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Wednesday, July 5
 

14:00

Opening
Our great opening featuring
- Mike Zuckerman, Kyebando Green Movement, Leap frog urbanism: from refugee camps to the cities of the future
- Pia Mancini, Co-founder, Open Collective - Cities as open collectives
- Mark Watts, Executive Director, C40 - Facing climate change through a network of cities

***Ouverture***

Nous avons le plaisir d'ouvrir le OuiShare Fest 2017 avec:
- un invité surprise
- Pia Mancini, Co-fondatrice d'Open Collective - Cities as open collectives
- Mark Watts, Directeur exécutif, C40 - Faire face au changement climatique grâce à un réseau de villes


Speakers
avatar for Pia Mancini

Pia Mancini

CO-FOUNDER, OPEN COLLECTIVE
Pia Mancini is committed to open-sourcing democracies in the digital age. She wants to enable every citizen to participate in day-to-day politics. She co-founded the DemocracyOS foundation, which designed a digital tool for citizen engagement, and the Net Party, an Argentinian po... Read More →
avatar for Mark Watts

Mark Watts

Executive Director, C40
Mark Watts has served as the Executive Director for C40 Cities Climate Leadership Group since December 2013. Prior to joining C40, Mark was the Director of consultancy firm, Arup’s, energy and climate change team. Earlier in his career, he was the climate change and sustainable transport adviser to the Mayor of London, in which role the London Evening Standard described him as... Read More →
avatar for Mike Zuckerman

Mike Zuckerman

Freespace
Mike has gained tremendous national and international attention for his work as the co-founder of [Freespace], Mike considers himself a “Culture Hacker” continuing to push the boundaries of shared economy models and their impact on the development of innovation ecosystems; energizing sustainable development efforts and supporting grass roots community... Read More →


15:00

Happy people are connected people - Developing your social network means developing yourself
Research in network science shows that our relationships are beneficial in life activities as diverse as job search, inter-firm collaboration, diffusion of innovation, and even being happy and keeping healthy. Our friends unlock a true treasury of resources that could be unattainable or invisible otherwise.
This highly interactive workshop familiarizes you with this knowledge while helping you develop ideas and concrete plans to leverage your own network for your personal and professional goals. You will learn to assess strengths and weaknesses of your current social network, devise possible improvements, and feel the power of networks and their hidden resources more generally. Specifically, you will use the tool “Networking Wishlist” to experience how you can tap into our collective network and fulfil your wishes.

***Les gens heureux sont des gens connectés - Développer son réseau social équivaut à  se développer soi-même***

Speakers
avatar for Miriam Notten

Miriam Notten

Managing consultant, La Red
Miriam Notten is managing consultant at La Red, Delft, Netherlands, with specialization in social and organizational network analysis. She has more than 12 years of experience in taking network science into everyday business and life. Through consultancies, training and coaching... Read More →
avatar for Paola Tubaro

Paola Tubaro

Senior Research Scientist, CNRS
I am a senior researcher at CNRS, Paris, France. I study social networks and how they shape markets, organisations, consumer choice and health. Beyond computer-based social networks, I use survey methods to capture face-to-face relationships and capture the multiple channels thro... Read More →



Wednesday July 5, 2017 15:00 - 16:00
04. Studio 1 place de la Pointe, 93500 Pantin

15:00

Finance, Regulations & Coliving
Benoit Serceau, a serial tech and real estate entrepreneur, will explore the feasibility of co-living in France and Europe adopting a regulation and finance lense.

***Finances, régulations et habitats partagés***

Moderators
avatar for Benoît Serceau

Benoît Serceau

Co-founder & co-director, BFS Investment

Speakers
avatar for Nicolas Buchoud

Nicolas Buchoud

Co-Founder, Renaissance Urbaine
Nicolas BUCHOUD, 42, is a trusted metropolitan entrepreneur and expert of complex global urban ecosystems. President of the awardee and not for profit think-tank Grand Paris Alliance. He co-leads Renaissance Urbaine, the tactical urban R&D company he has established with Dr Lan-P... Read More →
avatar for Frédéric Laupretre

Frédéric Laupretre

Entrepreneur Impact Investing & Sustainable Development, Impact Logement Conseil SAS
avatar for Gérald Paulmier

Gérald Paulmier

Founder & CEO, GNC shared living
Hospitality and real estate investor and investment, asset management and development advisor since 2009 after two international professional careers (in automotive development and in product and service development management consultancy).Embraced the shared living segment by fo... Read More →


