CategoryCase studies

Greece: P2P Lab and Tzoumakers


P2P Lab is a research collective focusing on the digital commons and cosmolocalism, the combination of which constitutes a novel mode of production. P2P Lab strives for integrative insights on open-source technologies and practices; writes, edits and publishes articles, reports, and books on a diverse range of topics; organises events for reflection and action as well as to educate people about...

Germany: Circles


Circles is a basic income system that works in vibrant communities where people and businesses are willing to leverage a complementary currency. Circles (CRC) is an alternative currency that allows communities to give each other a basic income. The value and use of the basic income one can get with Circles depends on the community that uses it. For Circles to work, it needs a strong community and...

UK: Open food network


Open food network has created an open-source software designed for food producers and community food hubs.
It is a networked e-commerce platform that facilitates local producers and farmers distribute their products without middlemen. Open food network is building an open-source commons of software and resources so that producers and communities can build fairer food systems.

France: Coop Cycle


CoopCycle is a federation of bike delivery co-ops. The CoopCycle association is a group of volunteers that help bikers to gather and organize. Since September 2017, they work on several topics, including the creation of an anti-capitalist economic model, based on the Commons; the development of the CoopCycle software (UI/UX, dev, trainings, docs, aso.); political lobbying, juridical toolbox...


Supported by Hellenic Foundation of Research & Innovation | "TECHNO-SOCIAL INNOVATION AND COLLABORATIVE ECONOMY" (Grant N6039)