Manifesto

P2P Models is a research project that combines social research and free/libre technologies to foster social and economic justice. Our challenge is to co-create inclusive decentralized tools and theories. We seek practical applications to facilitate collective action.

1.
Inclusive Tech

co-designed with communities to have an impact in their lives, while using open decentralized tech.

2.
Horizontality

we believe in collective and horizontal decision-making, and decentralization of power.

3.
Feminism

as a transversal practice to balance power, promote post-meritocracy, and value caring, invisible work, and a sustainable life.

4.
Commons-driven

with a fully open culture for our software, research and outcomes, while supporting commons-based communities.

5.
Diversity

since we collectively grow and learn through our differences and views, we seek and explore diverse methods, disciplines and people.

6.
Research

with social impact and strong principles: technology is not neutral, action-research methods, interdisciplinary environment.

Team

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Samer Hassan

Principal Investigator

Silvia Díaz Molina. P2P Models Feminist Anthropologist

Silvia Dimol

Feminist Anthropologist

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Maricruz Valiente

Senior Blockchain Developer

Genoveva López Morales. P2P Models Communication Strategist

Genoveva López

Comunication Strategist

David Rozas. P2P Models Geek Sociologist

David Rozas

Geek Sociologist

Elena Martínez Vicente

Elena Martínez

UX Sorceress

Antonio Tenorio. P2P Models team.

Antonio Tenorio

Governance Alchemist

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Eve Zelickson

Social Researcher

Paulo J. Colombo

Paulo J. Colombo

Blockchain Developer

Rosa Chamorro Financial & Administrative Matters

Rosa Chamorro 

Financial & Administrative Matters

Advisory board

Primavera de Filippi. P2P Models advisor.

Primavera De Filippi

CNRS & Berkman Klein Center at Harvard

Yochai Benkler. P2P Models advisor.

Yochai Benkler

Berkman Klein Center at Harvard

Mayo Fuster Morell. P2P Models advisor.

Mayo Fuster

UOC & Berkman Klein Center at Harvard

Balázs Bodó. P2P Models advisor.

Balázs Bodó

University of Amsterdam

Juliet Schor. P2P Models advisor.

Juliet Schor

Boston College

David Bollier. P2P Models advisor.

David Bollier

Schumacher Center for a New Economics

Silke Helfrich. P2P Models advisor.

Silke Helfrich

Commons Strategies Group

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Juan Pavón

Complutense University of Madrid