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Wednesday, May 18
 

8:15am

Mindfulness Morning Exercise
Body postures and breath exercises to improve the exhalation and create some space inside yourself.

Speakers
avatar for Luciana Shirakawa

Luciana Shirakawa

Artist, By my own
Studied Performing Arts, Business and Yoga in the tradition of Sri Krishnamacharya. Experience in theater, dance and performances for more than 10 years and facilitation of positive impact innovation projects around health, recycle and sustainability. | | In the last two years have been working with the visual artist Tunga, with Marina Abramovic and with own works around the ephemeral, investigating the duality of permanent and changeable... Read More →


Wednesday May 18, 2016 8:15am - 9:00am
Floating Fest

9:15am

OPENING: Welcome to OuiShare Fest!
Faciliators
avatar for Antonin Léonard

Antonin Léonard

Co-fondateur, OuiShare
Antonin is OuiShare Co-Founder & Global Connector. Back in 2010, he created a blog about collaborative consumption, which helped spark the sharing movement in France. This blog adventure layed the foundation of OuiShare, with which he is strving to build a global organization with significant, tangible social impact at a very local level. He researches, consults, speaks and teaches about P2P alternatives and the power of... Read More →
avatar for Ariane Conrad

Ariane Conrad

Owner, The Book Doula
Ariane Conrad (http://www.arianeconrad.com) is an editorial consultant, narrative strategist and ghostwriter known as The Book Doula. She partners with thoughtleaders and superheroes to produce non-fiction books for mainstream audiences about world-changing ideas and solutions. | She worked with American environmental advocate and civil rights activist Van Jones on two New York Times bestsellers: The Green Collar Economy (Harper One, 2008... Read More →
avatar for Arthur de Grave

Arthur de Grave

Editor & Connector, Ouishare
OUISHARE, REDACTEUR EN CHEF
avatar for Francesca Pick

Francesca Pick

OuiShare Fest Chair, OuiShare
Francesca is a project manager, writer and speaker interested in how tech can change business, society and human interaction. She has played an instrumental role in developing the OuiShare community globally and is chair of OuiShare Fest since 2014. When not working on OuiShare Fest, she helps teams working on meaningful projects increase their impact through collaboration and communication, and experiments with new forms of distributed... Read More →
avatar for Tomas de Lara

Tomas de Lara

Co-leader, Sistema B
Co-leader of Sistema B Brasil (B Corps Movement), social entrepreneur and a business netweaver, Tomás co-founded Goma a co-owning space and collaborative ecosystem of social entrepreneurs and two Hubs of the World Economic Forum Global Shapers Community. Specialist on collaborative and sustainable economies, member of the board of Coca-Cola Brasil Foundation and SNCI (Saudi Arabia National Creative Initiative), Tomás teaches at... Read More →


Wednesday May 18, 2016 9:15am - 9:30am
*Circus

9:30am

Sharing, Collaborating and Relational Goods

Sharing means collaborating. And collaboration stands for “an exchange in which the participants benefit from the encounter” (Sennet 2012)[1]. Doing so, they exchange something (time, experiences, expertise) to achieve a mutually recognized result. At the same time, they produce, as precious side effect, relational goods, as trust, friendliness, empathy, mutual attention and care.

 My proposal is to use this relational goods production as norm of reading to evaluate sharing innovations and their evolution from first ideas to mature solutions.

 

Adopting this point of view, it can be easily recognized that, where at the beginning the majority of sharing ideas and practices were collaborative and capable to produce relational goods, in their evolution towards maturity, different innovation paths have been followed. The result is that some of them have totally lost their original collaborative character, and some others maintained it, adapting it to the new conditions. That is, finding the way to extend collaborative behaviours from the initial small groups of enthusiasts, to larger number of active, but far less committed actors.

 

My presentation focuses on this second path and, moving from here, discusses how sharing innovations can evolve, become mature and spread maintaining their collaborative dimension. That is, producing, reproducing and amplifying relational goods in the normal everybody’s everyday life. In other words, my proposal is that, for the sharing movement, after the gold rush there could be the challenging perspective of a disruptive normality: a condition in which, for a growing number of people, it becomes normal to think and behave in contrast with the unsustainable ideas and behaviours that, unfortunately, are still mainstream. 



Speakers
avatar for Ezio Manzini

Ezio Manzini

Professor, DESIS Network, University of the Arts, London, Politecnico di Milano
For more than two decades he has been working in the field of design for sustainability. Most recently, his interests have focussed on social innovation, considered as a major driver of sustainable changes. In this perspective he started DESIS: an international network of schools of design specifically active in the field of design for social innovation and sustainability (http://www.desis-network.org ). Presently, he is Chair Professor of... Read More →


Wednesday May 18, 2016 9:30am - 9:45am
*Circus

9:45am

Making The Open City
Citizen-led initiatives in Barcelona, Amsterdam and Bristol are currently demonstrating that it is possible to put people at the heart of smart city innovation and technology at the service of society. Tackling urban issues by appropriating technology, discussing data ownership and privacy, and exploring commoning and sharing dynamics they aim to co-create more inclusive, open and resilient cities. This presentation sheds light on how citizens are catalysing a new wave in smart city design that challenges existing power structures, amplifies the range of available solutions to urban issues and therefore creates value and opportunities for all. 

Speakers
avatar for Mara Balestrini

Mara Balestrini

Partner and Director of Research, Ideas for Change
Human Computer Interaction (HCI) expert and technology strategist. Track record of successful independent technology interventions for community engagement as well as co-leading an innovation strategy firm. Computer Science PhD candidate University College London. Mara is a partner and Director of Research at Ideas for Change , a think tank and consultancy firm advising cities, businesses and institutions on innovation... Read More →


Wednesday May 18, 2016 9:45am - 10:00am
*Circus

10:00am

Institutions in the age of algorithms, and why we still need them
This talk will try to outline some of the possible features of Twenty-First Century institutions and large organisations for a future that looks both more human and networked, but also more automated and robotic. Looking back at the role institutions have historically played as custodians of shared values, I will try to make a positive case for how they could protect and extend our new shared network-era values in both the commercial and non-commercial domains.

Speakers
avatar for Lee Bryant

Lee Bryant

Director, Post*Shift
Lee Bryant is passionate about using social technology to put humans front and centre of the way we do things in the Twenty-First Century. He has been playing with words and computers since the age of 10, but it was in the mid-1990s, whilst working in international politics and diplomacy, that he discovered the immense power of the internet to influence and orchestrate change. He believes social networks, not bureaucracies, are the... Read More →


Wednesday May 18, 2016 10:00am - 10:15am
*Circus

10:15am

How to Fund Communities and Movements Transparently

The Internet has so far been really good at helping people to do things together. But once there is money involved, we still need to create 20th century legal entities and collect money in black boxes. In this talk, we will explore how we can fund our communities today in a transparent way to make sure they have the financial resources to sustain themselves and to have a larger impact on society.


Speakers
avatar for Xavier Damman

Xavier Damman

Ceo at Open Collective, Open Collective
Xavier is a contributor to OpenCollective, a new form of association that enables communities to collect and disburse money transparently. Before that, Xavier was the cofounder/CEO of Storify, an application to publish social media used by news organizations and community managers all around the world, including CNN, the BBC, Al Jazeera, the United Nations and many others. Barack Obama also used it for his latest campaign. Storify got acquired in... Read More →


Wednesday May 18, 2016 10:15am - 10:30am
*Circus

10:15am

Common Room: Self-organize!

This space is free for all attendees to co-create, play and host spontanous session in. This is your common room where you can continue conversations, host impromtu workshops and expand the Fest program as you please!

Setup

The room holds 12 people max and is equipped with a basic workshop setup: table, chairs, a screen & cables to connect your laptop, post-its, markers & paper.

Room Rules

1. Welcome everyone

This is an open space for the Fest community. No private meetings! If you hold a session here, you agree to welcome anyone who walks in.

2. Communicate your session

To make sure others know what discussion is currently in session, before starting write the name of your session and what time you started on the flipchart outside the space entrance. Every new session should use a new blank page on the flipchart.

3. Be respectful

If others are waiting to use the room after you, please keep your sessions to 45 min. If no one seems to want the room, feel free to stay longer, but be mindful if new groups arrive.  

4. Be Creative & Share

These are the only rules for this space. Beyond that, you define what is possible - so have fun, experiment and document the outcomes for others to benefit from, if you can.


 

Wednesday May 18, 2016 10:15am - 11:00am
Garage

10:15am

Collective Regulation of the Collaborative Economy
Limited Capacity full

Through this workshop I want people to recognise that the current state-based and self-regulatory approaches to governing the sharing economy are inadequate for ensuring that networked monopolies operate in the best interests of society. However, as consumers and workers of these networked monopolies we have the power to influence how these networked monopolies are conducted and maintained. This interactive workshop will help attendees understand the history of the sharing economy within the context of the wider economy, so that they can begin to draw parallels between the two and recognise reoccurring problems, identify patterns of (de)regulation, and re-think the sector’s regulatory solutions. 


Faciliators
avatar for Brhmie Balaram

Brhmie Balaram

Senior Researcher, The RSA
I lead the RSA's work on the sharing economy. I'm really interested in how we can move towards a 'fairer' sharing economy, particularly through addressing emerging monopoly power in the sector.


Wednesday May 18, 2016 10:15am - 11:00am
Lab

10:15am

Cultivating Intimacy & Setting Boundaries
A 'Playshop' is a playful workshop. Come and dare find out about your personal ability to trust!

When someone reserves your room on Airbnb, how do you know if you want to host them? Would you let just anyone borrow your car? How do you know when you want to say “yes” and when you want to say “no”? Which one feels harder to say? We can only know and trust other as far as we know and trust ourselves. Come play with the OuiShare community, exploring personal and interpersonal trust and communication, the very basis for sharing.

Faciliators
avatar for Alison Cebulla

Alison Cebulla

Life coach, Alison Cebulla
Trust, intimacy, and boundaries in the sharing economy.
avatar for Josep Carrizo

Josep Carrizo

Digital Engineer, entuition
Positive Attitude. Outdoorsman, Entrepreneur and Speaker. Committed to Responsible Leadership & Environment.


Wednesday May 18, 2016 10:15am - 11:00am
Floating Fest

10:15am

La démocratie dans l'entreprise

Peut-on instituer une véritable démocratie dans l'entreprise ? Y a-t-il des similarités avec la démocratie politique qui nous est familière ? Quelles sont les solutions proposées par les coopératives et les mutuelles implantées depuis longtemps en France ? Quelles sont les limites de ces modèles ?
La MAIF, le Crédit Coopératif et le Groupe Up (anciennement Groupe Chèque Déjeuner), en tant que mutuelle et coopératives, sont engagées depuis longtemps dans le maintien d'une gouvernance partagée.
Les Présidents de ces trois organisations partageront leurs expériences au cours de ce panel.

 


Moderators
avatar for Marguerite Grandjean

Marguerite Grandjean

Connector, OuiShare
Marguerite is a futurist and director of studies for OuiShare, making sense of trends, experiments, and behaviors that are profoundly changing our economies and societies. Lately, she has been leading the "Governances" project at OuiShare, which looks at the creative ways in which startups from the collaborative economy associate their contributors to the decisions that impact them and share the value they generate. | As a futurist (yes... Read More →

Speakers
avatar for Jean-Louis Bancel

Jean-Louis Bancel

President, Crédit Coopératif
A graduate of HEC (1978) and ENA (1980–1982) with a PhD in law, Jean-Louis Bancel has served as Chairman of Crédit Coopératif since 2009 (and Vice Chairman from 2005 to 2009), Chairman of the International Cooperative Banking Association (a sectorial organization of the International Co-operative Alliance), and a member of ANC, France’s accounting standards authority. Jean-Louis Bancel worked in the Insurance... Read More →
avatar for Catherine Coupet

Catherine Coupet

CEO, UP GROUP
Catherine Coupet is CEO of Up Group, a French cooperative company who designs products and services (as vouchers, cards and mobile applications) which facilitate the daily life of 27 million people around the world. | Catherine Coupet joined Cheque Dejeuner, Up Group’s parent company, in 1988. She led a commercial and management career and was elected by employees as a member of the board in 2002 and appointed as chairwoman and CEO in 2014... Read More →
avatar for Dominique Mahé

Dominique Mahé

Président, MAIF
Dominique Mahé is a former Professor in Literature, History and Geography and has been at the service of MAIF for 30 years. | After being appointed as CEO of MAIF Group in 2014, he was elected Chairman of the Board of MAIF on February 6, 2016. Hsi mission is to carry forward the Group's strategic plan building on the unique model of a mutual insurance. | Currently, he is also President of FILIA-MAIF (property and casualty insurance... Read More →


Wednesday May 18, 2016 10:15am - 11:00am
*Studio

10:15am

Blockchains & Smart Contracts for Beginners

If the internet we use today is the internet of information, blockchain is the internet of value that can fundamentally disrupt business, economy & politics as we know it. The aim of this workshop is to understand the basic principals of blockchain and the potential of smart contracts that build on top of it. How does the blockchain affect you? What products and services can we build on top of it? Are the coders of today, the lawyers of the future? And what does the future of democracy look like?


Speakers
avatar for Shermin Voshmgir

Shermin Voshmgir

Founder, BlockchainHub
Shermin is the founder of the BlockchainHub, a Berlin based info hub & think tank focusing on topics like smart contracts, peer-to-peer economy & the future of democracy. She got her PhD in IT-Management at the Vienna University of Economics, where she used to work as an assistant professor and currently lectures blockchain related topics. Furthermore she studied film and drama in Madrid. Her past work experience ranges from... Read More →


Wednesday May 18, 2016 10:15am - 11:00am
Camp

10:15am

Connect & Explore
Come here to connect with startups, companies as well as local and global initiatives. In this space you will find:

1. OuiShare Fest Info point

2. Food point, cafe & lounge

4. Meet OuiShare desk

5. Partners spaces
  • Castorama: one of the leading home improvement brands in Europe, with more than 45 years of experience in the field.
  • Mangopay: a payment solution dedicated to marketplaces.
  • Groupe Up: built on a cooperative foundation, Up group is one a major companies in the Social and Solidarity Economy (SSE), that has various a forward-looking sector that combines modernity, innovation and sustainable development.

6. Communities & Networks 'From the Edge'
  • B-lab (Bcorp): a nonprofit organization that serves a global movement of people using business as a force for good
  • Enspiral: a virtual and physical network of companies and professionals working together to create a thriving society.
  • P2P Foundation: The P2P Foundation is an international organization focused on studying, researching, documenting and promoting peer to peer practices in a very broad sense. 
  • Without Model: a think tank dedicated to foster open, collaborative and responsible business models
  • ShareNL: the Dutch knowledge and networking platform for the collaborative economy, working with startups, corporations, cities, governments and knowledge institutions in the Netherlands and around the world. Furthermore, they are also the initiator of 'Amsterdam Sharing City' and they recently published a book called 'Share', about the opportunities and challenges of the collaborative economy.
  • Global Hub for the Common Good: A Think Ocean of the New Economy: from the people for the people. We are a group of people and organisations co-creating a new political, economic and social system aimed at the common good. Fancy joining us? 
  • Girls in Tech: a global non-profit focused on the engagement, education and empowerment of girls and women who are passionate about technology
  • SWITCH: a collective empowering people to redesign their worklife. We provide a large range of experiences to invent the futur of work: education programs, community building, events, contents and services.
  • Mangrove: Mangrove is a community of professional emancipation led by values such as transparency and kindliness. It is organised in a decentralized manner thanks to technological tools allowing members to be efficient on a wide scale.
  • Co-recyclage: a gift platform for used objects
  • Collectif BAM: a collective of designers that work with public and private actors using collaborative and digital practices.

Wednesday May 18, 2016 10:15am - 6:30pm
The Hub

10:30am

Town Halls for Mass Collaborative Innovation and Impact
Speakers
avatar for Imandeep Kaur

Imandeep Kaur

Co - Founder / Director, Impact Hub Birmingham
Immy is a co-founder of Impact Hub Birmingham, a network of citizens, makers, doers, entrepreneurs, activists and dreamers committed to building a better Birmingham and better world. Powered by a 6,000 sq. ft. collaborative workshop in the heart of Birmingham, the Impact Hub is an engine for passion, learning and outcomes where together, the community work to build a better, more fair city.  Immy is Director of Project 00, [zero zero] is... Read More →


Wednesday May 18, 2016 10:30am - 10:45am
*Circus

10:30am

"The Documentation Tree" - 3 day permanent workshop
The Gold rush is over. What's left? The seeds we have planted: the projects, the processes and the things we have documented. Documentation has always been an important challenge for creative communities.

Let's share our methods and processes of documentation with a "Tree of Documentation"! Join our permanent 3-day workshop, to help us create one of the worlds largest libraries dedicated to free and open source documentation and read, edit, copy, add, fork, modify...  

Wednesday May 18, 2016 10:30am - 6:30pm
Playground

10:45am

Daan Weddepohl: "How to build a true sharing company: reality vs romance"
Speakers
avatar for Daan Weddepohl

Daan Weddepohl

CEO, Peerby
I love technology and I love people. I find it amazing that that i’m able to use technology to bring people together. Peerby gives people an excuse to ring their neighbours doorbell and help each other out; Two strangers meeting for the very first time. It’s how human relationships begin.


Wednesday May 18, 2016 10:45am - 11:00am
*Circus

11:00am

Break
Wednesday May 18, 2016 11:00am - 11:30am
Camp

11:00am

Break
Wednesday May 18, 2016 11:00am - 11:30am
Lab

11:00am

Break
Wednesday May 18, 2016 11:00am - 11:30am
Garage

11:00am

Break
Wednesday May 18, 2016 11:00am - 11:30am
*Studio

11:00am

Break
Wednesday May 18, 2016 11:00am - 11:30am
Floating Fest

11:00am

Break
Wednesday May 18, 2016 11:00am - 11:30am
*Circus

11:00am

If Blockchain could do your dishes: Installation
Collectif BAM will present a physical installation they have built that explains how blockchain technology works.

Wednesday May 18, 2016 11:00am - 11:30am
The Hub

11:00am

OuishareRadio Podcast LIVE: Ouishare Community Stories
OuiShare Radio with Bernie Mitchell. 

This will take place at the OuiShare space in the Hub!

Wednesday May 18, 2016 11:00am - 11:30am
The Hub

11:30am

Booting the Shadow Aristocracy

The upcoming revolution of trust-commoditization will fundamentally alter power structures in society, disenfranchising institutions and its constituents born into a role of assumed guardianship of our economic and political world. I'll discuss why they were there the in first place, what has changed and throw some ideas around for how it might play out.


Speakers
avatar for Gavin Wood

Gavin Wood

Founder, Ethcore Limited
Before founding Ethcore, Dr. Gavin Wood was the Chief Technology Officer and co­founder of the Ethereum Project. During his time with the project, he co-­designed, formalised and implemented the Ethereum Protocol, created the Whisper protocol and devised the DEVp2p network protocol, the Solidity programming language and Mix IDE. Prior to Ethereum, he pushed the state-­of­-the-­art in video synthesis tools, audio analysis software and... Read More →


Wednesday May 18, 2016 11:30am - 11:45am
*Circus

11:30am

Civic Tech: Will the Revolution be Uberized?

While civic tech grows with technology, people meet in real life. Are social networks, mobile phones, apps, digital video, VR, and blockchain the new tools of the revolution? Online voting platforms are expanding, as well as new collaborative toolboxes under the general label of collective intelligence.

The workshop will be interactive and participative and attendees will be asked to suggest various civic movements and methods of engagment, digital tools and platforms, public policy co-designed with citizens. Attendees and panel will review successful civic tech innovations (France and worldwide) leading to change.




Speakers
avatar for Julien Bayou

Julien Bayou

Porte-parole, EELV
avatar for David Guez

David Guez

Co-founder, LaPrimaire.org
LaPrimaire.org' objective is to break the monopoly of political parties over the designation of election candidates. We are currently working on organization the first open democratic primary for the 2017 french presidential elections.
avatar for Julie de Pimodan

Julie de Pimodan

Fondatrice et Fluicity, Fluicity
Former journalist and media entrepreneur, Julie spent 7 years of her professional career in the Middle East, living and working in Yemen, the UAE and Turkey. | | This experience took place during the arab springs and raised her awareness about governments that alienate their citizens and the importance of new technologies for democratic transformations. | | She then worked for five years for Google, driving the emerging markets... Read More →
avatar for Léonore de Roquefeuil

Léonore de Roquefeuil

Executive Director, VOXE.org
Leonore is the CEO of Voxe.org, one of the leading civic tech initiative in France. She studied international politics but was never involved in a political party and thought that she might not be the only one. She got passionate about youth engagement and worked on it for 2 years at the UN in New York. She then realized that she wanted to act herself directly on this matter to change the way we interact in modern democracies and joined... Read More →

Faciliators
avatar for Janique Laudouar

Janique Laudouar

Web editor, Le Blog de la Ménagère
Hypermedia Paris 8 University introduced me to digital culture, digital art, collective intelligence in 1995. In 2007 I started Le Blog de la Ménagère : digital culture, democracy, civic tech movements, citizen engagement, civil society innovations, collaborative economy.


Wednesday May 18, 2016 11:30am - 12:15pm
Lab

11:30am

In Search of Lost Solidarities
Moderators
avatar for Diana Filippova

Diana Filippova

OuiShare Fest Program Chair | Writer | Activist, OuiShare
I am a writer, strategic advisor and activist working on creating new models, values and practices for our common future. Deeply engaged in helping change the way we work, interact, innovate, create and govern, I aim at bringing autonomy, fairness, political participation and progress back into our systems. | | As OuiShare pioneer and Connector, I help businesses, communities, institutions and individuals to take advantage of collaborative... Read More →

Speakers
avatar for Fabrice Epelboin

Fabrice Epelboin

Co-founder Yogosha | Teacher, Sciences Po. Paris
Fabrice has been an entrepreneur since the pre-bubble internet era and is a former journalist. Recently, he cofounded Yogosha, a Bug Bounty platform (think Uber meets information security, with hackers). | He teaches social and political impact of technologies and internet sub cultures at Sciences Po. and gives lectures in various universities and conferences, in France and abroad.
avatar for Saru Jayaraman

Saru Jayaraman

Co-Founder and Co-Director, Restaurant Opportunities Centers United
Saru Jayaraman is the Co-Founder and Co-Director of the Restaurant Opportunities Centers United (ROC United) and Director of the Food Labor Research Center at University of California, Berkeley.  After 9/11, together with displaced World Trade Center workers, she co-founded ROC in New York, which has organized restaurant workers to win workplace justice campaigns, conduct research and policy work, partner with responsible... Read More →
avatar for Matthieu Leventis

Matthieu Leventis

Cofounder, Mangrove
Matthieu Leventis is an entrepreneur and freelancer rethinking our work lives. After studying engineering, sociology and economics in top french schools, he built his vision through experiences ranging from the study of informal entrepreneurship in Senegal to helping a top french company with their HR reorganisation. He cofounded and ran a tech startup for two years, and is now designing a new way of working through the creation of Mangrove... Read More →
avatar for Laetitia Vitaud

Laetitia Vitaud

Speaker / Writer, Switch Collective
At Switch Collective I think about the future of work and its implications for our institutions. Switch Collective aims to empower people to redesign their work lives in an ever-changing environment.


Wednesday May 18, 2016 11:30am - 12:15pm
*Studio

11:30am

Developing Objects Made for Sharing

Purpose:

Define “Made for Sharing”
Identify objects that could be “Made for Sharing”
Share inputs to what needs to be true for “Made for Sharing” to be an acknowledged term

 Intro:

There are already many objects in cities, which are designed to be shared among many users. Everything public is naturally shared but new offerings, using a “private operating model” has also entered the public space. Bike and car sharing services are two well known examples.

Most recently, AirBnB has started investigating the potential for “designed for sharing” spaces so that homes could be directly designed with this goal of “sharing” or renting in mind.

Traditionally sharing, as an example, was setting up at box for sharing the books that you are finished with yourself, and maybe even the books that you do not really want to keep J So – to be blunt, sharing in the “old school” tradition was sharing the objects that you, for some reason, did not care about anymore.

Specific criteria need to be met in order to allow a high intensity of use. Most importantly, such objects need to be built to last. 

However, our hypothesis is that “Made for Sharing” objects can have more ambitious goals than only a high intensity of use. Such objects can have the potential to trigger social interactions and contribute to activating the public space. This requires other specifications than merely being built to last: made for sharing objects need also to be social objects and need to have a design that can guarantee a good user experience.

In this workshop, we would like to challenge this idea of “Made for Sharing” objects and start a conversation about their characteristics.

We will use the concrete case of “OurHub” a social object designed with those questions in mind - to challenge the idea of “made for sharing” products. The participants will use this example as a starting point to discuss the concept of "made for sharing” and come up with ideas of new objects “made for sharing” within different categories: Play, Live, Work and Learn. Finally, the participants discuss what needs to be true for the term to become a more acknowledge term.


Faciliators
avatar for Caroline De Francqueville Hansen

Caroline De Francqueville Hansen

Consultant, SharingLab
avatar for Peter Just

Peter Just

Founding partner - Innovation strategist, SharingLab
At SharingLab we are dedicated explorers of how the sharing of small objects can create strong communities. We research the mechanisms that make us share, and incentives for becoming part of a community. | | By rediscovering the heritage of the Danish cooperative movement, we believe Danes can become pioneers for sharing. We aim to bring these ideas up-to-date, carried by technology and mobile devices, and thereby establish a modern Danish... Read More →


Wednesday May 18, 2016 11:30am - 12:15pm
Floating Fest

11:30am

Designing a Sharing City

What is a Sharing City? Why should your city become one? And perhaps even more important: how? 

Both Shareable and shareNL have been very active in the Sharing City field for years, and have decided to host this workshop together. Based on their experience on both the 'grassroots' and 'grasstops' levels, they invite you to come to this workshop to co-create a common vision and design for the 'Sharing City'.

Participants will learn from the humble experience of the presenters and from each other as we lay the groundwork together necessary to push the conversation forward both at OuiShare Fest and in our own communities and cities back home.

Should you have any suggestions for this workshop, feel free to contact us in advance:tom@shareable.net and harmen@shareNL.nl. For more information, please also take a look at www.shareable.net and www.shareNL.nl/englishpage. We are looking forward to meet you in May. 


Faciliators
avatar for Harmen van Sprang

Harmen van Sprang

co-founder, shareNL
Harmen van Sprang is the co-founder of shareNL, the Dutch knowledge and networking platform for the collaborative (sharing) economy. Together with co-founder Pieter van de Glind and his team, Harmen works with startups, corporations, cities, governments and knowledge institutions in The Netherlands and abroad. All with the objective to further develop the collaborative economy. Furthermore, they are the initiators of Amsterdam Sharing City and... Read More →
avatar for Tom Llewellyn

Tom Llewellyn

Organizing Director, Shareable
Tom Llewellyn is the Organizing Director at Shareable.net, and a lifelong sharer, commoner and story teller. He coordinates the global Sharing Cities Network, #MapJam, and other community sharing campaigns, in addition to collaborating on Shareable’s weekly publishing, co-editing the Shareable Guide to Sharing book series and speaking internationally about real, equitable sharing cities. | | Previously, he was the Education and Activism... Read More →


Wednesday May 18, 2016 11:30am - 1:00pm
Camp

11:30am

Building DApps (Decentralized Applications)
Deploying a smart contracts on Ethereum blockchain might sound exciting but we first need to be sure it's relevant to meet our respective objectives. Attendees will be invited to describe the scenario of their own app. After summing up the main good practices, we'll code, deploy and test one smart contract together.

Faciliators
avatar for Julien Béranger

Julien Béranger

Co-founder, Abie Fund
I discovered blockchain techs in April 2013. Abie Fund is an Ethereum based crowdfunding decentralized app. It's a non-profit project and it's a work in progress. | | I love to talk about startups (specifically governance, salaries, shares), marketing, social networks, cooperatives, open hardware projects, and hacking. | | You can find some details about me here : https://about.me/julienberanger


Wednesday May 18, 2016 11:30am - 1:00pm
Garage

11:45am

Plantoid & DAOs : Blockchain-based Life Forms
Artist & researcher Primavera De Filippi has created a new species. It’s called Plantoid, and it’s difficult to describe in a single sentence. At first glance, it appears to be a mechanical sculpture, but taking a closer look it reveals itsself more as a mechanical creature.
Primavera tells the story of the Plantoid as a “distributed autonomous organisation” or DAO, which is a quasi-legal entity that exists as executable code on the blockchain. Every Plantoid implements its own DAO, allowing it to interact with the real world.

Speakers
avatar for Primavera de Filippi

Primavera de Filippi

CNRS / Harvard / Backfeed
Primavera De Filippi is a postdoctoral researcher at the CERSA / CNRS / Université Paris II (Panthéon-Assas). She is currently a research fellow at the Berkman Center for Internet & Society at Harvard Law School, where she is investigating the legal challenges of “governance-by-design” in online distibuted architectures, such as Bitcoin, Ethereum etc. She is also a co-founder and Chief Alchemist at Backfeed, a... Read More →


Wednesday May 18, 2016 11:45am - 12:00pm
*Circus

12:00pm

Blockchain beyond Bitcoin
Speakers
avatar for Vinay Gupta

Vinay Gupta

Strategic Architect, Consensys Systems
Vinay Gupta is a strategic architect at Consensys Systems. He was the project manager for the first Ethereum releases, and spends a lot of time figuring out how to communicate blockchain technology concepts, and make this new world more accessible to people.


