While no account of a conference can be fully comprehensive, we believe that this report can serve as a useful guide to people interested in the commons as a robust, growing movement.
We can only promote the commons as a new narrative for the 21st century if they are identified as a common denominator by different social movements and schools of thought. In my point of view, enforcing the commons would be not only possible, but strategically intelligent.
An outline of the general aspects of a political agenda for a gradual transition to a commons-oriented, social knowledge economy.
This four-part strategy memorandum outlines more than sixty examples of legal innovation for the commons and includes a rationale for launching a new field of inquiry and activism: Law for the Commons.
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.