Ecuador's FLOK Society (Free-Libre, Open Knowledge) project was originally commissioned in 2013 through a tripartite agreement involving the Ecuadorian Coordinating Ministry of Knowledge and Human Talent, Senescyt (The Secretary of Innovation and Technology) and the IAEN (The National Institute of Advanced Studies).
The project marked the first time a nation state commissioned a practical plan to transition to a mature Peer to Peer Economy. It was initiated to “fundamentally re-imagine Ecuador”, based on the principles of open networks, peer production and a commons of knowledge.
You can find out more about FLOK Society and its current status in the links below.
Pages in category "FLOK"
The following 29 pages are in this category, out of 29 total.
- FLOK Research Plan
- FLOK Research Plan Provided by the Research Coordinators
- FLOK: Bibliography for the Social Knowledge Economy
- FLOK: Common's Infrastructure for Collective Life
- FLOK: Human Capabilities
- FLOK: Open and Free Culture
- FLOK: Open Educational Resources
- FLOK: Open Technical Infrastructures
- FLOK: Policy paper on biodiversity
- FLOK: Policy paper on Citizens and Communities
- FLOK: Policy Paper on Cyber Security
- FLOK: Policy paper on distributed energy
- FLOK: Policy paper on distributed manufacturing
- FLOK: Policy Paper on Free Hardware
- FLOK: Policy Paper on Free Software
- FLOK: Policy paper on sustainable agriculture
- FLOK: Policy paper on Territorial Organization of the Knowledge Economy
- FLOK: Policy paper on Traditional and Ancestral Knowledge
- FLOK: Public Policy for a Partner State
- FLOK: Public Policy for ICT, Open Government and Civil Society
- FLOK: Public Policy for Social Economy
- FLOK: Social Infrastructure and Institutional Innovation
- FLOK: Social Knowledge and the Social Economy