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Creating Open Spaces for Innovation around the world

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good afternoon I'm here today to tell you about the environment that our hackerspace live inside inside outside Our and the some and to the pocket as you hear this is what the the the the the I don't know the have the this the so here converges to Jerusalem that's where I've been born and raised all my life that I don't think about Jerusalem that that's a infrastructure technological infrastructure is really strong and really advanced but the bad thing about Jerusalem that most of the policy entrepreneurs young entrepreneurs they integrate their businesses outside of Jerusalem because of the Israeli occupation that give them a lot of high taxes to pay so they have to go outside of Jerusalem for instance for for example sorry air from I want all tool and the other cities around the world it and there are there are actual policy and there living in non obvious that those uh occupation given another obviously notations for the form in the resistance inside Jerusalem but this is from a long and the city it is the most active city in the West Bank um also a law is uh not very strong in the technological infrastructure but it has a lot of people that comes from all around the was that and also the policy and other susceptible CS from Jerusalem goes from aligned open the resources over the so are this for me I had to work for me I had to to bring all the actors and alone because uh the capacity of high-quality developers that we have inside and cycle was found and to have a gun hackerspace that means you need to build the community and because the of that I decided to go back to the hunters grace as from a lot what because technology is not only the need for hackers please it's not not only thing that we need an actor's bees community is more important for me to build the hackers so we have we are still fresh were strong got the spacing you leave before I can there actually uh so we have this small community that we have
and that decision may thus be hackers behind a separation wall technology and community are both separated now because of his them along and that and technology here I mean all the hard work important hardware is a bit smaller and into answer promised so it's not easy to get and or find any hardware is inside of fun but
we still believe in our society because Palestinians are makers that are America's always the there the source all these handicrafts on about my Palestinians since hundreds of years so this culture has based on making and because of that I still believe that I will find a lot of neighbors and a lot of the robbers that will bring vectors based on how the the science workers the so the challenges that we're facing inside Palestine uh the lake of equipment because we I Ivester before there's not a lot of is inside posts I importing hardware is really almost impossible because it should pass through Israel borders but our our living inside the circle that is well controls the report gets into Boston and to import and the through the private the shipment companies it's really high I will be double the price and if Ali imported directly to Palestine I have to pay the taxes double because I'll pay that that's as far as well but the Texas for a policy of 2 following broke uh or on the current events in the control of from reports as well and tool legalize the hackers space so I have a lot of issues with that are but I and develop with our and your model uh Palestine and I have to solve a lot of these problems for example control without the controller from boards I have to move import some of the equipment's by my on my myself have because his son I live in Jerusalem so I get them through the uh rarely area so I I I implored although the I bring all the equipment's my myself to fall for that was bizarre dividend over most honored that bridge on commas the of the 1st project that we're on inside Palestine there was the 1st project we were little bit on a slide 5 months or so the ah we're on the 1st project in the hackerspace while the hackerspace didn't have a real space of physical space we just holding our computers are from place to place told me this uh for that happens it's an interactive projection mapping and it's based on the culture of it's based on the cultural heritage and encourage tourism for uh visiting villages uh next to the main cities for joint cars than for the instances uh and I'll show the
video among the room of our users using and you only have and so basically this is a huge very alters employed in the village you know what it's called Sancho church we don't the best the center was the uh game that that the famous site and that he could right and so we put 2 characters of dragons and and therefore I think the people already were fighting with each other to do players are playing in front of that's what's going on that we have and we made a prediction mapping from all the research so that this was the 1st project that we really need to and from the other side I don't have the video it was the dual of a lot of research in many have an an hour so the next thing I would like to so our objectives and now but what this to make a sustainable community uh and we almost got into that because we know that we were the university in the policy university that they don't have boss the space and we offer all students to come and work in the space for free uh innovation solutions we have a lot of people who are really smart all really good and development and they can make a lot of innovations hours so that's why I'm making actors presence of Palestine to make the ability to give the ability for the people to work on the hard words uh I also think and also for making a small port inside Jerusalem for the hackers space for the policy as well as to lives inside Jerusalem and still believe that they can build something inside Jerusalem the expanding about expanding thinking also to expand and build hackerspaces inside each Palestinians call the thus 2nd round
project that we run run it now it's uh prosthetics that we are building it now for giving the ability to rise to we are developing it for for making it able to give it for the victims of the lost long doesn't so almost limits during the war and that's it thank you the
