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  • ==Breaking with the EU’s Neoliberal Energy Policy== The failure of EU policy makes it clear that a new course is needed, and Syriza can show ‘another
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  • Here, we present policy proposals that rely on a scientific approach to identify and develop tangib ...edge to the world. For example, Ecuador can export bioinformatic software, policy frameworks, engineering, and healthcare. Education can be articulated to on
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  • ...patory/p2p, Commons-informed policy experts that can intervene in European policy debates.''' ...aim to do here is to match sympathetic politicians and policy makers, with policy advisers.
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  • This policy document examines the application of social knowledge economy principles to ...ing. The concluding section develops these policy principles into a set of policy recommendations for the scaling up of sustainable agriculture practices.
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  • ...ing. The concluding section develops these policy principles into a set of policy recommendations for the development of a decentralised and inclusive social This policy paper examines the application of principles of social knowledge economy to
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  • This policy document examines the application of principles of social knowledge economy ...commodity - should be the fundamental principle underlying any alternative policy proposals for the energy sector. Following this description, the model of d
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  • This paper examines how bold public policy can place the social economy in a central role for transforming the product ...as the primary aims of government<ref name="ftn3"> See J. Restakis, Public Policy for a Partner State, FLOK Society, IAEN, 2014. </ref>.
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  • ...influence, some countries have found it necessary to have an open national policy to promote the use of Free Software. Among the main challenges driving a policy adoption concerning the implementation of Free Software is the issue of cos
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  • ...in the same city. However, this project seems not to be part of any public policy. The FabLab Manchester is owned and run by The Manufacturing Institute, a c == Preliminary General Principles for Policy Making ==
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  • ...re computer security issue, instead, it should be considered as a national policy matter to control the illicit use of cyberspace for economic, public health ...s user privacy, free expression, and innovation through impact litigation, policy analysis, grassroots activism, and technology development.
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  • == Public Policy for a Social Economy == ...ed, democratic, and locally accountable governance; an economic and public policy in service to the collective good; and above all respect and stewardship of
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  • <center>'''Public Policy for a Civil Economy'''<ref name="ftn1">The term “civil economy” is here This paper examines how public policy can strengthen the civil economy to play a central role in transforming the
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  • ...olitical expression of a society in which knowledge, economics, and social policy are all in service to civic values and the common good. ...cial policy where the Partner State model might best be introduced. Such a policy is indispensible for the construction of a truly plurinational body politic
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  • ...ausing new tensions – as well as new proposals seeking to re-imagine state policy and commoning. I will review some of the more prominent proposals, which ra ...much actual effect on law, but can often stimulate important political and policy debates. [http://www.euroalter.com/2015/what-we-share-a-commons-intergroup-
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  • ...ety, but a private good to which one has access through a health insurance policy. As a consequence, many die every year for not having health coverage.[1] ...terprise), in the form of a pilot, with the possibility of becoming public policy for the entire city.
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  • ...the threat posed by the State itself with its natural resource-extraction policy, executed by public instances or the private sector, against the cultural s ...e local territory stance, closing the cycle with the application of public policy agendas, so that the peoples and nationalities can guarantee the recovery,
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  • ...ssing and diffusion of knowledge as a force for progressive social change. Policy recommendations accompany each of the three sections of this paper. A series of policy recommendations for implementing such a vision close this section.
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  • ...order to formulate a transition proposition, through the recommendation of policy proposals. ...f-governance and citizen participation. The paper also examines how public policy can favor knowledge creation and flow within communities and presents strat
    44 KB (6,493 words) - 13:50, 27 August 2015
  • ...rom [http://floksociety.org/en/2015/06/12/buen-conocer-flok-society-public-policy-and-sustainable-models-for-a-social-knowledge-economy-in-ecuador/ FLOK Soci ...results of its work in the book ''Buen Conocer ''''/ FLOK Society: public policy and sustainable models for a social economy of common and open knowledge in
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  • ...health-care, the need to prioritize ecological sustainability in knowledge policy and to promote participation in the management of an open and democratic In ...ort] explains the commons perspective and applies it to various domains of policy that need urgent attention in Europe today.
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  • '''FLOK Stream #4 draft policy documents''' * [[FLOK: Policy Paper on Free Software]]
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  • '''FLOK Stream #5 draft policy documents''' * [[FLOK: Policy paper on Traditional and Ancestral Knowledge]]
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  • ...ies on Social Infrastructure and Institutional Innovation, please [[Public Policy for a Social Knowledge Economy | visit this link]] '''FLOK Stream #3 draft policy documents'''
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  • '''FLOK Stream #2 draft policy documents''' * [[FLOK: Policy paper on biodiversity]], under review [https://floksociety.co-ment.com/text
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  • '''FLOK Stream #1 draft policy documents''' [[Category: Policy Proposals]]
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  • ...visit our [European Commons Assembly: The Policy Papers] section for other policy papers produced by the Assembly.</ref> ...onomic competition between the regions. This puts the emphasis of regional policy on a few, international competitive companies and solutions commercializabl
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  • ...th respect to co-operative, social, and non-profit enterprises; and public policy with respect to the support of partnering frameworks for co-production of g # Public Policy and the Civil Economy
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  • ...eedback is especially welcome on any of the [[:Category:Policy Proposals | policy documents]] found on our wiki. Other ways to get involved include suggestin ...Commons Transition Wiki is a directory of commons-oriented initiatives and policy proposals. It acts as an indexed repository of material on transitioning so
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  • A policy proposal by David Gabriel <ref>(Grenoble, France) contact: [email protected] ...visit our [European Commons Assembly: The Policy Papers] section for other policy papers produced by the Assembly.</ref>
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  • ...visit our [European Commons Assembly: The Policy Papers] section for other policy papers produced by the Assembly.</ref> As a basis, '''EU energy policy should consider energy a common good''' in order to provide all citizens wi
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  • ...protection, expansion, and management of common-pool resources; and public policy with respect to the establishment of partnering frameworks for co-productio [[Category: Policy Proposals]]
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  • George Dafermos is a researcher of technology policy and management and a copyleft activist affiliated with the P2P Foundation. =Policy papers=
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  • ...on the political economy of the commons; technology governance; innovation policy and sustainability; desktop manufacturing; digital currencies; and construc
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  • ...ons Transition project was initially conceived as a wiki to house modified policy proposals from the FLOK society project, adapted to be more generally usefu * '''[[#Policy & Action Items | Policy & Action Items]]'''
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  • ...rom [http://floksociety.org/en/2015/06/12/buen-conocer-flok-society-public-policy-and-sustainable-models-for-a-social-knowledge-economy-in-ecuador/ FLOK Soci ...results of its work in the book ''Buen Conocer ''''/ FLOK Society: public policy and sustainable models for a social economy of common and open knowledge in
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  • ...s, political ecology, circular economy, sustainability transitions, social policy and technology.
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  • ==Policy Implications== ...ts out to some extent ... that when you focus on only one side when making policy changes and don't recognize that, you're going to have a collateral impact
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  • ...sition]. The Commons Transition Platform is an independent and open global policy making platform on Commons Transition Plans. The Commons Transition Wiki ac These policy documents are designed to enable real world practices towards a society bas
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  • These balances open up additional policy options for consideration and development such as Finally this direct Peer to Asset funding method leads to new policy options for housing through the
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  • ===How our policy is enforced===
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