Wednesday May 18, 2016 12:00pm - 12:15pm
*Circus

12:15pm

Ecovillages as sustainable, sharing solutions

After the Gold rush and the consumerist appropriation of citizen’s collaborative mindset, how can we settle the sharing spirit and unleash its true power. Ecovillages shine as a systemic solution to transcend collaborative economy into a truly sustainable, sharing society.

We'll be playing (and co-creating !) a large scale board game to simulate this transition and demonstrate that local but interconnected sustainable self-sufficiency allows a global sharing economy we might all want to be part of.


Faciliators
avatar for Declan Kennedy

Declan Kennedy

Vision Initator, Planungsbüro Kennedy
avatar for Gregoire Durrens

Gregoire Durrens

Green Fab Lab Manager, Earthship Biotecture
FabShip project : Fablab + Earthship = self sufficient lab. Fablabs in ecovillages : How shared knowledge, OpenSource and shared local hi-tech can help build local, lo-tech, cheap, and DIY systems for addressing urgent and vital basic human needs such as water, shelter, food, energy... Currently working at the GreenFabLab in Barcelona : http://goo.gl/SgIeV5 Love to play the cajon :) !
avatar for Yann Le Beguec

Yann Le Beguec

Member of Oasis Project Steering Comitee, Colibris Movement
What can we learn from nature to build resilient, autonomous, decentralized communities ? What is the opportunity for blockchain to deepen our connections, to ourselves and everyone ? The Colibris Movement is commited to help a more human and ecologic new society to rise out of the old one. Oasis Project supports the build of a new way of life, shared and decentralized in many domains : economy, governance, education, livelihood. | I am... Read More →



Wednesday May 18, 2016 12:15pm - 1:00pm
Lab

12:15pm

Connecting Diversities: Migrants, Social Innovation and Collaborative Inclusion

We must change the way we think about migrants. With their diversity and mobility they can help us to make a much-needed cultural shift: to move from the traditional idea of living in solid and homogenous societies, toward the recognition that we already are experiencing open and dynamic — and therefore fluid and changeable — social forms and structures. A condition in which, in many ways, we are all mutually strangers.

The question then becomes: how can people who consider each other strangers live well together? How do we achieve connection within diversity? The answer is collaboration: the exchange of time, experiences, and expertise in order to achieve a mutually recognized result.

Even in contemporary society, with all its contradictions and complexity, collaboration is possible. Already we see collaborative social innovation in action between migrants and citizens — whether it’s organizing soccer games, playing music together, or starting up enterprises. Diverse people are able to meet and collaborate. And, doing so, to produce values for themselves and for the whole community. The task of design must be to create ecosystems where these forms of collaboration can grow and thrive, generating models that go well beyond the issue of migrants to improve social cohesion as a whole. 

 


Moderators
avatar for Ezio Manzini

Ezio Manzini

Professor, DESIS Network, University of the Arts, London, Politecnico di Milano
For more than two decades he has been working in the field of design for sustainability. Most recently, his interests have focussed on social innovation, considered as a major driver of sustainable changes. In this perspective he started DESIS: an international network of schools of design specifically active in the field of design for social innovation and sustainability (http://www.desis-network.org ). Presently, he is Chair Professor of... Read More →

Speakers
avatar for Ahmad Sufian Bayram

Ahmad Sufian Bayram

Founder & CEO, Arabshare
Ahmad Sufian Bayram is a social entrepreneurship, startup, and collaborative economy activist. He is Techstars' regional manager in the Middle East and Africa. For the past five years, Ahmad has been playing an essential role in leading the development of empowering the collaborative economy in the Arab World and building supportive communities based on sharing, collaboration and openness. He is the Founder and CEO at ArabShare; the first... Read More →
avatar for Stéphane de Freitas

Stéphane de Freitas

CEO, Indigo
28 years old Artist, Founder and President of the Indigo Cooperative ARTIST Stéphane de Freitas is an artist known under the pseudonym SdF, working on the concept of mixing opposites. His work is translated in painting, live performances, short films but also in messages he diffuses in his own typography. «Indigo», one of his many concepts, stems from the harmonious mix of blue and red, colors that naturally oppose one... Read More →
avatar for Anne Riechert

Anne Riechert

Founder and managing director, ReDI School of Digital Integration
Anne Kjær Riechert is a 2006 graduate from the prestigious social innovation and change management education KaosPilot in Denmark. From 2006-2009 she worked as creative lead and corporate social responsibility consultant for the Copenhagen-based brand strategy company Stoic, where she amongst others developed and implemented Samsung Electronics award-winning CSR strategy for Scandinavia. | | In July 2010, Anne moved to Japan, when she... Read More →
avatar for Ben Webster

Ben Webster

Founder, Jamiya
Founder of Jamiya, which to aims to provide accessible higher education opportunities for Syrian refugees by reconnecting the communities of displaced students and academics through online learning. Previously worked in Jordan for the International Organisation for Migration (IOM) on the Syria refugee crisis, a researcher on the UK Sharing Economy Review, the UK Foreign Office and Transparency International. Interested in peer-driven education... Read More →


Wednesday May 18, 2016 12:15pm - 1:00pm
*Studio

12:15pm

Blockchains: The End of the Corporation or its Reinvention?
The Internet has enabled decentralized exchange of information, but until know, any exchange of value had to rely on a trusted third party, even in the digital economy. With Blockchain Tech, even transactions can be managed in a completely distributed fashion, removing the need for any intermediary at all: it is "the Ultimate Uberization". Does this mean corporations will eventually disappear, or morph into blockchain-based DAOs - "Decentralized Autonomous Organizations" ? Or in the contrary, will the transparency and efficiency of blockchain technology open a whole range of possibilities for businesses to reinvent their industry, hopefully for the better?

Moderators
avatar for Benjamin Tincq

Benjamin Tincq

OuiShare
French social entrepreneur and strategist focused on open source and decentralized technologies for new economies. Co-founder of OuiShare: a global network of projects and people exploring the edge and intersections of collaborative economies, emerging communities and digital transformations ; and POC21: a global community of eco-hackers developing open source solutions for sustainable living. Currently building a new-generation Investment Fund... Read More →

Speakers
avatar for Claire Balva

Claire Balva

Co-founder, Blockchain France
Claire Balva co-founded Blockchain France in September 2015 in order to enlighten and spread blockchain as well as to develop the blockchain ecosystem in France. Recently, in January, she and her team organized the first big event about blockchain in France. Blockchain France also offers blockchain training sessions & workshops to companies. | Last year, Claire gratuated from ESCP Europe with a Master in Management.
avatar for Philippe Dewost

Philippe Dewost

Deputy Director, Caisse des dépôts
Philippe Dewost is an executive with a dual corporate & startup track in high  | tech and telecom, and has been recognized over the past 15 years as an  | innovation driven, game changing, and inspiring leader.  | As Wanadoo co-founder, he helped build Europe’s #1 ISP, held senior  | marketing and business positions in european startups, relaunched Orange France Telecom’s home devices  | business... Read More →
avatar for Vincent  Fily

Vincent Fily

Business Developement Manager Finance, Microsoft
Vincent leads the strategy midterm to grow Microsoft impact in the Banking and | Insurance industries in France and co-lead Microsoft France Blockchain virtual team. | Vincent moved back from Seattle where he managed Microsoft Strategy for the Capital | Markets and Securities industry at Microsoft Corp. With over 15 years of experience in | investment banking and information technology industry, Vincent has developed an | impressive experience in... Read More →
avatar for Arno Laeven

Arno Laeven

Head of Blockchain Lab, Philips
Arno is initiator and head of the Blockchain Lab at Philips. With a dedicated team of developers, designers, business modellers and legal experts Philips is creating a strategic, technical and legal framework for the use of Blockchain in Healthcare. They do so by building working prototypes for real use cases in healthcare. Arno has a background in tech, media and innovation and has seen and lived the transformation of media. His interest in... Read More →


Wednesday May 18, 2016 12:15pm - 1:00pm
*Circus

1:00pm

Pop up Performances by Simón Adinia Hanukai

Pop-Up performances by Simón Adinia Hanukai of Kaimera Productions, in collaboration with GroupStudio and associated artists.

Selected audience members will be invited to take part in short (3-15 minute) pop-up performances taking place throughout the festival grounds. These performances, created specifically for this year’s Ouishare Fest, were inspired by the themes of the festival, as well as Antoine de Saint-Exupéry’s iconic book The Little Prince. 




Performers
avatar for SAURAT ALEXIA

SAURAT ALEXIA

Performer, Kaimera Productions
CIRCUS THEATRE DANSE | https://youtu.be/Xz8_0xzivKc
avatar for Gaubert Baptiste

Gaubert Baptiste

performance, Hanukai
Actor singer coming from southern Burgundy, came to Paris to promote themselves , looking for any artistic project combining singing and comedy. More information about my projects on this site : http://compagniebam.weebly.com/
avatar for Emmanuel Barrère

Emmanuel Barrère

Actor, KAIMERA PRODUCTIONS
avatar for Selma Bella-Zarhloul

Selma Bella-Zarhloul

Performer, Kaimera productions
avatar for Sarah Bertholon

Sarah Bertholon

Actrice, Kaimera Productions
Sarah Bertholon a été formée à l'école internationale Jacques à Paris. Elle s'est épanouie auprès de rencontres professionnelles importantes dans sa vie et en particulier au contact de Alexandre Del Perugia, Sebastien Bonabel et Jack Garfein. Elle a construit son jeu et ses outils pour créer l'essence de son univers au travers de stages afdas jeu caméra et theatre. Elle a travaillé pour la télévision française sur TF1 et France2... Read More →
avatar for Sebastien Bonnabel

Sebastien Bonnabel

Director, GroupStudio
avatar for marie bouvet

marie bouvet

actress, simon hanukai
As an artist, my job ( with my performance's friends) is to create a link between people, to make people forget that we should meet and share as sensitive beings and not only as social robots. Let's share our experiences. Let's live the present moment. Let's connect with our sensations. That's what we tried to do with the Simon Hanukai troup. I'll hope you'll share this with us!
avatar for Joël Dirninger

Joël Dirninger

Actor, Improviser, Director, Kaimera Productions
- Improvisation Techniques : A help for crisis situation, and all kind of activity. | - General Semantics (A non Aristotelian system) : Tools for sanity. | - The way to put our mind in a "Collaborative Mode"
avatar for MARINE DUSEHU

MARINE DUSEHU

PERFORMER, KAIMERA PRODUCTIONS
avatar for Simón Adinia Hanukai

Simón Adinia Hanukai

Co-Artistic Director, Kaimera Productions
Simón Adinia Hanukai is a theater maker, director, curator, educator, and Co-Artistic Director of Kaimera Productions (www.kaimeraproductions.com) who splits his time between New York and Paris. Originally from Baku, Azerbaijan, he spent the early years of his career in Oakland, California, where he was a founding member of headRush Crew and the Co-Artistic Director of the Destiny Arts Youth Performance Company. Working with both companies for... Read More →
avatar for MARIE HENNEREZ

MARIE HENNEREZ

Performer, KAIMERA PRODUCTIONS
Formée à l'Atelier International de Théâtre, au cours Marie Boudet puis au Conservatoire du XX ème à Paris, Marie débute sa carrière cinématographique avec Jean-Pierre Mocky dans la série "Mister Mocky présente" qui adaptait des nouvelles d'Hitchcock. Elle tourne ensuite avec plusieurs réalisateurs français, dernièrement Julien Patry et Margaux Bonhomme. Au théâtre, elle joue sous la direction de Béatrice de la Boulaye dans... Read More →
avatar for Charlotte Junière

Charlotte Junière

Performer, immerssive theatre
AK

Anita Kirpalani

Perfromance Support (Simón Hanukai), Simón Hanukai performance
avatar for Juliette Moreaud

Juliette Moreaud

Performer, Kaimera Productions
avatar for Christelle Garcia Moya

Christelle Garcia Moya

Performer, Kaimera Productions
avatar for Nicolini Nicolini

Nicolini Nicolini

Performer, Kaimera Productions
| Jacques Nicolini a été formé au Conservatoire de Marseille dans la classe de Christian Benedetti et à l’école Française d’Eutonie Gerda Alexander. Il a travaillé en tant que comédien avec différents metteur en scène (Ladislas Cholat, Thiery Niang,…) De 2009 à 2015, il a enseigné l'Eutonie à l’école Régionale d’acteurs de Cannes. Il intervient régulièrement pour le planning familial de Marseille en théâtre forum... Read More →
avatar for Helen Cusack O'Keeffe

Helen Cusack O'Keeffe

Costume designer, Kaimera Productions
I am a writer and translator based in Paris, but my alter ego Mademoiselle PomPom de la Tour Awfful began creating stage costumes for my Surrealist bilingual extravaganza: "Napoleon, Femme, Rhinocéros", first produced at the Montmartre Dionysia festival here in Paris in 2014. I am delighted to work with Kaimera again for the Ouishare Fest event.
avatar for Carole Rochelle

Carole Rochelle

Performer, Kaimera Productions
avatar for Karine Texier

Karine Texier

performer, Kaimera Productions
Karine TEXIER, comédienne, se forme dans la classe professionnelle d’art dramatique du Conservatoire de Bordeaux dont elle sort diplômée en 1999. | Parallèlement elle étudie le piano et la danse ce qui l’engage à la fois dans un travail théâtral, corporel et musical qui constitue le fil rouge de ses projets artistiques successifs. | | Elle tourne régulièrement dans des fictions pour la télévision . | On l’a vu... Read More →
avatar for Marine Tuja

Marine Tuja

Performer, Kaimera Productions
avatar for Elizabeth Wautlet

Elizabeth Wautlet

Performer, Kaimera Productions
Elizabeth Wautlet is an American actress, writer and theatre instructor living in Paris. She was 5 the first time she stepped onstage... and accidentally lit her hair on fire. It’s been uphill from there. She holds a Bachelor’s degree in Theatre from Valparaiso University and a Masters from the University of Wisconsin-Madison. She has written and performed original work for the Inside Stories International Performance Festival in Madison... Read More →

Wednesday May 18, 2016 1:00pm - 2:00pm
Playground

1:00pm

Getting Into Contact Improvisation
Exploring the connection with weight, breathing and skin to allow empty to emerge and ... be present, letting your own dance appear.

Speakers
avatar for Luciana Shirakawa

Luciana Shirakawa

Artist, By my own
Studied Performing Arts, Business and Yoga in the tradition of Sri Krishnamacharya. Experience in theater, dance and performances for more than 10 years and facilitation of positive impact innovation projects around health, recycle and sustainability. | | In the last two years have been working with the visual artist Tunga, with Marina Abramovic and with own works around the ephemeral, investigating the duality of permanent and changeable... Read More →


Wednesday May 18, 2016 1:00pm - 2:30pm
Camp

1:00pm

Lunch
Wednesday May 18, 2016 1:00pm - 3:00pm
*Studio

1:00pm

Lunch
Wednesday May 18, 2016 1:00pm - 3:00pm
*Circus

1:30pm

Serendipity experience with Narmada and Elena
This will take place at the OuiShare Stand in the Hub. 

Wednesday May 18, 2016 1:30pm - 2:30pm
The Hub

2:00pm

Lunch MeetUp: How do we want to change the world? Inside OUT or Outside IN?

Come along if you want to meet likeminded people and discuss the following issues:

Our so-called millennial generation seem to have all been born with a “button" attached, which says “Press Here to Change the World”. Given the state of the world this is probably a much needed button that needs to be pressed. However, do we press this button blindly? Have we been pressing this button blindly? Many of the Ouishare sessions this year reflect and emphasis on “inner core-values” but are we actually looking at those values from the "inside”? How are we investigating those core values and inner conflicts that drive us and our egos as a human collective in a certain direction? Is it possible to make a true difference in this world without questioning the true motives of the self? Its almost like, switching on the car window-wiper blades which is trying to wipe it clean from the outside but we still don’t have a clear vision because the misty-fog layer is formed on the inside. Until we “manually” wipe clean the misty-fog layer on the inside, we will never really see the clearest best path ahead. How many of you are sitting in the drivers seat right now and asking similar questions? 


Faciliators
avatar for Narmada Ramakrishna

Narmada Ramakrishna

Entrepreneur, Shyft
A talkative and curious social entrepreneur with a steep-learning curve, prefer doing things than talking about them. Besides starting two NGO's and one social business, currently I am exploring how people (esp. women) in the developing parts of the world can empower themselves through self-knowledge and - effort than hand-me-downs. I am also exploring, how and if there is a relationship between, changing the world on the outside and our core... Read More →


Wednesday May 18, 2016 2:00pm - 3:00pm
The Hub

2:00pm

Lunch MeetUp: Open Knowledge in the Collaborative Economy

**Meet at "COLLABORATION" meeting-point (by the Castorama Stand)**

Come along if you want to meet likeminded people and discuss:
how after the gold rush, open knowledge could be the collaborative economy silver lining 


Faciliators
avatar for Maxime Lathuilière

Maxime Lathuilière

explorator, Inventaire.io


Wednesday May 18, 2016 2:00pm - 3:00pm
The Hub

2:00pm

Lunch MeetUp: Where #SharedPlatforms meet #SharingCities

**Meet at "COOPERATIVE" meeting-point (by the Group Up Stand)**

True sharing involves distributing value, ownership, and governance. This doesn’t seem to work well in a profit-at-any-cost environment, typical of most corporate charters. Enter #PlatformCooperativism, a new movement of business and civic action, using digital or non-digital platforms as a means of sharing and distributing value more widely with its users, members, citizens and employees than traditional extractive business models are incentivized to, or built for.

Can we extend true sharing at the city level and imagining #SharingCities as an ecosystem of interconnected #PlatformCoops? As a network of decentralized platforms that are initiated, organized, run, owned and governed (to a large extent) by the people and for the people of a particular city or territory? 

Let’s discuss the model of using a #SharingCity as a platform. Can we offer citizens lower barrier to entry points of participation, helping everyone contribute to society as a whole? Where the stakeholders are also turned into shareholders?

This lunchtime chat invites participants to discuss with us how cities can utilize, incentivize, protect, and profit from civic action, creating citizen producers through a value sharing platform.

If you’re interested in this discussion, please also join us for “Return of the Co-op,” a workshop further exploring platform cooperativism.


Faciliators
avatar for Chelsea Rustrum

Chelsea Rustrum

Sharing Economy Consultant, Sharers.co
Chelsea Rustrum is sharing economy author, facilitator, and consultant with deep practical knowledge and hands on understanding of how the collaborative economy has come to fruition, grown, and continues to evolve business. She's the author of It's a Shareable Life, the founder of a social and educational series in the Silicon Valley, dubbed The Sharers. Her current interest is in how the sharing economy can be integrated into value... Read More →
avatar for Thomas Doennebrink

Thomas Doennebrink

OuiShare Connector & Freelancer Collaborative Econ, OuiShare
OuiShare Connector Germany & Freelancer on the Collaborative Economy. Based in Berlin. Interested in the Collaborative Economy especially from the angle of how it can contribute leading towards a new, sustainable and human economy and society. (http://de.slideshare.net/doennebrink/2014-1020f-civic-economy-slideshare). Involved in the convergence of ideas, networks and movements to have an impact on changing the world for the better... Read More →


Wednesday May 18, 2016 2:00pm - 3:00pm
The Hub

2:00pm

Mentor Session: Indy Johar
Limited Capacity full

Reserve 20 minutes of one-to-one mentoring with Indy Johar on:
  • Beyond Co-Working; 
  • System Change Start ups; 
  • Next Generation Impact Investment Funds.

**If you 'add' this session to your personal program, you are reserving a 20 minute slot. You can then select the precise time within this hour at the Info-Point in the Circus at the Fest.**

 

Featured Attendees
avatar for Indy Johar

Indy Johar

Co-Founder & Executive Director, 00
ndy Johar is an architect, co-founder of 00 (project00.cc) and a Senior Innovation Associate with the Young Foundation. Indy Johar is a co-founder of Dark Matter Laboratories: our goal is to apply complex systems science to value chain innovation, management and relationships; turning what is generally perceived as a threat of our time – spill-over effects across borders, boundaries and silos - into a resource to solve the wicked... Read More →


Wednesday May 18, 2016 2:00pm - 3:00pm
*Circus

2:00pm

Mentor Session: Manuela Yamada
Limited Capacity full

Reserve 20 minutes of one-to-one mentoring with Manuela Yamada on:
  • #Sustainability - how to analyse options to foster a more sustainable development;
  • #Manufacturing - several manufacturing processes and how to use them to create positive impact;
  • #Design for impact - understanding design as a tool for social change.

**If you 'add' this session to your personal program, you are reserving a 20 minute slot. You can then select the precise time within this hour at the Info-Point in the Circus at the Fest.**
 

Featured Attendees
avatar for Manuela Yamada

Manuela Yamada

Partner and project manager, MateriaBrasil
An enthusiastic industrial designer entrepreneur who believes we can change the system through collective work. Since 2013 I joined MateriaBrasil working on how to bring topics like circular economy, open source tech, maker movement, sharing economy and community building, to projects with high positive impact. At my company we run the biggest open source platform on sustainable materials making knowledge available and empowering people. Also... Read More →


Wednesday May 18, 2016 2:00pm - 3:00pm
*Circus

2:00pm

Mentor Session: Mary-Ellen Hynd
Limited Capacity full

Reserve 20 minutes of one-to-one mentoring with Mary-Ellen Hynd on:
  • Creative Versus Reactive Leadership;
  • Values / Hot Button Connection;
  • Clear Communication.

**If you 'add' this session to your personal program, you are reserving a 20 minute slot. You can then select the precise time within this hour at the Info-Point in the Circus at the Fest.**

 

Featured Attendees
avatar for Mary-Ellen  Hynd

Mary-Ellen Hynd

Certified Co-Active Leadership Coach, Mary-Ellen Hynd Coaching & Consulting
Hello! I'm a Certified Co-Active Leadership Coach who moves ideas to meaningful action for individuals and organizations. I offer one on one and peer to peer coaching to achieve your personal and professional best. Becoming a leader is synonymous with becoming yourself. How well do you know yourself? Let's talk creative versus reactive leadership, the values/hot button connection, sustainability and clear communication. It's my job to make... Read More →


Wednesday May 18, 2016 2:00pm - 3:00pm
*Circus

3:00pm

Zero Waste Cities: From Collaboration to Transition
Speakers
avatar for Flore Berlingen

Flore Berlingen

Connector @OuiShare, Directrice @ZeroWasteFrance
Flore Berlingen est depuis fin 2013 la directrice de Zero Waste France, une association de protection de l'environnement spécialiste de la question des déchets. A ce titre, elle est l'une des porte-paroles du mouvement et spécialiste de la démarche zéro déchet, zéro gaspillage en Europe. | Egalement co-fondatrice de OuiShare, la communauté des acteurs de l’économie... Read More →


Wednesday May 18, 2016 3:00pm - 3:15pm
*Circus

3:00pm

The Promise of a Centerless World

Decentralization is already here, but it hasn't been evenly distributed. Based on his research, William Mougayar describes where we are in decentralization along three dimensions: Trust: Law, Governance, Industry Services (Financial, Government, Trade, Healthcare), Wealth: Economic Production, Flow of value, Transactions, and Information: Content, Privacy, Security. In this talk, Mougayar also defines the building blocks of decentralization: Peer-to-Peer Models, Trust-based Systems and Services, Autonomous Organizations, and Wealth Creation Methods in the New Crypto-Economy.

Keynote by William Mougayar + Q&A by Brennan Novak 

Moderators
avatar for Brennan Novak

Brennan Novak

UX Designer / Developer, Transparency Toolkit, Qubes OS
Brennan Novak has been designing and building for the web sincethe late 90s and participating in IndieWebCamp community since2010. In 2013 he successfully helped crowdfund the encryptedemail project Mailpile. Currently, he works on security focusedQubes OS.

Speakers
avatar for William Mougayar

William Mougayar

General Partner, Virtual Capital Ventures
I'm an entrepreneur, investor, blogger, mentor to startups, and advisor to large enterprises. | Expert researcher on blockchain technologies, decentralization and peer-to-peer models. | Author of The Business Blockchain (Wiley), and the upcoming book, Centerless (Wiley). | Boards/Advisory for: OpenBazaar, Ethereum Foundation, Coin Center, OMERS Ventures, Bloq, Tierion. | Founder, Startup Management. General Partner, Virtual Capital... Read More →


Wednesday May 18, 2016 3:00pm - 3:30pm
*Studio

3:00pm

Gentrification from Below
Moderators
avatar for Pedro Jardim

Pedro Jardim

CEO, Coliga
Pedro was born in São Paulo and grew up between Germany and Brazil and currently is based in Berlin. | | As a cofounder of the following initiatives he has been exploring online and offline ways that empower and foster collaborative life-styles. | | Agora a prototype of a community with the intention of defining new ways of interactions and working in today ́s context. | | Apoio a community cleaning service where we developed a... Read More →

Speakers
avatar for Imandeep Kaur

Imandeep Kaur

Co - Founder / Director, Impact Hub Birmingham
Immy is a co-founder of Impact Hub Birmingham, a network of citizens, makers, doers, entrepreneurs, activists and dreamers committed to building a better Birmingham and better world. Powered by a 6,000 sq. ft. collaborative workshop in the heart of Birmingham, the Impact Hub is an engine for passion, learning and outcomes where together, the community work to build a better, more fair city.  Immy is Director of Project 00, [zero zero] is... Read More →
avatar for Andreas Krueger

Andreas Krueger

director content & urban development, Belius company & foundation
I'm working with the Belius team in the field of content and value driven spatial strategies. We try to design urban interventions with the means of collaborative, inventive and artistic means. Attitude, purpose and commons related developments for interacting in the spaces and places of the 21st century is our motivation. Don't leave it to the stupid and gready ...
avatar for Lutz Leichsenring

Lutz Leichsenring

Chief Visionary, young targets GmbH
Lutz Leichsenring started a internet business after High School when he was 19. The company was running one of the largest platforms for music events in the early 2000s in Germany. 2004-2010 he owned club and a restaurant business in South Germany and in 2015 he was one of the founder of NAmedia GmbH which is into developing Apps and young targets GmbH, a Berlin and London based agency which develops recruiting events for students and... Read More →
avatar for Domenico Di Siena

Domenico Di Siena

Architecto, Diseñador Civico y investigador, CivicWIse
CIVICWISE, CO-FONDATEUR


Wednesday May 18, 2016 3:00pm - 3:45pm
Camp

3:00pm

Fest Forward : Accelerating Business Models

Something amazing will happen during the OuiShare Fest this year! Inside 6 containers located in “The Village” of the Cabaret Sauvage, three incredible open source projects will be accelerated.

They were carefully selected among many applicants to receive the feedback from experts and attendees of the FEST. The goal is to leverage the participants’ collective intelligence to help the projects have a more positive impact.

  • Low Tech Lab is a collaborative research platform about low technologies. It aims to build a worldwide community of inventors who create and share knowledge in areas such as energy and nutrition.
  • Science4Sustainability is a platform that helps to link science and business. It connects experts and scientists to social entrepreneurs by promoting their stories online.
**Meet us at the Lounge (Moroccan Saloon)**

Faciliators
avatar for Emanuele Musa

Emanuele Musa

CEO Babele, Babele - Create Together
My name is Emanuele, Italian electronic engineer, startup trainer and social entrepreneur based in Bucharest. | In 2009 in Brazil, I wrote my MBA Thesis on Participatory Democracy. | | 1,5 years ago I left my job at Procter & Gamble in Paris and with my wife Ruxandra, we launched Babele : an Open Innovation center that combines open business modeling with peer-to-peer learning, enabling society stakeholders to contribute their time... Read More →


Wednesday May 18, 2016 3:00pm - 4:30pm
The Hub

3:00pm

Systemic Transitions: MISC Methodology

MISC (Mapping Innovations on the Sustainability Curve) is a methodological framework for unravelling lock-ins and facilitating transition. The framework basically consists in a systems maps reflecting the structure and parameters of the ‘curve of sustainability’ (with 'resilience' on one side and 'ascendency' on the other, and 'governance' at the apex). It allows to explore missing links and leverage points in a transdisciplinary and participatory context, and results in a systems map revealing an ecosystem of needed and/or possible transition initiatives at different levels (from grassroots to EU).

This methodology has been developed and tested in different settings and with different topics (ranging from 'Sustainable research and innovation politics' to 'Policies for strengthening cocreation with single parent families in Brussels'). Since it uses a systems approach, it is not looking for 'linear' explanations of current problems (accusing companies, or banks, or consumers, or politicians...) but brings all these actors around the table to first draw the map of what keeps them locked in and then explore what leverages are missing for them to change course. It sometimes took time (up to several months), but finally participants felt this method helped them to drop their defensive position and look for the alternatives they all (deep down) know are needed. So I'm really excited about sharing this methodological framework with you. Note that it is not a 'tool' like a cookbook receipe, but rather a framework that you will  be able to adjust to your context creatively once you've understood it's basic principles correctly. Well, I guess that's what cooking really is about, read the receipe and then change it according to your taste and creativity. See ya !

http://cidd2015.sciencesconf.org/browse/author?authorid=289131


Faciliators
avatar for Anne Snick

Anne Snick

Board member, Club of Rome - EU chapter
I am a researcher on sustainability with a systems approach. I have experience in transdisciplinary research. My field of study is mainly how to facilitate transition (in whatever sector of society) by combining social (sharing), biomimicry (circular), ecomonetary (local currencies) and paradigmatic innovations. My project is to set up networks of innovators that can a) share knowledge and wisdom and b) form an advocacy platform for adapting... Read More →



Wednesday May 18, 2016 3:00pm - 4:30pm
Garage

3:00pm

Mutual Aid Networks: Serious Co-op Fun
How do we operationalize a real collaborative economy, especially the social, legal and economic frameworks that can really support us and our projects? We're finding answers!