Wednesday July 5, 2017 15:00 - 16:00
06. Coliving 1 place de la Pointe, 93500 Pantin

15:00

From vision to change: shaping the story of your city
For the first time in history, our participatory tools give citizens more power than ever before, to make a change. Ecosystems become more interconnected, societies become more diverse. In an ever more interdependent society, it´s important to build open platforms to connect ecosystems with each other - international and beyond. Democratic engagement needs a number of communication tools available and accessible for every citizen. Open source platforms may be a key for information. But still there are many ways of communication: face-to-face, one-to-many, many-to-one, different media and various types (news, talks, chats, comments,...) – which are the most valuable ones? Furthermore, public spaces – where democratic engagement occurs – are changing – on- and offline. Therefore, civic identities are changing. But in what way?
How can we foster emotional engagement between citizens - not only the most connected ones - and the city, to improve their sense of belonging and ultimately to spark action?

***De la vision au changement: façonner l'histoire de nos villes***

Moderators
avatar for Emile Hooge

Emile Hooge

consultant, nova7
Working in uncertain times. Urbanising technology. Building resilient cities. Futures explorer, user researcher, services designer. Consultant and partner at Nova7

Speakers
avatar for Dominique Alba

Dominique Alba

CEO, APUR
avatar for Gulraiz Khan

Gulraiz Khan

Transdisciplinary Designer, Habib University
Gulraiz Khan is a transdisciplinary designer who works on civic engagement in low-income communities. As an urbanist, he is interested in developing grassroots engagement methods that can help communities thrive through political and environmental flux. He is currently working as... Read More →
avatar for Virginie Reymond

Virginie Reymond

VP of miscellaneous Stuff, Seedspace
After studying international hospitality management, Virginie joined the Seedstars family to help support and foster local entrepreneurial ecosystems via their coworking space network, Seedspace. | | Seedspace is a learning, working and living environment empowering tech e... Read More →
avatar for Manuela Yamada

Manuela Yamada

Partner and Innovation Director, MateriaBrasil
An enthusiastic industrial designer and entrepreneur who believes we can change the system through collective work and open innovation. | | Partner and innovation director at MateriaBrasil, a studio for projects and consultancy in applied circular and commons economy for de... Read More →

Featured contributors
avatar for Maria Augusta Bueno

Maria Augusta Bueno

Founder, São Paulo Lab
Maria Augusta Bueno is an architect and urban designer with a passion for bottom up and collaborative urbanism. She founded São Paulo Lab in 2015 aiming at fostering open source civic innovation to tackle the urban challenges that citizens from big cities like São Paulo face in t... Read More →

Wednesday July 5, 2017 15:00 - 16:00
03. Lab 1 place de la Pointe, 93500 Pantin

15:00

Sacred chants opening circle
We welcome you with presence and music! This year, the Floating Fest will make space for Hólos .:. The Being Experience, on the waters of Canal Ourcq.Water represents very special elements in human life at our times: emotions, relationships, sexuality, creativity, co-creation and more. Human bodies are made of 70-90% of water. The more these inner waters move, the healthiest we are, and the more we are able to flow as we wish.Bring your instruments and/or just come in, while we play and pray for our inner Waters and the Waters of the Earth!

*A Hopi Elder from Arizona once said:"There is a river flowing now very fast. It is so great and swift that there are those who will be afraid. They will try to hold on to the shore. They will feel they are torn apart and will suffer greatly. (...) Know the river has its destination. The elders say we must let go of the shore, push off into the middle of the river, keep our eyes open, and our heads above water.(...) Where is your water? Know your garden. It is time to speak your Truth. Create your community. Be good to each other. And do not look outside yourself for the leader. (...) All that we do now must be done in a sacred manner and in celebration. (...) We are the ones we've been waiting for."

