Accions

Share Barcelona 2018 es documenta

De teixidora

linkhttp://www.share.barcelona

enllaç drecera: SHAREBCN2018

Share Barcelona. Sharing Cities Summit

Let's collectivise the Summit's documentation by taking notes collaboratively, collecting photos and recordings

Steel Fire.svg

ProgrammeCommunity Noun project 32154.svg sessions with collaborative note-taking
Teixidora Rĕzboiul saŭ stativele 1898 COLOR.svg

Steel Fire.svg

Keywords for common interests and shared goals Community Noun project 8285.svg Community Noun project 36082.svg

Thematic overview of Share.Barcelona.

3D printing · action research · advice · agile methodologies · agile methodssustainable urban governance · agroecology Social Currency · Air Quality Index Data (AQID) · algorithm · algorithms · alternative economy · alternative models · anonymisation · anthropocentrism · api · app · architecture · Augmented Reality · bicycle · blockchain · blockchainsharing economy · capitalism · car · carsharing · cartography · cholera · circular economy · cities · citizens · city · city sovereignity · civic commons · civic design · civic values · climate changeIPCC · cohousing · coliving · collaboration · collaborative economy · collaborative note-taking · collaborative writing · collective intelligence · collective processesmulti-belongin · common · common goals · commons · commonsSocial and Solidarity Economy · communities · community · competition · consumption · cooperatives · cooperativism · cooperativismincubation programme · crowdfunding · crypto · cryptography · cybers · Dapp · data · database · data commmons · data commons · datacracy · datafeminism · data portability · data protection · data scrapping · data sovereignty · decentralisation · decentralised chat · democratic platforms · democratic quality · descentralisation of infrastructure · digital commons · digital innovationmaker · digital revolution · digital strategy · discourse · distributed value · documenting · drones · ecoagriculture · economic impact · economic transition · economy · employment · encryption · entrepreneurship · environment · environmental impactpolicentric approach · equality · Ethereum · eticom operaator · European Union · false freelancers · feminism · feminist economies · feminist technology · FLOSS · FLOSSfree software · free culture · free knowledge · free licenses · free software · free tech · games · gamification · GDPR · gender · geoenginering · giant corporate · governance · governancedata · green economy · holistic vision · home-sharing · housing · identity standards · infrastructures · innovation · innovationmaps · interoperability · IoT · IPFS · knowledge · labor · laboratory · labor rights · linear economies · live writing · machismo · maker movement · mapping · maps · marketplaces · matchfunding · meaning of sharing · mobile transactions · mobility · monopoly-to-peer · motosharing · narratives · nationalism · neighbourhoods · networks · official data · online transactions · open access · Open Data · open data · open debate · Open Government · open knowledge · Open Source · P2P · P2P accommodation · participatory processes · participatory processgentrification · partnering · peer-to-peer · performance · permeable resilience · permit systems · platform · platform coop · platform economy · platforms · policies · political action · politicised data · post-growth · power · production · prosumer · public administration · public and common infrastructures · public policies · public policiesCitizenship · public policiesmobility · public procurement · public services · regulation · regulations · regulations of data · rental housing · rentalregulation · reputation · research · research community · resources · reuse · riders · robots · scooter · security · servers · sharing · sharing cities · sharingcollective note-taking · sharing economy · sharing economy platforms · short term rentals · Silicon Valley · Smart City · smart contracts · Social and Solidarity Economy · social and solidarity economy · social currency · social economy · social entrepreneurship · social impact · social impactAnti-gentrification · social inclusion · social innovation · social responsibilitycollaborative economy · social value · SSE · standards · startups · superiors · sustainability · sustainabilitypersonal data control · Sustainable Development Goals · Sustainable Development Goals (SDG) · techno-feminism · technologies of discourse · technology · territory · the model of the five pillars of the commons · tourism · trade union · training · transformation · transition · transparency · urban commons · Urban gardens · Virtual Reality · women · womenintechimpostor syndrome · work · workers ·   alternative model of production ·   cobots ·

Connections with other events in Teixidora.

