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Are Communities Empowering People or Reinforcing Dominations ?

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As OuiShare Fest teaser puts it: "communities are transforming cities, organizations and civic action everywhere in the world". As this transformations prove to grow bigger every day, questions about their consequences arise. What are their meaning and direction? What relationships between individuals and corporations do communities allow for? Who governs them and how is value created allocated? More widely, we should now seriously question the new balances being established between empowerment and exploitation.

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Are Communities Empowering People or Reinforcing Dominations ?

  1. 1. The Age of communities Are Communities Empowering People or Reinforcing Dominations ? Louis-David Benyayer @LDBenyayer
  2. 2. “communities are transforming cities, organizations and civic action everywhere in the world”
  3. 3. Who can possibly be against the idea of communities?
  4. 4. Who can possibly be against the idea of communities? solidarity mutualism care shared interests shared aspirations
  5. 5. empowerment Individual Source :
  6. 6. Open business models, what role of communities ? Open research Events, articles, interviews 30+ contributors Culture, software, Education, science Data, manufacturing
  7. 7. Communities are efficient
  8. 8. Communities solve problems Source :
  9. 9. Communities create new things Source :
  10. 10. Who can possibly be against the idea of communities?
  11. 11. Who can possibly be against the idea of communities? They are said to be more efficient than Market Corporations State
  12. 12. « platforms capture nearly all the value created by communities and individuals. » « Here’s the paradox : whereas peer to peer is more productive than hierarchy, the additional productivity is captured by a limited number of players who gained a central position. » Michel Bauwens 2013 Fair value sharing ? Source :
  13. 13. Are communities low cost solutions for big players ? Fair value sharing ?
  14. 14. Source : Simone Cicero (http://fr.slideshare.net/Meedabyte/the-sharing-economy-2-defen How is the value shared ? Are individuals trapped ? Balance of power ?
  15. 15. « Are we talking about exploitation of communities and people that are loosing their basic social rights ? » Choice ? Simone Cicero 2013 Source :
  16. 16. Goals? Source :
  17. 17. Communities group to fight a common ennemy Rivalry ?
  18. 18. Not all communities are inclusive Social norm ? Source :
  19. 19. “communities are transforming cities, organizations and civic action everywhere in the world”
  20. 20. What dialog between communities and state? How to synchronize communities, markets and hierarchies ? How to coordinate local communities to tackle global problems ? How to inspire without creating a sect ?
  21. 21. 4 possible future for communities Local Mystic Entrepreneurial Stateless
  22. 22. 4 possible leaders Local Mystic Entrepreneurial Stateless Mike Oualid Chong Pierre Radis Maëva Bene Antonio de la Broca Drawings by Benoît Crouzet
  23. 23. Want to meet them ? Want to build the future of communities ?
  24. 24. May 6th 2025 The boat May 6th 11:30
  25. 25. Open experience • Open research on the open business models in Art&Culture, Software, Education, science, Data, manufacturing • Events, articles, interviews available on www.withoutmodel.com • 30+ contributors : Michel Bauwens, Paul Richardet, Bernard Stiegler, Frédéric Charles, Gilles Babinet, Jean-Paul Smets, Camille Domange, Neil Jomunsi, Lionel Maurel, Bastien Guerry, Jean-Luc Wingert, Benjamin Tincq, Simon Chignard, Célya Gruson-Daniel, Louis-David Benyayer, Karine Durand-Garçon, Jean-François Caenen, Antoine van den Broek, Romain Le Merlus, Glenn Rolland, Jean-Paul Smets, Sophie Gautier, Laurent Séguin, Sébastien Broca, Margaux Pelen, Maëva Tordo, Yves Zieba, Martin Kupp, Olivier Faron, Yannig Raffanel, Chloë Bonnet, … #openexp
  26. 26. This content is under Creative Commons licence Attribution - Share alike 3.0 http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/3.0/deed.fr

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