and and all thank you thank and you no local over the as a random and so you'd be back in republic again this year I am only talking to you
guys today about the fantastic and Fontastic on intent of coworking spaces and before you do that and so I mentioned you know that the court in space kind of phenomenon starting a new in the US and Europe of based on you know this kind of idea of their own work anymore and this traditional works so as a matter of fact this alternative for this new economy for this digital copies or turn alternative to the to the corporate lifestyle and the on is common values of community building and knowledge sharing and this is space right here in Berlin 1 of the few places these places kind of like a model for a lot of places around the world including the northern neighbor over the southern there sorry and the African continent this is an image that Bongo IVA takeover and part of the of the labs network started on the usage might have heard of I hope as well but and you can see that it's definitely been mushrooming in Africa the past few years including my country Egypt 2 years ago my cofounder
and got up and spoke about knowledge after the revolution had started in each of how there's this massive mushrooming of coworking spaces needed actually since that time until now the past 4 years is probably of no than 30 of these spaces and we spoke about how the the final felt empowered enough to take matters into their own hands and dozens of initiatives part of and we're looking at the your model of to start and end and adapting it to the local context all since then there's been a
lot of events and not all of them made it out to Europe but pretty much we did have our 1st democratically elected leader who managed within 1 year to alienate everybody except the people his group was Muslim Brotherhood right that paved the way to the military assuming control right and now in 2013 well that took place and also some kind of violence and backlash to that occurred and as a result we are as as additions history 4 years after going in gaining our freedoms of speech and expression and the right to assemble we're as to give all that away and under the auspices of security right so as a matter of fact that it was not just offline it was online 2 and there's a few speeches years about cyber security and about the new draft law coming out for cyber you pretty out of conditions
and here's an offline space that the public had reclaimed after the revolution and this context is the arts it is a square right in from the old presidential palace this is no longer allowed anymore they have removed as offer the public areas and once when we had all of these different options after the revolution these no longer exist anymore it
serves and will so the it said and this is a picture of very relative is correct and that half of according parents and that 1 of the 25 that I mentioned and and and and these are on as their brothers and these are still some of the only pseudo public places safe places there still exist so as the revolution started in the mushrooming of all of the you try to get together to actually create co-create and develop a better Egypt together these are the places that actually still remain on a funny story actually about a year ago and some people were sitting in UI UX meeting it just happened that a lot of those individuals were bearded world but you can imagine just sitting in a room going to 1 of your water were charged and then all of a sudden that already had to draw breaks in the six-day policemen holding guns of to the participants tongue again against a wall put their hands up and they start searching them and asking for the ideas until they realize all these just co-workers this according to his resume know about this 1 this is fine they apologize and went home so it is actually a safe place but you know if they really know about it what happened is that the neighbors of a bunch of individuals and automatically racially profiled on call the police and they had come to see what's going on over there so this is an ideal city give you about the tense political climate that were in and that there are very very few places but coworking spaces are being 1 of the few places where you can actually congregated source space and I done this quite successfully no as mentioned earlier were green tech community power innovation of of working on a helping these you know helping our co-workers helping our community set of sustainable businesses and to be their based on solutions to the challenges faced by Egyptian communities so at this particular with this but so so based on an individual words have actually a PV workshop and a lot of our communities really into the green energy and you can see here a few individuals so you know we've got a pretty much 60 40 kind of makes between the genders and that's a that's the another and another avenue forward to break down these kind of taboos in a conservative society under the safe place for the women to come out and actually get together with a bunch of people start creating act
so hot that act upon the world OK so this is actually from the outside it should exactly about an industry can receive but the ideas we did this in really really tense conditions were really right next to that you square and past few years we've actually had a shutdown are hard because through this window through these about users tear gas coming through these are the conditions that we have to deal with and it's really this crazy contrast between people working and living or working inside on these of projects well outside absolute chaos is going on no so some of the fun
