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BCN DIGITAL/ Barcelona: Collaborative policies for the collaborative Economy


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Alvaro Porro (Barcelona Activa) i Mayo Fuster (IN3)
Collaborative Economy Action Plan. How can cities support the
commons collaborative economy?

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BCN DIGITAL/ Barcelona: Collaborative policies for the collaborative Economy

  1. 1. Hola hola hola Hola hola hola Hola hola hola hola hola hola hola hola hola February_2017 Alvaro Porro & Mayo Fuster Barcelona: Collaborative policies for the collaborative Economy
  2. 2. 2 Barcelona City Council Collaborative Economy Action Plan How can cities support the commons collaborative economy?
  3. 3. 3 The policy framework: Solidarity Economy Strategic Plan
  4. 4. 4 Common Good Economy Green Economy Green entrepreneurship Conceptual map of transformatives economies Cooperative Economy Social and Solidarity Economy Social Economy Social Entrepeneurship Third Sector Author: Álvaro Porro Grassroots innovations
  5. 5. 5 Why should Barcelona have a specific policy? •  Growing phenomenon •   Sharing and DIY culture are interesting paradigms and practices for our society •  Digital disruption is here to stay •  Window of opportunity for socioeconomic innovation and economic democratization •  Real impacts already going on •  Different stakeholders are demanding City Council action •  Media and public debate going on
  6. 6. 6 Open and explicit conflict with specific economic/professional sectors and some neighbourhood inhabitants Challenge!!
  7. 7. 7 Very active scene of communites, people, projects, action, business…. Internationally awarded and recongnized Opportunity!!
  8. 8. 8 P2Pvalue Dimmons IN3 - UOC Research 980 initiatives of commons collaborative economy documented in Barcelona
  9. 9. 9 First steps: Define an approach to the collaborative economy Vision that commons collaborative economy is the model to support
  10. 10. 10 How City Council approaches collaborative economies? 1.   Face challenges with determination, looking at other cities’ experiences 2.   Do not look for general regulation model, look into each sector or theme 3.   Share a common approach framework within different city council departments to the phenomenon understanding its potential and diversity 4.   Help Barcelona to become an international reference 5.   Facilitate development of initiatives, projects and companies specially those with a more social and commons orientated perspective 6.   Collaborative economy policy to be collaborative. Build up a framework of co-creation of commons collaborative economy promotion policies in Barcelona.
  11. 11. 11 What distingues commons collaborative economy? Open Commons Unicorn Platform coops Type of economy Not-for profit/Foundations Participative governance Corporations Centralized governance SME & cooperatives Participative governance Type of technology Free and Open Source Software Over closed technology Free and Open Source Software Type of knowledge Open data Locked knowledge Vary
  12. 12. 12 Gover- nance Services Digital → physical Direct contact: donations Membership fees Public funding Advertising Intra-firm Market Peer production Legal Entity Membership policy Funding Value distribution Co-budgeting Replicability Copyleft Permissive CopyFair NonCommercial NonDerivative All rights reserved Licensing Revenue Models Modes of Production Commons/Open Business Model framework data software art work design documentation External Regulatory Framework Impact Assessmentco-creation AUTHOR: WOUTER TEBBENS
  13. 13. 13 Why the commons model? Strategic lines – procommons production model The re-appropriation of the economy. Place well-being and life at the centre of the economy. Innovation and economic competitiveness. Boost the competitive advantages of the new technologies, based on open knowledge, fostering collaboration, innovation and capacity of internationalisation of the economy of Barcelona. Sustainability. Promoting a productive model and of consumption based on the reuse of resources and existing infrastructures and renewable energy. More democratic and efficient government institutions. Better public use of resources, open up more channels of participation and activation of the civil society in the resolution of common problems and public needs.
  14. 14. 14 Second step: Set up a co-creation policy framework
  15. 15. 15 Policy co-creation framework: Actors structure Internal municipal areas cross-cutting group BarCola - Group Council & sector in the city - Open encounter & annual event Decicim.Barcelona - Participative democracy website
  16. 16. 16 Policies co-creation process 1) First diagnostic - SWOT among experts & sector 2) Online open collaborative writing tool to collect proposals (DemocracyOs) 3) Procomuns event in March 2016 With 400 people discussing proposals Institutional participation Declaration of public policies recommendations of 120 proposals 4) PAM - Decidim Barcelona: Online voting 5) Procomuns declaration was sent to European Commission
  17. 17. 17 Procomuns II will take place on 28-29 June 2017 in Barcelona Announcement
  18. 18. 18 Barcelona collaborative economy action plan Meetings and connections: Tecchnological track at social economy annual meeting, support DIY, Free software, guifi networks, Ouishare fest, etc Match Funding: Goteo crowdfunding Digital Social Innovation funding for neighbourhood-based projects Circular economy - Reuse programme: Reuse of computers and collaborative uses of public administration infrastructure Experimentation: Piloting basic income and local currency Guifinet pilot project: neighbourhood-based project to tackle digital gap La Communificadora: Support training for collaborative economy initiatives
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