Mayo Fuster presents Procomuns to the European Parliament

Last Thursday 30th March, Mayo Fuster Morell, director of the Dimmons research group, participated on the event “Bridging Civic Innovation and Politics. Bottom-Up approach to policy-making: working with grassroots, creative communities and citizens”, organized by Europe of Freedom and Direct Democracy Group in the European Parliament.

Fuster explained about the project Procomuns: Commons Collaborative Economies: Policies, Technologies and City for the People, as an example of an innovative project engaged in civic participation. Procomuns, in which the Dimmons research group is one of the partners, is a project which aims to highlight the relevance of the commons-oriented approach of peer production and collaborative economy, while proposing public policies and providing technical guidelines to build software platforms for collaborative communities.

More information here.