stuff that I read to got to do is find fuck but every day that we got to work and a lot of socially innovative stuff as well so all this had to really politics focused on the environment fully charges going out outside we got a broadened and as socially innovative side to see how we can create some solutions and this is and actually it it you know it became so this place that it became a launching pad for international organizations to interact with the user through this space in this particular example is with the United Nations development program in Egypt and how we're identification teacher you do for the 1st time and use our semi real interest which you put out the event and you get all the lights and then we learned after light you know getting ourselves in 2 thousand licenses with every event that not the 2000 are gonna come right so this particular 1 we you know we said OK you got a register RSVP we had hundreds of people trying to get into this worship so there's a lot of you know there's a lot of attention around I start a lot of people find that it's very safe place to come in and do the work that they wanted to so I scare is not the only space in Egypt there's also eyes together part of this network hubs uh I would say I salads Friday has another state space and you know within the same context and together as a network we try to show the best practices in order to continuously improve on what we're doing and continuously and tried to give the user a chance to to channel their energies and then restarted pretty new solutions for a better use of a new bird the solution so I think you mean fewer pH the the and in and and but I yeah until hi and so the answer is probably 2 thirds of the population of the world I'm a very nervous public speaker so 1st of all say makes for a given me a very difficult act to follow mult end I'll start with 2 questions and I'll appreciated if you get good answer with a show of hands 1st question is how many if you know where your taxes go even just like a rough idea of you know where your tax money basically go this is surely a lot that's not going on I expected my 2nd question is how many of you know what's going on with your country your city seat their cities education system the that's also a lot congratulations to you guys and I'm from I'm representing Indonesia and I have to say that we don't really have the same luxury that you can still be done really get answer these 2 questions that easily end but today I'm going to dip a bit into the answers of that that we found through Open Data introduce myself I me and I'm from the Open Data logic right half as you can tell me work with Open Data I'm hoping that most of you know what that this end and we are run by the World Wide Web Foundation which is funded by this guy how many of you guys know him they at least still couple he's Tim Berners-Lee and so a very very sure short background and that this is very abridged please don't put me on this because I I'm but how we were brought about is basically a bunch of experts got together and they were talking about Open Data in the potentials use and impact of it for them improving governance and there was the Open Government Data readiness assessment and Open Data for Development cut for developing countries findings report which brought about the readiness assessment Indonesia and which inspired the lab to be opened in Indonesia that's again a very abridged version of this and what did he do our efficient in very nice for instance would be that we want to harness the potential of open data to advance and foster the relationship between citizens this state in the private sector for a more transparent accountable and participatory governance and the pressured we use is basically we focus on 4 pillar is as see and we call it right sometimes the colored rice when we change training to capacity-building the but which is very appropriate for each and basically the way that but but makes a special is that we don't have 1 model that we use we build and develop several different models you and different solutions 4 and using open data because he found that you know there's not 1 specific model that works for instance right now there's a lot of the the current trend is that governments see this trend of opening their data and so everybody wants to do that but the problem is that even if they do open the gate had nobody wants to use it or the citizens than a how to use it so that's the most popular model but obviously it doesn't work the and that's why we have to tailor them self
just very quickly again I'll give you a brief back down on information in Indonesia this is a very complicated name but basically it translates to the Freedom of Information Act in Indonesia which was an implemented in 2008 the big difference how many of you know the difference between freedom of information and Open Data they say so just explain it quickly freedom of information means that citizens can legally axes government data by a request but it doesn't mean that the government has to actively publish the data when you open data it means that the government actually will not just the government but also the private sector and and the all kinds of institutions that have data actually proactively publish and share it so that's the big difference of it this is a big step already for a country like Indonesia to have them an FOI Act but we found that it's not enough there's frustration going on because there's this act but nobody is taking advantage of it citizens don't know about it or worse case scenario the citizens don't know what to do with the data so what we do is basically we bridge that and I'll give you 2 of our sample projects this 1 is a project that we have in for he still in the Philippines into an entity and it focuses on fiscal transparency the model that we use that here is kind of the
inverse of the popular model to data which is basically we found partners to work with the 1st the a souls who were interested in and fiscal transparency issues and that's where we cited rather than a government arm and then we we meant return we provided them with the skills as they engage with the government and what to do with the data in the 1st place and then they designed individual projects for the cities which are related and died entered the pollen in the Philippines and solenoid energetic right Indonesia so they designed their own little projects and right now for implementing it and where the learning and evaluation stage we found a couple of very interesting things and I'll focus on the truck truck right 1