***Le cercle des chants sacrés*** 

Speakers
avatar for Michelle Grambeau

Michelle Grambeau

Experience Designer | Firestarter | Wellbeing Artist, World Wide Well & Amanitas
Michelle Grambeau is a student and educator in the practices of yoga, meditation and spiritual ecology as well as the founder of World Wide Well, a Silicon Valley based company, implementing holistic Well Standard programs for fast-paced tech teams and place-based communities.  In her roles as ecosystem partner for the... Read More →
avatar for Vanessa Moutinho

Vanessa Moutinho

CEO, Founder & Heart, Fértil | Hólos
All that is Human and True in your Heart. | | Vanessa Moutinho is a social innovator, entrepreneur, netweaver, holistic therapist and Fértil’s CEO. Inspired by the complexity of our era and catalyst of spiritual awakening, she creates and holds spaces in diverse fields f... Read More →


Wednesday July 5, 2017 15:00 - 16:00
08. Floating Fest Canal de l'Ourcq

15:00

Gender in the city: creating safer and more inclusive urban environments for women
In a city, people have different needs and uses of the environments they inhabit. The urban environment should be efficient and livable, and above all feel safe for everyone.A gender perspective is absolutely essential in the debate to imagine cities of the future, considering the different needs and uses for spaces which relate directly to a gender identity. In most of the cities, women and LGBTQA people are not safe or excluded from the urban planning. Taking gender into account in public policy is called gender mainstreaming. This panel will explore the need to build cities with gender and women in mind, from different perspectives, countries and cultures.

***Le genre dans la ville: créer des milieux urbains plus sûrs et plus inclusifs pour les femmes.*** 

Moderators
Speakers
avatar for Iman Bibars

Iman Bibars

Regional Director, University of Sussex
avatar for Emad Karim

Emad Karim

Global Youth Engagement Lead, UN Women
Emad Karim is the Global Youth Engagement Lead at HeForShe, UN Women. He has more than 10 years of experience and academic background in designing and managing youth programs and technology-based solutions for development. His experiences and skills are drawn from the small villa... Read More →
avatar for Aurélie Salvaire

Aurélie Salvaire

Founder, The A Factor and Shiftbalance
Masculinity :) | | Aurélie Salvaire has been working for the past 10 years in the social innovation field, collaborating with Oxfam, Ashoka, Unreasonable Institute and Impact Hub. | She founded and curated different TEDx events and especially TEDxBarcelonaWomen... Read More →


15:00

Democracy needs a serious technological update, here comes civic tech
Democracy is a work in progress and shall not be taken for granted. Aiming to address the structural flaws of our institutions  and stimulate citizen engagement, civic technologies find themselves in a deadlock. Although opening government through transparency, participation and collaboration has proven impactful, online participation is quantitatively and qualitatively low and, the technical infrastructure of some our online democratic tools is more opaque and centralized than our current institutions. Drawing on the experience of Open Source Politics in digital democracy as well as the expertise of international speakers, we will outline best and worst practices to build open and efficient concertation processes that guarantee sense, power and time. 

Speakers
avatar for Amélie Banzet

Amélie Banzet

Head of Open government programme, Etalab
Amélie Banzet is in charge of the Open government programme within Etalab, the French task force for Open data and Open government. | Etalab is part of the Secretariat-General for Government Modernization, within the Prime minister office, where it carries out radically inn... Read More →
avatar for Paul-Marie Carfantan

Paul-Marie Carfantan

Instigator, Civic Lab Barcelona
Paul-Marie is a French postgraduate student at LSE and, a civic tech entrepreneur everywhere else but especially in Barcelona. Since 2016, Paul-Marie has been successfully working and collaborating in a series of projects within the structure he co-founded to democratize digital... Read More →
avatar for Valentin Chaput

Valentin Chaput

Co-founder and co-chair, Open Source Politics
Valentin Chaput has a ten years background in French and European politics and public affairs. He co-founded Open Source Politics (social start-up) and Open Democracy Now (cycle of hackathons) to promote the development of civic digital commons in France. He intervene as an exper... Read More →
avatar for Virgile Deville

Virgile Deville

Civic tech entrepreneur @Open Source Politics @Democracy Earth and @Open Democracy Now, Open Source Politics
Graduated from Sciences Po Paris and HEC Montréal, Virgile is a civic tech entrepreneur. He co-founded Open Source Politics (OSP), a startup that implements open source civic tech software for public institutions. Last year OSP worked on over 20 online and offline consultation p... Read More →
avatar for Pia Mancini

Pia Mancini

CO-FOUNDER, OPEN COLLECTIVE
Pia Mancini is committed to open-sourcing democracies in the digital age. She wants to enable every citizen to participate in day-to-day politics. She co-founded the DemocracyOS foundation, which designed a digital tool for citizen engagement, and the Net Party, an Argentinian po... Read More →


Wednesday July 5, 2017 15:00 - 16:00
05. Factory 1 place de la Pointe, 93500 Pantin

15:00

Connecting Community Spaces in NYC with the World
The installation explores "culture-driven space" and the physical environment influence an experience. It explores the difference between the physical, tangible elements of a space and more the abstract, people-driven elements in creating a culture. The installation maps out and compares various co-working and collective spaces in NYC, such as Impact Hub NYC, NEW INC, The Music Building, Prime Produce, The Silent Barn, WeWork. It compares these spaces in terms of the following categories: space & logistics, experience design, building staff, culture & community, and programming strategy. The installation includes maps, photos, floorplans, and other content. The thesis is to consider the role of NYC, as a center point for international entrepreneurs, creatives, and innovators.
It welcomes participants to share information and images from their spaces around the world.

