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The '''Commons Transition Wiki''' is a database for policy papers and proposals related to [http://commonstransition.org/ Commons Transition]. The Commons Transition Platform is an independent and open global policy making platform on Commons Transition Plans. The Commons Transition Wiki acts as an indexed repository of material on transitioning societies at all levels towards a commons orientation, both in the field of shared knowledge pools and material production. For a general overview on Commons Transition, please visit '''[https://primer.commonstransition.org/ the Commons Transition Primer]'''. To contribute, [[contribute | click here]].
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=== POLICIES FOR A COMMONS TRANSITION ===
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These policy documents are designed to enable real world practices towards a society based on shared material and knowledge commons. The plans contained here, although originally created for Ecuador's [[:category:FLOK | FLOK Society Project]] have been adapted to be non-region specific. We share them to give an overview of the many precedents and possibilities pointing to a fairer societal order, and inspire civil society collectives at the local, regional, national and global levels to adapt them to their particular contexts.
  
== Getting started ==
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==Commons Transition Policy Papers==
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* '''[[Commons Transition Plan]] ''by Michel Bauwens''
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* '''[[Public Policy for a Social Knowledge Economy]] ''by John Restakis''
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* '''[[ Open Design Commons and Distributed Manufacturing]] ''by George Dafermos''
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* '''[[TOWARD AN OPEN CO-OPERATIVISM: A New Social Economy Based on Open Platforms, Co-operative Models and the Commons | Toward an Open Co-operativism]] ''by Pat Conaty and David Bollier''
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=== TOWARDS A PARTNER STATE ===
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The Partner State is the concept whereby public authorities play a sustaining role in the 'direct creation of value by civil society', i.e. sustains and promotes commons-based peer production.
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# '''[[:Category:Partner State | Introduction to the Partner State]]'''
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# '''[[Transition Proposal Towards a Commons Oriented Economy]]'''
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# '''[[Three Competing Societal and Economic Models in the Age of Peer Production]]
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# '''[[The New Triarchy]]'''
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# '''[[Phyles]]'''
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# '''[[:category: Commons Based Reciprocity License | Commons Based Reciprocity Licenses]]'''
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# '''[[:category: Open Cooperativism | Open Cooperativism]]'''
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'''See all [[:category: Commons Transition Strategies | Commons Transition Strategies]]
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=== CASE STUDY 1: Ecuador's FLOKSociety Project ===
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All the policy papers produced for Ecuador's [[:category:FLOK | FLOKSociety project]] between September 2013 and May 2014. Authors include Michel Bauwens, John Restakis, George Dafermos and Janice Figueiredo:
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*'''[[FLOK Research_Plan| FLOK Research Plan]]'''
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*'''[[FLOK Research_Plan_Provided_by_the_Research_Coordinators| Overall View to the FLOK's investigative streams]]'''
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==Streams==
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#[[Stream 1 Human_Capabilities| Human Capabilities]]
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#[[Stream 2 Commons-oriented_Productive_Capacities| Commons-oriented Productive Capacities]]
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#[[Stream 3 Social_Infrastructure_and_Institutional_Innovation| Social Infrastructure and Institutional Innovation]]
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#[[Stream 4 Open_Technical_Infrastructures| Open Technical Infrastructures]]
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#[[Stream 5 Commons’_Infrastructure_for_Collective_Life| Common's Infrastructure for Collective Life]]
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=== CASE STUDY 2: The Catalan Integral Cooperative ===
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The [[:Category:CIC | Catalan Integral Cooperative]] (or CIC) functions as a political project seeking to tie together consumer and labor initiatives. The CIC’s objective is to generate a self-managed post-capitalist society based on P2P principles and environmental and social realities.
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The CIC decided to adapt the transition plan originally written for Ecuador's FLOKSociety project in the Summer of 2014.