We will demonstrate how our Mutual Aid Networks (MANs www.mutualaidnetwork.org) can redesign work and compensation to build a new economy.

Methodology: we will present a brief overview of the MANs, originating from Madison, Wisconsin, then lead participants through a work/life design and robust budgeting activity so they can see how this model can directly apply to their own lives and projects. Participants will share their experience verbally and will use new paper and/or online tools.

We will develop several new examples of how MAN budgeting and work/life design tools can provide security for a person or project. We will refine these tools through practice and feedback. We will document the session to share online for future learning.

Faciliators
avatar for Leander Bindewald

Leander Bindewald

MAN Groomer, Mutual Aid Networks
In 2011 I worked with Stephanie rearick in Madison, WI on earlier incarnations of the MAN (http://mutualaidnetwork.org) and rejoined this year, as UK based groomer for the next milestones. | Uniting an academic background in neurobiology, philosophy and economics with life and work experience on 4 continents, I had worked as an independent consultant on collaborative processes and complementary currencies since 2009. | Until July 2015 I was... Read More →
avatar for Stephanie Rearick

Stephanie Rearick

Creative Director, Mutual Aid Networks
Stephanie Rearick is founder of the Dane County TimeBank (DCTB) - a 2800+-member timebank devoted to building a just and inclusive economy - and Project Coordinator of Mutual Aid Networks. In addition to her work in timebanking and promoting grassroots-up economic and community regeneration, Rearick is co-owner of Mother Fool's Coffeehouse. Rearick worked for Greenpeace for six years and helped launch Madison Hours local currency in 1995. Rearick... Read More →


Wednesday May 18, 2016 3:00pm - 4:30pm
Lab

3:00pm

Go Hack Yourself
BEFORE SIGNING UP, PLEASE READ AND MAKE SURE YOU AGREE WITH THE FOLLOWING PRE-REQUISITE
  1. This workshop requires an excellent physical condition. For instance, can you run 10km or do 30 pushups in a row without much effort? Not that we will do this, but someone in a good physical shape shouldn't see these numbers as a challenge.
  2. You arrive on time. Past this time you will find closed doors you will not have the opportunity to participate
  3. You feel open to challenge yourself and question your belief system
  4. You agree to follow Jean-François Noubel’s lead during the workshop
  5. You speak English fluently so you can really understand and contribute
  6. You come with a super creative and pioneering mind

You want ecology in the world... do you have an inner ecology? You want to build new realities... can you do it with the conventional language we use today? You want social harmony... can current social codes do the job? You want a humanity in which we share (OuiShare) resources and knowledge... but you still use the scarce money and operate in the market economy, don't you? You want peace with all living beings... can you accomplish it with the food you eat?
 Language, social codes, food, money, economy, technology... we can call them the "We in the I", the collective that perpetuates itself through the individual self. Can we build the next society if we don't hack this social DNA that lives inside the self? Certainly not.

GO HACK YOURSELF!

This 3 hours workshop will take us in an inner challenging journey. We will explore how we can evolve the We in the I, and the impact it has in our actions and everyday life. Come for intensive body plays based on martial arts. We will deal with tough provoking questions and challenging exercises. Jean-François Noubel will drive it in a directive way, like a sports coach, therefore you must feel comfortable with this.

Faciliators
avatar for Jean-Fran Noubel

Jean-Fran Noubel

Human Being, Jean-François Noubel
Passionnate about evolution of individual and collective self. Doing research in collective intelligence, building enlightened organizations, working on the post-monetary society. Doing it by hacking himself.


Wednesday May 18, 2016 3:00pm - 6:30pm
Floating Fest

3:15pm

A Case for Truly Smart and Sustainable Cities

Based on research for our MIT book “Sharing Cities”, this presentation argues the case for cities to harness sharing for justice and sustainability. I will highlight the failings of economic framings of sharing and smartness, which position commercial intermediaries as the go-to experts on sharing; rather than the cities, charities and communities that have much longer and deeper experience in managing shared resources, spaces, infrastructures, facilities and services.

Such framings also underlie fruitless polarized public debate over the potential and role of commercial sharing platforms such as Uber and Airbnb. Genuine sharing cities need to both enable and regulate the collaborative economy. But they also have the power and opportunity to harness the potential of sharing to rebuild social capital and a shared urban commons. I will outline ways in which cities that open themselves to cultural and political disruption can flourish by engaging with the rich diversity of sharing practices and organisations that are enabled by modern technologies and collective values. 


Speakers
avatar for Duncan McLaren

Duncan McLaren

Director, mclaren environmental
Author of 'Sharing Cities: A case for truly smart and sustainable cities' (MIT Press 2015). Advisor to Friends of the Earth's 'Big Ideas' project (https://www.foe.co.uk/page/big-ideas-change-world). Also researching justice implications of climate engineering.


Wednesday May 18, 2016 3:15pm - 3:30pm
*Circus

3:30pm

Exploring the Future of Cities
Moderators
avatar for Mara Balestrini

Mara Balestrini

Partner and Director of Research, Ideas for Change
Human Computer Interaction (HCI) expert and technology strategist. Track record of successful independent technology interventions for community engagement as well as co-leading an innovation strategy firm. Computer Science PhD candidate University College London. Mara is a partner and Director of Research at Ideas for Change , a think tank and consultancy firm advising cities, businesses and institutions on innovation... Read More →

Speakers
avatar for Guillaume Lavoie

Guillaume Lavoie

City Councillor, City of Montreal (Canada)
Guillaume Lavoie is a Montreal City Councillor and the Official Opposition’s spokesperson for finance, government relations and international relations. He is also Vice President of the Finance and Administration Committee at City Hall. He is particularly interested in accountability measures, transparency, mobility, the sharing economy and the role of urban art. Before entering politics, Guillaume Lavoie worked in public diplomacy... Read More →
avatar for Patrick Ropert

Patrick Ropert

CEO, SNCF Gares & Connexion
Patrick Ropert is CEO of SNCF Gares & Connexions. He took charge of the €1.3 Bn SNCF Group business unit in October 2014, when the French rail system was being re-structured under the watchful eye of European Commission antitrust authorities.  | Patrick’s station development strategy seeks to combine multi-modal transport solutions and  | enhance dense passenger traffic flows. He firmly believes stations are a... Read More →


Wednesday May 18, 2016 3:30pm - 4:00pm
*Circus

3:30pm

New Kids on the Blockchain
The Ups and Downfalls of the Internet and what the Blockchain can change

The internet and world wide web started as decentralized technologies. Nevertheless very quickly the centralized models and structures from the industrial age hijacked this originally democratic vision of decentralization. In fact we saw a catalyst effect injecting steroids into multi national organizations and turning them into global mega platforms. With the advent of the blockchain it seems we get another chance to restructure our economical and societal models. Questions that arise are: Who will be affected by the Blockchain the most? Looking at startups, organizations and governments: What opportunities will be created or closed off? And how can we as individuals become more empowered? How can wealth be more distributed? What question comes to your mind... ?

Moderators
avatar for Brennan Novak

Brennan Novak

UX Designer / Developer, Transparency Toolkit, Qubes OS
Brennan Novak has been designing and building for the web sincethe late 90s and participating in IndieWebCamp community since2010. In 2013 he successfully helped crowdfund the encryptedemail project Mailpile. Currently, he works on security focusedQubes OS.

Speakers
avatar for Christopher David

Christopher David

Founder & CEO, Arcade City
I am building Arcade City, a decentralized ridesharing startup using blockchain technology and a driver coop model. We've been active so far in 28 states (US) and Australia. Planning a broader global release for late spring.
avatar for Henning Diedrich

Henning Diedrich

Programmer, IBM
Henning is an entrepreneur, programmer and game designer. He worked as lead software engineer for companies in payment, insurances and games. Currently he is working for IBM in the field of Blockchain and IoT (Internet of Things).
avatar for Greg McMullen

Greg McMullen

Chief Policy Officer, ascribe GmbH
Greg McMullen is a lawyer and Chief Policy Officer at ascribe.io and bigchaindb.com. He is currently working on building a not-for-profit organization to operate a public instance of BigchainDB's blockchain database—a database for the decentralized Internet.
avatar for Shermin Voshmgir

Shermin Voshmgir

Founder, BlockchainHub
Shermin is the founder of the BlockchainHub, a Berlin based info hub & think tank focusing on topics like smart contracts, peer-to-peer economy & the future of democracy. She got her PhD in IT-Management at the Vienna University of Economics, where she used to work as an assistant professor and currently lectures blockchain related topics. Furthermore she studied film and drama in Madrid. Her past work experience ranges from... Read More →


Wednesday May 18, 2016 3:30pm - 4:30pm
*Studio

3:45pm

Exploring the Social OS
We are living in times of big changes. On the one hand our actual systems show their inability to deal with most basic human needs, on the other citizens powered by technology are opening new ways to create and distribute value in a more democratic and efficient way.

The goal of this workshop is to explore the emergence of a new "Social Operating System" and share information about existing initiatives and tools, discuss metrics and create some kind of working group on the subject.

Faciliators
avatar for Javier Creus

Javier Creus

Founder, Ideas for Change
Javier Creus is the founder of Ideas for Change, a boutique consulting firm that designs high growth platform strategies for corporations, institutions and cities. .Javier is considered to be one of the primary strategists and thought leaders in collaborative economy, open and 2P business models, citizen innovation and the networked society in Spain. He has been a freelance strategic planner, co founder of Digital Mood incubator and @kubik... Read More →
avatar for Lisa Gansky

Lisa Gansky

Founder, Mesh
Lisa is a serial entrepreneur, angel investor and the author of the best selling book, The Mesh, a primer for the Collaborative Economy. Lisa currently serves as Chief Instigator of Mesh Labs a platform for the curious; She works with startup ventures and community driven programs focused on shared value and repurposing 'waste'. Lisa has invested in more than 30 companies, is an adviser of Ouishare and is a director and investor in several... Read More →



Wednesday May 18, 2016 3:45pm - 4:30pm
Camp

4:00pm

Policy, The Platform & The City
Moderators
avatar for Albert Cañigueral

Albert Cañigueral

Co-Chair OuiShare Fest, OuiShare
I build bridges between those leading the disruption caused by the power of sharing and collaboration through network technologies and the companies, governments and public agencies aiming to embrace the new paradigm. | | I founded ConsumoColaborativo.com in 2011 which is now referenced as the main information hub in Spanish language about collaborative consumption. | | The blog and the OuiShare network allows me to connect with... Read More →

Speakers
avatar for Benedetta Brighenti

Benedetta Brighenti

EU Committe of Region rapporteur on "Sharing Economy" & Vice Mayor, Municipality of Castelnuovo Rangone
Benedetta Brighenti is a young Italian politician born in the Province of Modena on 1982. She is graduated on 2009 in Engineering  at the University of Bologna. She approached politics in 2009 when she was nominated Council member in her hometown, Castelnuovo Rangone (Mo). At the end of her mandate she was nominated City Councilman with a special mandate as Vice Mayor with responsibility on public works, energy and environment... Read More →
avatar for Renato Galliano

Renato Galliano

Director of Labour Policies, Economic Development, City of Milan
Renato Galliano graduated with honors in Economics and Business.He currently works for the City of Milan as Director of the Economic Development and Smart City Department and is responsible for creating and fostering economic development based on innovation and creativity.He coordinates the activities related to Smart City, sharing economy, start ups and incubators.Previously he was the Director of Regional Planning, Landscape, Cartography... Read More →
avatar for Mayo Fuster Morell

Mayo Fuster Morell

Dimmons (Internet Interdisciplinary Institute de la Universitat Oberta de Catalunya), BarCola & Dimmons.net
Mayo Fuster Morell directs Dimmons action research group on collaborative economy at the Internet Interdisciplinary Institute of the Open University of Catalonia. Additionally, she is faculty affiliated at the Berkman Center for Internet and Society at Harvard University, and at Institute of Govern and Public Policies at Autonomous University of Barcelona (IGOPnet.cc). She is the principal investigator at IGOPnet.cc for the European project... Read More →
avatar for Patrick Robinson

Patrick Robinson

Head of Public Policy, EMEA & Canada, Airbnb
Patrick Robinson is Head of Public Policy for Airbnb in EMEA and Canada. Based in London, he leads a team of public affairs professionals who work with cities to open the door for new forms of tourism and educate policymakers about the huge potential of the “sharing economy” for sustainable economic and cultural growth.  | | Patrick joined Airbnb after several years at Yahoo, most recently as Director of the company’s... Read More →


Wednesday May 18, 2016 4:00pm - 4:45pm
*Circus

4:30pm

Break
Wednesday May 18, 2016 4:30pm - 5:00pm
Camp

4:30pm

Break
Wednesday May 18, 2016 4:30pm - 5:00pm
Lab

4:30pm

Break
Wednesday May 18, 2016 4:30pm - 5:00pm
Garage

4:30pm

Break
Wednesday May 18, 2016 4:30pm - 5:00pm
Floating Fest

4:30pm

Break
Wednesday May 18, 2016 4:30pm - 5:00pm
*Studio

4:30pm

Smart Money Maker - A Collaborative Card Game
** Come play at the tables in the Café, in the Hub **

Monopoly®, a game born in the old capitalist era, was based on the accumulation of money and goods. Since the economy rules have changed, Laurence Humier has designed Smart Money Maker to illustrate the fundamentals of the New Economy.

Means of Exchange (a network of alternative economy practitioners) and Laurence Humier are looking for 2 to 6 players, for each of our game sessions. The rules take 5 min to learn and will be explained at the start of the session.

Faciliators
avatar for Laurence Humier

Laurence Humier

Entrepreneur, designer, Laurence Humier
Laurence Humier is a Belgian architectural engineer by training. She works as a designer in Milan, providing services and products in the field of industrial design, communication, services, and education. She has created a card game, Smart Money Maker, to engage people in discussions about managing an online reputation, new models of income and saving money via the use of sharing platforms. She will be present at OuiShare together with Sally... Read More →
avatar for Sally Brammall

Sally Brammall

Project Director, Means of Exchange


Wednesday May 18, 2016 4:30pm - 5:15pm
The Hub

4:45pm

Break
Wednesday May 18, 2016 4:45pm - 5:00pm
*Circus

5:00pm

e-Residency: experimenting worldwide digital inclusion

e-Residency: experimenting worldwide digital inclusionKaspar will take you through the journey of e-Residency, which is perhaps one of the most important government experiments in the 21st century. The experiment started nearly 20 years ago after Estonia decided to become a fully digital society and issuing to every resident a digital identity. In his talk, Kaspar shares how e-Residency has taken the next step to enable every person globally to become an e-Estonian and join this new global village. You may end up believing that planet can be a country of everybody.



Speakers
avatar for Kaspar Korjus

Kaspar Korjus

e-Residency Programme Director, Government of Estonia
Kaspar Korjus (28) is the Managing Director of e-Residency in the Government of Estonia.  Kaspar leads a team of eight that is working to build a digital society of 10 million e-Estonians by 2025. After earning a BSc and MSc in e-Business from Lancaster University, Kaspar was invited back to Estonia by the president's prestigious "Bring Talent Home" program. In 2015 he was listed as #1 on the Forbes Estonia’s 30 Under 30... Read More →


Wednesday May 18, 2016 5:00pm - 5:15pm
*Circus

5:00pm

Decentralizing Life: Digital nomadism & Co-living, a serious opportunity
Moderators
avatar for Christoph Fahle

Christoph Fahle

CEO, Betahaus
Christoph Fahle founded Betahaus, one of Europe's biggest and most influential coworking spaces. As a CEO of his company he guides the international growth and partnerships. As a strategy advisor he helps corporate companies to understand the transformation of work and the coworking phenomenon. He is Board Member of European Coworking Assembly, Hardware.co and NIDA Madrid as well as Mentor at Seedcamp and Axel Springer Plug'n Play.
avatar for Asmaa Guedira

Asmaa Guedira

Connector, OuiShare - Womanity
I am passionate about social innovation, and very interested in the impact of collaboration enabled by digital technology in creative and innovative communities that emerge in society, and their impact on organizations as well as gender structures. I am Moroccan and lived in Rabat, Paris, New York and Istanbul during 10 years, before becoming a nomad, living and working around the world, with a major focus in Middle East and North Africa region... Read More →

Speakers
avatar for Eric Van den Broek

Eric Van den Broek

CEO, Copass
I am the cofounder of Copass, the first global network of independent coworking spaces. In 2010, with my two brothers and my childhood friend, I also co-founded Mutinerie in Paris, one of the most influential coworking space in Europe. I'am passionate about the changes happening right now in the way we live, work and meet. I'd like to help shaping a new way of producing centered about human beings and encounters.
avatar for Bruno Haid

Bruno Haid

CEO, Roam
Bruno grew up in hospitality, in a tiny Austrian village, built a couple of startups and led large-scale projects for corporates like McKinsey, BMW or Swarovski. He's also a founding tenant of co-living spaces on 3 continents, including San Francisco's 20Mission, and writes something about housing on Medium approximately every decade, but wants to get better at it. | | His perfect Roam is directly bordering a Canadian mountain range, a beach... Read More →
avatar for Felicia Hargarten

Felicia Hargarten

Founder DNX, Felicia Hargarten
Feli is the founder of DNX Digital Nomad Conference, Travel Blogger and Online Entrepreneur. | | After working for 7 years in different online startups in Duesseldorf and Berlin in Germany she became self-employed. | | She loves to live healthy and to do sports like zumba, beachvolleyball, kitesurfing, diving or other crazy new adventures and to be surrounded by like-minded people. As a backpacker, globetrotter and digital nomad, she has... Read More →
avatar for Marcus Meurer

Marcus Meurer

Founder, DNX
I am Marcus, Digital Nomad, Online Entrepreneur and founder of the DNX - Digital Nomad Movement. | | Marcus Meurer (marcusmeurer.com) and Felicia Hargarten (feliciahargarten.com) started the global DNX movement end of 2012. | Since then they kicked off events for digital nomads all over the world with thousands of international participants. | | Find out more about DNX: www.dnxhub.com | DNX - Digital Nomad Conference: www.dnxglobal.com... Read More →


Wednesday May 18, 2016 5:00pm - 5:45pm
*Studio

5:00pm

Internet of Things & Demonstration of a Decentralised Network
The Internet of Things is here. Objects, sensors and devices in the physical world connected to the internet gathering and sharing data are everywhere around us: home appliances, traffic and transport sensors and healthcare devices among many others. They have arrived and they are here to stay. What are the benefits, where does all the data come from and where does it go? AGILE is a project funded under the European Union H2020 framework, and explores how individuals and organizations can share there data in a different - in a decentralized way.

Within the project SMEs and Startups active in the IoT domain will have the opportunity to build products and services on top of AGILE hardware and software. Through two open calls that will take place during the Project lifetime, participants will be able to receive funding (up to 50k each) for building hardware and software on top of AGILE components. The consortium would love to see many projects from the Ouishare community apply.

Introduction of AGILE by Charalampos Doukas
Presentation of a decentralized network by Markus Sabadello and Joachim Lohkamp
Discussion: what use cases are most burning & promising for the sharing & collaborative economy?
 

Faciliators
avatar for Charalampos Doukas

Charalampos Doukas

Senior Researcher, CREATE-NET
Charalampos Doukas is a technology researcher, maker and open source hardware advocate. His main interests include the Internet of Things, wireless sensors and embedded systems, cloud systems, health data processing, wearable sensors and data transmission over heterogeneous networks. He has used open hardware in several projects and his hacks mostly involve automation, acquisition, transmission and processing of medical and... Read More →
avatar for Joachim Lohkamp

Joachim Lohkamp

CEO, Jolocom / Ouishare
Joachim is an entrepreneur and tech enthusiast. He is obsessed with knowledge, change and innovation. Currently, he is Founder and CEO of Jolocom, a Berlin based startup building decentralized tools that lets you generate your own digital identity to assist linkage and attribution of data. Besides that Joachim is a connector for Ouishare, currently curating the content for the Decentralization & Blockchain track of the next Ouishare Fest in... Read More →
avatar for Markus Sabadello

Markus Sabadello

CEO, Danube Tech
Markus Sabadello has been a pioneer and leader in the field of digital identity for many years. He is a long-time participant of communities such as the Internet Identity Workshop, and he has contributed to many technologies (OpenID, SAML, OAuth, InfoCards, XDI, SoLiD, etc.) that have emerged in this space. He has been an early participant of decentralization movements such as the Federated Social Web and FreedomBox. He is co-chair of the OASIS... Read More →


Wednesday May 18, 2016 5:00pm - 5:45pm
Camp

5:00pm

Common Room: Self-organize!

This space is free for all attendees to co-create, play and host spontanous session in. This is your common room where you can continue conversations, host impromtu workshops and expand the Fest program as you please!

Setup

The room holds 12 people max and is equipped with a basic workshop setup: table, chairs, a screen & cables to connect your laptop, post-its, markers & paper.

Room Rules

1. Welcome everyone

This is an open space for the Fest community. No private meetings! If you hold a session here, you agree to welcome anyone who walks in.

2. Communicate your session

To make sure others know what discussion is currently in session, before starting write the name of your session and what time you started on the flipchart outside the space entrance. Every new session should use a new blank page on the flipchart.

3. Be respectful

If others are waiting to use the room after you, please keep your sessions to 45 min. If no one seems to want the room, feel free to stay longer, but be mindful if new groups arrive.  

4. Be Creative & Share

These are the only rules for this space. Beyond that, you define what is possible - so have fun, experiment and document the outcomes for others to benefit from, if you can.


 

Wednesday May 18, 2016 5:00pm - 6:30pm
Garage

5:00pm

We Can Fix the Future
A hands on, interactive session sharing stories of how systems change and the types of roles required to make it real. You'll have a chance to explore what role citizen-innovators can play in catalysing change in the future and think about where you fit into this picture.

Faciliators
avatar for Corina Angheloiu

Corina Angheloiu

Designer & Project Manager, Forum for the Future
Designer & strategist. System Innovation Lab @Forum4theFuture | President of Bucharest NGO Poiana lui Iocan | @RCAeducation alumna
avatar for Gemma Adams

Gemma Adams

Head of Innovation, Forum for the Future
avatar for Louise Armstrong

Louise Armstrong

System Innovation Lab, Forum for the Future
Investigating the process of shifting systems and how you help to build peoples capacity to do this. I've been working with the UK innovation Agency, Peterborough City Council and the global Shipping Industry to explore what this means in practise. | | Curious to understand what role citizen innovation can play in shifting systems and experimenting myself with community led development in my local area - the Peckham Coal Line project... Read More →


Wednesday May 18, 2016 5:00pm - 6:30pm
Lab

5:15pm

The State of The Nation: Blockchains, Not Borders
The Nation State, as we know it, is going away. It’s an outdated construct that does more harm than good, because of its ‘one-size-fits-all’ modality. How do we ensure that the post-nation state reality doesn’t turn into an even more dystopian society, a la 1984? By creating open source protocols for city states and virtual nations, we will build a free and competitive market for governance. Indeed, two already existing models will be discussed, Liberland and Bitnation.

Speakers
avatar for Susanne Tarkowski Tempelhof

Susanne Tarkowski Tempelhof

Founder, BITNATION
Susanne is an international entrepreneur, tech investor, and writer. She has worked in Sweden, France, Brazil, China, Afghanistan, Pakistan, United Arab Emirates, United States, Libya, Egypt, Ghana and Indonesia in the past. In 2008 she started Wise Strategic Communication (WSC) in Afghanistan, which conducts research on local perceptions on governance. She sold WSC in February 2011 to a US firm. In the wake of the Arab Spring, in 2011 she... Read More →


Wednesday May 18, 2016 5:15pm - 5:30pm
*Circus

5:30pm

Fairpay: a trustless, distributed payment system
Each time we pay with a credit card we are charged 3-5 percent. Billions of euros reach hands that shouldn't have this money, governments can't do anything to stop it because of European law, so it is up to us.

This is our chance. If we don't take it over on a community level, it will all stay in the hands of the multinationals.

Speakers
avatar for Herve Falciani

Herve Falciani

GRC Advisor, FALCIANI
While known for his role in the Swissleaks scandal, he has been working for years as consultant for governments, public administrations and NGO. He is particularly involved in anti-fraud and sustainable projects and as such advises political parties like Podemos in Spain or MoVimento Cinque Stelle in Italy


Wednesday May 18, 2016 5:30pm - 5:45pm
*Circus

5:45pm

The Future of Democracy: Fishbowl on Civic Tech
Moderators
avatar for Eddy Adams

Eddy Adams

Adviser, SIX

Featured Attendees
avatar for Anja Adler

Anja Adler

PhD Candidate, Freelancing Writer & Facilitator, Open State Berlin
Talk to me about: Facilitation, Political Participation, Liquid Democracy, Cultural History of Programming, Raft Building, Astrology, Dragon Dreaming, Yoga and hopefully many other things...
avatar for David Guez

David Guez

Co-founder, LaPrimaire.org
LaPrimaire.org' objective is to break the monopoly of political parties over the designation of election candidates. We are currently working on organization the first open democratic primary for the 2017 french presidential elections.
avatar for Heloise Le Masne

Heloise Le Masne

Partnerships coordinator, Civocracy
Used to work in big corporates for CSR, now for a start-up in CivicTech! Love improvisation theater, social innovation stories and chocolate
avatar for Léonore de Roquefeuil

Léonore de Roquefeuil

Executive Director, VOXE.org
Leonore is the CEO of Voxe.org, one of the leading civic tech initiative in France. She studied international politics but was never involved in a political party and thought that she might not be the only one. She got passionate about youth engagement and worked on it for 2 years at the UN in New York. She then realized that she wanted to act herself directly on this matter to change the way we interact in modern democracies and joined... Read More →
avatar for Loic Dachary

Loic Dachary

Developer, MaVoix
Loic Dachary has been involved with the Free Software Movement since 1987, when he started distributing GNU tapes to the general public in France. In 2012 he founded Upstream University, a nonprofit with the goal of teaching developers how to contribute easily and efficiently. As President of FSF France, he also provides technical and legal resources to French Free Software developers. His day job at is to use and contribute to Ceph within... Read More →
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Matisse Bonzon

Head of Expansion, Our Cities Network
Matisse Bonzon is Head of Expansion at Our Cities Network. Prior to that, Matisse worked with a Brazilian NGO that organized rubbish collectors into cooperatives; their work was awarded by the UN as the one of the best Brazilian initiatives to achieve Millenium Development Goals. Before that, he provided strategic advice for two microfinance institutions in Senegal and Morocco. He also worked with the Spanish Cooperation empowering local... Read More →
avatar for Rouven Brües

Rouven Brües

CEO, Liquid Democracy e.V.
Rouven Brües is the recently appointed CEO of the Liquid Democracy association based in Berlin. He studied Liberal Arts & Social Sciences at UCM Maastricht before specialising in post-structural philosophy at the University of Essex. Besides his part-time PhD at Goldsmiths University London he conceptualised online participation processes at Liquid Democracy e.V. where he also co-coordinates the development of the open source... Read More →


Wednesday May 18, 2016 5:45pm - 6:30pm
*Circus

5:45pm

From Seed to Mouth: how open source and decentralization can transform our food system

Our food system today is controlled by a handful of companies, that influence a lot regulations through lobbying in order to protect their financial interests. The power has shifted over the past decades from the producers to the food corporations, who control the whole food chain, from seeds to retail, leaving the farmers under pressure, and resulting in countless negative externalities: greenhouse gases, nutrients decrease, soil and water pollution, health consequences, dead marine zones, antibiotics resistance, farmers suicides. Patents on life filed by those corporations are not only a threat for global food sovereignty, but also, an important cause of destruction of the biodiversity of our planet. How can decentralized, open source and collaborative initiatives in farming practices, equipments and distribution transform our food system for the better? That's the question we are going to debate in this session.


Moderators
avatar for Anne-Sophie Novel

Anne-Sophie Novel

Journalist, Place to B
Phd in economics, I work as a journalist and blogger (http://www.demoinsenmieux.com) specialized in sustainable living, social innovation and collaborative economy. I founded a collective blog in ecology in 2007 (www.ecoloinfo.com) and now work for various medias (Le Monde, L'Express, We Demain, Kaizen, etc.). I also wrote 2 books on the Collaborative Economy. In 2015 I launched Place to B for COP21 in December in Paris. Here we are now !