***Connecter des espaces communautaires à New-York avec le reste du monde*** 

Speakers
avatar for Roo Shamin

Roo Shamin

I have been building culture-driven spaces in NYC since 2010. I currently am the Member Experience Manager at Impact Hub NYC. I have previously worked with communities of experimental artists at places like The Music Building, NEW INC, and several other art spaces around the city... Read More →


Wednesday July 5, 2017 15:00 - 18:00
07. Media Square 1 place de la Pointe, 93500 Pantin

15:00

Virtual Reality experience
An immersive journey into Virtual Reality.

***Expérience de réalité virtuelle*** 

Exhibitors

Wednesday July 5, 2017 15:00 - 19:45
Distributed spaces 1 place de la Pointe, 93500 Pantin

15:00

Trash transformed into ephemeral sculptures
This genuine urban art features ephemeral sculptures made with objects found in the street.

***Des déchets transformés en sculpture éphémère*** 

Exhibitors
avatar for Lor-K

Lor-K

Artist, Urban Art
Fascinated by the trash and thrown away objects in our cities, Lor-K uses them as raw material for her projects. They are transformed and abandoned again, in the exact location where they have been found. She is therefore dependent on the territory, taking what the street has to... Read More →


Wednesday July 5, 2017 15:00 - 19:45
Distributed spaces 1 place de la Pointe, 93500 Pantin

15:00

Makers & the city: discover initiatives and start your own
Come and see the selected DIY projects done by the Oui Are Makers' community in a large scale of fields: circular economy, tech, food, energy… Vote for your favorite and leave with its tutorial in order to make it on your own when you're back home. After that you will be able to share what you’ve done with the community, and give tips or improvements back !
The Oui Are Makers' team will be there to share with you on all topics around the makers in the city.

***Les faiseurs et la ville : découvrez les initiatives existantes et lancez la vôtre*** 

Exhibitors
avatar for Juliette Dauchez

Juliette Dauchez

Community leader, Oui Are Makers
Juliette puts her team spirit and her passion for creation into the Oui Are Makers community. She works with makers to develop their interests. Interested by innovation she joined the startup after studying entrepreneurship in college.
avatar for Hortense Sauvard

Hortense Sauvard

CEO & Founder, Oui Are Makers
Passionated by creativity, human being and digital, she founded OuiAreMakers.com in 2015 in order to widespread the maker culture. Oui Are Makers is the first online platform for makers in France, with 15 000 members who shared thousands of tutorials. Before that she was head of... Read More →


Wednesday July 5, 2017 15:00 - 19:45
Distributed spaces 1 place de la Pointe, 93500 Pantin

15:00

OuiShare Radio
Join in the OuiShare Radio Every Day as the team record ideas and discussions in person at the Fest. You can listen to the podcasts online after.
Learn more

Speakers
BM

Bernie Mitchell

Showrunning, OuiShare


Wednesday July 5, 2017 15:00 - 19:45
Distributed spaces 1 place de la Pointe, 93500 Pantin

15:00

Paris street life in photos
Immerse in a series of photographs capturing the beauty of Paris street life - ordinary, but somehow magical.

***La vie urbaine de Paris en photos*** 


Wednesday July 5, 2017 15:00 - 19:45
Distributed spaces 1 place de la Pointe, 93500 Pantin

15:00

Urban cultures unchained
A pop-up exhibition about street artists and dancers.

***Les cultures urbaines en liberté*** 

Artists
R

RStyle

RStyle est une structure de promotion des cultures urbaines sous toutes leurs formes. Depuis plus de 18 ans, RStyle s’attache à offrir un nouveau regard sur les cultures urbaines en France mais aussi à l’international, par l’organisation d’événements et l’action sociale... Read More →


Wednesday July 5, 2017 15:00 - 19:45
Distributed spaces 1 place de la Pointe, 93500 Pantin

15:00

Governing sharing cities: a comparative case study of nine European cities
Cities all over the world are faced with the emergence of the sharing economy. The ambiguous nature- and rapid growth of the sharing economy leaves city authorities with urgent and complicated governance questions.
The poster visualizes how nine pioneering European Cities govern the sharing economy.