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*'''[[Catalan Integral Cooperative | About the Catalan Integral Cooperative]]'''
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*'''[[CIC Commons Transition Plan]]'''
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*'''[[CIC Commons Transition New Proposals]]'''
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=== RELATED PROJECTS ===
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=== [[:category: Transnational Commons-Oriented Projects | Transnational Related Projects]] ===
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* [[:category: P2PF | The P2P Foundation]]
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* [[:category: STWR | Share the World's Resources]]
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* [[:category: SELC | Sustainable Economies Law Center]]
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* [[:category: FairCoop | FairCoop]]
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* [[:category: Post Growth Institute | Post Growth Institute]]
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* [[:category: OpenState.cc | OpenState.cc]]
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* [[:category: Center for Planetary Culture | Center for Planetary Culture]]
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'''Browse through all the [[:category: Transnational Commons-Oriented Projects | Transnational Related Projects]]'''
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=== [[:Category:Glocal Commons-Oriented Projects | Glocal Related Projects]] ===
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* [[:Category:Sharing Cities Network | Sharing Cities Network]]
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* [[:Category:P2P Lab | P2P Lab]]
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* [[:Category:CIC | CIC]]
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'''Browse through all the [[:Category:Glocal Commons-Oriented Projects | Glocal Related Projects]]'''
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=== Operational Commons Legislations ===
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* [[Emilia-Romagna]]
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* The [[Co-Mantua]] project.
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* [[Autonomy Region Rojava]]
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* The [[Lineamientos Reform in Cuba]]
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=== Commons Related Political Party Proposals ===
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* [[:Category: New European Left | New European Left]]
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* [[:Category:Pirate Parties | Pirate Parties]]
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* [[:Category:Digital Democracy Parties | Digital Democracy Parties]]
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'''See all [[:Category:Commons Related Political Parties | Commons Related Political Parties]]'''
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'''Browse through the [[List of European Policy Consultants]]'''
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=== WELCOME TO THE COMMONS TRANSITION WIKI! ===
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'''This project is itself a commons, open to all contributions, and intended for the benefit of all who need it. If you'd like to add your feedback and help build this wiki, [[contribute | please read on]].'''
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=== WIKI HELP ===
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First time working with a Wiki? Here's the [[Wiki help]] page. We suggest you follow this [http://www.coderesort.com/about/wiki/HowTo/5MinutesWikiMarkup 5 minute wikitext tutorial] in our [[Sandbox]], with [[How to Edit Wiki pages | our cheat sheet]].
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= Law for the Commons Wiki =
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'''[[Law for the Commons | The Law for the Commons Wiki]]''' is a Commons Transition project containing resources on the history of commons-based law and emerging legal innovations that seek to empower commoners and protect commons.
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=== Additional Commons Transition Resources ===
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'''The Commons Transition Wiki''' is a workspace and repository for Commons-Transition related documents, case studies and policy papers. Related online resources include:
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* '''[http://commonstransition.org/ Commons Transition Home Page]''' Contains a general overview on Commons Transition Strategies, articles, videos and a blog. It is the landing page for the Commons Transition Platform.
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* ''' [http://commonstransition.org/stories/ Commons Transition Stories]''' Browse through our selection of featured essays, interviews and texts on Commons Transition projects and related initiatives.
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*'''[http://p2pfoundation.net/Main_Page The P2P Foundation Wiki]''' is the world's largest online resource for P2P and Commons oriented knowledge. The P2P Foundation is an international organization focused on studying, researching, documenting and promoting peer-to-peer practices.
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* '''[http://blog.p2pfoundation.net/ The P2P Foundation Blog]''' Updated daily, curated content reflecting the state of the P2P/Commons Movement
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* '''The Commons Transition Wiki''' is free and open content licensed under the [http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc-sa/3.0/ Creative Commons Attribution Share Alike (CC -BY -NC -SA )].
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=== CATEGORY 1: Region ===
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* '''[[:category: Region | See all our regional listings]]'''
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=== CATEGORY 2: Sector ===
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* '''[[:category: Sector | See all our listings by sector]]'''
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=== CATEGORY 3: People ===
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* '''[[:category: People | See our directory of commons policy researchers and actors.]]'''
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=== CATEGORY 4: Organization ===
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* '''[[:category: Organization | See all our listings by organization]]'''
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