because this 1 is a rather funny sorry this book here and I'm not kidding about this this is 5 inches thick this is the physical transparency data for truck temperature for 2 thousand in well for 13 of then they had 3 of those so our partner was idea chapter pride and they translated that into a newspaper so that think there is basically all the information you see in that paper is the collated information of 3 times this book what does that newspapers it gives this citizens the idea of where exactly the tax money goes so there's a column for health there's a column for education there's a column for social development and there's some indicators there like for health how much money went to maternity care how much money went for and public clinics and stuff from 2012 to 2014 that in itself helps the citizens thought because this already gives them an idea of where the Texas go so zooming in on it is and we found interesting things like an 2000 the 2014 the budgetary percentage for health was actually lower than 2003 teams but the actual monetary figures were higher which implicated that the overall budget for 2014 was actually a lot higher the findings were like the biggest country contributed to the city's income were service taxes from hotels and you know that 20 per cent service charge I'm land taxes property acquisition taxes and electricity use taxes if any 1 of you wants invest buying a house in Indonesia here is at a a 2nd project is an action and it
focuses on education this is a bit of the more traditional approach to it where the government wanted to open the data but they didn't know what data set to open in the 1st place and what to do with it so are model was basically to 1st find the as those who wanted to work with it and then the help them articulate what they want to prioritize and they decided on education and the top and the government the government opens the data at each frame both sides that both the government how to open a detainee train the CIA is also what to do with the data and then you build a bridge between them which answers the question of sustainability because you know now vacant to work together with each other quick
finding was that for instance in 2012 face and the date now and based on a day 10 2012 both private and public schools performed worst of for the subject of physics but it would look like in 2004 they were performing best for physics that actually they were in the truth is that the performance of our method chemistry which is getting a lot worse which raises the question of why did that happen this is another
interesting the thing that we discovered in 1 of his schools bond action they had 600 in 8 students and only 8 bathrooms that would mean like 76 students for every 1 bathroom so that's pretty much like 6 thousand participants of Republic up with a handful of bathrooms in the stadium right now are as my friend aptly said it's like prison and the great thing about this with us was that the government actually promise to do something after they discovered this and yet said to sum it all up Indonesia is growing right now there's a very strong hacker culture growing and you know there are a lot of clubs popping up in Jakarta and body and bundled and and there is an increasing demand and opportunities for hackathons for meet up and even just you know regular citizens and organizations demanding to open up data which leads to the creation of apps and collaborations and stuff and this this leads to a higher this leads to a change of from a culture inspired by the tap and it actually increases the supply and demand for open data analysis thank you
and the yeah the that the hello everybody is of the nature to be here I'm from Colombia anticipatory to to be part what with my other a decay their partners in I will talk about the poleward whole from narratives for learning and transformation we ruin AI were spaces in Latin America that our disparity narratives and local context directives it for the work that we do so always talk about here ability on what our we doing with a Peoria appear is the name of the local spaces so basically we are on a new adaptation model we are on learning a model is basically in experiences that experiences are inspired by the narratives so basically narratives had the weight to create situations it will people to understand who they are in a what is here the a heritage I'll hold they can improve it so for example if we identify yet there at the reading that you send and that we could do a directory the and we could to would be uh where mainstream and that application will inspire rose to create the solutions and to create applications on any kind of thing that we call it do we that there are or for Hempel helped or local business so narratives at different steps in our work this article and these for assured to work on different contexts when we talk about the content we token payable to content is the kink but the context is the queen sell it for us is a parks is squarest churches sales cemeteries affairs any place could be a good place to create an experience and to clear and to create an activity basically the connections of merit the of contexts divorce and because the line is to go ahead but had a and technology a divorce the oppurtunity to create a more engaging in experiences creating content as experience as solution democratizing creation and development tools it today we have a lot of a creation out of it all of that the promised to create solutions for a were all compasses so basically merit its context and technology our data in a way that we do to create that that kind of experiences In some examples of deictics uh off that expresses a I was the first one it by transmedia aid these in the activities remain in learning explains that that we open it in breast sealed in this so in binaural this all of Brazil they are fishermen community in fact was the same commodity that the German football soccer game shoes for it builds days training center for the world cup I don't know if you have something about that what it was the same community on on that committee we open Award phrases by so affairs superior it is the work all parity for that community the opportunity to given day off the world and for us to create a out there that people and new services and new but the from 4 stories so for example by 2 does media was important the a tool we create new way or for its offerings of 1st Tories in and to create an experience in a off exploration of recording that there was used in an interactive map of the community is integrated with the element of