***La gouvernance des villes collaboratives : une étude de cas comparative de neuf villes européennes***

Exhibitors
avatar for Lies van den Eijnden

Lies van den Eijnden

Research Sharing Cities, ShareNL
Lies has done research on Sharing Cities for the past eight months to finish her Master Innovation Sciences at Utrecht University. Now she is working at shareNL to support them in building the Sharing Cities Alliance. She is passionate about social and digital innovations, urban... Read More →


Wednesday July 5, 2017 15:00 - 19:45
Distributed spaces 1 place de la Pointe, 93500 Pantin

15:05

Platform Coops for defending democracy
Could we have stopped Trump from 'happening', if we would have had better tools for supporting civic activism? We'll never find out, but it's never early enough to start building solutions for the future. In this Q& A session, Evan-Henshaw, the first employee of Twitter, will introduce his new civic activism platform cooperative, Affinity.works, and his vision on how to foster collaboration between new activist groups and large national networks - in the name of defending democracy.

***Des plateformes coopératives pour défendre la démocratie***

Aurait-on pu empêcher l’arrivée de Trump, si nous avions eu de meilleurs outils pour défendre l’activisme civique ? On ne le saura jamais, mais il n’est jamais trop tôt pour commencer à bâtir des solutions pour l’avenir. Dans cette session Questions-Réponses, Evan-Henshaw, le premier employé de Twitter, présentera sa nouvelle plateforme coopérative d’activisme civique, Affinity.works,et sa vision sur la manière de favoriser la collaboration entre les nouveaux groupes d'activistes et les grands réseaux nationaux, au nom de la défense de la démocratie.


Moderators
avatar for Francesca Pick

Francesca Pick

Co-founder OuiShare Fest, OuiShare
Collaborative governance geek and co-founder of OuiShare Fest. Experimenting the future of organizations across cultures and continents as OuiShare Connector, Enspiral Member and working on Cobudget. Looking to shift power dynamics through cultural practices, tech tools and the o... Read More →

Speakers
avatar for Evan Henshaw-Plath

Evan Henshaw-Plath

Co-founder, Affinity
Evan is a research affiliate at the center for civic media a the MIT Media Lab, he was the first employee and tech lead at Odeo where he helped create twitter. He helped start the civic tech ngo Data.uy and open data conference AbreLATAM. He's currently starting affinity.works, a... Read More →


15:30

Old Power vs. New power

The concept of “new power” has been named by CNN as one of ten ideas that can change the world. Originally laid out as the Big Idea in Harvard Business Review and subsequent TED talk, new power offers a frame to understand the distributed and participatory models that are rising in business, life and society. It contrasts new power with the values and models of the “old power” world - and suggests that the battle and the balancing between old and new power will be a defining feature of our lives in the coming years. New power lays out a practical framework for understanding how power is shifting: who has it, how it is shared, where it is heading - and how some major players are co-opting these new forms of participation.

***Ancien pouvoir contre Nouveau pouvoir***

Le concept de “nouveau pouvoir” a été cite par CNN comme l’une des dix idées qui peuvent changer le monde. Originairement présentée comme la Grande Idée de l’Harvard Business Review et du TED Talk qui a suivi, le nouveau pouvoir se propose comme un cadre pour comprendre les modèles partagés et participatifs qui émergent dans le monde du travail et dans la société. Le nouveau pouvoir tranche avec les valeurs et les modèles du monde de l’ancien pouvoir, et suggère que le conflit et le rééquilibrage entre l’ancien et le nouveau pouvoir seront des traits déterminants de nos vies dans les années à venir. Le nouveau pouvoir propose un cadre nous aidant à comprendre de quelle façon le pouvoir est mouvant : qui le possède, comment est-il partagé, où est-il disputé, et de quelle façon certains acteurs majeurs agrègent entre elles ces nouvelles formes de participation.


