JULY 5TH 2018: “RIOT OF THE COOPERATION” BOOK PRESENTED IN MILAN

Thursday 5 July in Milan, at Piano Terra, a social center managed by different Milanese collectives operating on the territory and on the subject of precariousness, a dissemination events took place with the presentation of the Commonfare.net platform. The meeting was...

Commonfare.net: online the new platform release 3

We announce that the new release (R3) of the commonfare.net platform is online since the 30th of April 2018. The new release is actually only in English, multilanguage will be available during the next days, briefly what is new: A revised graphic interface and many...

The Commonfare’s Social Wallet is nominated for the Prix-Ars digital communities 2018

The Dyne.org collective is developing Commonfare's Social Wallet, a participatory budgeting system deployed in cooperation with the Macao squatted social center in Milano and the Fair.coop network. Dyne.org's work is nominated for the Prix-Ars digital communities...

Commonfare Book Series nr.1: “Generazioni Precarie. Una conricerca tra percezione del rischio, bisogni emergenti, welfare dal basso”

We announce the publication of the first number of the "Commonfare Book Series",  titled "Generazioni Precarie. Una conricerca tra percezione del rischio, bisogni emergenti, welfare dal basso" and authored by BIN Italia: Giuseppe Allegri, Sabrina Del Pico, Andrea...

The Launch of The Manifesto for Commonfare

The 2nd volume of MoneyLabReader, edited by the Institute of Net Cultures in Amsterdam, under the supervision of Inge Gloerich, Geert Lovinck and Patricia De Vries, was presented at the Somerset House in London, on the 20th of January, 2018. The program can be found...

The “Commonfare Book Series” (CBS)

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Our goals

What is Commonfare?

Our goal is to foster commonfare. Commonfare, or “welfare of the common” is a participatory form of welfare provision based on collaboration among people living in Europe that want to develop new ways of collectively responding to the everyday problems they face, improving their own lives.

People Centrality

Commonfare.net can only be successful with the direct involvement of the people who are the real owners of the platform. Therefore, the project is rooted on the joint activities of us, as project partners, and people in Croatia, the Netherlands, and Italy. From day 1, people have had a direct impact on the design of the platform and, together, we are shaping the future of Commonfare.net.

Working in three countries (for now)

The project is developed in collaboration between local people and us: Museu da Crise is working in Amsterdam, Rotterdam and The Hague, in the Netherlands; Basic Income Network Italy is working in Milan and Rome; and the Centre for Peace Studies is working in Zagreb, Croatia.

Commonfare.net platform

The digital platform Commonfare.net provides people with digital tools that will allow everybody to:
INFORM and be INFORMED about welfare state provisions and relevant data,
SHARE good practices through digital storytelling,
SUPPORT initiatives based on resource-sharing and bottom-up experimentations.

www.commonfare.net

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Publications

The Launch of The Manifesto for Commonfare

The 2nd volume of MoneyLabReader, edited by the Institute of Net Cultures in Amsterdam, under the supervision of Inge Gloerich, Geert Lovinck and Patricia De Vries, was presented at the Somerset House in London, on the 20th of January, 2018. The program can be found...

Deliverables

D5.2 Mid-term Dissemination, Exploitation and Communication Report

This document reports on the mid-term dissemination, exploitation and communication activities carried out in the PIE News project. The report accounts for the major changes that the communication identity of the project has undergone in order to respond to the...

D4.2 Reputation, Digital Currency and Network Dynamics Components

This document outlines a technical delivery for the Commonfare project consisting in the design and ongoing implementation of an API that facilitates both database driven and blockchain driven value transactions. The vision behind this work is that of providing a...

D3.1 User Research Report and Scenarios

This document reports on research into possible aspects of social engagement and dynamics systems on commonfare.net as the platform evolves to include the story-telling and support hubs and beyond. The aim of this research was to furnish the WP3 team with information...

D2.1 Research Report

The deliverable 2.1 collects the first results of the socio economic analysis and inquiries about the emerging needs of the social targets characterized by PIE condition (young Neets and precarious workers, working poor, migrants, and people under the poverty...

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Commonfare.net is developed thanks to the project PIE News, that has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under grant agreement No 687922