the it it typically it always mups are very boring if you open up the reason up maybe you don't can't use the information about the places so hold to connect the context the technology and the narrative to grade that so bike that media was 1 of them it what the product was efficient with 3 units that predict was amylopectin partnership with some telecommunications companies so all where a whole Iot challenge was was it it to work with at the this of if fisheries in basically the experience was navigation is the management for them and their results was an e-commerce that the form to sell fish through the internet to connect for example the fishermen and the local restaurants stroke any comments that the forum and to give it an application to make a declination and cute all intermediaries that they have on on their day by day and a working with the local histories so basically in know company we work with a motility basically in 3 topics discovered experiment and embedded on what is that the discovery is a narrative a that calls to action that goes to explore and really more of a boat and a specific issue or questions about it the local context the experimentation is the action to go to the real to use mobile devices for example to collect data to make it that the gardening and to understand more bolted that project they are in in which that died out with that information we goal it to the invention of the invention is in making action tool people for the live for develop a solution a product or a service were response to the challenge so always centers so would leavening hopes our schools what uh they have to companies because it it we create we real products and the real services it for that the different contexts there exists a every could drug contents help content a logistics handcrafted their market head of what their energy education security so it remains to include be connect it all innovation to context and to the local implications in Cologne gets we are happening we have very good moment is a we're creating 1 of the most vigorous dt political systems in Latin America in the our country like no to be it 1 of their leaders it to create applications for the base of the environment a more than 7 a median of fully cable but connections added it being delivered throughout the rural areas and a more than 5 thousand point of the annexes axis is the Iris around in a in intake on 3 issues in the context is a correcting for example in and you get when we are ruining aware 2nd up yeah it at the educational part it would appear what using 1 of that educational parts but basically our open public spaces for the rural areas they when you titrate mechanics for this mechanism for the changes and the space is there for teachers and narratives therefore assure here we like to create a new narrative for Columbia new history for photo a concrete we are now in negotiation of PCA with bigger really as a we our in note thinking what he's free will we would tell for the water boat Columbia what these these new narrative for Colombia if the forces the displacement reduce have been 70 per cent size in proposed 3 in in Colombia uh near 40 per cent less confrontation between Ottoman forces band it 23 thousand it's so all basically we are in a new history moment we do have their technological interest after we have seen with a couple of capabilities of a region so over right how history and put this causing context disintegration initiative that call this pull all the senses of this and this to put could tool to explore the roller to to explore the real world and to let the real problems to go inside the school still work we take in significant contain what with significant issues and creating a a real projects soul may all be responsibly to create a new narratives your own context thank you very much look at the uh the well thank we have another 15 minutes left actually at universities of moderation but I give it a start in
that you were talking about context looking at these are like really and a context either it's so just very description do you understand each other do you understand that men with these problems of Palestine in to some extent but but the colors that you know I'm not where I don't get to see or experience when he does so you know you could I could understand it from his presentation but he mentioned like problems with bringing in and the materials and things like that that's something I hear about but I don't experience it so for me it's it's always this kind of separation form of understanding yeah and I'm sure I I would think that these guys also kind of feel the same the but what would be a common denominator sorry what is the common denominator and explain that to the audience what is actually that each of our countries face a lot of challenge walls when it comes to you know innovation spaces it's a cave drawing from my personal opinion that there's this big hype about innovation spaces and maker spaces and then all these things in it's it's bit a bandwagon that a lot of people want to train out but actually behind the scenes there is a lot of problems going on in these are very real problems that everyone has to face so silly and has issues in Palestine and you have not even going to tell in each the if other and you know it's it's complicated the the only thing that that every context and they believe that Coletti never the singular our problem that we have in the country need to be solved it it 1st of all we have to wait for it should creativity and innovation may be any technology should be different in maybe not quite all innovations unknowable it really should be should be the same in the in the context is this particular book in the output connection that is for example I am having it this week and the changing experiences with other GATE you people use it to to the to fight in that we all have it the power to change over all context in 1st of all they connecting maybe not all digital technologies should be you necessary maybe social technologies so maybe to mean to make something when the things that we have our own we bought all we have the potential to change the we're all context from the bottom to the top I should like to add to that of Martinez that in the in the global cell the thing we face a lot of the same challenges