Moderators
avatar for Arthur de Grave

Arthur de Grave

Journalist - Writer - Editor, OuiShare

Speakers
avatar for Jeremy Heimans

Jeremy Heimans

CO-FOUNDER & CEO, PURPOSE
Jeremy Heimans is a prolific political and social activist. He is CEO & co-founder of Purpose, a social business building global movements trying to change the world, and is also a co-founder of Avaaz.org, one of the largest and most powerful online activist networks in the world. He believes in the power of collective action to tackle the... Read More →


16:00

Big city, small human
A city is no longer just a city: it’s connected to the world, and the world comes to its doorstep. How do we find and place ourselves in an ever shifting landscape of globalization and diversity inside the city? This performance will explore how we deal with the different versions of ourselves and our cities, and invite the audience to collaborate in an experiment on how we can use movement to build bridges, or tear them down.

***Grandes villes, petits êtres***

Artists
avatar for Gillian Rhodes

Gillian Rhodes

I am a trans-national artist (dancer, choreographer, writer) currently based in Seoul. I believe passionately in peace that is more than not war, life that is full and fulfilling, and creativity as a fundamental aspect of humanity.


Wednesday July 5, 2017 16:00 - 16:30
09. Plaza 1 place de la Pointe, 93500 Pantin

16:00

New technologies in the sharing economy: tech for citizens
We and the crowd will help you to find new ways technologies can create opportunities for your city.
Starting with an interactive part, you'll get an introduction to sharing abundance of technologies. Then, you will be presented examples of what happens such as open source city bike sharing with the help of IoT and Virtual Reality City Post Cards.
This experience will let you explore and try some of the new technologies that are shared !

Do you have a technology yourself such as a 3D printer/pen, Virual Reality headset, robot or something else? Please bring it with you to discover what sharing technologies have to offer. After this session you will have the opportunity to discover a public available Permanent Future Lab pop-up. This is what the speakers initiated originally as movement 3 years ago, and where 7 locations are sharing newest en most open innovations nowadays. The Permanent Future Lab will be from 6 till 8 pm.
***Un laboratoire d'avenir permanent : la technologie pour les citoyens*** 

Speakers
avatar for Bart Roorda

Bart Roorda

[ part of the swarm ], Permanent Future Lab
In humanity we trust. I enjoy life, software, people, swarms of people, science, sound and tech. Special interests are functional programming, blockchain, data security, bottom up city enhancements, working in groups with like minded people on nice projects, music. | | At Ou... Read More →
avatar for Jurjen de Vries

Jurjen de Vries

Permanent Future Lab
Instead of playing around with his Piggy Bank, as a teenager Jurjen spread his knowledge about new technologies on Bulletin Boards, which was the forerunner of the internet. He did it without being paid by money. Because Jurjen liked to help others and trusted the favor will one... Read More →


Wednesday July 5, 2017 16:00 - 18:00
07. Media Square 1 place de la Pointe, 93500 Pantin

16:30

16:30

Barcelona’s Strategy for Digital Sovereignty: building the networked city from the ground up with citizens
What's Barcelona’s digital strategy? How can technology lead to more participation in democratic processes? Who should own and control city data? Can cities embrace a model that socializes data and encourages new forms of cooperativism and democratic innovation? How can cities promote joint initiatives by actors from the economy, civil society and politics, to ensure a sustainable, participatory and efficient digital transformation of governments and the economy? 
This session will discuss Barcelona Rebel City strategy focusing on the right to the smart city and a sustainable, participatory and efficient digital transformation. A new exciting vision of where city governments start to think and experiment with what technology would look like if it served the people.

***La stratégie de Barcelonne pour la souveraineté numérique: construire la ville en réseau à partir d'un rassemblement de citoyens***

Quelle est la stratégie digitale de Barcelone ? Comment la technologie peut-elle conduire à une plus grande participation aux procédés démocratiques ? Qui devrait posséder et contrôler la donnée des villes ? Les villes pourraient-elles adopter un modèle qui met en commun la donnée et encourage de nouvelles formes de coopérativisme et d’innovation démocratique ? Comment les villes pourraient  promouvoir des initiatives portées par des acteurs de l’économie, de la société civile, et de la politique, pour assurer une transformation digitale des gouvernements et de l’économie qui soit durable, englobante et efficiente ? Cette session se penchera sur la stratégie de Barcelona Ville Rebelle, qui réfléchit au droit à la smart city et à une transformation numérique durable, participative et efficiente. Une nouvelle vision enthousiaste de ce à quoi les gouvernements locaux commencent à penser et expérimenter, en usant de ce à quoi pourrait ressembler la technologie si elle était au service des gens.