acció política · accés obert · administració pública · agroecologia · algorisme · algoritmes · allotjament P2P · anonimització · antopocentisme · api · app · apunts col·laboratius · arquitectura · assessorament · barris · bases de dades · bicicleta · blockchain · Blockchain · blockchaincompartir economia · canvi climàtic · capitalisme · carsharing · cartografia · cartografiat · cibers · ciutadania · ciutat · ciutats · cobots · col·laboració · compartir · compartirapunts col.laboratius · comunitat · comunitats de dades · comuns urbans · concurrència · coneixement · coneixement lliure · coneixement obert · consum · contractació pública · contractes intel·ligents · cooperatives · cooperativisme · cooperativisme de plataforma · cooperativismeprograma d'incubació · cotxe · cripto · criptografia · crowdfunding · cultura lliure · còlera · dades · dades obertes · dades oficials · dades polititzades · dades procomuns · Dapp · datacracy · debats oberts · descentralització d'infrastructura · discurs · disseny cívic · documentació · dones · donestecsíndrom de l'impostor · drets laborals · drons · ecoagricultura · economia · economia alternativa · economia circular · economia col·laborativa · economia del compartir · economia de plataforma · economia social i solidaria · economia social i solidària · Economia Social i Solidària (ESS) · economia verda · economies feministes · economies lineals · emprenedoria · entorn ambiental · equitat · escriptura col·laborativa · escriptura en directe · estandards · estratègia digital · Ethereum · fabricació · falsos autònoms · feina · feminisme · feminisme de dades · FLOSS · formació · gamificació · GDPR · governabilitat · governança · govern obert · gènere · habitatge · habitatges · habitatges de lloguer · impacte ambientalenfocament policèntric · impacte econòmic · impacte social · impacte socialAnti-gentrificació · impressió 3D · inclusió social · infraestructures · infraestructures públiques i comunes · innovació · innovació digital · innovació digitaljocs · innovaciómapes · innovació social · intel·ligència col·lectiva · intercanvi de casa · internet de les coses · interoperabilitat · IoT · IPFS · laboratori · llicències lliures · lloguer a curt termini · lloguerregulacions · makers · mapeig · mapes · masclisme · matchfunding · medi ambient · metodologies àgils · micromecenatge · mobilitat · model dels cinc pilars del comú · models alternatius · moneda social · motosharing · moviment maker · mètodes àgilsgovernança urbana sostenible · nacionalisme · narratives · normativa · normativa de dades · normes · objectius comuns · Objectius de Desenvolupament Sostenible (SDG) · ocupació · opensource · plataforma · plataformes · plataformes democràtiques · poder · polítiques · polítiques públiques · polítiques públiquesciutadania · polítiques públiquesmobilitat · portabilitat de dades · processos col·lectiusmulti-pertanença · processos participatius · procomuns digitals · procomú · procomú cívic · procés participatiugentrificació · producció · programari lliure · prosumidor · protecció de dades · qualitat democràtica · Realitat Augmentada · Realitat Virtual · recerca · recerca-acció · recnologia lliure · recursos · regulacions · regulació · relat · reputació · resiliència permeable · responsabilitat social · reutilitzar · revolució digital · riders · robots · scooter · scrapping de dades · seguretat · serveis públics · servidors · significat de compartir · Silicon Valley · sindicat · sistemes de permisos · Smart City · sobirania de dades · sobirania urbana · sostenibilitat · sostenibilitatcontrol de dades personals · startups · superilles · tecnofeminisme · tecnologia · tecnologia feminista · tecnologies del discurs · territori · transformació · transició · transició econòmica · transparència · treball · treballadors · turisme · Unió Europea · valor distribuit · valors cívics · valor social · visió holística · xarxes · Índex de Qualitat de l'Aire (IQA) ·


Steel Fire.svg

Speakers Noun project - Presentation with screen.svg

· Click the blue links to discover where a person is related. Click on the red links to create the pages of these people in Teixidora and discover their relationships with other events.

