macro-economic analysis as well as from the on-the-ground realities of subsistence commons.

Kickoff speakers :

Veronika Bennholdt-Thomsen, University of Natural Resources and Applied Life Sciences Vienna
Adam Arvidsson, University of Milano, Italy

Workshop III/2: Institutional Structures and the Commons: Advantages and Challenges    

Since protecting the integrity of relationships and shared resources is a preeminent challenge for any commons, it is natural to devise institutional, legal and policy structures to help maintain a commons. These structures are arguably essential, as seen in such examples as cooperatives, land trusts or the General Public License for software. For decades, there have been two competing strategies: One part of commons activists mainly concentrate on changing cross-societal institutions and infrastructures by building up own complex administrative institutions. Others focus on changing micro-practices and concentrate on building up networks of small grassroot institutions with slim infrastructures. In many cases, both parties accuse each other of acting in a futile and ineffective way, especially when it comes to the question which strategy is apt to establish a more commons sensitive economy. But is there something that can be learned from the new p2p-movement of the last years? This workshop will explore the design principles of successful commons in general and for specific types of resources. It will also evaluate the strategic effectiveness of different approaches.

Kickoff speakers:
Brian Davey, FEASTA, GB
Marc Mascarenhas-Swan, Jas-econ, Bay Area economics cooperative, USA

Workshop III/3: Limits and Boundaries vs. Openness and DIY approach:    

Digital technologies and networks have given rise to two very similar types of commons – the open platform and the bounded commons. While the two share many functions and ethical values, there are also deep tensions between the open-to-all model and a bounded commons of distinct members who impose certain rules, oversight and sanctions. For example, how can safety be assured in open-design automobiles and can the practitioners of DIY synthetic biology be trusted to prevent irreversible biological harms? Some people question Wikileaks’ disclosures "state secrets" as putting lives at risk. Others believe that disclosures about the sacred knowledge and practices of indigenous peoples is culturally disrespectful and destructive. This workshop will examine whether the idea of openness is compatible with the bounded commons – or whether open platforms and commons necessarily serve different goals and values. Can hybrid business models successfully bridge the gap between the two? Is openness vital for maintaining control of our lives and preventing corporate misbehavior?

Kickoff speakers:
Pat Mooney, ETC Group, Canada
Glyn Moody, Open Source, Open Source, Open Genomics, Open Content, USA

More workshops can be self-organised. Proposals can be submitted during the conference.


12.30 – 2.00 pm Lunch, Networking & CommonoPolis & grouping for innovation workshops

2 pm – 4.00 pm Plenary, Grouping and Workshops: Elements for a commons based policy platform -> Innovation Workshops (self-organised, bar-camp style)    

Suggested issues:

    • Social Charters
    • (Net-) Working for a commons based policy platform beyond the conference commons oriented multilateralism 2.0/ meta-governance approaches
    • How to „commonize“ legal frameworks in different areas of concern?
    • communication strategies
    • others to be sorted out during the conference
(including coffee break)

4.00 – 5.30 pm Plenary (reciprocal sharing of conference discussions and results)    

core ideas + conflicts + challenges for streams I/II/III

Michel schreibt mit

links zu:

  • BALLE http://www.livingeconomies.org/ -> "making a living"
  • Fragmentation of Open Education Initiatives around the world ...
  • Mapping
  • Issue Clustering
  • Larger Conference
  • Standing collaboration structure
5.30 – 5.45 pm Conveying the spirit of the commons

6.00 – 9.30 pm Concluding Session    

Barbara Unmüßig, President, Heinrich Böll Foundation
David Bollier, Commons Strategies Group (CSG)

Out of the box surprise followed by Dinner, Networking & Farewell

3.11.2010    

10 - 13h Debriefing Session of Support Group    

Table Of Contents    

Inhaltsverzeichnis dieser Seite
31.10. 2010 Exkursionen und Vorbereitung   
Programm (in Englisch)   
1. 11. 2010   
Short Plenary Keynotes & Debate   
Stream I   
Speed presentation   
World Cafe and Networking   
Evening Special   
2. 11. 2010   
Stream II Hosts: Michel Bauwens & Heike Löschmann   
Workshop II/1: Recovering the Autonomy and Primacy of Commoners   
Workshop II/2: Multilaterism 2.0: The Commons and the State, towards a global partner state   
Workshop II/3: The Commons as a Trust for Protecting the Earth: The polycentric governance approach    
Stream III Hosts: David Bollier & Julio Lambing   
Workshop III/1: Understanding Value in a Commons Economy   
Workshop III/2: Institutional Structures and the Commons: Advantages and Challenges   
Workshop III/3: Limits and Boundaries vs. Openness and DIY approach:   
2 pm – 4.00 pm Plenary, Grouping and Workshops: Elements for a commons based policy platform -> Innovation Workshops (self-organised, bar-camp style)   
4.00 – 5.30 pm Plenary (reciprocal sharing of conference discussions and results)   
6.00 – 9.30 pm Concluding Session   
3.11.2010   
10 - 13h Debriefing Session of Support Group   
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