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Revision as of 12:20, 16 January 2020

primer.commonstransition.org

Policy proposals and ideas to implement a Social Knowledge Economy

  • The Commons Transition Platform is a database of practical experiences and policy proposals aimed toward achieving a more humane and environmentally grounded mode of societal organization.
  • We’re working to make it possible to not only adopt but to adapt a policy-making platform where the emerging social needs and proposals of the sharing, P2P, commons, open data, free culture, and other ‘open’ movements can express their needs for policy support. Ideally, this platform will become a repository of policy proposals, offering a means of evaluation and cross-learning as well as mutual support in advancing the legal and policy infrastructures that would enable an open society based on open technological infrastructures.

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