Adrián Todolí Aleix Pol Antoni Gutiérrez-Rubí Antonio Calleja Arnau Monterde Bart Grugeon Plana Beatriz Guedán Beth Coleman Carlos del Barrio Dafni Mangalousi Daniel Hayes Dardan Isufi David Gómez Fontanills David Mesa Domenico Di Siena Emmanuel Mounier Enrico Stano Enric Senabre Ernest Pons Ester Bonet Solé Federico Piovesan Fernando Panigua Ferne Edwards Ferran Reyes Ganfranco Todesco Gerardo Pisarello German Delórne Grace Turtle Guillaume Compain Im Guk-hyun Iris Aviñoa Javier González Jessica Sena Jesus Iglesias Jon Hearty Josep Lluís Amador Josep Lluís Teruel José Antonio Pasadas Judit Batayé Julia Wolny Julie Wilson Lidia Arroyo Lluís Juncà Lonne Van der Sterren Lucie Zvolska Lukas Reichel Maddish Manuela Frudá Manuel Ruiz Marc Rocas Mariló Gramunt Marta Delatte Martin Van den Borre María Sefidari Matteo Lepore Mattia Marini Mauricio Córdova Mauricio O'Brien Mauricio O’Brien Mayo Fuster Miguel Jaenicke Mohammed el Youssof Monica Berardi Muriel Rovira Murray Cox Mònica Garriga Miret Natxo Parra Nicole Alix Nuria Reguero Núria Reguero Oriol Oriol Alfambra Oriol Díez Oriol Estela Oriol Marimon Oscar Ortega Pastora Martinez Peter Byrne Philip Näslund Pia Mazuela Rafael Calcada Raquel Priego Ricard Espelt Rosa Barcelo Roser Santamaria Samer Hassan Sara Berbel Sara Mahmoud Saskia Bruines Sito Veracruz Sonam Velani Susana Martín Belmonte Susan Riley Thais Ruiz Thais Ruíz Tom Llewellyn Udo Kock Vera Vidal Virginia Díez Woutter Tebbens Yochai Benkler Álvaro Porro Órdís Lóa órhallsdóttir

Sessions results Noun project 253.svg

138 challenges, 114 opportunities and 114 proposals for city actions and public policies mentioned (as extracted from the pads).


  • Challenges (70)