and then you may be in Europe than in the United States whereas you hear a lot of the innovative solutions around you know how my going to get a taxi a clicker or how might you have you know the 1st world problems were as we have some really really serious issues you mentioned the bottom of the pyramid before I sparrows also by focusing on this on demographic and we're losing the appropriate technologies and and try and tree then makers spaces and I think this is something that can actually go from hot of every year for the past 3 years a lot of effort loves birds coming to the Global Innovation gathering and I think a lot of this knowledge sharing that happens at this space is very important because we recognize each other's challenges so the well that's where I think I think that every every country has its own workers facial based every best looks at needs in the country and they want to focus how to solve these problems by the same time you have the same challenges from the country the freedom to use them they stop you at some level formal um for my situation fleas on saying that all you have guns in your interest bristles salsa LSI and um so what I think about sharing always knowledge original around telling you cello also limits on a what we did also Digg that we have this experience that we share all these things together the as reported just like a something for world like knowing where to get to and where not to get to at some point and I usually have allowed the non thanks everyone was great to hear stories and I think the power of Jake is then to the obligor you share with each other and learn from each other I you know that 6 stories are important and be interesting here from each of you 1 thing you wish you knew before you start that you would make a lot of enemies with the new I would say that I think it's really really important to identify the needs of the community when you start on you know trying to create 1 of these spaces this topic of our panel your opening innovation spaces and to kind of come in from the outside and implanted spaces by 1 of the worst ideas you can come up with so it's very important unionized whenever someone considers that they want to have a nice we go to their community and we run an event and received the communities involved or not they're the ones who were going to eventually champion and then you know open another eyes or not and so I think of them as 1 of the most important things to realize when planning to to to start a space whole argument Republic of forest wardens the on following the IAEA announces the there's for example on the on normative journals looking at people and where are the spending the tunnels of Time very are always after after the work of and so there's a lot of the block resembles a lot of snickers will not doesn't and body care about them so much they don't spend their spare time immersed in through the kitchen uh so I thought about I have to adjust I've seen many actors places of many places so all my also my side is fortunate to think about interstitialise sort through approaches for from and all 1 need to reduce the senses promised son because there's a lot of people that want a lot to do with such things and there's a lot of people got great minds and rich innovations and in ideas so they can help the community and help people to to get him to innovation this isn't solve all problems that we face in so most related I think of a word or a big challenge she's in Colombian pursue ways to connect to their local ecosystems and the National ecosystems that digital ecosystem for example it digital ecosystem in general terms of formant 4 of to 4 things they entrusted through interest to the the views collected the Internet communicative things it's services services that use use that use that infrastructure for example boys data in location-based services will be spent and these are they offer so we are in the moment it because we create apps apps that use that services and that ups that are created for people for sure with more people using applications morning 1st do you have with morning 1st to more services for more services more ups for more people for morning 1st so create local ecosystems is very important we are only a part of or point on the change of that systems what is very
important to create that kind of consistent they that being that this is the main challenge that we have issued in memory had to make this kind of innovations have and is also adding that to that and I think 1 of the biggest challenges faced today and this is not singling out Indonesia I think this is for a lot of space also in Africa and and just generally the global sound it's a very very easy to sell the idea of come what we do because it sounds really sexy it's it's it sounds so positive it's easy to highlight another success stories that there are problems behind it that are very real arm like I don't want to go into that but for instance maybe there's an issue with say salaries are accessibility or you're being shut down because what you're doing might not exactly be something that you know a private institution or some order government wanted something that there very real stories like that for the a lot harder to address because they're just not in the forefront they're not fit you know sexy marketing that's going on behind all these spaces the new rooted in is and in as you every year 1 of our biggest operators have sustainability of financial sustainability a lot of these uh spaces started with support of uniform international is that a different business models but that is the biggest concern and how do we continue in the future and have financially sustainable manner and uh there's been a grid uh there's been a lot of diverse ideas and I think were were were really a lot of these spaces are maturing and finding out the runways right now we're as a lot of other things are really struggling so this is you know what we want to answer your question what we you know we wish you like a sound business plan to take us all the way into the future of in in the the hi and thanks for the great insights and my question was what Martin also mention that connecting closer to the local ecosystems and their use of the the the private companies in the private sector and particularly regarding