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Commons and Occupy
Feb 13 2012in Big Picture, Commons, FoO Media, Identity & Strategy, Workshops by George Pór
Back to Workshop Homepage This thread is part of the online component of the Occupy-Commons strategy conversation at the OWS Forum on the Commons in New York, February 16-18, 2012 described here. Thinking of a possible, Commons-inspired strategy as guidance to support wise choices in our daily work in and around the Occupations, prompts such questions as: What new possibilities [...]
Can Occupy occupy strategy?
Feb 5 2012in Commons, FoO Media, Identity & Strategy, Workshops by Mark Jagdev
A strategy for and by the people? For the last couple of months I have joined in a variety of peaceful protests, celebrations and collaborative enterprises along with millions of other Occupiers rising up across the globe to usher in a new world. Passers by, media analysts and pundits, invariably asked us what was this [...]
Is Occupy leaderless or leaderful: insights from Working Groups
Feb 4 2012in Direct Democracy, FoO Media, Identity & Strategy, Social Innovation, Working Groups by Anna Betz
Since the birth of the Occupy movement, there have been lively discussions about the meaning of leadership and how the movement can be successful without leaders or a leading idea. Occupy stands for different things for different people. For me it stands for us all stepping up to become and act as leaders in a [...]
Dec 22 2011in Identity & Strategy by Mark Jagdev
In its raw energetic sense The Future of Occupy is a creative outcome that continues to unfold in the daily life of the global Occupy Movement, from moment to moment. For a couple of months now, in the aftermath of the original mid-October explosion of Occupy camps all over the world both Occupy-ers and onlooking [...]