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The '''Commons Transition Strategies 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 [http://commonstransition.org/ our main site].
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=== CASE STUDY 1: Ecuador's FLOKSociety Project ===
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All the policy papers produced for Ecuador's FLOKSociety project between September 2013 and May 2014. Authors include Michel Bauwens, John Restakis, George Dafermos and Janice Figueiredo:
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*'''[[Research_Plan| Research Plan]]'''
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*'''[[Transition_Proposals_Towards_a_Commons-Oriented_Economy_and_Society| Transition Proposal Towards a Commons Oriented Economy]]'''
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*'''[[Research_Plan_Provided_by_the_Research_Coordinators| Overall View to the Investigation's Streams]]'''
  
== Getting started ==
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==Streams==
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#[[Commons-oriented_Productive_Capacities| Commons-oriented Productive Capacities]]
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#[[Social_Infrastructure_and_Institutional_Innovation| Social Infrastructure and Institutional Innovation]]
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#[[Open_Technical_Infrastructures| Open Technical Infrastructures]]
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#[[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 [http://cooperativa.cat/en/ 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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*'''[[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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=== Open cooperativism and Commons Based Reciprocity Licenses ===
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A summary and overview of two key components in our Commons Transition approach. It will include the four following essays:
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# '''Open Cooperativism for the P2P Age,''' by Michel Bauwens and Vasilis Kostakis
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# '''From the Communism of Capital to a Capital for the Commons,''' by Michel Bauwens and Vasilis Kostakis
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# '''Planning a commons-based, peer production future for Ecuador, '''a reflection by David Bollier
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# '''Working for a phase transition to an open commons-based knowledge society: the Poynder-Bauwens Interview, '''in-depth long form interview on the FLOK experience in Ecuador.
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=== THE 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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# '''Introduction to the Partner State'''
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# '''Commons Transition and the Partner State'''
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# '''The New Triarchy'''
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=== SOLUTIONS  ===
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Please, if you identified a solution cooperative practice in your enviroment you can introduce here the information writing first the name of the solution in the next box. Remember that you have to be signed up.
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=== BILL OF RIGHTS ===
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In order to enhance the European net and to foster political and social strategies for the development of Cooperative Practices, demands and proposals will be carried out to Brussels and to the local administrations office in the six countries involved. It will be on November 2014. Soon more information.
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=== Map of Commons Transition Initiatives ===
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You can search specific results selecting the subjects and locations that interests you [[Run query|'''right here''']].
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=== [[Cooperland-Wiki|Resources on Commons Transition]]  ===
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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://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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* '''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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=== [[Natural_areas_%26_environment|Enviromental resources]] ===
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=== [[Public_%26_Social_Spaces|Public & Social spaces]] ===
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=== [[Care_and_social_reproduction|Cares & Social reprodution]] ===
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=== [[Culture_and_Free_Knowledge|Knowledge & Free Culture]] ===
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Revision as of 16:26, 21 November 2014