Speakers
avatar for Myriam Bouré

Myriam Bouré

Co-founder, Open Food France
I got two passions in life: good food, colourful, tasteful, diverse, which repects life. And new forms or organizations that give back their creative power to the people. In particular, collaborative economies tremendously support people empowerment and enable them to reinvent a way to shape the society we want to live in, a sharing and caring sociaty. | Through my involvment in Open Food Network and OuiShare, I develop 3 mains focus... Read More →
avatar for Marc-David  Choukroun

Marc-David Choukroun

CEO, La Ruche Qui Dit Oui
avatar for Maxime de Rostolan

Maxime de Rostolan

Directeur, Fermes d'Avenir
Fermes d'Avenir - Pour un nouveau contrat sociétal autour de l'agroécologie
avatar for Nancy Zamierowski

Nancy Zamierowski

Founder, Yellow Seed
Nancy is a social entrepreneur who is passionate about designing multi-stakeholder collaborations and trust systems that can be safe, sustainable and integrative. She is a co-founder of two non-profit impact driven enterprises; Yellow-Seed facilitates connection between farmers at origin and emerging markets, and Wild Forests and Fauna (WFF) supports local leadership in conservation of wild forest frontiers. Within WFF she activated the ARCAmazon... Read More →


Wednesday May 18, 2016 5:45pm - 6:30pm
*Studio

5:45pm

Our New Digital Identities

Can we use new technologies like blockchain to finally design digital identity in a way that is beneficial to everyone, and that better reflects our identity in the real world?

Even though we may feel like we have an "online identity", the current technical architectures and protocols of the Internet in fact place our identity in the hands of others. Years of work on so-called "user-centric" or "self-sovereign" digital identity have not been able to change this. Today however, we have a large arsenal of new and promising technologies such as blockchain, linked data, peer-to-peer networks, and new cryptographic tools, which may be able to address some of the historic deficiencies.
This being a concern of the western world, the UN estimates that at least 1.8 billion people worldwide are without a legal identity at all. The proclaimed goal therefore is to provide legal identity to all, including birth registration, by 2030.
Another example is the Estonian e-residency program which is interested to see how an online identity recognised by an EU government, and therefore under EU law, could, for example, be used by banks to identify new customers, or could be used in the Blockchain to establish legal identities.
What is your understanding of identity?


Faciliators
avatar for Markus Sabadello

Markus Sabadello

CEO, Danube Tech
Markus Sabadello has been a pioneer and leader in the field of digital identity for many years. He is a long-time participant of communities such as the Internet Identity Workshop, and he has contributed to many technologies (OpenID, SAML, OAuth, InfoCards, XDI, SoLiD, etc.) that have emerged in this space. He has been an early participant of decentralization movements such as the Federated Social Web and FreedomBox. He is co-chair of the OASIS... Read More →
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Susanne Tarkowski Tempelhof

Founder, BITNATION
Susanne is an international entrepreneur, tech investor, and writer. She has worked in Sweden, France, Brazil, China, Afghanistan, Pakistan, United Arab Emirates, United States, Libya, Egypt, Ghana and Indonesia in the past. In 2008 she started Wise Strategic Communication (WSC) in Afghanistan, which conducts research on local perceptions on governance. She sold WSC in February 2011 to a US firm. In the wake of the Arab Spring, in 2011 she... Read More →


Wednesday May 18, 2016 5:45pm - 6:30pm
Camp

7:00pm

Blockchain Fest with Girls in Tech
As part of the OuiShare Fest 2016, Girls in Tech is partnering with OuiShare to present an exclusive event on Blockchain in France. A panel of four speakers will be sharing their views and experience about the technology:
- Claire Balva, co-Founder of Blockchain France
- Cécile Monteil, medical doctor and founder of the association Eppocrate
- Katharina Dalka, strategy consultant specialized in Fintech
- Vanessa Rabesantratana, director of communications at Ledger Wallet
The aim of this panel will be to give an overall presentation of the technology, and then discuss its applications in a number of different fields to finally conclude with a prospective debate about the future of the Blockchain.
The panel will be followed by a cocktail-dinner to network in a friendly atmosphere!

Resgister:  https://www.eventbrite.fr/e/billets-blockchain-fest-avec-girls-in-tech-ouishare-25020124867

Wednesday May 18, 2016 7:00pm - 10:00pm
Paris Campus ESCP Europe 79 Avenue de la République, 75011 Paris

8:00pm

Parisian Dinners by Vizeat
To continue your discussions with other Fest participants in the evenings, our partner VizEat is organizing intimate dinners in the homes of local Parisian hosts on the evening of May 18th from 8pm onwards! The best time to connect with the Speakers over some food and wine. 

Click here to register :
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Wednesday May 18, 2016 8:00pm - 11:30pm
TBA
 
Thursday, May 19
 

8:15am

Experiencing interconnectedness
Using the power of breath and the ancient knowledge of yoga, this session will make participants experience, in a quick collective exercise, the interconnectedness that generates and sustain life.

Speakers
avatar for Luisa Santiago

Luisa Santiago

CE100 Brasil Lead, Ellen MacArthur Foundation
Luisa joined the Ellen MacArthur Foundation in 2015 to implement and lead the Circular Economy 100 Brasil network (CE100 Brasil), a network for innovation and pre-competitive collaboration among businesses, academia and governments to accelerate the transition to a circular economy and focused in the Brazilian region. The CE100 Brasil is the first satellite network to be implemented by the Foundation outside of Europe, built on the successful... Read More →


Thursday May 19, 2016 8:15am - 9:00am
Floating Fest

9:20am

Rodrigo Baggio: "Developing leaders to scale system's change"
Speakers
avatar for Rodrigo Baggio

Rodrigo Baggio

President, CDI
Rodrigo Baggio is the founder and president of the CDI (Center for  | Digital Inclusion), a global NGO headquartered in Brazil that seeks to  | empower people to fight poverty, stimulate entrepreneurship and  | create change makers through the use of information and  | communication technology. CDI, pioneer in digital inclusion in Latin  | America, supports 842 CDI Community Centers in 15 countries in  | Latin... Read More →


Thursday May 19, 2016 9:20am - 9:35am
*Circus

9:35am

Nilofer Merchant: "Be Warned: Copy Silicon Valley and You Will Surely Fail"

About 20 months ago, Nilofer arrived in Paris from Silicon Valley. While she's been here, she's been researching how new and novel ideas dent the world for an upcoming book (Onlyness, Penguin/2017). The European context combined with the discovery writing process has made her realize how much the truth doesn't match the myths and narratives of Silicon Valley: in fact, they are the opposite. 


Speakers
avatar for Nilofer Merchant

Nilofer Merchant

Author, The Social Era, Harvard Business Review
Nilofer Merchant has gone from admin to CEO to Corporate Director of a NASDAQtraded company along her 20-year career. She is called the "Jane Bond of Innovation". Besides being a notable TED2013 speaker, her latest book, 11 Rules for Creating Value in the #SocialEra, published by Harvard Business Review Press, was named by Fast Company as a 2012 Best Business Book.


Thursday May 19, 2016 9:35am - 9:50am
*Circus

9:50am

A Conversation with Sébastien Bazin & Céline Lazorthes

How does the management of startups influence big companies? Developing a shadow board, reverse mentoring: these are just some of the tools being used, but are they enough to cope with the digital competition? On the other hand, if big companies managed to become that big, maybe it's because they have some advice worth listening to... 


Moderators
avatar for Vincent Edin

Vincent Edin

Journalist, Independent

Speakers
avatar for Sebastien  Bazin

Sebastien Bazin

CEO, Accor Hotels
Sébastien Bazin is a French businessman and the chairman and CEO of Accor Hotels group.  In 1997, he joined Colony Capital to develop  the European branch of the private investment firm in Paris. Within 15 years, he managed and participated in a number of investments in the hotel sector, including the buyout of the luxury hotel chains Fairmont and Raffles, acquisition and Management of hotel assets from La Générale... Read More →
avatar for Celine Lazorthes

Celine Lazorthes

Founder & CEO, MANGOPAY
Céline Lazorthes is the optimistic and passionate founder and CEO of Leetchi Group which includes leetchi.com, the European leading online money pot (+5M users), and MANGOPAY, the disruptive B2B payment solution dedicated to Marketplaces, Crowdfunding and Sharing Economy. | | Deeply engaged in the start-up community, Céline is a founding member of France Digitale, an active business angel and a regular speaker on... Read More →


Thursday May 19, 2016 9:50am - 10:15am
*Circus

10:15am

Introduction to Plaform Cooperativism
The seeds are being planted for a new kind of online economy—one owned and governed by the people who depend on it. For all the wonders the Internet brings us, it is dominated by an economics of monopoly, extraction, and surveillance. Ordinary users retain little control over their personal data, and the digital workplace is creeping into every corner of workers’ lives. Online platforms often exploit and exacerbate existing inequalities in society, even while promising to be the great equalizers. Could the Internet be owned and governed differently? What if Uber drivers could set up their own platform, or if cities could control their own version of Airbnb? What if we had an Internet of ownership?

Speakers
avatar for Nathan Schneider

Nathan Schneider

Writer, Activist, Platform Cooperativism
Nathan Schneider is a scholar-in-residence of media studies at the University of Colorado Boulder whose work revolves around economy, technology, and religion. In 2014, he co-organized “Platform Cooperativism,” a pioneering conference on democratic online platforms at the New School. His articles have appeared in publications including Vice, Harper’s, The Nation, YES!, The New York Times, and others. His most... Read More →


Thursday May 19, 2016 10:15am - 10:30am
*Studio

10:15am

Citizen producer: needs and desires
In this session, we are going to explore how platforms are answering to the needs and desires of a new citizen producer (peer/user) from 3 different perspectives: 1) Experience/Convenience. Main focus on the role of the experience design and how it evolves from selling products to offering services. 2) Producing/Mastering. Main focus on the professionalization and learning process design. 3) Transparency/Sustainability. Main focus on the impact and process awareness design.

Moderators
avatar for Tomas de Lara

Tomas de Lara

Co-leader, Sistema B
Co-leader of Sistema B Brasil (B Corps Movement), social entrepreneur and a business netweaver, Tomás co-founded Goma a co-owning space and collaborative ecosystem of social entrepreneurs and two Hubs of the World Economic Forum Global Shapers Community. Specialist on collaborative and sustainable economies, member of the board of Coca-Cola Brasil Foundation and SNCI (Saudi Arabia National Creative Initiative), Tomás teaches at... Read More →

Speakers
avatar for Stefano Bianchini

Stefano Bianchini

Design Strategist / Service Designer, Continuum
I'm a passionate service designer and human centered innovation strategist always curious and enthusiastic to start a new design challenge! | | I strongly believe in multidisciplinary and multicultural work teams, where the intersection shared by people with different mindsets and cultures adds special value to projects. | | At Continuum, I help companies to develop products, services, and brand experiences that can generate value for people... Read More →
avatar for Camille Rumani

Camille Rumani

COO & Cofounder, VizEat
Camille Rumani is the cofounder of VizEat, the european leader of social dining. | After graduated from a business school and a first experience in China, she came back to France to combine her three passions: tech, food and travel. | Her challenge : make VizEat the must-do activity for travellers and locals in big cities. | | VizEat brings together travellers, locals and hosts who welcome them at their homes around the world for an... Read More →
avatar for Luisa Santiago

Luisa Santiago

CE100 Brasil Lead, Ellen MacArthur Foundation
Luisa joined the Ellen MacArthur Foundation in 2015 to implement and lead the Circular Economy 100 Brasil network (CE100 Brasil), a network for innovation and pre-competitive collaboration among businesses, academia and governments to accelerate the transition to a circular economy and focused in the Brazilian region. The CE100 Brasil is the first satellite network to be implemented by the Foundation outside of Europe, built on the successful... Read More →


Thursday May 19, 2016 10:15am - 11:00am
*Circus

10:15am

Start-up Piching - Experts Feedbacks

Collective knowledge to support startup founders in solving their toughest challenges.

Four startup pitches with this format: 3 minutes pitch + 3 minutes questions and answers + 5 minutes written feedback



Moderators
avatar for Marcello Mari

Marcello Mari

Freelance Tech Journalist, Marcello Mari
London based tech freelance journalist from Italy. Connector and communicator. Previous lives as: Book Writer, Mixologist, Business Owner, Nomad, Marketer.

Featured Attendees
avatar for Franck Rougeau

Franck Rougeau

Co-founder, OuiHop
Short distance hitch-hiking mobile service or a new cooperative mass transit system
avatar for Katia R.Glossmann

Katia R.Glossmann

Food Tech Entrepreneur, SHAPEAT / The 3D Food Printing Community #3dfp
I am a food-tech enthusiast and foodie with a multidisciplinary designer background. Shapeat is the open collaborative platform to exchange creative 3D shapes, food making tools, delicious recipes and 3D printed food between community members for enriching culinary experiences and improve nutrition. The 3D Food Printing has the potential to revolutionize Culinary Creativity, Food Sustainability, and Nutrition Customization. With these... Read More →
avatar for Thomas  CAZADE

Thomas CAZADE

cofunder, PetitBus
avatar for Xavier Tutó

Xavier Tutó

Innovation researcher, SHAPEAT / The 3D Food Printing Community #3dfp
I am a passionate and expert on Design for 3D printing, and the next challenge is 3D Food Printing. | Shapeat is the open collaborative platform to exchange creative 3D shapes, food making tools, delicious recipes and 3D printed food between community members for enriching culinary experiences and improve nutrition. | The 3D Food Printing has the potential to revolutionize Culinary Creativity, Food Sustainability, and Nutrition Customization... Read More →


Thursday May 19, 2016 10:15am - 11:00am
Camp

10:15am

Collaboration by Nature: Principles in Permaculture, Biomimicry and the Economy

In an ever changing economy moving fast towards a complex digitalized world, where can we reach out for inspiration and models of resilience?

If we see earth as an organisation, we have to admit that its doing pretty damn well - running for 4,6 billion years, adapting to all kinds of disruptions, facing challenges, creating huge biodiversity and still thriving and generating abundance.

In this workshop we want to explore new business models and design systems which are inspired by the accumulated wisdom of nature in its evolutionary process of learning through failing and thriving in a complex system.

Faciliators
avatar for David Weingartner

David Weingartner

Connector, OuiShare
With a background in international business, David joined the OuiShare community through researching the social and environmental impacts of collaborative consumption and the implicated transformation process that affects traditional business models. Today, as a designer, facilitator and consultant David helps organisations through various formats to increase resilience and build a more human economy.
avatar for Guilherme Lito

Guilherme Lito

Myself, Brownie do Luiz


Thursday May 19, 2016 10:15am - 11:00am
Lab

10:15am

How can we create a more successful working culture through collaborative leadership?

Let's face it: collaboration is a pretty term but in practice, we all know that it can be a real pain.

We've all had the experience of working in a group of egos where internal competition gets in the way and soaks up the energy of the team. However, if you've been lucky enough, you've also had the fortunate experience of great team collaboration, where each team member becomes a leader and the colleagues fill you up with energy.

In this session we'll explore and reflect on the fundamental mind-set of collaborative leadership while practicing how to integrate it in our working culture and personal life.


Faciliators
avatar for Mercè Rua

Mercè Rua

Design strategiest & facilitator, Mercè Rua
Design researcher and strategist that works with organisations and institutions in helping them get qualitative, “human-centered” users' data as well as develop new solutions (services, experiences, products, etc.) aligned with the users’ needs, desires and behaviours. | She facilitates co-creation and innovation workshops using a unique blend of design thinking, improvisation and art of hosting. Ultimately, her drive is... Read More →


Thursday May 19, 2016 10:15am - 11:00am
Floating Fest

10:15am

The Documentation Tree
The Gold rush is over. What's left? The seeds we have planted: the projects, the processes and the things we have documented. Documentation has always been an important challenge for creative communities. 

Let's share our methods and processes of documentation with a "Tree of Documentation"! Join our permanent 3-day workshop, to help us create one of the worlds largest libraries dedicated to free and open source documentation and read, edit, copy, add, fork, modify... 

Faciliators
AM

Aurélien Marty

MédiaLabeur, Movilab
Génie !


Thursday May 19, 2016 10:15am - 11:00am
Garage

10:15am

Connect & Explore
Come here to connect with startups, companies as well as local and global initiatives. In this space you will find:

1. OuiShare Fest Info point

2. Food point, cafe & lounge

4. Meet OuiShare desk

5. Partners spaces
  • Castorama: one of the leading home improvement brands in Europe, with more than 45 years of experience in the field.
  • Mangopay: a payment solution dedicated to marketplaces.
  • Groupe Up: built on a cooperative foundation, Up group is one a major companies in the Social and Solidarity Economy (SSE), that has various a forward-looking sector that combines modernity, innovation and sustainable development.

6. Communities & Networks 'From the Edge'
  • B-lab (Bcorp): a nonprofit organization that serves a global movement of people using business as a force for good
  • Enspiral: a virtual and physical network of companies and professionals working together to create a thriving society.
  • P2P Foundation: The P2P Foundation is an international organization focused on studying, researching, documenting and promoting peer to peer practices in a very broad sense. 
  • Without Model: a think tank dedicated to foster open, collaborative and responsible business models
  • ShareNL: the Dutch knowledge and networking platform for the collaborative economy, working with startups, corporations, cities, governments and knowledge institutions in the Netherlands and around the world. Furthermore, they are also the initiator of 'Amsterdam Sharing City' and they recently published a book called 'Share', about the opportunities and challenges of the collaborative economy.
  • Global Hub for the Common Good: A Think Ocean of the New Economy: from the people for the people. We are a group of people and organisations co-creating a new political, economic and social system aimed at the common good. Fancy joining us? 
  • Girls in Tech: a global non-profit focused on the engagement, education and empowerment of girls and women who are passionate about technology
  • SWITCH: a collective empowering people to redesign their worklife. We provide a large range of experiences to invent the futur of work: education programs, community building, events, contents and services.
  • Mangrove: Mangrove is a community of professional emancipation led by values such as transparency and kindliness. It is organised in a decentralized manner thanks to technological tools allowing members to be efficient on a wide scale.
  • Co-recyclage: a gift platform for used objects
  • Collectif BAM: a collective of designers that work with public and private actors using collaborative and digital practices.

Thursday May 19, 2016 10:15am - 6:30pm
The Hub

10:30am

Communities for Commons: Ideas for Engagement
Volunteer labor is all over the sharing economy. Much of it builds brands and economic value that becomes property of platforms themselves. Building better platforms means more than dialing-up "engagement" – it involves welcoming and supporting volunteer labor in all of its forms. This talk shares two stories, explores the tension of labor for lifestyle and livelihood, and pulls out lessons for cooperative and commons-based platforms.

Speakers
avatar for Danny Spitzberg

Danny Spitzberg

Principal, Peak Agency Collective
Danny Spitzberg is a user researcher based in Oakland, California. He is principal at peakagency.co, a collective that partners with cultural and economic justice projects to run campaigns. He organizes with the New Leaders Council–Oakland and is currently helping build seed.coop, a platform for co-ops everywhere to grow and strengthen their membership. Say hi on Twitter @daspitzberg.


Thursday May 19, 2016 10:30am - 10:45am
*Studio

10:30am

"The Documentation Tree" - 3 day permanent workshop
The Gold rush is over. What's left? The seeds we have planted: the projects, the processes and the things we have documented. Documentation has always been an important challenge for creative communities.

Let's share our methods and processes of documentation with a "Tree of Documentation"! Join our permanent 3-day workshop, to help us create one of the worlds largest libraries dedicated to free and open source documentation and read, edit, copy, add, fork, modify...  

Thursday May 19, 2016 10:30am - 6:30pm
Playground

10:45am

Power to the Contributors? Governance Models in the Collaborative Economy
Today, collaborative organizations rely on many external contributors to provide the services they offer. How can platforms share the decision-making power with their external contributors? How can they reward and associate contributors while meeting their own organizational requirements? How can governance be a factor to make an organization more sustainable as well as making the stakeholders feel recognized? 
Many collaborative organizations are already experimenting with governance processes and structures in order to better integrate their stakeholders. To illustrate this, Marguerite will share the experience of 3 French examples drawn the study "Gouvernances", which she is co-leading for OuiShare:
- France Barter is a B2B barter system structured as a multistakeholder cooperative.  
- Mon Pti Voisinage is a neighborhood social network that aggregates collaborative services in a given area. 
- Practishare is a open source no nprofit platform that helps communities share solutions and organize knowledge. 

Speakers
avatar for Marguerite Grandjean

Marguerite Grandjean

Connector, OuiShare
Marguerite is a futurist and director of studies for OuiShare, making sense of trends, experiments, and behaviors that are profoundly changing our economies and societies. Lately, she has been leading the "Governances" project at OuiShare, which looks at the creative ways in which startups from the collaborative economy associate their contributors to the decisions that impact them and share the value they generate. | As a futurist (yes... Read More →


Thursday May 19, 2016 10:45am - 11:00am
*Studio

11:00am

Break
Thursday May 19, 2016 11:00am - 11:30am
Camp

11:00am

Break
Thursday May 19, 2016 11:00am - 11:30am
Lab

11:00am

Break
Thursday May 19, 2016 11:00am - 11:30am
Garage

11:00am

Break
Thursday May 19, 2016 11:00am - 11:30am
*Circus

11:00am

Break
Thursday May 19, 2016 11:00am - 11:30am
Floating Fest

11:00am

Break
Thursday May 19, 2016 11:00am - 11:30am
*Studio

11:00am

OuiShareRadio Podcast LIVE: Ouishare Community Stories
OuiShare Radio with Bernie Mitchell. 

This will take place at the OuiShare space in the Hub!

Thursday May 19, 2016 11:00am - 11:30am
The Hub

11:30am

Transforming industries by creating healthy ecosystems: strategic and operational challenges
Ecosystems can address the fundamental human needs (wellness, mobitily, learning,...) in a more optimal way than an individual corporation can provide.
But building ecosystem is challenging.
How can we bring together all the participants interests to unleash true transformation?  

Moderators
avatar for Kat Borlongan

Kat Borlongan

Founding Partner - Partenaire Fondateur, Five by Five
Kat started her career as an advocate for information rights and open data: she was Reporters sans frontières’ youngest bureau director, a policy analyst for the United Nations and member of the French government’s open data expert committee. | She first fell into the startup rabbit hole upon arriving in Paris in 2012, when she joined the award-winning civic startup Voxe.org. Since then, her passion for the French tech... Read More →

Speakers
avatar for Rodrigo Baggio

Rodrigo Baggio

President, CDI
Rodrigo Baggio is the founder and president of the CDI (Center for  | Digital Inclusion), a global NGO headquartered in Brazil that seeks to  | empower people to fight poverty, stimulate entrepreneurship and  | create change makers through the use of information and  | communication technology. CDI, pioneer in digital inclusion in Latin  | America, supports 842 CDI Community Centers in 15 countries in  | Latin... Read More →
avatar for Ronald Kleverlaan

Ronald Kleverlaan

Founder, CrowdfundingHub
Ronald Kleverlaan is one of the most important innovators on Crowdfunding, Community Finance and Alternative Finance in Europe. | | He is founder of CrowdfundingHub, the European Expertise Centre for Alternative and Community Finance. CrowdfundingHub is a research institute for applied research and consultancy on Alternative Finance for national and local governments, NGOs and financial institutes, combining in-depth qualitative research... Read More →
avatar for Frederic ORU

Frederic ORU

International Director, NUMA
Fred has been at the forefront of building NUMA into one of the leading tech ecosystem hubs in Europe. He's currently leading the effort to expand NUMAs model (community building + startup acceleration + corporate innovation) into new geographies : India, Russia, Morocco, Spain, and recently Mexico. Before NUMA, Frederic has been working during 13 years in IT Services and Training services as international project manager and strategic bid... Read More →


Thursday May 19, 2016 11:30am - 12:15pm
*Circus

11:30am

Networked Models for 21st-Century Organizations

How can we structure an organization so that it keeps up with the complexity of its environment? Many of tomorrow's organizations (or is it today's?) will have decentralized activities, based on many different contributors in and out the organization itself. Products and services will need to be continuously adapted, giving organizations a strong entrepreneurial feel. Workers will seek short or long-time project engagements while keeping a strong affiliation to one or more communities. Can we still talk about organizations or should we talk about networks or communities? What changes does that entail? How can traditional organizations be inspired?
Some organizations are already ahead of times and experimenting with the most innovative forms of operating. Come meet them! Lab.coop from Hungary, Faircoop from Spain, and Esnpiral from New Zealand (and beyond) will introduce their model before discussing them.


Moderators
avatar for Alda Marina Campos

Alda Marina Campos

Founder + Director, PARES
In 2005, 11 years ago, I made a significant move: I left a career in marketing in large corporations and started to work in the social sector, giving management support to small social entrepreneurs. I experienced powerful approaches to support organizational development process: to identify it's essential questions and build it's management solutions through the dialog and engagement of it's strategic relations. Inspired by this experience, in... Read More →

Speakers
avatar for Maro Horta

Maro Horta

Communication Team, FairCoop
avatar for Peter Langmar

Peter Langmar

CEO & Co-Founder, Lab.Coop
Peter is an entrepreneur in digital culture, advocate of collaborative economy. Today, runs an employee owned and holacracy governed corporation. It is a digital product agency, also co-owning and co-managing a coder school and an IoT prototyping lab. | Worked and founded labs and startups, worked in social media research and cultural management. Has a background in art, economics and new media. Build everything with a belief in open and... Read More →
avatar for Chelsea Robinson

Chelsea Robinson

Community builder & Facilitator, Enspiral
Working across climate change, youth mental health and the future of work over 6 years, Chelsea is a facilitator, entrepreneur, program designer and venture coach. Previously working on social movements and complex problem solving around climate change, Chelsea was one of the founders of New Zealand youth climate - movement Generation Zero.  Currently working with Loomio.org, Chelsea helps organisations & communities to learn the cultural skills... Read More →


Thursday May 19, 2016 11:30am - 12:15pm
*Studio

11:30am

Find your Career Superpower
How can we prepare for the workplace of the future by finding our career superforce?
We will take the search to find your career superforces and determine which is your career superhero.
You'll get a test result, a personal reference from the interview partner and the superhero certificate!We will take the search to find your career superforces and determine which is your career superhero.

Faciliators
avatar for Jörn Hendrik Ast

Jörn Hendrik Ast

Solopreneur & Superhero-Trainer, Superhero Institute GbR


Thursday May 19, 2016 11:30am - 12:15pm
Floating Fest

11:30am

How to leverage on innovative ecosystems to foster inclusion and development in MENA region?
The Middle East and North Africa (MENA) region has been lately witnessing creation of a lot of ideas linked to the themes of collaborative, green and solidarity economies. These young innovative projects are building bridges between their local traditional heritage and entrepreneurship with the aim of creating social and environmental impact. How is  this creating new promising business models and impacting the overall economy of this region?

Moderators
avatar for nelly baz

nelly baz

Co-Founder, hbr creative platforn
After a past in advertising, nelly made a switch in her career after joining Politecnico Di Milano for a Masters in Strategic Design when she investigated the sharing economy and came up with the best case scenario: the ant world (available on YouTube). She joined Make A Cube, an incubator specialized in Social Innovation and Sustainability, and worked on The ChangeMakers Program for Expo Milan 2015. | Nelly relocated to Beirut with a mission... Read More →

Speakers
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Ahmad Sufian Bayram

Founder & CEO, Arabshare
Ahmad Sufian Bayram is a social entrepreneurship, startup, and collaborative economy activist. He is Techstars' regional manager in the Middle East and Africa. For the past five years, Ahmad has been playing an essential role in leading the development of empowering the collaborative economy in the Arab World and building supportive communities based on sharing, collaboration and openness. He is the Founder and CEO at ArabShare; the first... Read More →
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Asmaa Guedira

Connector, OuiShare - Womanity
I am passionate about social innovation, and very interested in the impact of collaboration enabled by digital technology in creative and innovative communities that emerge in society, and their impact on organizations as well as gender structures. I am Moroccan and lived in Rabat, Paris, New York and Istanbul during 10 years, before becoming a nomad, living and working around the world, with a major focus in Middle East and North Africa region... Read More →
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Cecile Marsille

Trainer and Researcher in Social Innovation, Cecile Marsille
Inclusive cities with special focus on migration through social innovation and active citizenship // New ways of political participation // Decentralized economic development // Grassroots civil society initiatives in the Mediterranean (Egypt, Tunisia, Algeria, France) // Green and social entrepreneurship
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Claudia Pani

Project Manager SwitchMed – Green Entrepreneurship, Regional Activity Centre for Sustainable Consumption and Production (SCP/RAC)
Claudia Pani: more than 10 years of involvment in sustainable development at global level. | Originary from Sardinia (Italy), I always considerd the MedArea as one of the greatest laboratory for social and ecoinnovation of the world. | My passion for this field together with my love for our common region, led me to dedicate my last work to supporting the empowerment of entrepreneurs, the creation of new companies and the exchange of... Read More →


Thursday May 19, 2016 11:30am - 12:30pm
Lab

11:30am

Common Room: Self-organize!

This space is free for all attendees to co-create, play and host spontanous session in. This is your common room where you can continue conversations, host impromtu workshops and expand the Fest program as you please!

Setup

The room holds 12 people max and is equipped with a basic workshop setup: table, chairs, a screen & cables to connect your laptop, post-its, markers & paper.

Room Rules

1. Welcome everyone

This is an open space for the Fest community. No private meetings! If you hold a session here, you agree to welcome anyone who walks in.

2. Communicate your session

To make sure others know what discussion is currently in session, before starting write the name of your session and what time you started on the flipchart outside the space entrance. Every new session should use a new blank page on the flipchart.

3. Be respectful

If others are waiting to use the room after you, please keep your sessions to 45 min. If no one seems to want the room, feel free to stay longer, but be mindful if new groups arrive.  

4. Be Creative & Share

These are the only rules for this space. Beyond that, you define what is possible - so have fun, experiment and document the outcomes for others to benefit from, if you can.


