[TESTING] Schedule for LOTE4

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23-26 October, 2014

(location t.b.c)

Fabrizio Barca General Director for Development at the Italian Treasury.

Ben Vickers Curator of Digital at Serpentine Gallery,unAbbot at the unMonastery.

We believe the ability to come together to take care of assets in an unstable context is a key skill for surviving and thriving in the future.

This event aims to set the foundations for a global Stewardship ecosystem encouraging free flow of information, knowledge and actors between different contexts, sectors and leadership roles.

Amelia Andersdotter Chair of the European Pirate Party. Previously member of the European Parliament on behalf of the Swedish Pirate Party.

Nadia EL-Imam Co-Founder and CEO of Edgeryders.Nominated for Parliament in Sweden in 2014.

William M Gumede is a senior associate and Oppenheimer fellow at St Antony’s College, Oxford, and author of Thabo Mbeki and the Battle for the Soul of the ANC, and South Africa in BRICS: Salvation or Ruination.

Robin Chase is the founder and CEO of Buzzcar, a peer-to-peer car sharing service, board member of World Resources Institute, World Economic Forum’s Transportation Council, and US National Advisory Council on Innovation and Entrepreneurship.


Event design

We will have three tracks: Communities stewarding

physical assets, communities stewarding digital

assets and communities stewarding communities.

We will have three roles: curators, stewards,

support team, but not spectators.

We will have three kinds of activities: keynotes to

get on the same page, parallel session to get in deep,

action workshops to try out some practical stewarding.

The event is designed to: encourage maximum

manageable diversity of participants in a process

engineered to ensure respectful and constructive

interaction between everyone involved.

Community stewardship: a third way?

Over the centuries, nation states all over Europe have

developed or acquired control of assets of all kinds. The

overarching logic behind this development and acquisition is

generally to enable the provision of public services. In recent

decades this model has become overstretched: states have

found themselves struggling to find the resources to keep

those assets manned so that provision of such services could

continue, and had to retreat from many non-core services.

Consequently, many such assets lie unused; some are

beginning to deteriorate.

In an effort to correct this situation, some public assets have

been turned over to the private sector. This move has had

mixed results: while some financial advantages for states have

indeed materialized, at least in the short term, many

privatization programs suffer unintended consequences. The

general consensus seems to be that it might be interesting to

explore new avenues.

Communities have been singled out as candidates for taking

care of some public assets, in particular those that can be used

to provide services to the community itself.

There is now evidence available to indicate that communities

can indeed provide stewardship. The EdgeRyders community

has itself accumulated significant experience in this area. We

believe the ability to come together to take care of assets in an

unstable context is a key skill for surviving and thriving in the




23-26 October, 2014

(location t.b.c)

Day 1 Day 2 Day 3
08:00 - 09:30 Welcome breakfast
09:30 - 10:00

Fabrizio Barca, General Director for Development at the Italian Treasury // Ben Vickers, unAbbot at the unMonastery

Amelia Andersdotter, Chair of the European

Pirate Party// Giulio Quaggiotto, Pulse Lab

Manager at UN Global Pulse

William Gumede, Founder Democracy Works

Foundation// Pam Warmhurst, Incredible


10:00 - 10:30 Coffee break

10:40 - 11:05

Who are the key actors and trends in Stewardship? Overview of the three parallel sessions

11: 05 - 13:00

Participants: Hazem Adel, Edgeryders Egypt

community manger// Alessia Zabatino, Project

coordinator for Open Pompeii// Dougald Hine,

Founder at Brixton Pound// Ela Kagel, Founder at

Supermarkt// Pier Francesco Maran, Alderman,

City of Milan//Jörgen Hermansson, Deputy Vice-

Chancellor at Uppsala University // You.

Participants: Paul Keller, Supervisory Board

Member at DutchCulture, centre for international

cooperation // Annemarie Naylor, Common

Futures// Simone Cortesi, Founder of Open

Street Map// Matthias Ansorg, Founder of

Makerfox and Earth OS.// David De Ugarte, Socio

de la Sociedad de las Indias Electrónicas You.

Participants: Robin Chase, Buzzcar// Daniel

Vaarik, Memokraat// Caroline Paulick-Thiel,

Founder of Prosumetime// Petros, Founder at

Freedomlab // Aidan Eyakuze, Associate

Regional Director at Society for international

Development// Vinay Gupta, Associate at UCL

Institute for Security & Resilience Studies// You.

13:05 - 14:20 Lunch

14:20 - 14:30

Unconference sessions: Introduction to talks and workshops proposed and selected by participants

14:30 - 15:30 unConference sessions#1 unConference sessions#2 unConference sessions#3
15:30 - 16:00 Coffee break
16:30 - 17:00 Plenary: Groups report back
17:00 - 18:00 unConference session \#4 unConference session \#5 unConference session \#6
18:00 - 18:30 Plenary: Groups report back

18:30 - 19:00

What have we learned? Wrap up of the discussions

19:00 - 20:00

Juha Van’t Zelfde, Artistic director of

Lighthouse in Brighton // Eric Osiakwan,

Technology entrepreneur and investor.

Rasigan Maharajh, chief director of Institute

for Economic Research on Innovation //

Noemi Salantiu, Founding Director and

Community Mangager at Edgeryders

Riel Miller, Head of Foresight at Unesco//

Nadia EL Imam, Founding Director and CEO

of Edgeryders

20:00 Dinner Dinner Dinner

22:00 The Stewardship Award ceremony and party

#LOTE4 Partnership
Old & new stakeholders

Diversity, dialogue, discovery

Openness, experience, evidence

} Documentation


New questions

Larger Research Project
Batch of ER nethnography

Development of open source

monitoring and analysis tools

{ Data collection // Online engagement

Research reports

Follow up events