 

Speakers
avatar for Francesca Bria

Francesca Bria

Chief Technology and Digital Innovation Officer, Barcelona City Council
Francesca Bria is a Senior Researcher and Advisor on information and technology policy. She is a member of the Internet of Things Council and an advisor to the European Commission on Future Internet and Smart Cities policy. She is also active in various innovation movements advoc... Read More →


16:30

Designing incorruptable businesses with the Coop 2.0 Model
If we want to be serious about sustainability, we need to create seriously responsible businesses. How can you ensure a business follows its values – not just now, but in the long run, even if conditions change, even if the people running it change, even if it grows?
In this workshop, we will discuss the Cooperative 2.0 model and a set of structural elements that were designed to make purposeful businnesses “incorruptable”. Based on this input and on potential contributions by participants, we will then explore in more depth how to adress the challenge of ensuring value driven behaviour within existing or freshly started businesses.

***Concevoir des entreprises incorruptibles avec le modèle Coop 2.0***

 

Speakers
avatar for Felix Weth

Felix Weth

Founder, Fairmondo
Felix Weth is an activist since a good 10 years, founder of Fairmondo, currently doing a sabbatical and writing a book around economic transformation. With Fairmondo, he piloted a subscription box programme for fair trade coffee and chocolate, that is delivered within Berlin thro... Read More →


Wednesday July 5, 2017 16:30 - 18:00
04. Studio 1 place de la Pointe, 93500 Pantin

16:30

Human & digital tools for emergent organizations
There are many new digital tools today that make it easier for organizations to work in a collaborative, distributed and remote way. But tech tools alone don't magically solve problems.

In this session practitioners from next generation organizations such as Enspiral, OuiShare, Socialfokus, Amanitas and Encode will share insights on how human and digital tools can be used effectively for new ways of organizing. Drawing from global experiments, they will discuss commons challenges and show how these experiences can be applied to any type of organization or team.

Some questions that will be addressed: How to balance enabling participation and agency of employees or community members while staying agile and focused? What does onboarding look like in organizations that are partially or fully open? How do you deal with “tool fatigue”? How to work in distributed teams, from multiple cultures? How do you ensure new organizational models fullfill legal and administrative requirements?

This session has two parts: 
  • Panel discussion and Q&A with the speakers (30-45 min)
  • Interactive workshop, where you will discuss how to apply these tools to your organization(45 min)

***Outils humains et numériques pour des organisations émergentes***

Speakers
avatar for Tamas Hovanyecz

Tamas Hovanyecz

Co-Initiator, Social Fokus
Tamas is passionate about how humans collaborate with each other. He creates spaces that allows the emergence of participation, self-organisation and creativity. He is a co-founder in SocialFokus, a Budapest-based collective of conscious businesses and a contributor in the Wellin... Read More →
avatar for Francesca Pick

Francesca Pick

Co-founder OuiShare Fest, OuiShare
Collaborative governance geek and co-founder of OuiShare Fest. Experimenting the future of organizations across cultures and continents as OuiShare Connector, Enspiral Member and working on Cobudget. Looking to shift power dynamics through cultural practices, tech tools and the o... Read More →
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Tom Thomison

Co-Founder & Partner, Encode.org and HolacracyOne
A seasoned entrepreneur and business builder with more than 30 years of experience, Tom Thomison is a recognized leader in self-organization practices and methods. In 2007, he co-founded HolacracyOne, LLC to further develop and mature Holacracy®, now a gold-standard replacement for conventional management hierarchies.  Tom is currently a Founding Member and Partner... Read More →


Wednesday July 5, 2017 16:30 - 18:00
05. Factory 1 place de la Pointe, 93500 Pantin

16:30

Mindful Business: Living your passion and purpose
We love to bring compassion, mindfulness and authenticity into business and society. With our workshop we create a space to empower people to create a new way of leadership and doing business - driven by purpose and self-awareness. We believe that mindfulness is one big key to manage the challenges of todays life. That’s why we want to bring you one step further into living the life that you dream of and being the person who you aspire to be. We will use mindfulness techniques, ask questions, work in groups and support you being one step closer to be your own hero.