 

Thursday May 19, 2016 11:30am - 1:00pm
Garage

11:30am

The Platform Design Workshop
This short workshop based on the Platform Design Toolkit (www.platformdesigntoolkit.com) will help you understand what are the key entities in the ecosystem you want to examine, how the core value is created and how ancillary value streams are generated.

The workshop will also help you identify the key transactions and ensure that context or channels exist for these transactions to happen on the platform. You’ll also learn how to support and empower the evolution of participants toward better performances and how to help them thrive and produce better quality services from peer to peer interactions and how they can create larger social capital and reputation to make the platform thrive.


TARGET AUDIENCE

The workshop is designed for:

  • Managers and Founders looking to generate innovation in corporates and startups, who need to create new products

  • Creatives, Designers and Consultants who want to use a simple and effective set of design tools to design solutions for the present times

  • Community managers of digital platforms or collaborative spaces such as incubators, makerspaces, coworking spaces or networks.

  • Social entrepreneurs and public officials who want to understand how to increase the social impact of collaborative services with less investments.


What to expect from this workshop

At the end of the workshop you will be be able to:

  • Understand the basics of Platform Design market opportunity

  • Know where to start to get informed about using Platform Design Toolkit

  • Meet a practical and open tool (in Creative Commons) you can use dozens of times in your professional activities


It is a course for beginners or experts?
This course is about an advanced topic - the creation of new products and services - but faces it in a practical way, leaving participants with tools and references to use them. It is a course for participants who understand what it means to create a new product or service but previous knowledge on the subject of the platforms or design is not required.

About the Platform Design Toolkit
Born in 2013, the Platform Design Toolkit (see: www.platformdesigntoolkit.com) has already been adopted worldwide by successful startup as Sharing Academy, OSVehicle, SlowD and more. International groups such as Hutchison Whampoa, Adeo, Transdev, SWIFT also studied and adopted the toolkit. European and American business schools used PDT in courses. Countless designers and entrepreneurs from around the world have used it to shape and improve their business ideas and impact. 

See > www.platformdesigntoolkit.com
 

Faciliators
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Cristobal Gracia

Connector, OuiShare
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Juho Makkonen

CEO, Sharetribe
I've been building peer-to-peer marketplaces since 2008 and I'm passionate about the impact they have in empowering people in the collaborative economy. My company Sharetribe is focused on helping entrepreneurs in the collaborative economy to launch and manage their own peer-to-peer marketplace platforms.
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Simone Cicero

Platform Design Toolkit Founder, OuiShare
I'm a strategist in love open culture and Freedom, researching about change and society. I inspire people in nurturing radical innovation and transformation. I design events, formats and co-creation workshops to experience the power of cooperation. I'm a lean thinker and agile practitioner, Connector at @ouishare, former Open Hardware Summit co-chair, coach and consultant to big and small companies. | | I'm also learning how Platforms... Read More →



Thursday May 19, 2016 11:30am - 1:00pm
Camp

12:00pm

Lunch MeetUp: Dialogue about Sharing Cities

**Meet at "COOPERATIVE" meeting-point (by the Group Up Stand)**

Come along if you want to meet likeminded people and discuss:
The future of Sharing Cities and their potential Purpose, Values and Goals.


Faciliators
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Harmen van Sprang

co-founder, shareNL
Harmen van Sprang is the co-founder of shareNL, the Dutch knowledge and networking platform for the collaborative (sharing) economy. Together with co-founder Pieter van de Glind and his team, Harmen works with startups, corporations, cities, governments and knowledge institutions in The Netherlands and abroad. All with the objective to further develop the collaborative economy. Furthermore, they are the initiators of Amsterdam Sharing City and... Read More →
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Tom Llewellyn

Organizing Director, Shareable
Tom Llewellyn is the Organizing Director at Shareable.net, and a lifelong sharer, commoner and story teller. He coordinates the global Sharing Cities Network, #MapJam, and other community sharing campaigns, in addition to collaborating on Shareable’s weekly publishing, co-editing the Shareable Guide to Sharing book series and speaking internationally about real, equitable sharing cities. | | Previously, he was the Education and Activism... Read More →


Thursday May 19, 2016 12:00pm - 1:00pm
The Hub

12:00pm

MeetUp: Dialogue about Sharing Cities

**Meet at "COOPERATIVE" meeting-point (by the Group Up Stand)**

Come along if you want to meet likeminded people and discuss:
The future of Sharing Cities and their potential Purpose, Values and Goals.


Faciliators
avatar for Harmen van Sprang

Harmen van Sprang

co-founder, shareNL
Harmen van Sprang is the co-founder of shareNL, the Dutch knowledge and networking platform for the collaborative (sharing) economy. Together with co-founder Pieter van de Glind and his team, Harmen works with startups, corporations, cities, governments and knowledge institutions in The Netherlands and abroad. All with the objective to further develop the collaborative economy. Furthermore, they are the initiators of Amsterdam Sharing City and... Read More →
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Tom Llewellyn

Organizing Director, Shareable
Tom Llewellyn is the Organizing Director at Shareable.net, and a lifelong sharer, commoner and story teller. He coordinates the global Sharing Cities Network, #MapJam, and other community sharing campaigns, in addition to collaborating on Shareable’s weekly publishing, co-editing the Shareable Guide to Sharing book series and speaking internationally about real, equitable sharing cities. | | Previously, he was the Education and Activism... Read More →


Thursday May 19, 2016 12:00pm - 1:00pm
The Hub

12:15pm

Building an Open Data Hub: An Ecosystem of Open Information
Speakers
avatar for Rahul Kumar

Rahul Kumar

Senior Vice President, Transdev
With over 15 years’ experience in the industry, Rahul Kumar has served in positions on all sides of the table. As Director of Planning for Foothill Transit in Los Angeles, California, Mr. Kumar designed and implemented the Agency’s first Bus Rapid Transit service. While working with a small Southern Californian transit consulting firm, Mr. Kumar served as project manager for over 15 transit projects including designing transit center... Read More →


Thursday May 19, 2016 12:15pm - 12:30pm
*Circus

12:15pm

Bossless Organizations in Practice
Last year at OuiShare Fest 15, we explored the lessons learned from "building self-managed organizations". This year we move the discussion forward by asking startups and traditional companies how they have deployed a range of practices for autonomy in their own context. Some have been experimenting with a range of practices while others have been going through widespread organizational transformation.
Does a "bossless" organization mean the end or a transformation of hierarchies? What opportunities has it created for the people involved? What practices should be recommended? What should be avoided?
Participants from 3 companies will share their experiments: 
  • Poult is a French industrial biscuit company which is famous for being one of the pioneers, decades ago, in experimenting with autonomous management. 
  • Buffer, an app that helps you manage your social media visibility, has tried out self-management before backing out and coming back to more conventional hierarchies. 
  • A Little Market is a marketplace for crafted products which recently set up rotating leadership among its teams. 
  • Cocoon Projects is a distributed collective experimenting with agility processes. 
As autonomous management is picking up, it's time to learn from experience! 
 

Moderators
avatar for Pascal Jouxtel

Pascal Jouxtel

Free-lance, L'internome
As a free-lance consultant, I specialize in cultural evolution, which means improving the way people work together and the way they think and talk about how they work together. Routines, rituals, team learning, mental models, and memetics. You can also talk to me about Spiral Dynamics, if you are well read about CW Graves's original Levels of Existence Theory.

Speakers
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Nicolas d'Audiffret

Co-founder, AlittleMarket
I am an entrepreneur convinced that technology can help create a more humane economy. I am passionate about how networks & communities can change economy & society
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Rodolphe Dutel

Operations, Buffer.com
Rodolphe works on Buffer's Operations: He thinks through how to organize Buffer as it grows beyond 100 team members working remotely together. He's also the founder of Remotive.io.
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Camille Panassié

Innovation Manager, Groupe POULT
Graduated in Biochemical engineering (2011) and Master of food sociology (2012), I joined Groupe Poult in 2013 to coordinate an open innovation project about health and food during 2 years. In 2015 I officially joined the innovation team. | This team's job is too be a catalyst in the company and create the conditions that enable all employees to be involved in the innovation process. In order to do that, we create for example trainings or plans... Read More →
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Emanuele Rapisarda

Agile Coach, Cocoon Projects
I am a person that makes flexibility its main strong point. Starting with a genuine sense of discovery I take the challenges that are presented to me as a possibility to derive value from always different experiences. With my eyes fixed on the future, I do so that others can continuously evolve. This, on a professional level, declines in the ability to transfer a new way of working that allows to succeed in an environment of ever increasing... Read More →


Thursday May 19, 2016 12:15pm - 1:00pm
*Studio

12:30pm

Scalability in Europe: Best Practices & Feedback
Speakers
CB

Clément BOULAIS

Senior Business Development, MANGOPAY


Thursday May 19, 2016 12:30pm - 1:00pm
Lab

12:30pm

From Making to Manufacturing: the future of production?

Manufactured products form the foundation of most economic systems. Government, industry and individuals develop and produce products in the form of goods and services to meet the needs of those in society. The desire for low cost goods has been met through economies of scale and mass production. This forced consumer to compromise their wants or needs with what is available.

In the meantime, the needs of consumers have evolved with the development of technologies that have driven consumers to higher levels of expectation. Also more attention is being put on sustainability issues. These factors are changing the way products are conceived and brought to market, from idea to delivery and subsequently to post consumption. The recent digital transformation and the new means of production is leading to transformation of our industries. It’s called rapid response advanced manufacturing.

At the same time digital fabrication tools became easily accessible. New types of consumer designed products with powerful user communities enter the market.  The underground hacker community forked in to Fablabs and makerspaces to form the maker movement. Open source, collaborative/web-based engineering developed in to a grass root proof of concept of fully personalized user centered, local manufacturing. Slowly building an infrastructure for agile, on demand decentralized production capable to 3d print their own homes. 

During this session we will try to answer the question of how to move from making and rapid prototyping to citizen production. Should we bring manufacturing back to the cities? Do we need to develop new supply chains? What industry can learn from today’s makers and what is the missing link? What wil be the role of makerspaces in distributed manufacturing? Should makers scale up and professionalize or the industry scale across?


Moderators
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Justyna Swat

co-founder, POC21 / USIL
Strategic designer and architect. Working on projects developing socially and ecologically responsible solutions using digital tools. Urban researcher. Co-founder of POC21 , design assistant at the ENSCI les Ateliers School of Industrial Design, WikiHouse Foundation executive, founder of Urban Strategy and Innovation Lab USIL .

Speakers
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Antoine Boilevin

Co-founder User Centered Lab, VALEO
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Nicolas Lassabe

President, Artilect
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Hannah Stewart

Research Associate, Future Makespaces in Redistributed Manufacture - RCA
Hannah Stewart is a Research Associate at the Royal College of Art on the 2 year Future Makespaces in Redistributed Manufacturing project. An agenda forming research project funded by the EPSRC to establish what role makespaces and their communities could play in future redistributed landscape of sustainable production, and who would benefit.
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Manuela Yamada

Partner and project manager, MateriaBrasil
An enthusiastic industrial designer entrepreneur who believes we can change the system through collective work. Since 2013 I joined MateriaBrasil working on how to bring topics like circular economy, open source tech, maker movement, sharing economy and community building, to projects with high positive impact. At my company we run the biggest open source platform on sustainable materials making knowledge available and empowering people. Also... Read More →


Thursday May 19, 2016 12:30pm - 1:15pm
*Circus

1:00pm

Lunch
Thursday May 19, 2016 1:00pm - 3:00pm
*Circus

1:15pm

Getting into Contact Improvisation
Exploring the connection with weight, breathing and skin to allow empty to emerge and ... be present, letting your own dance appear.

Thursday May 19, 2016 1:15pm - 2:45pm
Camp

1:30pm

Serendipity experience with Narmada and Elena
This will take place at the OuiShare Stand in the Hub. 

Thursday May 19, 2016 1:30pm - 2:30pm
The Hub

2:00pm

Lunch MeetUp: Lonely system innovators

**Meet at the 'FROM THE EDGES' Stand**

Come along if you want to meet likeminded people and discuss: how we can cultivate and create support structures within this emerging community.

We know that new ways of collaborating and creating are needed for us to support each other as system innovators, but how do we actually go about creating the support structures we need? What do we need and when as individual practitioners trying to create systemic change?

 


Faciliators
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Corina Angheloiu

Designer & Project Manager, Forum for the Future
Designer & strategist. System Innovation Lab @Forum4theFuture | President of Bucharest NGO Poiana lui Iocan | @RCAeducation alumna


Thursday May 19, 2016 2:00pm - 3:00pm
The Hub

2:00pm

Lunch MeetUp: Sharing economy in the travel industry

**Meet at the Café in the HUB**

Come along if you want to meet likeminded people and discuss:

Travel cheaper and in a different way with the sharing economy. Share and learn.

 


Faciliators
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Anne-Laure Chorro

Co-founder, Make It Travel
I'm the cofounder of Make It Travel, a platform to rent your traveler equipment with other travelers. Make It Travel is a remote startup in the sharing economy. | I'm also a digital nomad and traveler ✈. I'm minimalist, try to reach a zero waste lifestyle and volunteer at Zero Waste France. | I'm a OS member. | I'm learning how to surf.


Thursday May 19, 2016 2:00pm - 3:00pm
The Hub

2:00pm

Mentor Session: Alison Cebulla
Limited Capacity full

Reserve 20 minutes of one-to-one mentoring with Alison Cebull on:
  • Finding/defining/creating passion/purpose/direction
  • Starting a business or personal brand
  • Interpersonal communication and conflict resolution

**If you 'add' this session to your personal program, you are reserving a 20 minute slot. You can then select the precise time within this hour at the Info-Point in the Circus at the Fest.**

Faciliators
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Alison Cebulla

Life coach, Alison Cebulla
Trust, intimacy, and boundaries in the sharing economy.


Thursday May 19, 2016 2:00pm - 3:00pm
*Circus

2:00pm

Mentor Session: Indy Johar
Limited Capacity full

Reserve 20 minutes of one-to-one mentoring with Indy Johar on:
  • Beyond Co-Working; 
  • System Change Start ups; 
  • Next Generation Impact Investment Funds.

**If you 'add' this session to your personal program, you are reserving a 20 minute slot. You can then select the precise time within this hour at the Info-Point in the Circus at the Fest.**

 

Featured Attendees
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Indy Johar

Co-Founder & Executive Director, 00
ndy Johar is an architect, co-founder of 00 (project00.cc) and a Senior Innovation Associate with the Young Foundation. Indy Johar is a co-founder of Dark Matter Laboratories: our goal is to apply complex systems science to value chain innovation, management and relationships; turning what is generally perceived as a threat of our time – spill-over effects across borders, boundaries and silos - into a resource to solve the wicked... Read More →


Thursday May 19, 2016 2:00pm - 3:00pm
*Circus

2:30pm

Smart Money Maker - A Collaborative Card Game
** Come play at the tables in the Café, in the Hub **

Monopoly®, a game born in the old capitalist era, was based on the accumulation of money and goods. Since the economy rules have changed, Laurence Humier has designed Smart Money Maker to illustrate the fundamentals of the New Economy.

Means of Exchange (a network of alternative economy practitioners) and Laurence Humier are looking for 2 to 6 players, for each of our game sessions. The rules take 5 min to learn and will be explained at the start of the session.

Moderators
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Sally Brammall

Project Director, Means of Exchange
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Laurence Humier

Entrepreneur, designer, Laurence Humier
Laurence Humier is a Belgian architectural engineer by training. She works as a designer in Milan, providing services and products in the field of industrial design, communication, services, and education. She has created a card game, Smart Money Maker, to engage people in discussions about managing an online reputation, new models of income and saving money via the use of sharing platforms. She will be present at OuiShare together with Sally... Read More →

Thursday May 19, 2016 2:30pm - 3:15pm
The Hub

3:00pm

Factor Human: OuiShare's Experiment in Decentralization
In this talk, Francesca will share insights and learnings from the decentralization experiment carried out with the tool Backfeed for several weeks in the OuiShare Fest team. She will discuss the human barriers to implementing new tools and technologies, as well as the moral questions raised by the experiment. 

Speakers
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Francesca Pick

OuiShare Fest Chair, OuiShare
Francesca is a project manager, writer and speaker interested in how tech can change business, society and human interaction. She has played an instrumental role in developing the OuiShare community globally and is chair of OuiShare Fest since 2014. When not working on OuiShare Fest, she helps teams working on meaningful projects increase their impact through collaboration and communication, and experiments with new forms of distributed... Read More →


Thursday May 19, 2016 3:00pm - 3:15pm
*Circus

3:00pm

Startups et grands groupes : quelle stratégie de partenariat pour quels objectifs ?
Depuis 5 ans les partenariats se sont multipliés entre grands groupes et startups de l'économie collaborative. Si les promesses de ses rapprochements sont nombreuses, la réalité a montré que leur réalisation n'allait pas de soi : différences culturelles, horizons temporels en décalage, gouvernance spécifique. 
La capacité à s'engager dans des partenariats est déterminante tant pour les startups que les groupes : les groupes bénéficient de l’agilité des startups pour trouver des relais de croissance et accélérer leur transformation numérique tandis que les startups bénéficient d'un terrain d'expérimentation, de financement et d'accélération.
Comment construire et réaliser une stratégie de partenariat efficace?

Moderators
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Louis-David Benyayer

Forwarder, Without Model
Passionate about innovation, strategy, #bmgen & entrepreneurship. Strategy researcher @ ESCP Europe Chaire Entrepreneuriat and @ICD. Co-founder of Without Model

Speakers
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Julien Van Hoeylandt

Co-founder, Quatre Epingles
I'm a co-founder of the french collaborative concierge start-up Quatre Epingles, bringing a new kind of access to services in the smart city, thanks to technological, digital and collaborative tools. Innovation of service is the key of our future.
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Thomas OLLIVIER

Responsible for sharing economy, MAIF
Thomas OLLIVIER is in charge of the "sharing economy & new trends" team at MAIF. Together, they manage advanced projects and key initiatives from scratch to market implementation. As a main entry for partners, they try to fit to startups working process, using design thinking, test & learn methods, within collaborative reflex. Thomas is a expert in business intelligence and knowledge management. 
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Amélie Oudéa-Castéra

CMO & Deputy head of retail, AXA France
Amélie Oudéa-Castéra is from March 1st 2015   Co- Managing Director of AXA Particuliers/ Professionnels , Chief Marketing, Digital and Alliances Officer   and  Member of the Executive Board Previously, she was Executive assistant to Chief Financial Officer of the AXA Group (2008-2009) and head of Group strategic planning of the AXA Group (2009-2010). Before that, she served as a civil servant... Read More →


Thursday May 19, 2016 3:00pm - 3:45pm
*Studio

3:00pm

Common Room: Self-organize!

This space is free for all attendees to co-create, play and host spontanous session in. This is your common room where you can continue conversations, host impromtu workshops and expand the Fest program as you please!

Setup

The room holds 12 people max and is equipped with a basic workshop setup: table, chairs, a screen & cables to connect your laptop, post-its, markers & paper.

Room Rules

1. Welcome everyone

This is an open space for the Fest community. No private meetings! If you hold a session here, you agree to welcome anyone who walks in.

2. Communicate your session

To make sure others know what discussion is currently in session, before starting write the name of your session and what time you started on the flipchart outside the space entrance. Every new session should use a new blank page on the flipchart.

3. Be respectful

If others are waiting to use the room after you, please keep your sessions to 45 min. If no one seems to want the room, feel free to stay longer, but be mindful if new groups arrive.  

4. Be Creative & Share

These are the only rules for this space. Beyond that, you define what is possible - so have fun, experiment and document the outcomes for others to benefit from, if you can.


 

Thursday May 19, 2016 3:00pm - 4:30pm
Garage

3:00pm

Circulab Demo
How to co-design a regenerative business model? 
After introducing quickly the opportunities of the Circular Economy, we invite the participants to play the Circulab gam.
We use the Circulab board (available on http://circulab.eu/en) with game cards to give them missions, characters and ideas to co-create solutions. 

Faciliators
avatar for Brieuc Saffré

Brieuc Saffré

CEO, Wiithaa
Co-founder of Wiithaa, a design agency dedicated to the Circular economy, and co-founder of the Circulab & the Circulab network. | Author of several books like "Quelle est votre brand utility? (In livro veritas, f


Thursday May 19, 2016 3:00pm - 4:30pm
Lab

3:00pm

3:00pm

Return of the Co-op: Building the Next-Generation Sharing Economy

Can an old model be the basis for a new economy? Can the cooperative status and the #PlatformCoop movement offer an alternative to a capitalistic, value-captating model?
In practice, how can we build cooperatives for the digital age? 
In this workshop, founders of digital cooperatives and leaders of citizen-owned infrastructure cooperatives will share their experience. At the same time, entrepreneurs who wish to convert their collaborative organizations into full-on cooperatives will share their interrogations.
Come raise your own questions! You will be invited to discuss them during a World Café, with the help of featured experts. 


Speakers
avatar for Ralph Boeije

Ralph Boeije

Entrepreneur, Part-up
Creating a platform for decentralized movements, community and companies. Bringing swarm-organizing to the masses and enabling anyone to be free to choice what to work on and who to work with.
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Julek Jurowicz

co-founder, SMartBE
Julek founded SMartBe in 1998, together with fellow Managing Director Pierre Burnotte. Once SMartBe’s success was established, Julek followed the only logical way to go: Europe – in order to answer to a growing need for simplified international mobility.
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Claus Skytte

Co-founder, Resecond.com
Claus Skytte is an author, entrepreneur and circular strategist with over 25 years’ experience in the advertising industry, and not least, which he left 2 years ago to concentrate his life on the 4th industrial revolution. Skytte is Danish pioneer of Sharing Economy / Collaborative Consumption with 3 books about the topic behind him. English version of his book "The Comsumer" about Danish Collaborative Consumption and his first SE Company... Read More →
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Emmanuel Soulias

Director, Enercoop
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Felix Weth

CEO, Fairmondo
Felix is the founder and CEO of Fairmondo, a German online-marketplace owned by its users. He holds degrees in political sciences, philosophy, economics, public policy, and administration. As an anti-corruption activist, he travelled widely through Africa where he saw how corruption deprives especially young people of life chances. For him, this experience highlighted the structural deficiencies of our... Read More →

Featured Attendees
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Chelsea Rustrum

Sharing Economy Consultant, Sharers.co
Chelsea Rustrum is sharing economy author, facilitator, and consultant with deep practical knowledge and hands on understanding of how the collaborative economy has come to fruition, grown, and continues to evolve business. She's the author of It's a Shareable Life, the founder of a social and educational series in the Silicon Valley, dubbed The Sharers. Her current interest is in how the sharing economy can be integrated into value... Read More →
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Jean Luc Chautagnat

Coordinator, Manufacture Coopérative - BIGRE
I am acting for the transformation of the economy has become the key to the functioning of our societies. I invested in the development of a human economy, democratic, cooperative and friendly. | I am active in the co-operative renewal which allows new forms of cooperatives born and develop. I was co-founder of several cooperatives to achieve this vision : OXALIS, Editions du Croquant, GRAP (Regional Grouping Proximity of food), and the... Read More →
avatar for Juho Makkonen

Juho Makkonen

CEO, Sharetribe
I've been building peer-to-peer marketplaces since 2008 and I'm passionate about the impact they have in empowering people in the collaborative economy. My company Sharetribe is focused on helping entrepreneurs in the collaborative economy to launch and manage their own peer-to-peer marketplace platforms.
avatar for Nathan Schneider

Nathan Schneider

Writer, Activist, Platform Cooperativism
Nathan Schneider is a scholar-in-residence of media studies at the University of Colorado Boulder whose work revolves around economy, technology, and religion. In 2014, he co-organized “Platform Cooperativism,” a pioneering conference on democratic online platforms at the New School. His articles have appeared in publications including Vice, Harper’s, The Nation, YES!, The New York Times, and others. His most... Read More →
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Prosper Wanner

Gestore, Hotel du Nord cooperative
I am manager of 2 cooperatives.  Hôtel du Nord is a residents’ cooperative which offer hospitality (guest rooms, bed & breakfast, urban walks, local productions, books, ...) in the Northern districts of Marseille. Residents, artists, associations, companies offer a discovery of Marseille from a Northern point of view… H2H is a cooperative of cooperatives. It's a national structure which creates and manages a common brand and... Read More →

Faciliators
avatar for Lieza Dessein

Lieza Dessein

project manager, SMartBE
I am an enthusiastic project and community manager for Smart. Smart is a company that evolves in social economy since 1998 and provides concrete solutions for creative entrepreneurs. We offer an online accountancy tool, real life training sessions, legal advice and much more to simplify and secure the professional activity of project workers. | Amongst many other projects, I am in charge of the development of the creative hub Brussel Art... Read More →
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Thomas Doennebrink

OuiShare Connector & Freelancer Collaborative Econ, OuiShare
OuiShare Connector Germany & Freelancer on the Collaborative Economy. Based in Berlin. Interested in the Collaborative Economy especially from the angle of how it can contribute leading towards a new, sustainable and human economy and society. (http://de.slideshare.net/doennebrink/2014-1020f-civic-economy-slideshare). Involved in the convergence of ideas, networks and movements to have an impact on changing the world for the better... Read More →


Thursday May 19, 2016 3:00pm - 4:30pm
Camp

3:15pm

New ways of measuring and distributing value: experiments and stories

We can observe today an increasing number of initiatives experimenting with alternative ways of measuring and sharing value in companies, communities and networks.

Why should we explore alternatives? Which alternative models already exist? Are monetary rewards necessary? How could we create a new model that better serves a creativity and knowledge economy?

This session brings together representatives from 4 different organizations that are asking themselves these questions and trying to find answers by building various new models for measuring contributions and distributing value.

The following organizations will share stories and concrete examples of successes and failures in pursuing this:

  • Cobudget, a collaborative funding and participatory budgeting tool, being used by the Enspiral network and other organizations.

  • Gratipay, a platform that provides payments and payroll for open work. They have launched pilot projects where employees set their own salaries.

  • Thanks & Share: a human learning & natural intelligence network that enables founders and contributors to share the company’s equity with a model they have developed.  

  • Cocoon Projects: an open enterprise that starts, supports and accelerates value driven, innovative projects. They’ve developed the Liquido framework for open companies.


Moderators
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Francesca Pick

OuiShare Fest Chair, OuiShare
Francesca is a project manager, writer and speaker interested in how tech can change business, society and human interaction. She has played an instrumental role in developing the OuiShare community globally and is chair of OuiShare Fest since 2014. When not working on OuiShare Fest, she helps teams working on meaningful projects increase their impact through collaboration and communication, and experiments with new forms of distributed... Read More →

Speakers
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Mourad KOLLI

Founder & CEO, Thanks And Share
Founder and CEO @Thanksandshare, I dedicate my life to enchant the world. No Less! | How? I deal joyful experiences & get thanked for it ! | I am not kidding ! | On one hand, I’m giving my most precious resources, energy & benevolence to help entrepreneurs | On the other hand, I’m carried by an extraordinary team just for thanks®! | If, all together, we succeed to transform our ideas into reality, we will transform this world into... Read More →
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Claudia Pellicori

Reputation Strategist, Cocoon Projects
Claudia loves working with organisations and people for the evolution of their reputation and connection with stakeholders. She carefully and strategically helps them in surfacing their most important skills, in the selection of the best tools and channels of communications and in an iterative process of relationship building.  | Claudia has already applied these skills in a very wide variety of contexts, from structured enterprises to... Read More →
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Derek Razo

Network Knitter, Founder, Adventurer, Cobudget, Enspiral, POC21 Community
Derek Razo is an entrepreneur with a passion for social change. He is a founder of Cobudget, and a member of Loomio - two open source software tools that help amplify the social impact of crowds and networks. In his work, Derek has supported many collaborative communities around the world working on new ways of organising and creating social change. He is passionate about transforming human systems to work to preserve life and... Read More →
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Chad Whitacre

Founder, Gratipay
I'm the founder of Gratipay, which provides payments and payroll for open work. We launched in 2012, and are pioneering an open organization model in a heavily regulated industry. Our mission is to cultivate an economy of gratitude, generosity, and love! :-) | | Talk to me about open organizations! What's your business model? What value are you creating? How do you share revenue?


Thursday May 19, 2016 3:15pm - 4:00pm
*Circus

3:45pm

Future of mobility ecosystems
Last few years have seen a burgeoning of strategic shifts from a wide range of companies that were leaders in their ecosystem: automotive, public transport or automotive repair & maintenance services. They all now profess their love for the mobility ecosystem and ambition to be among those who matter.
What kind of transformation should these companies undergo? How could platform and collaborative business models impact their current activities? How do they build a new ecosystem and a new culture?

Moderators
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Maureen Houel

General Manager, Autonomy
Maureen is bringing to life Autonomy, the world´s first major event and accelerator on urban mobility for professionals, policy makers and public. It will take place in Paris at la Villette this October 6-9 in partnership with Ouishare. Let's get our cities moving and celebrate the urban mobility revolution!

