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Wednesday, May 18
 

8:15am CEST

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... Read More →


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

10:15am CEST

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 CEST
Garage

10:15am CEST

Collective Regulation of the Collaborative Economy
Limited Capacity full
Adding this to your schedule will put you on the waitlist.

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 CEST
Lab

10:15am CEST

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 CEST
Floating Fest

10:15am CEST

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... Read More →


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

10:30am CEST

"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 CEST
Playground

11:30am CEST

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... 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... 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 CEST
Lab

11:30am CEST

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... Read More →


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

11:30am CEST

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... Read More →
avatar for Tom Llewellyn

Tom Llewellyn

Strategic Partnerships Director, Shareable.net
Tom Llewellyn is a community organizer, consultant, and storyteller promoting people-powered solutions for the common good. He’s the strategic partnerships director for Shareable.net, executive producer and host of the award-winning documentary and podcast series “The Respon... Read More →


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

11:30am CEST

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... Read More →


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

12:15pm CEST

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... Read More →
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... Read More →



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

1:00pm CEST

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... Read More →


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

3:00pm CEST

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... Read More →


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

3:00pm CEST

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... Read More →



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

3:00pm CEST

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... Read More →
avatar for Stephanie Rearick

Stephanie Rearick

Creative Director, Humans United in 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... Read More →


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

3:00pm CEST

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 CEST
Floating Fest

3:45pm CEST

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... 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... Read More →



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

4:30pm CEST

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... Read More →
avatar for Sally Brammall

Sally Brammall

Project Director, Means of Exchange


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

5:00pm CEST

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... Read More →
avatar for Joachim Lohkamp

Joachim Lohkamp

CEO, JOLOCOM
Joachim Lohkamp is an entrepreneur and tech-enthusiast with a heart for activism. As the founder of Jolocom, he has been working at the forefront of the decentralization movement in Berlin since 2014. To ultimately harvest this potential and inform innovation aimed regulation, he... 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 and has contributed to cutting-edge technologies that have emerged in this space. He has been an early participant of decentralization movements such as the Federated Social Web, Respect... Read More →


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

5:00pm CEST

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 CEST
Garage

5:00pm CEST

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 and Strategist, Systems Change Lab, Forum for the future
Corina Angheloiu is a design practitioner with a longstanding curiosity towards how systemic change can be fostered. Trained as an architect, she is currently exploring how design methods can enable and accelerate place-based systems change for sustainability. Previous to joining... Read More →
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... Read More →


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

5:45pm CEST

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 and has contributed to cutting-edge technologies that have emerged in this space. He has been an early participant of decentralization movements such as the Federated Social Web, Respect... Read More →
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... Read More →


Wednesday May 18, 2016 5:45pm - 6:30pm CEST
Camp
 
Thursday, May 19
 

10:15am CEST

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 Weingartner 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... Read More →
avatar for Guilherme Lito

Guilherme Lito

Pesquisador, autonomo
Gui Lito dialoga com pessoas e organizações revelando possibilidades de respostas regenerativas para seus contextos, apoiando-as e a si mesmo a viver bem e dentro dos limites do planeta. Hoje participa como educador/conselheiro de organizações como Escola Schumacher Brasil, Oka... Read More →


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

10:15am CEST

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... Read More →


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

10:15am CEST

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... 

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

10:30am CEST

"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 CEST
Playground

11:30am CEST

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 CEST
Floating Fest

11:30am CEST

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 CEST
Garage

11:30am CEST

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
avatar for Cristobal Gracia

Cristobal Gracia

Connector, OuiShare
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... Read More →
avatar for Simone Cicero

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... Read More →



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

12:30pm CEST

Scalability in Europe: Best Practices & Feedback
Speakers
CB

Clément BOULAIS

Senior Business Development, MANGOPAY


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

1:15pm CEST

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 CEST
Camp

3:00pm CEST

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 CEST
Garage

3:00pm CEST

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 CEST
Lab

3:00pm CEST

3:00pm CEST

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.
avatar for Julek Jurowicz

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.
avatar for Claus Skytte

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... Read More →
avatar for Emmanuel Soulias