    • We have to recognise this (blockchain) is a young technology,
    • Blockchain can be disruptive for the Social and Solidarity Economy 
    • Is blockchain the best tool to democratise the economy?
    • We need that city councils to push hard to support these kinds of solutions. 
    • There is a fear from city councils of giving voice to citizens
    • there is a political process that a city needs to go to in terms of having consensus before looking to regulate.
    • From a policy point of view, cities are struggling to regulate this issue of short term renting
    • A lack of transparency and open debate in mass media and proprietary technologies of discourse
    • When there is a disagreement people vote, they don't get together and talk to find a way to create something new together. Besides democracy, we could have other processes.
    •  I am concerned with the idea that the commons is better than public and private. I think it is an enormous achievement to have the commons at the centre, but not to think it is better.
    • Dialogue between the Social and Solidarity Economy and the Commons economy questioning if we are doing the same thing
    • Institution are very difficult to transform. You need a lot of power to transform that.
    • Media is a challenge, but we can face it, it is there, we should do our duties well, insist on what we do, connect with similars, partners, and create partnership, fight agains media will distract us.
    • Tthe biggest risk that we have is not to be organised against this external system that is destroying us, capitalism, to be divided.
    • We face the destruction of the planet, we risk being coopted by the sharing economy 
    • We live in a real media enclosure, we are taken over with a media empire that takes us to massive consumption.
    • We need to transform everything, and based on our impact, the visibility will come. The snowball effect. 
    • We have achieved a shift in the discourse on the value of data, now we need to se how to move into actions, what type of systems can we design?
    • How can we use technology in a way that is meaningful and gives context.
    • Data is politicised
    • Young people are participating less in participatory processes in the city
    • We need to recover the trust of citizens to governments by giving them democratic tools to participate.
    • Open communities are sexist because there have never been women in these communities, the solution implies that women become more involved and their companions stay home a little.
    • The economic, symbolic power of knowledge continues to be dominated by men. It is necessary that men are also included in the care economy.
    • We have to start the conversation, in Wikipedia, about the fact that an encyclopedia is something ideological, change the policy of neutrality regarding the concept of truthfulness and assume that what we are doing is ideology.
    • Willingness to pool services
    • Cover unresolved issues regarding software
    • Empower people with free technology
    • To promote the use of free software at schools and within the public administration, understanding its philosophy and how it works
    • To promote interoperability between services, to make free software easier to use and politically desirable (for example regarding chat) we need for a regulation that allows it.
    • To build networks to function in areas where free software is needed to offer solutions.
    • Who has the actual knowledge to access these open data in the the "open for all" model, usually it's the big corporations who take advantage of it
    • There is work to be done on awareness to protect new smart tools for people to have data protection
    • At the European Commision in Brussels they view the wave of regulations by cities as a problem that goes against EU law.
    • From the European Commission, there is now an investigation into Barcelona, Paris, Brussels and Berlin's regulations
    • The main arguement the plaforms have is that they are solely intermediaries.
    • To manage the support programme, La Comunificadora, as a commons resource available to every institution and organisation that may want to execute it.
    • Electrical cars need to be recharged and this has implications for city infrastructure
    • Every municipality, local community or private company has different policies, regulations, views, and you need to negotiate with each if you want to collaborate
    • For private cars to disappear from cities
    • Municipalities thaat don't open data regarding to shared mobility
    • When users can move around with their own private means, they will. 
    • While city councils are already thinking how to regulate, car or moto-sharing initatives deploy onto cities, they are looking at Barcelona waiting for it to regulate
    • There is a huge deregulation that allows to employ workers in subhuman and illegal conditions.
    • The algorithm is the means by which employers subject workers
    • We have built a welfare state that protects the dignity of people as a limit to market competition and we are losing this. 
    • The local administration has an important role to be able to put restrictions or inject other economic forms, regulating and granting licences or not, for example, and not putting all the weight of the responsibility onto the consumer 
    • The SSE sector does not have the capacity to break the bubbles, but it is a more robust economy.
    • Institutions (the Academy, universities) are very top down. How can we change the formats? How can we credit people who contribute to our research? What is our responsibility on how we produce knowledge?
    • A growing number of platforms highlighted necesstiy to readjust regulations, we are forced into difficult decisions, establishing the right framework and protecting our constituents.
    • Technology affects every part of our daily life. robots, cybers, digital revolution are here, we need to know how to face them
    • We need an alliance between goverements, and civil society to pull back power from the major platforms to create genuine forms of accountability based on transparency.
    • We need to send a clear message to companies on how we will ensure our economic future
    • You have a choice were to put the emphasis, also as a city, if you think the city as a service provider to residents or clients. 
    • impossible to have any type of democratic accountability or innovation without open access to the technology and the data
    • To have a Sharing Cities Declaration that was easy to agree upon, were different backgrounds and perspectives could feel comfortable.
    • To ensure continuity for the Sharing Cities Summit
    • Define what level of government has the responsability of regulating and establishing policy about platforms for sharing.
    • Build infrastructure in the most sustainable possible way.
    • Regarding collaborative economy and commons oriented projects, the first step is for a city like Barcelona to make them know, the second step is to integrate them into the managing of the city.
    • You can't build a longterm project purely as a matter of urgency
    • The economy needs a new economic mainstream, and we have to build it on the definition of the economy: how we organize ourselves to meet individual and collective needs and aspirations with the resources we have within reach.
    • When a platform arrives to the city, it is the department of the affected sector the one to lead the strategy, not the department of economic promotion.
    • To hold a meeting of Catalan cities and crate a structure for exchange and collaboration.
    • We must collaborate between administrations that promote collaborative economy projects, Generalitat de Catalunya, Barcelona City Council and provincial councils, or we will not be able to meet the challenges of regulating this sector.
    • We have a variety of actors, instruments, resources and policies that allow us to create resilience and we need subsidiarity, to understand that there are local, regional, national and European actions.
    • Governance
    • Defining the local circles
    • Stop desertification in urban areas
    • Anthropocene. Looking at the predictions made 20 years ago, we are in the worst case scenario regarding climate change
  • Opportunities (60)

