Wouter Tebbens

Wouter Tebbens

Co-founder and President of the Free Knowledge Institute

Wouter Tebbens is co-founder and president of the Free Knowledge Institute. He works on the convergence between commons and social and solidarity economy enabled by free technologies.

He is also in the driving team of The Things Network Catalunya, the consumer and worker cooperative femProcomuns (“we do/make commons” in Catalan) and is coordinating the #CommonsCloud collaborative cloud platform. With an alliance of actors around FKI and femProcomuns he works to support platform cooperatives to develop commons-based sustainability models, through support programmes like la Comunificadora and The Things Network Catalonia.

Building the cooperative cloud

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Wouter Tebbens, Co-Founder and President of the Free Knowledge Institute; Chris Croome from UK co-op Webarchitects; Alexandre Bourlier and Sophie Rocher from happy-dev.fr  discussing their work developing a suite of cooperatively owned and managed open source tools to rival Google and Apple; a shared technical infrastructure to enable co-operators to move away from data harvesting […]

Co-op tools Joining the dots Technology
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Podcast: When Communities of practice meet the collaborative economy

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Join us for a conversation and live podcast recording between Kate Swade and Mark Walton from Shared Assets and Unlocking Networks, Wouter Tebbens, Co-founder and president of the Free Knowledge Institute, Laura James, Co-founder, Digital Life Collective, with Bernie Mitchell from  Ouishare Radio. They’ll be discussing strategies for bringing together the numerous disparate groups within […]

Joining the dots Podcast The Changing Narrative
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