Emmanuel Soulias

Director, Enercoop
avatar for Felix Weth

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 li... Read More →

Featured Attendees
avatar for Chelsea Rustrum

Chelsea Rustrum

Co-founder and Founder, respectively, Blox7.com and Blockchain for Good
Chelsea Rustrum explores shared ownership and value distribution through the lens of the sharing economy and blockchain technology. She’s the author of It’s a Shareable Life, the founder of Blockchain for Good, a social and educational series, and the co-founder of Blox 7, a new... Read More →
avatar for Jean Luc Chautagnat

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... 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... Read More →
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... Read More →
avatar for Prosper Wanner

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... 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... 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... Read More →


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

5:00pm CEST

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 CEST
Garage

5:00pm CEST

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... Read More →
avatar for Diego Isabel

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... 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... Read More →


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

5:00pm CEST

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

Explorer & co-founder, Le Lab OuiShare x Chronos
Ghislain Delabie is a specialist in service innovation and business models for new mobility. He has a varied background that includes experience in consulting, startups and larger corporates. Ghislain is OuiShare mobility connector and cofounded Le Lab OuiShare x Chronos to explore... Read More →
avatar for Angelo Meuleman

Angelo Meuleman

Sharing Economy expert, Taxistop
Project director Shared Mobility at Taxistop for local and international projects about shared and sustainable mobility. OuiShare Mobility Connector Sharing Economy Consultant taxistop.be, socialcar-project.eu, share-north.eu, ouishare.net.

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... Read More →
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... Read More →
avatar for Yann LERICHE

Yann LERICHE

Group Chief Performance Officer, Transdev Group
avatar for Yann Marteil

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... Read More →
avatar for Teddy Pellerin

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... Read More →


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

5:00pm CEST

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... Read More →
avatar for Joe Ross

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... Read More →


Thursday May 19, 2016 5:00pm - 6:30pm CEST
Floating Fest
 
Friday, May 20
 

2:00pm CEST

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
avatar for Ariane Conrad

Ariane Conrad

FOUNDER & OPERATOR, The Book Doula
Ariane conrad is an editorial consultant and ghostwriter known as The Book Doula. Folks and books she’s supported include Van Jones (The Green Collar Economy, Rebuild the Dream), Annie Leonard (The Story of Stuff), Ai-jen Poo (The Age of Dignity), Kennedy & Jessica Odede (Find Me... Read More →
avatar for Francesca PICK

Francesca PICK

Partner & Connector, Greaterthan, Ouishare
Francesca Pick is a collaboration catalyst, community catalyst and organizational consultant. As partner at Greaterthan and member of the global networks OuiShare and Enspiral, she works with people, teams and organizations at the forefront of decentralized, self-managed and participatory... Read More →


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

2:00pm CEST

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... 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... Read More →
avatar for Elsa Abi-Khalil

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... Read More →


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

2:00pm CEST

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...
avatar for Fabien Durif

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... 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... Read More →

Faciliators
avatar for Elena Denaro

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... Read More →
avatar for Hugo Guyader

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... Read More →
avatar for Pieter van de Glind

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... Read More →


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

2:00pm CEST

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
avatar for Jacopo Romei

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 CEST
Garage

2:00pm CEST

"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 CEST
Playground

2:45pm CEST

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
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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 CEST
Floating Fest

3:30pm CEST

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 CEST
Garage

4:00pm CEST

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
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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... Read More →


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

4:00pm CEST

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 CEST
Garage

4:00pm CEST

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
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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... Read More →
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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 CEST
Floating Fest

4:00pm CEST

Freelancers: Reclaiming new Labour Landscapes
Faciliators
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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... Read More →


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

6:00pm CEST

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 CEST
Garage

6:00pm CEST

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
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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... Read More →

Faciliators
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Daniel Valdez

Arts & Tech Researcher, Universidad Nacional Autonoma de Mexico (UNAM)
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Liliana Savage

Designer, National Autonomous University of Mexico UNAM
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Saiph Savage

Virtual Organiser of Hack & Dance, Researcher, UNAM


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

6:00pm CEST

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
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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... Read More →


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

6:00pm CEST

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
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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... Read More →


Friday May 20, 2016 6:00pm - 10:00pm CEST
*Studio