Submitted by David Rozas on Wed, 16/12/2015 - 15:12
Alcoress defines itself as an association focussed on the creation of sustainable employment following the principles of the Economy for the Common Good.It is a collaborative community comprised of volunteers, professionals and local companies based on Alcorcón (Madrid, Spain).
Submitted by David Rozas on Tue, 19/05/2015 - 12:53
A global community of (mostly) young Europeans. We aspire to put our time and effort into solving the global societal, economic, environmental, security and energy problems threatening Europe and humanity in general. We care about things like open access to knowledge; openness and transparency of government; food security; smart communities; decentralised economic architecture; free/open source software; and art.
Submitted by steve jennings on Sat, 08/11/2014 - 17:27
NordicDEi democratises data with a crowd powered collaborative-data engine where you don’t have to find a database, or worry about security, authentication, or privacy.
We're building a launch-pad for 1,000’s of startups and new ventures, enabling empowered people and enlightened organisations to deliver measurable social impact and sustainable citizen prosperity.
To do this during times of unprecedented social, economic, environmental, demographic, and political uncertainty will require us to take a bold approach and step outside of the way we normally do things.
Red SOStenible is a citizen platform composed by collectives, associations and individuals which was born in 2010 to fight against monopoly laws, from the Spanish Sustainable Economy Law to International partnerships like TTIP or ACTA.
The Free Culture Forum (FCForum) is an international encounter of the most relevant organizations and individuals on free culture, digital rights and access to knowledge, people engaged in reflecting on the social and economic challenges of the dissemination of culture and knowledge in the digital age. This event has been taking place in Barcelona every year since 2009, jointly with the oXcars, a free culture festival.
Freifunk (German for: "Free radio") is a non-commercial open Grassroots initiative to support free radio networks in the German region. Freifunk is part of the international movement for open wireless radio networks.
The main goals of freifunk are to build a network that is decentralized, owned by those who run it and to support local communication. The initiative is based on the Picopeering Agreement. In this agreement participants agree upon a network that is free from discrimination, in the sense of net neutrality.