Speakers
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Will Farrelly

User Experience Innovation, Ford Smart Mobility, Ford of Europe
Since joining Ford of Europe in 1995 after earning a Mechanical Engineering degree from Brunel University London, Will Farrelly has been extensively involved in leading-edge consumer research, product innovation, and business strategy projects. | | Since 2003, Will has taken a lead role in Ford of Europe’s product and concept innovation activities, developing and delivering new innovative technologies and features, innovative... Read More →
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Erik Grab

-, Michelin
Erik Grab is currently Vice President Strategic Anticipation & Innovation for the Michelin Group. | He is also in charge of the Michelin Challenge Bibendum Open Lab, a co-innovation ecosystem  | gathering over 200 international companies and 50 international or professional organizations. | His previous mission within the Group was as Global Marketing Director for the two main Michelin  | business entities, namely Truck and... Read More →
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Yann LERICHE

Group Chief Performance Officer, Transdev Group
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Yann Marteil

CEO, Via ID
Qui sommes-nous ? | | Via ID est un accélérateur de Business centré sur l’éco-mobilité, au cœur des enjeux écologiques et technologiques, fonctionnant en synergie avec Mobivia Groupe. | | | | Nous étudions tous les projets en lien avec les nouveaux usages de mobilité. Nous soutenons des entrepreneurs dans le développement de leur entreprise, nous investissons... Read More →


Thursday May 19, 2016 3:45pm - 4:15pm
*Studio

4:00pm

DAO - Decentralized Autonomous Organizations: Can You Trust A Blockchain?
This session will address the question of trust (or "trustlessness") and how it relates to the question of human autonomy and agency. Decentralized Autonomous Organizations (DAOs) are organizations operated on blockchain-based smart contracts which aim at removing the need for control measures to ensure trust. 
Can you trust a DAO that is completely autonomously operated? If not, can you trust the people who are operating it? How can a "trustless" technology like the blockchain bridge the gap between these 2 figures? How much agency should be given to a DAO? How to ensure that it does not take away human agency? 

Moderators
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Benjamin Tincq

OuiShare
French social entrepreneur and strategist focused on open source and decentralized technologies for new economies. Co-founder of OuiShare: a global network of projects and people exploring the edge and intersections of collaborative economies, emerging communities and digital transformations ; and POC21: a global community of eco-hackers developing open source solutions for sustainable living. Currently building a new-generation Investment Fund... Read More →

Speakers
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Clément Epié

Co-Founder, Cellabz
Clément Épié is Co-Founder @ Cellabz . | | He is working with scientific, civic and technological teams from universities, startups, maker-spaces and companies around the world, to build next generation R&D Labs. | | At Cellabz he is working at deploying modular, anti-disciplinary and distributed laboratories, by combining emerging technologies from robotics, space, energy, education, biotech, transportation, security... Read More →
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Primavera de Filippi

CNRS / Harvard / Backfeed
Primavera De Filippi is a postdoctoral researcher at the CERSA / CNRS / Université Paris II (Panthéon-Assas). She is currently a research fellow at the Berkman Center for Internet & Society at Harvard Law School, where she is investigating the legal challenges of “governance-by-design” in online distibuted architectures, such as Bitcoin, Ethereum etc. She is also a co-founder and Chief Alchemist at Backfeed, a... Read More →


Thursday May 19, 2016 4:00pm - 4:30pm
*Circus

4:15pm

Platforms for mobility: overcoming growing-pains
Last few years have seen the emergence of disruptive business models and services in the realm of mobility. Some of them have attracted a growing public and media attention. They sometimes spurred concern among regulators, legacy stakeholders and even consumers.
How do these platforms handle their exponential growth. How high is the sky they consider their only limit to growth? How much impact should we expect from such business models? What are the conditions to a balanced sharing of benefits between consumers, platforms, service providers and society?

Moderators
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Marie-Xavière Wauquiez

Mobility and Logistic Project Manager, Paris and Co
Fascinated by mobility issues , I started my career as an engineer in the field of air pollution. Two years ago, I developed an expertise in the taxi industry schemes facing the digital revolution. Nowadays, I am the project manager of an innovation program about sustainable urban logistics and mobility at Paris&Co, the Paris innovation agency.

Speakers
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Verena Butt d'Espous

Corporate Communications, BlaBlaCar
Passionate about social impact, Verena spent ten years working in sustainable finance before joining BlaBlaCar in 2014 as Corporate Communications. Verena holds an MBA from INSEAD and a BSc in Government and Economics from the London School of Economics. | BlaBlaCar is the world leading ride-sharing platform. It's a trusted community marketplace that connects car drivers with empty seats with passengers going the same way. Over 10 million... Read More →
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Paulin Dementhon

CEO and Founder, Drivy
Founded Drivy 5 year ago, and trying to turn it into the #1 solution to drive a car
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Teddy Pellerin

CEO, Heetch
After graduating from Supélec, Teddy started his career by working for several startups from the solar energy sector. In 2011, he joined a friend from Supélec in Morocco who has launched a local Groupon. For 2 years, they develop the company together, and early 2013, Teddy came back to Paris and started working on Heetch with one of his friends. | | Heetch is a mobile application that allows young people to move around at night... Read More →


Thursday May 19, 2016 4:15pm - 4:45pm
*Studio

4:30pm

Break
Thursday May 19, 2016 4:30pm - 5:00pm
Camp

4:30pm

Break
Thursday May 19, 2016 4:30pm - 5:00pm
Lab

4:30pm

Break
Thursday May 19, 2016 4:30pm - 5:00pm
*Circus

4:30pm

Break
Thursday May 19, 2016 4:30pm - 5:00pm
Floating Fest

4:30pm

Break
Thursday May 19, 2016 4:30pm - 5:00pm
Garage

4:30pm

Smart Money Maker - A Collaborative Card Game
** Come play at the tables in the Café, in the Hub **

Monopoly®, a game born in the old capitalist era, was based on the accumulation of money and goods. Since the economy rules have changed, Laurence Humier has designed Smart Money Maker to illustrate the fundamentals of the New Economy.

Means of Exchange (a network of alternative economy practitioners) and Laurence Humier are looking for 2 to 6 players, for each of our game sessions. The rules take 5 min to learn and will be explained at the start of the session.

Moderators
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Sally Brammall

Project Director, Means of Exchange
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Laurence Humier

Entrepreneur, designer, Laurence Humier
Laurence Humier is a Belgian architectural engineer by training. She works as a designer in Milan, providing services and products in the field of industrial design, communication, services, and education. She has created a card game, Smart Money Maker, to engage people in discussions about managing an online reputation, new models of income and saving money via the use of sharing platforms. She will be present at OuiShare together with Sally... Read More →

Thursday May 19, 2016 4:30pm - 5:15pm
The Hub

4:45pm

Break
Thursday May 19, 2016 4:45pm - 5:00pm
*Studio

5:00pm

Citizen driven health systems

In these session we would like to explore the new role of patients within the health experience design.

How to include patients into the process of building health services, devices and tools?

Which other agents need to get involve to transform the way we deal with illness and deseas?

 

Moderators
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Javier Creus

Founder, Ideas for Change
Javier Creus is the founder of Ideas for Change, a boutique consulting firm that designs high growth platform strategies for corporations, institutions and cities. .Javier is considered to be one of the primary strategists and thought leaders in collaborative economy, open and 2P business models, citizen innovation and the networked society in Spain. He has been a freelance strategic planner, co founder of Digital Mood incubator and @kubik... Read More →

Speakers
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Yvanie Caillé

founder, general director, Renaloo
I'm the founder and the Executive director of renaloo.com, a non profit organization which helps patients living with kidney disease, dialysis and transplant.
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Geraldine Gueron

Co-Founder, Researcher, Data Donors, IQUIBICEN CONICET
Geraldine Gueron is a cancer researcher. She earned her PhD degree at the School | of Sciences, University of Buenos Aires, Argentina. She is currently working in the  | field of molecular oncology. She has obtained several awards, of note the Prostate  | Cancer Foundation Young Investigator award, the Innovators under 35 MIT  | Technology Review Award and the gifted Citizen award for her DataDonors.org  | initiative... Read More →
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Giovanna Marsico

Founder, Director, Cancer Contribution
Health democracy, cancer advocacy, patients empowerment, health and digital literacy, share decision making. Italien living in Paris.


Thursday May 19, 2016 5:00pm - 5:45pm
*Studio

5:00pm

Adventurous Capital: Funding a Better World
Our world is increasingly facing complex challenges, from climate change to resource depletion to economic inequalities. Many talented entrepreneurs and changemakers are building solutions to tackle these wicked problems, but how can we make sure they get the necessary funds to scale their ideas? Can the current Venture Capital industry help them without compromising their mission ? Where are the most promising innovations in the investment sector that could help support an alternative, impact-driven tech ecosystem?

Moderators
avatar for Benjamin Tincq

Benjamin Tincq

OuiShare
French social entrepreneur and strategist focused on open source and decentralized technologies for new economies. Co-founder of OuiShare: a global network of projects and people exploring the edge and intersections of collaborative economies, emerging communities and digital transformations ; and POC21: a global community of eco-hackers developing open source solutions for sustainable living. Currently building a new-generation Investment Fund... Read More →

Speakers
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Willy Braun

Co-Founder, Daphni
Former general manager of france digitale, the French lobby of investors and digital startups. Author of internet marketing 2013. Loves ties, books and data
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Imandeep Kaur

Co - Founder / Director, Impact Hub Birmingham
Immy is a co-founder of Impact Hub Birmingham, a network of citizens, makers, doers, entrepreneurs, activists and dreamers committed to building a better Birmingham and better world. Powered by a 6,000 sq. ft. collaborative workshop in the heart of Birmingham, the Impact Hub is an engine for passion, learning and outcomes where together, the community work to build a better, more fair city.  Immy is Director of Project 00, [zero zero] is... Read More →
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Laurence Mehaignerie

Chairman, Citizen Capital
Laurence Méhaignerie is co-founder and Chairman of Citizen Capital, a leading | French private equity fund dedicated to using an impact-driven investment approach  | to deliver both social impact along with financial returns for investors and society-at- | large. Prior to this, Laurence had a key role since 2003 in promoting diversity in  | France : research fellow at the Institut Montaigne think tank, co-author of «... Read More →
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Armin Steuernagel

Founder, Rooted Internet and Purpose Foundation
Topics: Reinventing Ownership, Self-Management, Self-Ownership, New ways to finance start-ups. | | Bio: Serial-entrepreneur, and amongst others co-founder and CEO of Universnatur GmbH, Damia GmbH and Purpose Foundation. He founded his first business at the age of 16 – a mail order company for sustainable toys, which provides him with a basic income. Other companies try to get children exited about good food (Mogli, www.mogli.de) or give... Read More →


Thursday May 19, 2016 5:00pm - 5:45pm
*Circus

5:00pm

Common Room: Self-organize!

This space is free for all attendees to co-create, play and host spontanous session in. This is your common room where you can continue conversations, host impromtu workshops and expand the Fest program as you please!

Setup

The room holds 12 people max and is equipped with a basic workshop setup: table, chairs, a screen & cables to connect your laptop, post-its, markers & paper.

Room Rules

1. Welcome everyone

This is an open space for the Fest community. No private meetings! If you hold a session here, you agree to welcome anyone who walks in.

2. Communicate your session

To make sure others know what discussion is currently in session, before starting write the name of your session and what time you started on the flipchart outside the space entrance. Every new session should use a new blank page on the flipchart.

3. Be respectful

If others are waiting to use the room after you, please keep your sessions to 45 min. If no one seems to want the room, feel free to stay longer, but be mindful if new groups arrive.  

4. Be Creative & Share

These are the only rules for this space. Beyond that, you define what is possible - so have fun, experiment and document the outcomes for others to benefit from, if you can.


 

Thursday May 19, 2016 5:00pm - 6:30pm
Garage

5:00pm

How to get your organization prepared for the New Economy and Society to come?

Identifying where in your company elements of the old or the new economy prevail. Discussing advantages and disadvantages as well as risks and opportunities, transitions and paradigm shifts. 

The aim is to provide a practical workshop with a clear methodolody and goal that can be useful for each participant.


Faciliators
avatar for Alícia Trepat Pont

Alícia Trepat Pont

I'm passionate about working and collaborating with people from different cultures and backgrounds. That being said, I find many many topics highly interesting, so feel free to talk to me about anything, some examples: new economy, feminism, social entre /intrapreneurship, corporate social responsibility 3.0, marketing for good, employee engagement, human connection...and many more.
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Diego Isabel

DIRECTOR, GLOBAL HUB FOR THE COMMON GOOD
I strongly believe that people are who will change the world and that...., the time has come! | I like to define myself as a "changemaker" and a social entrepreneur. | I am the founder of the "Global Hub for the Common Good" a new, open and innovative "think ocean" aimed at promoting collaboration among people and organisations that work to co-create a new economy. | Would you like to participate in our Community? You are more than... Read More →
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Thomas Doennebrink

OuiShare Connector & Freelancer Collaborative Econ, OuiShare
OuiShare Connector Germany & Freelancer on the Collaborative Economy. Based in Berlin. Interested in the Collaborative Economy especially from the angle of how it can contribute leading towards a new, sustainable and human economy and society. (http://de.slideshare.net/doennebrink/2014-1020f-civic-economy-slideshare). Involved in the convergence of ideas, networks and movements to have an impact on changing the world for the better... Read More →


Thursday May 19, 2016 5:00pm - 6:30pm
Lab

5:00pm

The future of mobility in cities: shared, collaborative and driverless?
What would happen if cities were empty of cars? Or full of « shared cars »? There are already some attempts and projects in major european cities.What could be the consequences of such a situation? How would it look like? What would be desirable or worrying in such scenarios? How to make it happen?Please join us for this prospective workshop where you have the opportunity to draw some possible futures for mobility in cities, along with top experts and speakers from the Fest among participants. The results of this collective work will lead to a paper.

Moderators
avatar for Ghislain Delabie

Ghislain Delabie

Founder & CEO, C-Innovation
Ghislain Delabie (Telecom Bretagne, ESSEC MBA) is an expert in mobility services. His main interests and responsibilities include smart mobility, P2P networks and shared-mobility and autonomous vehicles. | | Previously in charge of several large-scale projects, from conception to roll-out : smart charging for EV car fleets, sharing and support services for EV corporate fleets, carsharing and ridesharing integrated services for a whole... Read More →
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Angelo Meuleman

Project Manager, Taxistop
President of the Sustainable Mobility Network and member of Flemish advisory board for Mobility.

Speakers
avatar for Verena Butt d'Espous

Verena Butt d'Espous

Corporate Communications, BlaBlaCar
Passionate about social impact, Verena spent ten years working in sustainable finance before joining BlaBlaCar in 2014 as Corporate Communications. Verena holds an MBA from INSEAD and a BSc in Government and Economics from the London School of Economics. | BlaBlaCar is the world leading ride-sharing platform. It's a trusted community marketplace that connects car drivers with empty seats with passengers going the same way. Over 10 million... Read More →
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Rahul Kumar

Senior Vice President, Transdev
With over 15 years’ experience in the industry, Rahul Kumar has served in positions on all sides of the table. As Director of Planning for Foothill Transit in Los Angeles, California, Mr. Kumar designed and implemented the Agency’s first Bus Rapid Transit service. While working with a small Southern Californian transit consulting firm, Mr. Kumar served as project manager for over 15 transit projects including designing transit center... Read More →
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Yann LERICHE

Group Chief Performance Officer, Transdev Group
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Yann Marteil

CEO, Via ID
Qui sommes-nous ? | | Via ID est un accélérateur de Business centré sur l’éco-mobilité, au cœur des enjeux écologiques et technologiques, fonctionnant en synergie avec Mobivia Groupe. | | | | Nous étudions tous les projets en lien avec les nouveaux usages de mobilité. Nous soutenons des entrepreneurs dans le développement de leur entreprise, nous investissons... Read More →
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Teddy Pellerin

CEO, Heetch
After graduating from Supélec, Teddy started his career by working for several startups from the solar energy sector. In 2011, he joined a friend from Supélec in Morocco who has launched a local Groupon. For 2 years, they develop the company together, and early 2013, Teddy came back to Paris and started working on Heetch with one of his friends. | | Heetch is a mobile application that allows young people to move around at night... Read More →


Thursday May 19, 2016 5:00pm - 6:30pm
Camp

5:00pm

Sharing about our next chapter
Where are we today with our personal lives?
What are the choices we made or didn't make to shift from the old story toward the new story? 
What brought clarity and well being into our daily lives?
Do our personal stories make the big story shift?

Let's take a time to speak about us, about you and me, about our experiences in the daily life and how we live, feel in our personal transition in this global chaos.


Faciliators
avatar for Etienne Hayem

Etienne Hayem

Connector, OuiShare
OuiShare Connector about the money topics since OuiShare's beginning. In 2013 I launched a B2B complementary currency project for the region with a Cooperative, the project didn't reach the needed funding through the dreamed crowdequity process. I left Paris to live in an open community in the south of France. After 11 month there and some disatisfaction, I left this community to live only with my beloved partner Julie. Together we created Power... Read More →
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Joe Ross

Chief Strategy Officer, Ideas on Stage
Author, Poet, and Social Strategy Designer, Joe Ross works in developing new thinking around economic and social issues often including the Arts as a transformational vehicle for positive change. Interested in Cultural event-creation and former marketing specialist at the John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts, in Washington, D.C.; he has served in the capacity of Chief of Policy and Senior Advisor to prominent institutions, foundations... Read More →


Thursday May 19, 2016 5:00pm - 6:30pm
Floating Fest

5:45pm

Learn from "Tech for Good" global programmes
Have you considered the impact of violence against women on business? Safety and wellbeing of women and girls is a key to peace-building efforts everywhere in the world. When violence against women stops, women can prosper and societies can flourish. In the UK alone it is estimated that the economy loses £15 billion annually due to gender-based violence, from start-ups to established corporations. This is why the Womanity Foundation is supporting collaborations that tackle the causes and effects of gender-based violence around the world. In 2016 its Womanity Award will invest in successful approaches that harness ICT and new media to prevent violence against women. This session will showcase 4 successful interventions that are being replicated and scaled up in different parts of the world, to positively influence and change attitudes and behaviours, and therefore catalyze social and economic progress. The audience will also be invited to learn from and contribute to the topic. Eventually, Yann Borgstedt, founder and president of the Womanity Foundation will announce the 2016 Womanity Award Winners, among the 4 teams on the panel.

Moderators
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Servane Mouazan

CEO, Ogunte CIC
Servane Mouazan has worked for 16 years as a conscious innovation entrepreneur, focusing on gender equality and women's empowerment. She founded Ogunte C.I.C, a certified B-Corp that helps create "a better world, powered by women". Ogunte has supported over 5000 women changemakers, developed the first incubator for women social entrepreneurs in the UK and run the International Women's Social Leadership Awards with over 130 finalists from 23... Read More →

Speakers
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Lulú Barrera

Broadcaster and Journalist, Luchadoras TV
Mexican journalist and cyber activist Lulú Barrera, is running Luchadoras and Rompeviento TV in Mexico. She fights for Equal Justice for Women. Lulu is a linguist by training, anthropologist because of life, and activist by decision. Luchadoras is a programme dedicated to the life of feminist activists, artists, academics, and journalists that give their life for the promotion and the defence of Women’s human rights
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Dr Anne DeMarle

Director, Emergent Media Center
Ann DeMarle is an expert in learning, games, and emergent technologies. An Apple Distinguished Educator and IBM Faculty Awardee, she became Champlain College’s first Perry Chair after designing its top ranked game degrees. Currently as Associate Dean, she directs the Emergent Media Center, its graduate programs, China partnership, and MakerLab. External project partnerships include: Ford, NEH, RWJ, Xerox, Grassroots... Read More →
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Daysi Flores

Honduras Country Coordinator, Just Associates MesoAmerica
Daysi Flores is Honduras Country Coordinator for Just Associates Network (JASS), which she joined in 2009. She has been a feminist since she was 15 years old, co-founded the Red de Mujeres Jóvenes de Honduras (Young Women’s Network of Honduras) in 1998, and now identifies as an eco-feminist. Daysi is proud member of Feminists in Resistance against the 2009 military coup d’état in Honduras. She is part of Las Petateras... Read More →
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Dr Nancy Glass

Founder, MyplanApp
Dr. Nancy Glass, Professor and Associate Dean of Research, Johns Hopkins School of Nursing, Professor, Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health, Department of International Health and Associate Director, Johns Hopkins Center for Global Health. Dr. Glass conducts multidisciplinary projects in partnership with local experts and communities across diverse global settings, including conflict and post-conflict countries (Somalia, DR Congo... Read More →
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Alex Hache

Project Coordinator, Tactical Tech Collective
At Tactical Tech, Alex coordinates the project "Securing Online and Offline Freedoms for Women: Expression, Privacy and Digital Inclusion." She is a sociologist and a researcher on ICT for the public good, and holds a PhD in social economy. For the last decade, she has been involved in the development of technological sovereignty initiatives for social and political transformation within... Read More →
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Francesco Kaburu

CISP protection program manager for Somalia, CISP
Francesco Njagi Kaburu, PHD on Human Rights Protection at the University of Catania (Italy), coordinates protection programs in Somalia and Kenya for the International Committee for the Development of People (CISP- www.cisp-ngo.org). The programs focus on the rights of women, boys and girls to be protected from grave human rights violations, including Gender Based Violence. Through... Read More →
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Jac Sm Kee

Women's rights coordinator, APC (Association for Progressive Communications )
Jac sm Kee is a feminist activist & writer. She is Manager of the Association for Progressive Communications Women’s Rights Programme. Her areas of focus include internet rights, sexuality, women’s rights, and the creative use of communications technologies for movement building. Jac co-founded the Take Back the Tech! collaborative global campaign on technology-related violence against women, and KRYSS, an organisation working... Read More →
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Katie Pelo

Business Development Coordinator, Grassroot Soccer
Katie first joined Grassroot Soccer in 2013 as a Business Development Intern in Cape Town, South Africa. She was so inspired by the passion of her colleagues and the mission of the organization that she extended her time with GRS in Cape Town until transitioning into her current role in New York at the beginning of 2015. She first heard about GRS from attending a speech given by Tommy Clark and felt so strongly about the organization that she... Read More →
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Antonella Notari Vischer

Director, The Womanity Foundation
After working for over 18 years with the International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC) as a field-based delegate and as the main spokesperson, Antonella Notari Vischer entered the microfinance sector as director of corporate communication at BlueOrchard in Geneva from early 2008 until November 2009. From January 2010, she has headed the Womanity Foundation. She also sits on the board of directors of “Geneve roule” and... Read More →


Thursday May 19, 2016 5:45pm - 6:30pm
*Studio

5:45pm

Platform Cooperatives and Beyond: The Future of Collaborative Governance?
Moderators
avatar for Marguerite Grandjean

Marguerite Grandjean

Connector, OuiShare
Marguerite is a futurist and director of studies for OuiShare, making sense of trends, experiments, and behaviors that are profoundly changing our economies and societies. Lately, she has been leading the "Governances" project at OuiShare, which looks at the creative ways in which startups from the collaborative economy associate their contributors to the decisions that impact them and share the value they generate. | As a futurist (yes... Read More →

Speakers
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Marc-David Choukroun

CEO, La Ruche Qui Dit Oui
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Yassir FICHTALI

Executive Committee, UP Group
Yassir Fichtali has joined the UP Group’s General Management in 2005 as R&D Manager and he has been Head of the Foundation until 2010. Today, he is Director of External Relations and a member of the Executive Board. | In the past, he was national president of France’s first student organization for 4 years and deputy mayor in charge of social issues and inclusion policies of a city of 50.000 citizens. In 2012, he co-founded a... Read More →
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Nathan Schneider

Writer, Activist, Platform Cooperativism
Nathan Schneider is a scholar-in-residence of media studies at the University of Colorado Boulder whose work revolves around economy, technology, and religion. In 2014, he co-organized “Platform Cooperativism,” a pioneering conference on democratic online platforms at the New School. His articles have appeared in publications including Vice, Harper’s, The Nation, YES!, The New York Times, and others. His most... Read More →


Thursday May 19, 2016 5:45pm - 6:30pm
*Circus
 
Friday, May 20
 

9:00am

Explore Paris / Work / or Sleep in !
Program starts at 14.00 today, doors open at 13.00! 
 

Friday May 20, 2016 9:00am - 1:00pm
*Circus

1:00pm

Mentor Session: Anja Adler
Limited Capacity full

Reserve 20 minutes of one-to-one mentoring with Anja Adler on:
  • Visioning/Dragon Dreaming;
  • Collective decision-making;
  • Facilitation.

**If you 'add' this session to your personal program, you are reserving a 20 minute slot. You can then select the precise time within this hour at the Info-Point in the Circus at the Fest.**

Featured Attendees
avatar for Anja Adler

Anja Adler

PhD Candidate, Freelancing Writer & Facilitator, Open State Berlin
Talk to me about: Facilitation, Political Participation, Liquid Democracy, Cultural History of Programming, Raft Building, Astrology, Dragon Dreaming, Yoga and hopefully many other things...


Friday May 20, 2016 1:00pm - 2:00pm
*Circus

1:00pm

Mentor Session: Caterina Rindi
Limited Capacity full

Reserve 20 minutes of one-to-one mentoring with Caterina Rindi on:
  • Bitcoin & Blockchains; 
  • Independent Micro-preneurship;
  • Social Media for self-promotion.
**If you 'add' this session to your personal program, you are reserving a 20 minute slot. You can then select the precise time within this hour at the Info-Point in the Circus at the Fest.**

Featured Attendees
avatar for Caterina Rindi

Caterina Rindi

Principal, Rindi Consulting
Caterina Rindi immersed herself in the Collaborative Economy in 2010 when she started a local food business in San Francisco based on sharing resources that already exist. She comes from a background in teaching and non-profits and has been building community in various forms for over 10 years. The overlap and foray into Bitcoin - and recognizing it as a potential p2p equalizer - began in late 2013. Now she's educating and introducing... Read More →


Friday May 20, 2016 1:00pm - 2:00pm
*Circus

1:00pm

Mentor Session: Juho Makkonen
Limited Capacity full

Reserve 20 minutes of one-to-one mentoring with Juho Makkonen on:
  • How to build a platform; 
  • How to grow a two-sided platform.

**If you 'add' this session to your personal program, you are reserving a 20 minute slot. You can then select the precise time within this hour at the Info-Point in the Circus at the Fest.**

 

Featured Attendees
avatar for Juho Makkonen

Juho Makkonen

CEO, Sharetribe
I've been building peer-to-peer marketplaces since 2008 and I'm passionate about the impact they have in empowering people in the collaborative economy. My company Sharetribe is focused on helping entrepreneurs in the collaborative economy to launch and manage their own peer-to-peer marketplace platforms.


Friday May 20, 2016 1:00pm - 2:00pm
*Circus

2:00pm

The City as an Individual Organism

This talk is about the city as a single organism.  

I'm the technology manager of an experimental micro-city called Arcosanti. It's a one-of-a-kind "urban laboratory" in the desert in Arizona. It's size, isolated location, founding philosophy, and commons infrastructure make it a perfect case-study to undersand the shifts that happen when the sharing economy reaches 80%+ of a population. 

We'll talk on how centralized "sharing economy" and social technologies can develop the city into a conscious being. What are the impliations for our life and work when we see the city as an extension of ourselves?  Come find out!


 


Speakers
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Rob Jameson

Co-founder + CEO, AnyShare
Rob is a design scientist concerned with the interconnecting needs and resources. | | He is the CEO and cofounder at AnyShare (anysha.re), the first completely cooperative business in US history. It lets anyone build a sharing website in under a minute | | He's also Technology Manger at Arcosanti (arcosanti.org), which is an experimental micro-city and urban laboratory in the desert in Arizona.


Friday May 20, 2016 2:00pm - 2:15pm
*Studio

2:00pm

We Share Loss: Community vs. Isolation in the Grieving Process
By Loss we mean the death of a loved one: someone or something important to you.In addition to being a person who passed away, a “loved one” might have been an animal companion, a thing (like a relationship, a job, or your health), or even something that only ever existed as a dream (for example, discovering that you’re infertile when you’ve always imagined you’d birth children naturally is an example of this kind of loss.)

Grieving a major loss, and coping with normal life after a great loss, often has an isolating effect. Sometimes we have the sense that no one can share what we are feeling. Sometimes we fear that to reveal our feelings is to spread negativity and "bring other people down." Sometimes we feel that the acceptable time for grieving has passed; that experiencing grief months or years after the loss is socially unacceptable. Sometimes we feel shame about what our particular style of grief looks like. There are many reasons for isolation.

Yet increasingly we are seeing interest around reclaiming longstanding rituals or creating new community structures to help us cope with loss.

In this conversation we'll explore our experiences of isolation vs. experiences of community within the grieving process. We hope that people will leave this circle empowered to acknowledge death and loss explicitly, in many arenas of "regular life" where it is currently taboo. 

Ultimately we hope that more open attitudes to grieving, loss and death in our society can lead to everyone leading a more peaceful, grounded life.

Faciliators
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Ariane Conrad

Owner, The Book Doula
Ariane Conrad (http://www.arianeconrad.com) is an editorial consultant, narrative strategist and ghostwriter known as The Book Doula. She partners with thoughtleaders and superheroes to produce non-fiction books for mainstream audiences about world-changing ideas and solutions. | She worked with American environmental advocate and civil rights activist Van Jones on two New York Times bestsellers: The Green Collar Economy (Harper One, 2008... Read More →
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Francesca Pick

OuiShare Fest Chair, OuiShare
Francesca is a project manager, writer and speaker interested in how tech can change business, society and human interaction. She has played an instrumental role in developing the OuiShare community globally and is chair of OuiShare Fest since 2014. When not working on OuiShare Fest, she helps teams working on meaningful projects increase their impact through collaboration and communication, and experiments with new forms of distributed... Read More →


Friday May 20, 2016 2:00pm - 2:45pm
Floating Fest

2:00pm

Refugee Higher Education: A University in Exile for the 21st Century?
The current refugee crisis is the largest since World War II. At that time, German and French academics established a University in Exile at the New School in New York to re-establish their research and teaching as a refugee academic network.

