These are commons-related groups and organizations of global relevance,
doing great work, which we wholeheartedly support.
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- Anthroposphere Institute
- Community Intelligence Ltd
- Commons Strategies Group
- Creative Commons
- Digital Library of the Commons
- Global Commons Trust
- The Heritable Innovation Trust
- International Association for the Study of the Commons
- On the Commons
- Peer 2 Peer Foundation
The mission of the Anthroposphere Institute is to enable humankind to champion, participate in, and protect the global commons based on an understanding of the prior unity of all life.
Their mission is to contribute to such a world, by amplifying collective intelligence and wisdom in organisations and social systems. We do that by combining social, cognitive, and electronic technologies for resilience, innovation, and regeneration.
A partnership to help advance the commons as a paradigm in diverse settings -- both in theory and practice. Working on four continents, we catalyze and assist commons-based projects, activism, research and public education with a great variety of partners.
This is the definitive site for Creative Commons licenses which are now available in 53 countries. Creative Commons is a nonprofit corporation dedicated to making it easier for people to share and build upon the work of others, consistent with the rules of copyright.
The Digital Library of the Commons (DLC) is a gateway to the international literature on the commons.
A growing group of individuals, organizations and other non-proprietary stakeholders who believe that shared resources should be held in trust for the commonwealth of the planet. We believe that a Global Commons Trust is needed so that the worldâ€™s commons are recognized and protected through a binding international trust for the benefit of humanity and all beings.
Having been finalized in East New Britain, Papua New Guinea, it is not subject to any expiration of copyright under any international convention. All knowledge in the trust is held in a perpetual, inalienable trust which shall benefit the knowledge stewards and their off-spring with out term or expiration.
This is the official site of the International Association for the Study of the Commons whose best-known member is Nobel Prize Winner Elinor Ostrom. It links to an archive of academic papers, as well as the Associationâ€™s journals.
A network of citizens and organizations exploring new ways to achieve social justice, environmental harmony and democratic participation at all levels of society.
The Foundation for P2P Alternatives proposes to be a meeting place for those who can broadly agree with the following propositions... Read More
A nonprofit online magazine that tells the story of sharing. We cover the people, places, and projects bringing a shareable world to life. And we share how-tos so you can make a shareable world real in your life.