Project Description

episode zero

15 December 2020 | Rotterdam, The Netherlands

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This podcast is part of the project Open Source Governance. In this podcast we will discuss how to make collective decisions, and rethink the representative systems. Also, the terms and notions of collective decision making will be introduced, public sessions will be available to listen to, and most importantly, specialists and guests are invited to discuss several issues within the realm of different disciplines.

This episode is the introductory episode to the podcast in which you can learn what you can expect to receive by listening to this show.

The podcast is available to listen to on several platforms, including the website of the project:

www.opensourcegovernance.com

About Open Source Governance:
Open Source Governance aims to design a blueprint with which a group can collectively and inclusively form questions and find answers that can help organize their community. The project is an interdisciplinary research and social design process that uses debates, workshops, case studies, publications, and other mediums to empower groups to find possible ways of self-governing. This is done by investigating the wisdom of the crowd. At the core of the idea lies the notion of governmentality. The concept departs from the disappointment with the representative systems in inclusively and fairly organizing societies, and observation of available tools (namely open-source programming) that can replace or challenge the current systems in place.

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music:
Unanswered Questions by Kevin MacLeod
Backed Vibes Clean by Kevin MacLeod
Dances and Dames by Kevin MacLeod
all licensed under Attribution 3.0 Unported (CC BY 3.0)

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