Attention makers, hackers, open source-rs, sharers, community leaders, collaborators, co-creators, transitioners, creatives + ethical entrepreneurs of Adelaide!
Are doing un(der) paid 'work for the world', or creative work of any kind, because it is your passion? Are you stuck in ‘job’ – because you have to? Would you love to find a way to sustain a livelihood with purposeful work where your skills and talents could be fully unleashed?
A new type of economy is emerging – you may have heard it called the sharing economy, the collaborative economy, the peer-to-peer economy.
- how digital technologies are enabling people to come together, physically and virtually, to share, coordinate, collaborate, to create and distribute value in a new way
- how the new economy can strengthen the resilience of our communities and support the transition to a more sustainable way of life
- how we can create co-operative livelihoods of purposeful work that matters us, that enrich and sustain both the commons and those who contribute to the commons, including examples from Spain (Las Indias) and New Zealand (Enspiral)
Michel Bauwens is a world-renowned peer-to-peer and collaborative economy theorist, writer, researcher and speaker, and will give insights into many initiatives he encounters in his work and travel. Bring your ideas, challenges and stories in conversation with Michel and fellow Adelaide 'Do-ers in Residence'.
111 Franklin St
Adelaide, SA 5000
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