things like software-development up development so maybe that's the maker space but um I you are you finding a challenging you opposed to to working closely with the private sector because just looking at the demand and where the money can come from 4 people working on this basis for start ups the private sector obviously a choice uh Warhol the how engage the companies that are in your local ecosystems the the very good question in I think that things so out of the important in a difference 1 is it to connect with the values it we we have tried to connect in year period with the body change from the telecommunications shares thereby you added services change at all we can create a new generation of applications for the base of the primary of they on the base the permit the In the communities we strongly believe that that a new generation of solutions will not be delivered development team the main countries or in the main innovation that technology Hobbes what we a to and you believe that there is a new kind of it's it's will be developed in the communities on in the in the focus of the province is the opportunity to use for example talking about a variable by look at a system of of the value of that so is a system in it are moving to be a mass market to be I need market and is very important because any won't know more about the problems that is the local in a community of local ecosystems in the companies have the important issue as well is tool IV for polisen and to make our work is to endure we for example connecting in so many development companies and so for companies who have also to create a the products that we are in co-creating with the with the with the people in the Committee's so thing that that hold approach that in market will do it with this kind of opportunities is to make a co-creation with the communities to goal to the community to maybe they put 1 developer 1 design it I 1 community were to leave it here for more once we the people here are and to understand all on it to create I callable radical solutions that could be pro at through time and the older really kind of approach for the code for the industry could be that will give socialist possibility but did not think the traditional way book you know of new social businesses approach connected this social investment with the businesses not of like thinks about the off of of the business because when you talk about this can develop OK Polk with my before that age when we spoke with my in a situation knowledge maybe it the companies need to create as well and the generation of value I mean that is about into thinking social businesses in that I think that generates in but and that can do if it generates every everything new would like to do so I give an example of a hollow eyes character private sector and and you know would have to divide this I think Marjorie touched upon you to go agrees on a focus on the which is only a small businesses in our sensory we approach social enterprises of being 1 ourselves and then there's a corporate side so the social enterprises smaller guys and then the corporate side and we interact with both of them in different ways so for example for going I have a uh make us on Arrakis on whatever you wanna call it to develop a certain product together co-create and then we invite academia we've invite the social enterprises civic society and we also co-create will you the expertise of the so for example we had a selective onto the other renewable energy company would come into play here whereas the big would be for example sponsoring the whole event on giving that incentives community come together and and and and take place in these events so that's that's 1 way we work with the private sector and the yeah well 1 more question OK and if I don't have the sound like method and a question for DMIs time I think I you mentioned as you said you wished you would known before that you would make many enemies doing what you do I'm just wondering who were some of those an image should have a case for high so we don't really need so many strong enemies and you know the very very sense of the word but the to face a lot of oppositions for it but you face a lot of reluctance for instance when especially when you work with the government and you want to open their data 1 of the biggest concerns is that if we open detailed what stops the citizens from you know it just changing this data and then publishing it somewhere else and then propagating that fall state as you know I'm in a negative light or something that that's that's always a concern and you also you also face a lot of other challenges like when you're working with civil society for instance and they're very very dedicated to something that they they tend to focus on that rather than you know trying to expand it more so for instance you say hey how about we collaborate on this and then it's a bit difficult to see to that direction it's it's not like we're ending after each other with pitchforks but there's always a lot of hesitation in a lot of restraint coming from you know a lot of different parties that that OK matching these rule somewhere thank you very much for this you know thank my
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Titel Creating Open Spaces for Innovation around the world
Untertitel Insights from Egypt, Palestine, Columbia
Alternativer Titel Creating Open Spaces for Innovation worldwide
Serientitel re:publica 2015
Teil 173
Anzahl der Teile 177
Autor Shawar, Samer
Restrepo, Martín
Karunungan, Denise
Radwan, Muhammad
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DOI 10.5446/31956
Herausgeber re:publica
Erscheinungsjahr 2015
Sprache Englisch
Produktionsort Berlin

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Abstract Europe has led the way in the evolution of diverse coworking and innovation spaces for the past decade. These alternative work and life concepts have transcended continents and have taken different shapes and forms with different aims and impacts across the world, in South East Asia, South America as well as Europe's southern neighbors Africa and the MENA region. What role do hackerspaces and coworking spaces play in countries struggling with socioeconomic and political challenges?

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