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3:00 pm - 7:00 pm
ulica Bracka 25
Warsaw, 00-028 Poland

The Green European Foundation is hosting a workshop about digital commons in Warsaw, on 04 November 2017, with the support of our partner Strefa Zieleni.


The commons are driven by citizens’ initiatives, including an increasing amount of digital opportunities as well as new technologies which have the power to transform democracy. This topic will be addressed in the upcoming workshop in Warsaw hosted together with Strefa Zieleni. The event is a part of our ongoing project Reclaim the Commons which aims to explore the transformative power of the commons, whilst involving the Greens and a wider audience around this topic. This event will focus on democracy and participation, and how digital tools can and should be utilised to facilitate the involvement of citizens and to guarantee transparency.


15:15 Barcelona – E-democracy with Decidim (Xabier E. Barandiaran, Barcelona En Comú, via Skype)
16:00 Barcelona and agglomeration – what’s new thanks to Barcelona En Comu? (Sergi Alegre Calero, Barcelona En Comú)
16:45 Break
17:00 „Fearless cities” the first International Municipalist Summit, Barcelona 9-11 June 2017- lessons learned (Weronika Śmigielska, Miasto Wspólne, Justyna Kościńska, MJN, Natalia Malek, City of Warsaw)
17:45 Are digital technologies a chance or a difficulty for local democracy and governance? – debate (Xabier E. Barandiaran, Sergi Alegre, Weronika Śmigielska, Justyna Kościńska, Natalia Malek)
18:45 Conclusions and closing (Ewa Sufin-Jacquemart)
19:00 End of the conference

Time, Venue & Registration

The event will take place at Dom Towarowy Bracia Jabłkowscy in Warsaw on Saturday, 04 November 2017, from 15h00 to 19h00.  To register, please send an email to Ewa Sufin at ewa.sufin@strefazieleni.org. The event will be live-streamed in Polish and more information is also available on the Facebook event page.

ulica Bracka 25
Warsaw, 00-028 Poland

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