Now there are 100,000 Syrian students who can’t access university and 2,000 Syrian academics who have fled the country. But now have the technology to potentially create a fully functioning University in Exile. So what should one look like in the 21st century?

This ideation workshop will introduce the participants to the challenges of higher education in exile and seek to design a 21st century university in exile supported by peer-to-peer technology. What if we could use block chain for accreditation? How can MOOC technology and learnings to support continuation of learning at scale? Micro-learning to support those exiled and on the move? Open source content and materials to supplement and build new courses for those in exile in the future.

Read up on Jamiya's blog.



Speakers
avatar for Malaz Safarjalani

Malaz Safarjalani

Finance and Business Development, Jamiya
Development consultant, responsible for leading research, student outreach and financial planning in Jamiya Project. I've worked as a consultant and a researcher on recent EU projects related to higher education and the Syrian refugee crisis, including a study on creating a clearinghouse for investment in solutions for providing higher education to Syrian refugees. I recently worked on a documentary campaign ‘The Syrian Spillover&rsquo... Read More →

Faciliators
avatar for Ben Webster

Ben Webster

Founder, Jamiya
Founder of Jamiya, which to aims to provide accessible higher education opportunities for Syrian refugees by reconnecting the communities of displaced students and academics through online learning. Previously worked in Jordan for the International Organisation for Migration (IOM) on the Syria refugee crisis, a researcher on the UK Sharing Economy Review, the UK Foreign Office and Transparency International. Interested in peer-driven education... Read More →
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Elsa Abi-Khalil

Entrepreneur & Community Developer MENA, MAKESENSE
Passionate Community developer for MakeSense.org in Lebanon & coordinator for MENA. MakeSense is a Global French Social Enterprise based in Paris, to accelerate social business by helping existing social start-ups improve/ sustain their impact or by creating new social business ideas. -We endorse social entrepreneurs and they are individuals who launch a startup project to find solutions for society's most pressing needs. | - After launching... Read More →


Friday May 20, 2016 2:00pm - 3:00pm
Lab

2:00pm

What's the gold, after the rush? A co-creation between researchers and practitioners

What do you do, after a rush? You breathe. You’ll probably have a good look around you and reflect on what you were in a rush for.

Who were with you? Who are coming in now after the rush? And what natives where already at your destination?

During this years' OuiShare Fest we are able for the first time to look back thoroughly on the rush we’ve been in. We now know more about social impacts,  economic impacts and knowledge on environmental impacts. Just like after the gold rush we need to get settled in a sustainable way. We need to figure out how we can use what we know already to enable a society where people rush for a different kind of gold. We need to figure out what knowledge is still lacking. We need to define what policies and types of organizations are needed for co-creating a new golden standard.

Being both a researcher and an entrepreneur I have noticed the large gap between the academic world and 'the rest' of the world. Each time I'm working with academics I notice how greatly they can benefit from gathering experiences in 'the field.' Then again, people in 'the field' are often very interested in high quality research. 

The goal of this workshop, is to combine both worlds and to learn from one another, and inspire one another. We will create a joint playing ground where together we can go after the important question: What's the gold, after the gold rush?


 


Featured Attendees
avatar for Anja Adler

Anja Adler

PhD Candidate, Freelancing Writer & Facilitator, Open State Berlin
Talk to me about: Facilitation, Political Participation, Liquid Democracy, Cultural History of Programming, Raft Building, Astrology, Dragon Dreaming, Yoga and hopefully many other things...
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Fabien Durif

Professor, School of Management Sciences, University of Quebec at Montreal
Professeur agrégé à l'École des sciences de la gestion de l'Université du Québec à Montréal, je suis directeur de l'Observatoire de la consommation responsable (OCR). L’OCR est un observatoire inter universitaire composé d'une dizaine chercheurs du Québec et de la France regroupant une expertise multiple appliquée au champ de la consommation responsable. Sa... Read More →
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Mayo Fuster Morell

Dimmons (Internet Interdisciplinary Institute de la Universitat Oberta de Catalunya), BarCola & Dimmons.net
Mayo Fuster Morell directs Dimmons action research group on collaborative economy at the Internet Interdisciplinary Institute of the Open University of Catalonia. Additionally, she is faculty affiliated at the Berkman Center for Internet and Society at Harvard University, and at Institute of Govern and Public Policies at Autonomous University of Barcelona (IGOPnet.cc). She is the principal investigator at IGOPnet.cc for the European project... Read More →

Faciliators
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Elena Denaro

PhD Student, LSE, OuiShare
I am doing my PhD on the imaginaries of a collaborative economy and society, through an ethnographic case study of OuiShare. For that I'm immersing myself in the OuiShare world with many projects, including acting as Programme Coordinator for OuiShare Fest Paris 2016. | | Talk to me about critical perspectives, anything around collaborative & distributed work, what you think of the collaborative economy, what your visions for the world... Read More →
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Hugo Guyader

Doctoral Candidate, Linköping University
I am a French expat living in Sweden since 2010. I have always been interested in P2P exchange and particularly how it challenges traditional modes of consumption. I am now conducting research with the collaborative consumption movement at the back of my head... | I am a doctoral candidate in Marketing at Linköping University where I focus on the consumer adoption of Green Services and Access-Based Services, using case studies from the... Read More →
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Pieter van de Glind

co-founder, shareNL
Pieter van de Glind is a co-founder of shareNL, the Dutch knowledge and networking platform for the sharing and collaborative economy. Together with co-founder Harmen van Sprang and his team, Pieter works with startups, corporations, cities, governments and knowledge institutions in The Netherlands and abroad. All with the objective to further develop the collaborative economy.


Friday May 20, 2016 2:00pm - 3:30pm
Camp

2:00pm

How do we shift negotiation towards collaboration?
Attendees will build and share models and stories about good and bad collaboration patterns. Attendees will come out with recommendations on how to drive negotiation to foster healthy collaborations.

Faciliators
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Jacopo Romei

Member, Cocoon Projects
I help organisations improve their value stream. Lean, negotiation, governance. Cocoon Projects member. Author of a couple of nerd books and one about contracts. I love doing a cappella music, photo, gliding, sailing, travelling far.


Friday May 20, 2016 2:00pm - 3:30pm
Garage

2:00pm

"The Documentation Tree" - 3 day permanent workshop
The Gold rush is over. What's left? The seeds we have planted: the projects, the processes and the things we have documented. Documentation has always been an important challenge for creative communities.

Let's share our methods and processes of documentation with a "Tree of Documentation"! Join our permanent 3-day workshop, to help us create one of the worlds largest libraries dedicated to free and open source documentation and read, edit, copy, add, fork, modify...  

Friday May 20, 2016 2:00pm - 7:30pm
Playground

2:00pm

Connect & Explore
Come here to connect with startups, companies as well as local and global initiatives. In this space you will find:

1. OuiShare Fest Info point

2. Food point, cafe & lounge

4. Meet OuiShare desk

5. Partners spaces
  • Castorama: one of the leading home improvement brands in Europe, with more than 45 years of experience in the field.
  • Mangopay: a payment solution dedicated to marketplaces.
  • Groupe Up: built on a cooperative foundation, Up group is one a major companies in the Social and Solidarity Economy (SSE), that has various a forward-looking sector that combines modernity, innovation and sustainable development.
6. Communities & Networks 'From the Edge'
  • B-lab (Bcorp): a nonprofit organization that serves a global movement of people using business as a force for good
  • Enspiral: a virtual and physical network of companies and professionals working together to create a thriving society.
  • P2P Foundation: The P2P Foundation is an international organization focused on studying, researching, documenting and promoting peer to peer practices in a very broad sense. 
  • Without Model: a think tank dedicated to foster open, collaborative and responsible business models
  • ShareNL: the Dutch knowledge and networking platform for the collaborative economy, working with startups, corporations, cities, governments and knowledge institutions in the Netherlands and around the world. Furthermore, they are also the initiator of 'Amsterdam Sharing City' and they recently published a book called 'Share', about the opportunities and challenges of the collaborative economy.
  • Global Hub for the Common Good: A Think Ocean of the New Economy: from the people for the people. We are a group of people and organisations co-creating a new political, economic and social system aimed at the common good. Fancy joining us? 
  • Girls in Tech: a global non-profit focused on the engagement, education and empowerment of girls and women who are passionate about technology
  • The People Who Share is a social enterprise helps that people and companies discover the Sharing Economy with the mission to mainstream the Sharing Economy worldwide!  
  • SWITCH: a collective empowering people to redesign their worklife. We provide a large range of experiences to invent the futur of work: education programs, community building, events, contents and services.
  • Mangrove: Mangrove is a community of professional emancipation led by values such as transparency and kindliness. It is organised in a decentralized manner thanks to technological tools allowing members to be efficient on a wide scale.
  • Co-recyclage: a gift platform for used objects
  • Collectif BAM: a collective of designers that work with public and private actors using collaborative and digital practices.

Friday May 20, 2016 2:00pm - 9:00pm
The Hub

2:15pm

Upgrading the Human OS

Moore’s law says that the computational power of machines doubles every 18 months. As a consequence, change becomes the only constant. We live in a world of constant hacking, rewiring and upgrading of various systems around us. Same goes for the human OS. Programmed early in our development by powerful forces such as culture, religion and family, this system, more than any other, requires a continuous upgrade to reflect who we are, what we want to become and where we are heading. Come join us for this powerful and insightful session as we learn how to hack, rewire and upgrade the ultimate supercomputer between your ears - your mind.

Speakers
avatar for Patrycja  Slawuta

Patrycja Slawuta

Founder, SelfHackathon
Patrycja Slawuta, M.A Psych, PhD(c); is a bi-coastal (SF + NYC) researcher and entrepreneur. A native of Poland, Patrycja is a connoisseur of the complexity and nonlinearity of human nature. | | Her scientific research addresses the emotions of shame and guilt, group dynamics and and the power of language. Patrycja has presented her work at numerous international conferences and published in various scientific journals. | | Patrycja is also... Read More →


Friday May 20, 2016 2:15pm - 2:30pm
*Studio

2:15pm

The Dispensables: Automation, Romance, and the Future of Work
Tim, the acclaimed author of "The Business Romantic" a revolutionary book that brought new attention to the emotional and social aspects of business will share with the audience his take on the future ok work


Speakers
avatar for Tim Leberecht

Tim Leberecht

Founder, The Business Romantic Society
Tim Leberecht is the founder of The Business Romantic Society and the author of the book The Business Romantic (HarperCollins, 2015). Previously, he was the chief marketing officer of NBBJ, a global design and architecture firm that helps organizations such as Amazon, the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, Boeing, Google, Samsung, Starbucks, and Tencent create meaningful experiences. From 2006-2013 he was the chief marketing... Read More →


Friday May 20, 2016 2:15pm - 2:30pm
*Circus

2:30pm

The Experience of Learning

Education is one of the world's most serious challenges. When compared, contents, classrooms and the hole educational system don't look much different from 70 years ago.
In this talk, we're going to discuss learning processes and how to put in practice Experience Learning, a methodology based on four pillars: content, form, structure and emotion.
Learning comes hand in hand with transformation, and we want to help transform the world in a more creative, subversive, sensitive and generous place through education.


Speakers
avatar for Jean Philippe Rosier

Jean Philippe Rosier

Partner, Perestroika
Teacher, speaker and consultant // Perestroika's partner in Rio de Janeiro and 4 other units in Brazil // PTTOW! member, an invite-only network and summit that brings together leaders, from the world's most innovative companies, along with cultural icons // KaosPilot graduated in "how to create learning spaces" // Facilitator of creative processes for international clients such as Red Bull and Olympic Committee Rio 2016


Friday May 20, 2016 2:30pm - 2:45pm
*Studio

2:30pm

Challenging our Traditional Beliefs about Business and Work
The words of business adn work is at a pivotal moment of change: we finally uderstand that post-industrial work IS interaction. The relational view is a new conceptualization of work, and is opening up new opportunities: it is time to change the focus from creating jobs to creating customers — in new, innovative and interactive ways.

To quote Max Planck: “If you change the way you look at things, the things that you look at change.”

We need to challenge our beliefs in work and business.
 

Speakers
avatar for Esko Kilpi

Esko Kilpi

Founder, Esko Kilpi Company
Esko Kilpi Company consists of a group of researchers and strategists. We lay the intellectual foundations of Post-Industrial Work. We help organization and individuals to develop capabilities, innovate and grow in the new technological and societal landscape characterised by algorithms, platforms and human interaction.


Friday May 20, 2016 2:30pm - 2:45pm
*Circus

2:45pm

Being a feminist in the arab world today
Speakers
avatar for Asmaa Guedira

Asmaa Guedira

Connector, OuiShare - Womanity
I am passionate about social innovation, and very interested in the impact of collaboration enabled by digital technology in creative and innovative communities that emerge in society, and their impact on organizations as well as gender structures. I am Moroccan and lived in Rabat, Paris, New York and Istanbul during 10 years, before becoming a nomad, living and working around the world, with a major focus in Middle East and North Africa region... Read More →
avatar for Aurélie SALVAIRE

Aurélie SALVAIRE

Founder, Shiftbalance
Gender activist. Storytelling coach. Events curator. | | I love to help people find their WHY, get to this aha moment where they realize why they do what they do. | I enjoy traveling, especially in the Middle East and I am passionate about changing the narrative and challenging common stereotypes.


Friday May 20, 2016 2:45pm - 3:30pm
Lab

2:45pm

Building Individual Capabilities for the Networked Era
We live in a time where nearly everybody has access to nearly all the information and traditional academies seem not being able to cope with complex environments we live: traditional curricula have lost most of their meaning.
New, experimental forms of educations are emerging giving new opportunities to the younger and also to those that are able to re-think themselves. What capabilities should be educated for now? How can we build our life long skills? What traits should companies look for in young leaders? Do these leaders still find interest in working in complex organizations?

Moderators
avatar for David Weingartner

David Weingartner

Connector, OuiShare
With a background in international business, David joined the OuiShare community through researching the social and environmental impacts of collaborative consumption and the implicated transformation process that affects traditional business models. Today, as a designer, facilitator and consultant David helps organisations through various formats to increase resilience and build a more human economy.

Speakers
avatar for Ramin Farhangi

Ramin Farhangi

Founder and staff member, Ecole Dynamique
I founded a demoratic school, freed from curricula, timetables and age groups.
avatar for Jeremy Lamri

Jeremy Lamri

CEO, Monkey tie
Jeremy Lamri is the founder and CEO of Monkey tie, the online French leader in affinity recruitment and career development. He also cofounded the HR Lab, the French association for promoting innovation in HR. Based in Paris, Jeremy also teaches human resources for the digital age and leadership development programs, and he is a speaker for corporates on the future of work and HR. | Jeremy has almost 10 years of experience in industrial... Read More →
avatar for Patrycja  Slawuta

Patrycja Slawuta

Founder, SelfHackathon
Patrycja Slawuta, M.A Psych, PhD(c); is a bi-coastal (SF + NYC) researcher and entrepreneur. A native of Poland, Patrycja is a connoisseur of the complexity and nonlinearity of human nature. | | Her scientific research addresses the emotions of shame and guilt, group dynamics and and the power of language. Patrycja has presented her work at numerous international conferences and published in various scientific journals. | | Patrycja is also... Read More →


Friday May 20, 2016 2:45pm - 3:30pm
*Studio

2:45pm

The Collaborative Society: An Individual Transformation?
In the middle of a frantic and exciting Fest, join us in a space dedicated to questioning and highlighting the individual & interpersonal behaviors that enable, or hinder, the development of an authentic collaborative society. This workshop will be built on your and the other participants’ experience, through story-telling and co-creation.

Faciliators
avatar for Marie-Anne Bernasconi

Marie-Anne Bernasconi

Facilitator, OuiShare
OUISHARE, CONNECTOR NICE
avatar for Maud Richet

Maud Richet

Consultant & Facilitator, OuiShare - Freelance
I'm passionate about new ways to get people and organisations together, to work, create all kind of values, and live better lives. I love to see collective intelligence at work, and curious also about how personal transformation and collective transition go hand in hand.


Friday May 20, 2016 2:45pm - 3:30pm
Floating Fest

2:45pm

Ready to Work in the Post-Industrial Era?
This panel will host a debate about creating meaningful and inclusive work in the post-industrial age: what is work becoming? How is the new culture of work we need to build? What is the role of interaction, relationship and purpose?

Moderators
avatar for Arthur de Grave

Arthur de Grave

Editor & Connector, Ouishare
OUISHARE, REDACTEUR EN CHEF

Speakers
avatar for Esko Kilpi

Esko Kilpi

Founder, Esko Kilpi Company
Esko Kilpi Company consists of a group of researchers and strategists. We lay the intellectual foundations of Post-Industrial Work. We help organization and individuals to develop capabilities, innovate and grow in the new technological and societal landscape characterised by algorithms, platforms and human interaction.
avatar for Tim Leberecht

Tim Leberecht

Founder, The Business Romantic Society
Tim Leberecht is the founder of The Business Romantic Society and the author of the book The Business Romantic (HarperCollins, 2015). Previously, he was the chief marketing officer of NBBJ, a global design and architecture firm that helps organizations such as Amazon, the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, Boeing, Google, Samsung, Starbucks, and Tencent create meaningful experiences. From 2006-2013 he was the chief marketing... Read More →
avatar for Nilofer Merchant

Nilofer Merchant

Author, The Social Era, Harvard Business Review
Nilofer Merchant has gone from admin to CEO to Corporate Director of a NASDAQtraded company along her 20-year career. She is called the "Jane Bond of Innovation". Besides being a notable TED2013 speaker, her latest book, 11 Rules for Creating Value in the #SocialEra, published by Harvard Business Review Press, was named by Fast Company as a 2012 Best Business Book.


Friday May 20, 2016 2:45pm - 3:30pm
*Circus

3:00pm

POC21 Film Projection
In the lounge!

Friday May 20, 2016 3:00pm - 4:00pm
The Hub

3:30pm

Break
Friday May 20, 2016 3:30pm - 4:00pm
Camp

3:30pm

Break
Friday May 20, 2016 3:30pm - 4:00pm
*Circus

3:30pm

Break
Friday May 20, 2016 3:30pm - 4:00pm
Floating Fest

3:30pm

Break
Friday May 20, 2016 3:30pm - 4:00pm
Camp

3:30pm

Break
Friday May 20, 2016 3:30pm - 4:00pm
Lab

3:30pm

Break
Friday May 20, 2016 3:30pm - 4:00pm
Garage

3:30pm

Break
Friday May 20, 2016 3:30pm - 4:00pm
*Studio

3:30pm

Blockchain building blocks: blockchain explained with a card deck
This is a workshop that presents a card deck developed to explain blockchain in an easy way.

Friday May 20, 2016 3:30pm - 4:15pm
Garage

3:30pm

MeetUp: OuiShare Village - boots on the ground

**Meet at "FROM THE EDGES" meeting-point (by the Communities & Networks Stand)**

Do you also share this observation or is it just a wishful thinking. OuiShare like many other groups, networks and movements are becoming each time more and more holistic: not just concerning the topics we deal with and increasing try to bring together and converge but also the lifestyles and things we want to implement in everyday life. After events - like OuiShare drinks - we talk together (level1) or confestivals - like OuiShareFest - we experience together (level2) and innovation camps - like POC21 - where we cocreate together (level3) - what's next?

When we did a vision session @OuiShareSummit#8 in Badajoz all three groups came up independently - whith a similiar scenario: A physical space or decentralized interconnected living spaces where tribes or groups of people come together and create more holistic coliving, coworking environments/ecosystems around physical spaces (building(s) and/or land) that mimik the economy/society of the future - or at least as we envision and want it.

If this resonantes with your own observacions - or just your wish or dream - join us for this meetup and let's share. Another world is possible, it already exists in many niches. In which one do you want to live? Let's create them (level4). 

 


Faciliators
avatar for Thomas Doennebrink

Thomas Doennebrink

OuiShare Connector & Freelancer Collaborative Econ, OuiShare
OuiShare Connector Germany & Freelancer on the Collaborative Economy. Based in Berlin. Interested in the Collaborative Economy especially from the angle of how it can contribute leading towards a new, sustainable and human economy and society. (http://de.slideshare.net/doennebrink/2014-1020f-civic-economy-slideshare). Involved in the convergence of ideas, networks and movements to have an impact on changing the world for the better... Read More →


Friday May 20, 2016 3:30pm - 4:30pm
The Hub

4:00pm

Planetary Initiation

We can look at the ecological crisis as an initiation for humanity as a whole, impelling us to reach a new level of consciousness as a species. This metamorphosis is also in alignment with many prophecies of indigenous people about our time. We have the opportunity to use our technologies and social technologies to bring about a conscious evolution, transitioning from competition and aggression to cooperation and symbiosis as our paradigm.


Speakers
avatar for Daniel  Pinchbeck

Daniel Pinchbeck

Author, Author
Daniel Pinchbeck is the bestselling author of Breaking Open the Head, 2012: The  | Return of Quetzalcoatl, and Notes from the Edge Times. His new book, How Soon Is  | Now?, will be published by Watkins Books in February 2017. Pinchbeck's work has  | helped to catalyze a resurgence of interest in shamanic practices, consciousness  | research, and occult philosophy. His next book looks at the ecological crisis as a ... Read More →


Friday May 20, 2016 4:00pm - 4:15pm
*Circus

4:00pm

Why happiness should be your business model
There’s a new breed of entrepreneur looking to realise their dreams – startup founders that place happiness before profits. The future belong to organisations with a clear purpose, that want to make a positive dent in the world.

Speakers
avatar for Laurence McCahill

Laurence McCahill

Co-founder, The Happy Startup School
A recovering digital agency founder, Laurence co-founded The Happy Startup School as a backlash against the prevailing startup culture of high growth and fast exits. In less than 3 years this has grown into a 100,000 strong grass roots movement. | | If you're interested in purposeful entrepreneurship, happiness, startups, building communities, or anything in between, come and say hi :)


Friday May 20, 2016 4:00pm - 4:15pm
*Studio

4:00pm

What are you truly fed up with? A transformational playshop
Let’s play seriously and responsibly during this playshop that will look into what you are fed up with in society and education through the media of social presencing theater.

The aim of the playshop is to be creative and transformational. Together, we consider and physically experience current societal and educational « blocks ». We also embody how to respond to this current climate from a deep place that connects us to the emerging future rather than reacting against the pattern of the past.
It is an invite to an evolution from the place where the significant can be seen.Who is in ?

Faciliators
avatar for Angelique Miralles

Angelique Miralles

Directrice, CM Management International Ltd
I have just come back from the Philippines where I spent a few months to have a different life experience. Tired of performance, productivity, faster and more, I decided to gift myself with this first hand adventure. Travel and live like locals is one of my favourites. Life here is simple and authentic, people are warm and smiling! Some of my values are freedom, simplicity and authenticity and I find them a lot in this environment. At last... Read More →


Friday May 20, 2016 4:00pm - 5:00pm
Lab

4:00pm

Common Room: Self-organize!

This space is free for all attendees to co-create, play and host spontanous session in. This is your common room where you can continue conversations, host impromtu workshops and expand the Fest program as you please!

Setup

The room holds 12 people max and is equipped with a basic workshop setup: table, chairs, a screen & cables to connect your laptop, post-its, markers & paper.

Room Rules

1. Welcome everyone

This is an open space for the Fest community. No private meetings! If you hold a session here, you agree to welcome anyone who walks in.

2. Communicate your session

To make sure others know what discussion is currently in session, before starting write the name of your session and what time you started on the flipchart outside the space entrance. Every new session should use a new blank page on the flipchart.

3. Be respectful

If others are waiting to use the room after you, please keep your sessions to 45 min. If no one seems to want the room, feel free to stay longer, but be mindful if new groups arrive.  

4. Be Creative & Share

These are the only rules for this space. Beyond that, you define what is possible - so have fun, experiment and document the outcomes for others to benefit from, if you can.


 

Friday May 20, 2016 4:00pm - 5:30pm
Garage

4:00pm

Conflicts and Collaboration

A storytelling workshop on tensions and emotions in self-organized work.

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From school on we learn that conflict is bad. We are trained to avoid difficult conversations. In organizational life this translates into a pervasive culture of not telling each other what we really think. The problem is that collaborative and creative work depends on perspectives smashing into each other. How can we get comfortable with real conflicts and overcome “organizational defensiveness” (Chris Argyris)? In this workshop we will jointly elicit candid stories of enthusiasm, anxiety, trust and intimidation. A touching learning journey.


Faciliators
avatar for Bernhard Resch

Bernhard Resch

Research Assistant, University of St. Gallen
During several years in public broadcasting, lobbying and event-management, I’ve been confronted with countless awkward episodes of hierarchical management. Well...now I'm a PhD researcher in politics and organization interested in practices of self-organized work - collaborating without a caste of managers. My aim is to learn and research between practice and desk. My phantasy: helping to develop new decentralized and democratic models... Read More →
avatar for Bilal Ghalib

Bilal Ghalib

Channeller, GEMSI, Nuries,
Unlocking new horizons. Culture change. Beauty. Creativity. Why innovate? What is progress? Activism? The good life.


Friday May 20, 2016 4:00pm - 5:30pm
Floating Fest

4:00pm

Freelancers: Reclaiming new Labour Landscapes
Faciliators
avatar for Sarah de Heusch

Sarah de Heusch

project officer, SMart
I work for SMart a social enterprise that supports freelancers in the development of their activities. We are in the exciting process of becoming a cooperative. My role is to build partnerships with research centers and other organizations that share our concerns. From creative industries to mobility of artists , I'm currently working on the issue of labour market evolutions and an adapted social protection (especially for freelancers).


Friday May 20, 2016 4:00pm - 5:30pm
Camp

4:15pm

'Poiesis' or How to sabotage global transformation

I run a little thought game on how life-making is connected to androgyny or anything “in between.”
It's about the "i" in poiesis; and how to go beyond being a provocateur and instead making the provocative the normal. 

But while we try so passionately to create something new, what are our hidden patterns that perpetuate the old?
How much neoliberal residue do we all carry? 
What kind of thinking and doing required to really transition? 

Some clues lie in the way we tell stories to ourselves and others;
in our symbols;
in the way we set goals;
in the way we use language.

This session is a philosophical mindbend I havn't shared before. It has been shaped by countless playshops; and informed by the hard labour of threading a provocative PhD through an orthodox system.  

So basically, with all that, we cover the ego, the others, the in-between, and the ether. Oha.

PS: On the sidelines of the event, I'll be my alter ego - Dr Divine - offering the occasional divination. You’ll recognise us by the hawker tray. Come play! 


Speakers
avatar for Ele Jansen

Ele Jansen

Dottoressa, Learn Do Share
I’m a trying culture hacker, exploreress, younger sister, North European, ethnographer, sharer, midnight doodler, free dancer, and sound addict. I help putting humanity back into business by remixing storytelling, field trips, free play, live action role play, and peer technologies with meaningful collaboration methods. My tools are connection, intuition, and critical systems thinking. On my mind are poiesis, nature, and androgyny. | | I... Read More →


Friday May 20, 2016 4:15pm - 4:30pm
*Circus

4:15pm

Flat or Hierarchical Organisations? Breaking the binary with Buffer & AccorHotels
How can we enable cultural transformation within companies in ways that empower employee intraprenuership and engagement in all levels of business and strategic decision-making? Where do we still need hierarchies? What should be decentralised can the blockchain really help with this? What should be monitored? Where should the line between monitorring, evaluation and freedom? 

We will explore these questions through the lens of the strategies and goals of Buffer and AccorHotels.

Moderators
avatar for Antonin Léonard

Antonin Léonard

Co-fondateur, OuiShare
Antonin is OuiShare Co-Founder & Global Connector. Back in 2010, he created a blog about collaborative consumption, which helped spark the sharing movement in France. This blog adventure layed the foundation of OuiShare, with which he is strving to build a global organization with significant, tangible social impact at a very local level. He researches, consults, speaks and teaches about P2P alternatives and the power of... Read More →

Speakers
avatar for Arantxa Balson

Arantxa Balson

Chief Talent & Culture Officer, AccorHotels
| Arantxa Balson is Spanish and 50 years old. She has a degree in Educational Psychology from the Universidad  | de Comillas and an MBA from ICADE’s School of Management and Economic Sciences in Madrid. She also  | has a postgraduate diploma in Human Resources Management and Social Relations from Université Paris IX  | Dauphine. | Arantxa Balson started her career in 1994 at France Télécom where she was... Read More →
avatar for Rodolphe Dutel

Rodolphe Dutel

Operations, Buffer.com
Rodolphe works on Buffer's Operations: He thinks through how to organize Buffer as it grows beyond 100 team members working remotely together. He's also the founder of Remotive.io.


Friday May 20, 2016 4:15pm - 4:45pm
*Studio

4:30pm

Living your full potential through co-creation | Dragon Dreaming
Angel will share the culture of personal growth while sharing the co-creative project-design method of Dragon Dreaming, a methodology that synergistically implements ancient wisdom with modern project-development. He will dive into the question: 
"How can we create a culture that instills a hunger for learning into each individual and what attitude, communication, and community must we nurture so that we can establish projects that inspire and equip each individual on their personal-growth journey, resulting in a peaceful society?"
You will gain a sense of your own personal growth, how to build relationships that nurture that growth, and how communities can be formed so that everyone can support each other in reaching their individual dreams and start to live their full potential.