    • Blockchain for good
    • Descentralisation will force intermediaries to provide value for what they are doing
    • We should support cryptos because this will lead to governments to work better.
    • Train teachers in new technologies so they can train their students
    • The idea of some kind of platform accountability, a requirment for platforms to follow the rules of the city.
    • Platforms will cooperate when they need, but they need rules, and the rules need to be clearly set out for them
    •  cities could scrape data from rental platforms to get a real time view of the situation in the city
    • Multi-belonging has a potential to transform our way to connect to multiple people, to focus more on what we have in common than in our differences
    • Analysing our needs on devices and management to be able to survive and transform the world, accounting standards, reciprocity licences, 
    • Assure public policies that allow for the autonomy of the movements and avoid the repeated history of cooptation of social movement
    • Identify the actors on the ground and grow their own networks to enable them to take action.Connection between practitioners.
    • Internationalise the ecosystem and the phenomenon of collective economy.
    • Now in Barcelona we have now the oportunity to build together public policies, between the social movements and the public institution, that helps you thing you are doing the right thing
    • Progressive cities and territories, because it is not only the government, it is also civil society…
    • Public policies in the cities are great oportunities, unions, commerce, cooperatives, not having silos, it would be good for you to explain what you have done in Barcelona.
    • The World Social Forum of Transformative Economies as a process, that will take place in Barcelona in 2019 and 2020.
    • Wikipedia is an open data space that allows you to do research without having a university behind
    • Public procurement
    • FLOSS BCN: the City Council has generated the space (it has paid the platform and built the network) but does not want to seize it
    • Create and practice data commons while deliberating and talking about data commons (Decidim)
    • If you are one you have no leverage to make pressure on how to regulate data, come as a collective.
    • Anonymization also works better when there are more people
    • Visualise the economical value produced by the exploitation of your data
    • Strengthen data portability
    • There is something in GDPR a potential to protecting more people
    • Work to be done on awareness to protect new smart tools for people to have data protection
    • For companies to regain trust, adopting a more ecological approach to data process
    • The cities are gathering together in Europe and they're fighting, especially for the right to housing.
    •  The support programme, La Comunificadora, in its third edition, as a tool to bring the collaborative economy towards the values of the SSE and the Commons Economy
    • A practical guide to improve security in exchanging goods or services on platforms. is being written 
    • The Catalan Government (Generalitat) has created a code to define standards on reputational ratings on platforms.
    • Being a city with a lot of students helps to create innovative projects
    • For city councils to offer big parking space outside the big cities for people living in the metropolitan area to share their cars with people living inside the city
    • Small and middle sized cities need to produce the sharing economy for ourselves before the market
    • Technology allows to open a car with a smart phone
    • It is difficult to take control of the algorithm but there we do have the possibility of developing our own app 
    • In the world of art, either the cost of the product, or the hour of work is regulated, or our competitors will be in countries that have fewer rights. 
    • Social and solidarity economy is a window of opportunity to create new relational forms that allow self-organisation beyond the capitalist enterprise. 
    • The public administration can influence the market, for example by giving a workers friendly or workers hazard badge, or make a municipal declaration declaring companies as non-grata.
    • We can create technology to make it easy to have many sharing economy platforms, marketplaces all over the world.
    • A technology that allows for redistribution of value
    • An annual gathering is opportunity to creat a common framework, working together we can expand our own knowledge of this transfromation
    • City governments around the world are trying to standardise their approach.
    • We have an opportunity to regulate big digtal plaforms, that operate in our cities, such as Uber and AirBnB
    • We need to work together local governments, national, crossnational, the commission in Europe, with these platforms, to find the right balance between innovation and regulation
    • The Hague will organise a set of activites and seminars, about data sovereignity and citizens rights 
    • Bologna has written a Riders Chart and Barcelona is creating a Guide for platforms.
    • Torino is working on an ecosystem to approach innovation and measure social impact, creating policies, facilitat startups and companies, by simplifying burocracy.
    • The city provides a model of thinking of itself as playing a major role in the promotion of public commons partnerships.
    • There is a possibility of an economy based on social exchange as a genuine alternative.
    • Not just dealing with Uber and AirBnB but as an oportunity to create a genuine alternative model of production
    • We've been looking at how these projects (in the commons realm) are working with UN SDGs and could be supported, scaled and elevated by cities.
    • Would be good for cities to support existing projects rather than create new ones
    • Sharing resources contributes toward the goals of SDG.
    • The collaborative economy usually gives rise to a legal framework that escapes the capacity of the local administration: cities often experience the impact but do not have the ability to change the rules of the game.
    • The public administration to be able to do proper public procurement processes requires a guarantor framework, with free concurrence, etc., and that does not go very well with collaborative dynamics based on building together.
    • Regarding collaboration between administrations, it is necessary to build shared spaces for the regulation of the collaborative economy.
    • The forum for the co-creation of public policies that has already been held in Barcelona, the days of the Procomú, was an opportunity.
    •  The climate change problem is social, not technological, we need social change and that starts with democracy, we need to focus on community, on people
    • To fight climate change we need spotting the green signs, brigning together neighbours,  strengthening local ecosystems
  • Proposals for city actions, collaborative initiatives and public policies (35)

    • Transfer of knowledge between cities Montreal, Barcelona, Seoul, Bilbao,... throught CITIES
    • We need to generate "real" intercooperation spaces between companies (by engaging products or services between the players in the free software system)
    • We need to adopt the FLOSS BCN platform as a space for intercooperation, extend it to FLOSS Catalunya, and think about its governance (Decidim could be an option).
    • Yearly Caps, Permit Systems, residency requirements, data transparency, platform liability
    • Policies, tools and specialized resources have been created, such as La Comunificadora, to bring the collaborative economy towards the values of the SSE  and the Commons Economy. (Barcelona)
    • A company in Denmark that has made a collective agreement, whoever is logged on the platform to  provide services, after doing the first 100 hours of services, becomes an employee of the company.
    • Crowdsourcing of jobs by tasks is occurring in the platform model,  it is externalized in the figure of the freelancer or the false freelancer (who is actually working for the platform without a work contract)
    • En los modelos de plataformas se está produciendo un crowdsourcing del trabajo en tareas y se externaliza en la figura del autónomo o el falso autónomo
    • Necessitem eines perquè la gent conegui els seus drets
    • No tenim dades sobre la quantitat de població que genera ingressos econòmics a través de plataformes a Barcelona
    • Una empresa en dinamarca que ha hecho un convenio colectivo, quien se apunte a prestar servicios en la plataforma, a partir de las 100 horas, pasa a ser empleado de la empresa.
    • We need tools for people to know their rights
    •  There is no data about the amount of population that gets an income through plataforms, in Barcelona
    • Decidim, participatory digital platform promoted by Barcelona City Council
    • Sharing Cities Alliance, a city network operated by an independent foundation
    • Superilles (Superblocks)
    • Regulating Bike Sharing Platforms to improve city amenities, in Melbourne (Australia)
    • Bathing culture - As a driver for sutainable living (Iceland)
    • Commons good pact, Bologna (Italia)
    • Riders chart, Bologna (Italia)
    • City Imagination Office, Bologna (Italia)
    • Barcelona, guide for platforms 
    • Bike Seoul, bike sharing system, Seoul (South Korea)
    • Residential parking lots, Seoul (South Korea)
    • Rooftop Sharing, Seoul (South Korea)
    • School Sharing, Seoul (South Korea)
    • City Lab Torinno, Torinno (Italy)
    • Torino Social Impact, Torinno (Italy)
    • DecidiTorino, Torinno (Italy)
    • La Comunificadora is a city council programme, but it's the result of years of grassroots activity about free software, free hardware, open design, groups etc.
    • The Catalan government has created a report on how to regulate the collaborative economy
    • The Barcelona city council has created a space for collaboration in the ecosystem called Barcola, where we are building common frameworks.
    • The Barcelona city council has created La Comunificadora, as a collaborative support program for entrepreneurship.
    • The Decidim platform is an example of collaboration and alliance with responsible public procurement
    • Jacinda Arden, New Zealand prime ministster, has changed GDP for the living standards framework (not city but public policy)
Steel Fire.svg

A cartography of actors Community Noun project 8285.svg Noun project 3067.svg

Organisations Noun project 288.svg

Organisations mentioned in the sessions

Projects Noun project 465.svg

Projects mentioned in the sessions.


Steel Fire.svg

Venues OOjs UI icon mapPin.svg

Loading map...


Teixidora Rĕzboiul saŭ stativele 1898 COLOR.svg

How to contribute? Noun project 143222.svg Ic phone android 48px.svg

To take collaborative notes

  • Use collaborative writing pads
  • You can access them from a mobile phone or laptop
  • You can find a link after each title, in the sessions list, this will lead you to collaborative notes
  • Once you access the pad you can write on it. Help identify challenges, opportunities, actors, organisations, projects, key words,..
  • Each editor has a different color. You can write anonymously or use your name or pseudonym.

Join in. Contribute. Let’s collectivise discourse!


To share the pictures you take

Commons logo.svg