Speakers
avatar for Angel Hernandez

Angel Hernandez

Facilitator & Entrepreneur, Dragon Dreaming Institute
Angel is based in Berlin and he works in the field of social innovation, supporting teams to design sustainable, and profitable, projects that serve to improve people's lives and society as a whole. As co-founder of the international Dragon Dreaming platform, Angel has trained trainers around the world. To establish this co-creative project-design methodology in the entrepreneurial context he has founded the Dragon Dreaming Insitute... Read More →


Friday May 20, 2016 4:30pm - 4:45pm
*Circus

4:45pm

(Digital) Networks for Accelerated Learning

Networks seem to have a magical power to attract people who is willing to contribute with her time, knowledge and sometimes even with money.
This magical power is very related with the opportunity of learning that those networks offer to their contributors.
In this session we are going to explore how this informal learning process takes place on those networks and why is so powerful.



Moderators
avatar for Ana Manzanedo

Ana Manzanedo

Conectora Comunidad y Gobernanza Ouishare, Ouishare

Speakers
avatar for Felipe Anghinoni

Felipe Anghinoni

Director of Whatever, Perestroika
Co-founder at Perestroika. // Educator, teacher and speaker. // Elected one of Brazil's 50 most innovative marketing professionals. // Authoral background: musician, screenwriter, actor, blogger and comedian. // Fields of study: entrepreneurship, creativity, education and comedy.
avatar for Gina Rembe

Gina Rembe

Social Lab Leader, Network Catalyst, LifehackHQ, Enspiral
Gina left the bright lights of London and the world of commercial strategy consulting for the windy shores of Wellington. She currently leads Lifehack, an social initiative seeking to improve youth wellbeing in New Zealand and is also an active member of Enspiral. Last year, she was one of three catalysts who explored the role of leadership in non-hierarchical systems. She originally hails from Berlin, and loves a good slice of cake. She's been... Read More →
avatar for Stelio Verzera

Stelio Verzera

Professional Troublemaker, Cocoon Projects
| Curious wanderer. Fond of the ocean, lean thinking and open collaboration. | In 2011 I've founded Cocoon Projects and designed LiquidO (www.liquidorganisation.info). | Since then I've been travelling around the world to understand what I've done. | | https://about.me/stelioverzera


Friday May 20, 2016 4:45pm - 5:30pm
*Circus

4:45pm

The Crowdfunding Challenge: Funding our way to better, purposeful work
An Expert session for everyone that wants to consider crowd-based funding strategies (from equity to perks) to finance meaningful work: we'll help you navigate the possibility (and the challenges) that Crowdfunding now offers to people that want to make possible to work on what motivates them more. 

Meet five international experts, learn and create relationships with them and set the basis for your next project!


Moderators
avatar for Martijn Arets

Martijn Arets

expedition leader, Crowd Expedition
Exploring the collaborative economy searching for the true (added) value and potential. Searching for answers on questions: what IS new, what has to happen to make this a sustainable model for the future, how to connect old and new. Doing this by interviewing/talking to 150 entrepreneurs and experts each year. Asks the questions nobody asks. Sharing my stories and thought on video and blogs. Cheers!

Speakers
avatar for Teo Benjamin

Teo Benjamin

Freelance, Teo Ferraz Benjamin
After finding a passion for social entrepreneurship, Téo Benjamin spent the last years working in crowdfunding, crowdsourcing and free culture projects. In 2014, spoke at the OuiShare Fest about collaborative cities and has been learning how to create more direct, human and transparent processes in the economic environment.
avatar for Jean-Michel Pailhon

Jean-Michel Pailhon

Strategic advisor, Financial + Technology
> Financier pushing further the boundaries in the financial & technology sector | > Looking forward to partnering with like-minded entrepreneurs, FinServ senior executives and investors
avatar for Jeremy Vachet

Jeremy Vachet

Researcher, University of Leeds
avatar for Daan Weddepohl

Daan Weddepohl

CEO, Peerby
I love technology and I love people. I find it amazing that that i’m able to use technology to bring people together. Peerby gives people an excuse to ring their neighbours doorbell and help each other out; Two strangers meeting for the very first time. It’s how human relationships begin.


Friday May 20, 2016 4:45pm - 5:30pm
*Studio

5:30pm

Break
Friday May 20, 2016 5:30pm - 6:00pm
*Studio

5:30pm

Break
Friday May 20, 2016 5:30pm - 6:00pm
Camp

5:30pm

Break
Friday May 20, 2016 5:30pm - 6:00pm
*Circus

5:30pm

Break
Friday May 20, 2016 5:30pm - 6:00pm
Lab

5:30pm

Break
Friday May 20, 2016 5:30pm - 6:00pm
Garage

5:30pm

Break
Friday May 20, 2016 5:30pm - 6:00pm
Floating Fest

6:00pm

How to cut your pollution while growing economy, nature & society
We are bombarded with messages that we have to save the world. That climate change and inequality will tear our society apart. And it is true that we are creating waste much faster than we can treat or regenerate it.

So what options do we have to solve these problems that seem so complex to untangle?

In this talk we'll explore how the world of eco-design can have a far bigger impact in regenerating our planet and society, as well as be a strenght for businesses when combined with the open source philosophies developed in the Internet world.

Speakers
avatar for Jaime Arredondo

Jaime Arredondo

Founder, OSlantis / Open Source Circular Economy Days
Jaime is one of the cofounders of OSlantis, a platform to crowdfund Open Source Challenges and accelerate the change towards Open and Positive Innovation. | He searches ways to bridge the gap between a Scarcity Economy and an Abundant one, and helps companies and communities to find a sustainable way of moving forward by embracing Open Source.


Friday May 20, 2016 6:00pm - 6:15pm
*Studio

6:00pm

Workable Futures: Surviving and Thriving in the Post-Institutional Landscape
What does "work" look like in the hyper-connected landscape that's quickly emerging around us? This session tackles some of the fundamental shifts that are transforming the way we collaborate, coordinate and co-create value in the post-institutional economy, with an eye towards the new literacies and strategies that we'll need for retraining displaced workers and navigating a highly distributed global workforce.





Speakers
avatar for Sarita Gupta

Sarita Gupta

Executive Director, Jobs with Justice
Sarita Gupta is executive director of Jobs With Justice and the co-director of Caring Across Generations. She is a nationally recognized expert on the economic, labor and political issues affecting working people across all industries, particularly women and those employed in low-wage sectors. Sarita has appeared inThe Wall Street Journal, Bloomberg and Politico, as well as on MSNBC, Al Jazeera America, PBS, CNBC and Fox. She writes... Read More →
avatar for Dylan Hendricks

Dylan Hendricks

Program Director, Institute for the Future
I'm deeply invested in understanding and communicating the changing nature of our society, and have spent the last decade working with governments, corporations and non-profits to make sense of an increasingly fragmented world. My background is in media production, storytelling and synthesis, and creative direction.
avatar for Vincent Huguet

Vincent Huguet

CEO, HOPWORK


Friday May 20, 2016 6:00pm - 6:45pm
*Circus

6:00pm

Common Room: Self-organize!

This space is free for all attendees to co-create, play and host spontanous session in. This is your common room where you can continue conversations, host impromtu workshops and expand the Fest program as you please!

Setup

The room holds 12 people max and is equipped with a basic workshop setup: table, chairs, a screen & cables to connect your laptop, post-its, markers & paper.

Room Rules

1. Welcome everyone

This is an open space for the Fest community. No private meetings! If you hold a session here, you agree to welcome anyone who walks in.

2. Communicate your session

To make sure others know what discussion is currently in session, before starting write the name of your session and what time you started on the flipchart outside the space entrance. Every new session should use a new blank page on the flipchart.

3. Be respectful

If others are waiting to use the room after you, please keep your sessions to 45 min. If no one seems to want the room, feel free to stay longer, but be mindful if new groups arrive.  

4. Be Creative & Share

These are the only rules for this space. Beyond that, you define what is possible - so have fun, experiment and document the outcomes for others to benefit from, if you can.


 

Friday May 20, 2016 6:00pm - 7:30pm
Garage

6:00pm

Hack & Dance
Micro-Hackathon and Keynote

  We will work together to hack and create new  instruments for the collaborative economy in the developing world. The instruments will be build from trash and residuals from first world countries.

This micro-hackathon designed by UNAM designer and experience curator Liliana Savage, who will create a sensorial experience that will push all participants to be creators and to think how we can innovate from  the first world garbage that we dump into third world countries. While we hack away on our instruments, participants will listen and engage in discussions with our Keynote speaker Alexis Crawshaw,  a composer and  doctoral researcher in intersensorial composition using infrasounds.

Music and Dance Fest

We will do a music festival where we will use the instruments we build to manifest future of collaborative economy in developing world.  Participants are free to dance and use their body to express themselves as well.

Our hope is that the music, dance and micro hackathon will inspire love for the developing world, and inspire participants to produce useful technology that involves more people in the collaborative economy.

This Hack and Dance is organized by:
Saiph Savage, Joel Dietz, Alexis Crawshaw, Liliana Savage, Daniel Valdez Puertos.


Speakers
avatar for Alexis Crawshaw

Alexis Crawshaw

PhD Student, Media Arts and Technology, UC Santa Barbara and EDESTA, Université Paris 8
I am a music composer, researcher, technologist, and educator. | | My interests and pursuits include media theory, ethics, environmentalism, myth-making, quantifying beauty, and the art of temporal structuring (particularly as it pertains to spatiotemporal and cross-modal music composition as well as to pedagogical design). | | The question of culture-building is my chief preoccupation. I’m looking at it as a morphogenetic process... Read More →

Faciliators
avatar for Daniel Valdez

Daniel Valdez

Arts & Tech Researcher, Universidad Nacional Autonoma de Mexico (UNAM)
avatar for Liliana Savage

Liliana Savage

Designer, National Autonomous University of Mexico UNAM
avatar for Saiph Savage

Saiph Savage

Virtual Organiser of Hack & Dance, Researcher, West Virginia University


Friday May 20, 2016 6:00pm - 7:30pm
Camp

6:00pm

Your Story as an Asset for Change Makers

Telling your story is a great way to get visibility for your initiative. It’s also a great way to empower your fellow change-makers. This workshop guides participants through practical collaborative approaches to telling your story, and then extracting the reusable lessons learned, frameworks and tools that are beneficial to others.

You’ll work with your fellow participants to:

  • Practice telling your individual change story

  • Identify and package up the reusable patterns, learnings, frameworks in your stories

We’ll close with a conversation how we might build a global network of connected stories and codified knowledge about how to collaborate better for change. Participants are invited to continue this conversation after the session, over dinner.

Faciliators
avatar for Hailey Cooperrider

Hailey Cooperrider

Collaboration and Strategy Lead, Collabforge
Hailey Cooperrider has been a collaboration designer at Collabforge since 2009, and has been an integral part of over 80 projects, with diverse responsibilities ranging from developing strategic frameworks, to facilitating collaborative workshops, to developing online collaboration platforms. As Collabforge has grown, she has increasingly focused on designing and facilitating collaborative processes, and on strategy development. Hailey gets... Read More →


Friday May 20, 2016 6:00pm - 7:30pm
Lab

6:00pm

Improvised Cooking for a Shared Meal

**Cooking will happen in the cooking station just NEXT to the Studio from 6-8pm. From 8pm, we will be eating together in the Studio**

Recipes for Cooking without Recipes
 is a learning format focused on improvising dishes with leftovers. It is a funky culinary experience that is less about following preconceived instructions but more on listening to your inspiration in the moment. To do so means to cultivate one’s innate abilities to create with ingredients immediately on hand, to learn by cooking, get inspired by limits and to peacefully inhabit a certain level of uncertainty. In the absence of a chronology to follow, this workshop builds on awakening and continuously practicing corporeal technologies that could usher a direct link between organic impulse (hunger) and the emergence of action and empowerment (creativity).

Brought to you by: Nowhere Kitchen 

and with ingredients from Freegan Pony, the first European association and collaborative freegan kitchen, which is paving the way to expose the food industry and contribute reducing its amount of food waste.

The ingredients are vegetables and fruits sourced from Rungis market and that would otherwise have been discarded. In Paris, settled in Porte de la Villette for the past 6 months, the kitchen has offered a new menu each day composed by different chefs and volunteers to make sure more and more vegetables and fruits are saved from ours dustbins.




Faciliators
avatar for Pepe Dayaw

Pepe Dayaw

cook, Nowhere Kitchen
Pepe Dayaw started cooking leftovers in Madrid in 2012, and through this practice evolved a school of improvised cooking called Nowhere Kitchen. It is a platform that began informally and precariously in houses, by simply cooking with what is there, or what was found in people's fridges. This became a window to the privatised subconscious, an informal interrogation into the intimate lives of a public in crisis. Growing as a team in Berlin-based... Read More →


Friday May 20, 2016 6:00pm - 10:00pm
*Studio

6:15pm

The Power of Making

What is the power of thinking by making?

Making is the act resulting in something coming to be. The arts and crafts movement preceded today’s ‘maker’ culture.  ‘Traditional’ forms of making were passed down from master to apprentice, through years of repetition. Today we are witnessing a growing popularity of more experimental and innovative making: less rehearsed but also less reliable(?).

In reaction to globalized mass production, throw-away cultures, consumerism and the omnipresence of chain stores, new types of community spaces like fablabs, makerspace or hackerspaces pop up in our neighborhoods.  

Here we find community interaction and knowledge sharing on both local and global level, with the help of networked technologies. These social environments promote informal, peer-led shared learning often motivated by fun and self-fulfillment. People come to gain practical skills, learn how to repair, reuse, improve and tweaking designs.

The potential to enable more participatory approaches and create new pathways into important topics is clear, but this path is not for all of us.

Should we all make the shift and become makers?  It may be frustrating to master a new skill in this busy world. Should we take the time to move from frustration to pleasure and start to think through materials and skills?


Moderators
avatar for Vincent Guimas

Vincent Guimas

Founder, Les Arts Codés
Founder of the micro factory “Nouvelle Fabrique” and co-founder of the research cooperative  "Les Arts Codés", Vincent Guimas has produced for over 10 years projects interlinking art, society and technology. He has been involved since 2009 in 3 European projects focusing on  Ecology and Arts. From 2012 to 2015, he coordinated a 3 years research "Macro parameters for micro factories, emergence of a new stakeholder in... Read More →

Speakers
avatar for Benedict Dellot

Benedict Dellot

Associate Director - Economics, Enterprise and Manufacturing, The RSA
Research covers the maker movement, self-employment and capital ownership. Interested in how we can create an economy that allows people to lead larger lives.
avatar for Etienne Moreau

Etienne Moreau

Cofounder + labs explorer, MakerTour
Cofounded MakerTour, non-profit org exploring, documenting and sharing the collaborative labs diversity in the world. Recently concluded with Mathieu Geiler (friend & cofounder) a first 6-month documented expedition towards 50 fablabs/makerspaces in France & Europe. All labs explored and chronicles here > www.makertour.fr/home.
avatar for Justyna Swat

Justyna Swat

co-founder, POC21 / USIL
Strategic designer and architect. Working on projects developing socially and ecologically responsible solutions using digital tools. Urban researcher. Co-founder of POC21 , design assistant at the ENSCI les Ateliers School of Industrial Design, WikiHouse Foundation executive, founder of Urban Strategy and Innovation Lab USIL .


Friday May 20, 2016 6:15pm - 7:00pm
*Studio

6:45pm

HyperGender

Gender & creative communities: the end of hierarchy?

The paradigm shift we have been witnessing in the economy is also happening regarding gender balance. Gender categories as hierarchical and differentiating are exploding, and it impacts many areas. 

In the work environment, gender should play a little role. But it's still not the case: there are still general discrimination against women or queer, wage inequality, etc., except in the innovative ecosystems, collaborative economy, social business, creative networks, etc.
 
Is it allowed because the values that are promoted in those organizations (autonomy, trust) are more "feminine" and inclusive?

We will also explore how this attention paid to singularity and holistic approach to the person in these new ecosystems) also impacts other areas (sexual-identity fluidity, neo-relationships, sexuality, etc.). 



 

We are going to explore these questions: 

1) describing this shift in comparison to the traditional work and academic world 

2) analyzing if that shift is related to generation change and / or way of working ?

3) If it's allowed because the values that are now promoted in those organizations (autonomy, trust) are more "feminine" / inclusive?

4) And how this attention paid to singularity AND holistic approach to the person (at work) also impacts other areas (gender identities, relationships, sexuality etc.) as an opening conclusion part. 


Moderators
avatar for Asmaa Guedira

Asmaa Guedira

Connector, OuiShare - Womanity
I am passionate about social innovation, and very interested in the impact of collaboration enabled by digital technology in creative and innovative communities that emerge in society, and their impact on organizations as well as gender structures. I am Moroccan and lived in Rabat, Paris, New York and Istanbul during 10 years, before becoming a nomad, living and working around the world, with a major focus in Middle East and North Africa region... Read More →

Speakers
avatar for Michel Bachmann

Michel Bachmann

Co-Founder, Impact Hub Zürich
I'm passionate about organizational shamanism, culture hacking and energy flows. Currently exploring the notions of swarming & nesting as the future of work & living. | | Things I've done in the past: | | *Initiated and co-founded Impact Hub Zürich, a collaborative work space to prototype the future of business | | *Led the transition of the global Impact Hub network towards a distributed ownership structure with 80+ sites all... Read More →
avatar for Marie CHARTRON

Marie CHARTRON

Co-founder, Les enfants perdus
PhD Candidate in political philosophy - Paris-Sorbonne, expert in Gender injustice
avatar for Aurélie SALVAIRE

Aurélie SALVAIRE

Founder, Shiftbalance
Gender activist. Storytelling coach. Events curator. | | I love to help people find their WHY, get to this aha moment where they realize why they do what they do. | I enjoy traveling, especially in the Middle East and I am passionate about changing the narrative and challenging common stereotypes.


Friday May 20, 2016 6:45pm - 7:30pm
*Circus

7:15pm

Dinner, Drinks & Music
Friday May 20, 2016 7:15pm - 9:00pm
Camp

7:15pm

Dinner, Drinks & Music
Friday May 20, 2016 7:15pm - 9:00pm
Garage

7:15pm

Dinner, Drinks & Music
Friday May 20, 2016 7:15pm - 9:00pm
The Hub

7:30pm

Presenting Fest Forward
Friday May 20, 2016 7:30pm - 7:45pm
*Circus

7:30pm

Dinner, Drinks & Music
Friday May 20, 2016 7:30pm - 9:00pm
Lab

7:45pm

8:00pm

Pop up Performances by Simón Adinia Hanukai

Pop-Up performances by Simón Adinia Hanukai of Kaimera Productions, in collaboration with GroupStudio and associated artists.

 Selected audience members will be invited to take part in short (3-15 minute) pop-up performances taking place throughout the festival grounds. These performances, created specifically for this year’s Ouishare Fest, were inspired by the themes of the festival, as well as Antoine de Saint-Exupéry’s iconic book The Little Prince. 


 

Performers
avatar for SAURAT ALEXIA

SAURAT ALEXIA

Performer, Kaimera Productions
CIRCUS THEATRE DANSE | https://youtu.be/Xz8_0xzivKc
avatar for Gaubert Baptiste

Gaubert Baptiste

performance, Hanukai
Actor singer coming from southern Burgundy, came to Paris to promote themselves , looking for any artistic project combining singing and comedy. More information about my projects on this site : http://compagniebam.weebly.com/
avatar for Emmanuel Barrère

Emmanuel Barrère

Actor, KAIMERA PRODUCTIONS
avatar for Selma Bella-Zarhloul

Selma Bella-Zarhloul

Performer, Kaimera productions
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Sarah Bertholon

Actrice, Kaimera Productions
Sarah Bertholon a été formée à l'école internationale Jacques à Paris. Elle s'est épanouie auprès de rencontres professionnelles importantes dans sa vie et en particulier au contact de Alexandre Del Perugia, Sebastien Bonabel et Jack Garfein. Elle a construit son jeu et ses outils pour créer l'essence de son univers au travers de stages afdas jeu caméra et theatre. Elle a travaillé pour la télévision française sur TF1 et France2... Read More →
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Sebastien Bonnabel

Director, GroupStudio
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marie bouvet

actress, simon hanukai
As an artist, my job ( with my performance's friends) is to create a link between people, to make people forget that we should meet and share as sensitive beings and not only as social robots. Let's share our experiences. Let's live the present moment. Let's connect with our sensations. That's what we tried to do with the Simon Hanukai troup. I'll hope you'll share this with us!
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Joël Dirninger

Actor, Improviser, Director, Kaimera Productions
- Improvisation Techniques : A help for crisis situation, and all kind of activity. | - General Semantics (A non Aristotelian system) : Tools for sanity. | - The way to put our mind in a "Collaborative Mode"
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MARINE DUSEHU

PERFORMER, KAIMERA PRODUCTIONS
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Simón Adinia Hanukai

Co-Artistic Director, Kaimera Productions
Simón Adinia Hanukai is a theater maker, director, curator, educator, and Co-Artistic Director of Kaimera Productions (www.kaimeraproductions.com) who splits his time between New York and Paris. Originally from Baku, Azerbaijan, he spent the early years of his career in Oakland, California, where he was a founding member of headRush Crew and the Co-Artistic Director of the Destiny Arts Youth Performance Company. Working with both companies for... Read More →
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MARIE HENNEREZ

Performer, KAIMERA PRODUCTIONS
Formée à l'Atelier International de Théâtre, au cours Marie Boudet puis au Conservatoire du XX ème à Paris, Marie débute sa carrière cinématographique avec Jean-Pierre Mocky dans la série "Mister Mocky présente" qui adaptait des nouvelles d'Hitchcock. Elle tourne ensuite avec plusieurs réalisateurs français, dernièrement Julien Patry et Margaux Bonhomme. Au théâtre, elle joue sous la direction de Béatrice de la Boulaye dans... Read More →
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Charlotte Junière

Performer, immerssive theatre
AK

Anita Kirpalani

Perfromance Support (Simón Hanukai), Simón Hanukai performance
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Juliette Moreaud

Performer, Kaimera Productions
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Christelle Garcia Moya

Performer, Kaimera Productions
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Nicolini Nicolini

Performer, Kaimera Productions
| Jacques Nicolini a été formé au Conservatoire de Marseille dans la classe de Christian Benedetti et à l’école Française d’Eutonie Gerda Alexander. Il a travaillé en tant que comédien avec différents metteur en scène (Ladislas Cholat, Thiery Niang,…) De 2009 à 2015, il a enseigné l'Eutonie à l’école Régionale d’acteurs de Cannes. Il intervient régulièrement pour le planning familial de Marseille en théâtre forum... Read More →
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Helen Cusack O'Keeffe

Costume designer, Kaimera Productions
I am a writer and translator based in Paris, but my alter ego Mademoiselle PomPom de la Tour Awfful began creating stage costumes for my Surrealist bilingual extravaganza: "Napoleon, Femme, Rhinocéros", first produced at the Montmartre Dionysia festival here in Paris in 2014. I am delighted to work with Kaimera again for the Ouishare Fest event.
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Carole Rochelle

Performer, Kaimera Productions
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Karine Texier

performer, Kaimera Productions
Karine TEXIER, comédienne, se forme dans la classe professionnelle d’art dramatique du Conservatoire de Bordeaux dont elle sort diplômée en 1999. | Parallèlement elle étudie le piano et la danse ce qui l’engage à la fois dans un travail théâtral, corporel et musical qui constitue le fil rouge de ses projets artistiques successifs. | | Elle tourne régulièrement dans des fictions pour la télévision . | On l’a vu... Read More →
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Marine Tuja

Performer, Kaimera Productions
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Elizabeth Wautlet

Performer, Kaimera Productions
Elizabeth Wautlet is an American actress, writer and theatre instructor living in Paris. She was 5 the first time she stepped onstage... and accidentally lit her hair on fire. It’s been uphill from there. She holds a Bachelor’s degree in Theatre from Valparaiso University and a Masters from the University of Wisconsin-Madison. She has written and performed original work for the Inside Stories International Performance Festival in Madison... Read More →

Friday May 20, 2016 8:00pm - 9:00pm
Playground

8:05pm

Closing & Thank You
Faciliators
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Elena Denaro

PhD Student, LSE, OuiShare
I am doing my PhD on the imaginaries of a collaborative economy and society, through an ethnographic case study of OuiShare. For that I'm immersing myself in the OuiShare world with many projects, including acting as Programme Coordinator for OuiShare Fest Paris 2016. | | Talk to me about critical perspectives, anything around collaborative & distributed work, what you think of the collaborative economy, what your visions for the world... Read More →
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Francesca Pick

OuiShare Fest Chair, OuiShare
Francesca is a project manager, writer and speaker interested in how tech can change business, society and human interaction. She has played an instrumental role in developing the OuiShare community globally and is chair of OuiShare Fest since 2014. When not working on OuiShare Fest, she helps teams working on meaningful projects increase their impact through collaboration and communication, and experiments with new forms of distributed... Read More →


Friday May 20, 2016 8:05pm - 8:15pm
*Circus

8:15pm

JAÏS Audiovisual Concert (Trio)

40 outstanding personalities from the positive economy have answered the question "What is the solution to change the world?" (Russell Brand, Nicolas Hulot, Cyril Dion...). An electronic music-documentary participative experience based on the protection of resources and blossoming body, spirit & nature, where the audience is dancing, meditating, shouting, laughing, thinking...  A mixture of directed films with animation, found footage,  post production and VJ’ing for a sweet awakening of consciousness and our reality.

 

Jaïs Elalouf : chant (lead), synthés, guitare, vidéo (Lunivers, DJ Oof Cinemix). 

Laurent Gueirard : batterie (Inama, Macadam Panda). 

Thomas Pégorier : basse, chant (Studio Paradise).


Friday May 20, 2016 8:15pm - 9:00pm
*Circus

9:00pm

OuiShare Love Party
Friday May 20, 2016 9:00pm - Saturday May 21, 2016 5:00am
*Circus
 
Saturday, May 21
 

10:00am

"Je rêvais d'un autre monde" - Open Day by OuiShare
https://www.eventbrite.ca/e/je-revais-dun-autre-monde-tickets-24731889748
See more information and the detailed program of our open day (in French) here: http://2016.ouisharefest.com/openday and here https://jerevaisdunautremondeopenda2016.sched.org/

Saturday May 21, 2016 10:00am - 6:00pm
*Circus

10:00am

"Je rêvais d'un autre monde" - Open Day by OuiShare
See more information and the detailed program of our public day (in French) here: http://2016.ouisharefest.com/openday and here https://jerevaisdunautremondeopenda2016.sched.org/ 

Saturday May 21, 2016 10:00am - 6:00pm
The Hub
 
Sunday, May 22
 

1:00pm

Walking Forward - Chemin Faisant

In the aftermath of OuiShare Fest, come for a walk with the Barbarians community in Bois de Vincennes. We were more than 500 well-intended barbarians to gather in L’Archipel in March 2015 to share and discuss our ideas, meet Barba-doers (positive project leaders) and move forward together. Large projects were born on this occasion Many of us wished for a repeat of this beautiful moment of exchange, because the community has grown: we are now close to 5000 people sharing the idea that each of us can contribute in its own way, to changing the world positively. Please come and join us for a walk on May 22 in le Bois de Vincennes. An afternoon during which you will meet think-alikes, discover their dreams and share yours. Our hope is to enable everyone to go a step further on its own path. Like Janique, Thibaud or Lune, you can also choose to contribute to helping co-build the day’s program. Thibaud will for example carry out interviews with walkers. Lune will meanwhile tend a large canvas on which you can write your contribution to the collective dream - resolutely optimistic. Let’s meet at the Golden gate entrance of lake Dausmesnil at 13.00!

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Au lendemain du OuiShare Fest, venez marcher avec la communauté des Barbares au Bois de Vincennes.

Nous étions plus de 500 barbares bienveillants à nous être réunis à l’Archipel en mars 2015 pour échanger sur nos idées, rencontrer des Barbacteurs - porteurs de projets positifs - et avancer ensemble. De vastes projets sont nés à cette occasion. Beaucoup ont souhaité qu’un autre moment d’échange puisse avoir lieu, alors que la communauté s’est élargie. Nous sommes désormais près de 5 000 à partager l’idée que chacun d’entre nous peut contribuer, à sa manière, à changer le monde positivement.

Nous vous proposons de vous joindre à nous en venant marcher le 22 mai au Bois de Vincennes. Pendant une après-midi, vous rencontrerez des semblables, découvrirez leurs rêves et partagerez les vôtres. Notre espoir : que chacun chemine dans sa réflexion et fasse un petit pas de plus, sur sa route.

Vous pouvez aussi poser votre pierre sur le chemin de tous en contribuant, comme Janique, Thibaud ou Lune à co-construire le programme. Thibaud réalisera par exemple des interviews des promeneurs. Lune, quant à elle, tendra une grande toile sur laquelle vous pourrez écrire votre contribution au rêve collectif – résolument optimiste.

Pour nous rejoindre, rendez-vous au lac Dausmesnil, à l’entrée porte Dorée, à 13h.

https://www.facebook.com/groups/les100barbares/

Sunday May 22, 2016 1:00pm - 5:00pm
Bois de Vincennes