***Réveillez votre héros intérieur*** 

Speakers
avatar for Angel Hernandez

Angel Hernandez

Facilitator & Entrepreneur, Angel Hernanez
Angel supports individuals, groups and organizations to connect with their true purpose and visions and supporting them to get the right tools and strategy for their growth. As an entrepreneur, he understand the world as a field of possibilities and he strongly believes that the... Read More →
avatar for Mounira Latrache

Mounira Latrache

Founder, Connected Business
Mounira is the founder of Connected Business a company that focusses on creating community and supporting business people to bring compassion and mindfulness into their work life. Her vision is to find a way to work with each other that includes the diversity and passion of the whole person, that aims to find solutions for the greater good as a community and is fun at the same time. She also wants to bring love... Read More →


Wednesday July 5, 2017 16:30 - 18:00
08. Floating Fest Canal de l'Ourcq

16:30

Exploring Hyper-Gender and the City with Social Presencing Theater
Hyper-Gender is a movement exploring the paradigm shift happening in gender, identity and social interactions in the 21st century: going beyond the masculinity / felinity binary in the new economy, identity fluidity, new relationship frameworks, relationships,and changing the narrative about sexuality.  
This workshop will be pioneering a collective exploration of how we experience, embody and envision a city beyond gender stereotypes and labels: inclusive, diverse and fluid. Join us to experience and explore gender dynamics in the urban space, using the Social Presencing Theater technique of the Presencing Institute

Speakers
avatar for Adam Yukelson

Adam Yukelson

Action researcher, Presenting Institute
Adam is an action researcher, writer, and educator with the Presencing Institute, based in Cambridge, Massachusetts. In 2015, along with Otto Scharmer, he co-designed the course “u.lab: Transforming Business, Society and Self” which has since reached over 100,000 people in 180 countries, enabling them to learn and apply Theory U... Read More →


Wednesday July 5, 2017 16:30 - 18:00
03. Lab 1 place de la Pointe, 93500 Pantin

16:30

MEWEGAME: Inclusion in practice
The MEWEGAME is an interactive board game which enables players to practice community skills that make our society more inclusive and coherent. What's being practiced on the board enables organizations, individuals and communities to learn strategies and skills that are needed in real life for a more sustainable and ethical future. Delivering purpose, strategy and embodiment in a shared environment.
Together players create community functionalities which can be tested and evaluated during the game: liveability management and design, environmental regulation and development, interaction management, skills acquisition, acknowledgement of meaning, operations management, time span management, livelihood, care interaction, care awareness. Aiming for a circular economy and sustainable behaviour.
The game combines cooperative styles of cocreation as well as competition. Material access is promoted over profit. And community contribution and ethical wholeness over individual gain. Thus promoting another strategy to form, build and enable commons.

***MEWEGAME: L'inclusion en acte*** 

Speakers
avatar for Lawrence Kwakye

Lawrence Kwakye

Art Motivator
Lawrence Kwakye is an industrial designer and artist creating interactive tools and art calling people and organizations to action. He works on a sharing society in which the end of retail and empty buildings are reformatted and creates new and magic realities in large format art... Read More →
avatar for Simone de Wijn

Simone de Wijn

Community Adviser, Art Motivator
Simone de Wijn is a pioneer in the creation of an inclusive civil society and works for local care institutions, government bodies and NGO's empowering them to create emergent and community driven strategies. As a community adviser she implement strategies of change and 'Own Powe... Read More →
avatar for Geert-Jan van der Wolf

Geert-Jan van der Wolf

Art Motivator
Geert-Jan van der Wolf is a philosoper, trainer/coach and works with people who are willing to choose for the welfare, wellbeiing. These people are aware of the fact that they in their daily life only really can enjoy their peaceful, joyous freedom when all life enjoy well-being... Read More →


Wednesday July 5, 2017 16:30 - 18:00
06. Coliving 1 place de la Pointe, 93500 Pantin

16:45

Who's coliving for?
OuiShare partners with PUREHOUSE LAB and Lab's member The Collective to explore the co-living phenomenon. PUREHOUSE LAB, as the global co-living network and central hub for information about co-living, and The Collective, one of the most successful co-living brands, will give their perspectives on the relevance of co-living for today's city dwellers.

Moderators
avatar for Inês Santos Silva

Inês Santos Silva

Managing Partner, Aliados
Inês Santos Silva is a self-proclaimed Futurist working in the intersection of technology, entrepreneurship and social good.  | Inês splits her time between Aliados | The Challenges Consulting, an innovation consulting firm, where she works as a Strategist and Managing Partn... Read More →

Speakers
avatar for Fabrice Simondi

Fabrice Simondi

CEO, The Pure House Lab
avatar for Ed Thomas

Ed Thomas

The Collective


16:50

Beyond a gadget for participation, how to bring civic tech to the next level ?
If we think that civic tech(nology) was built as a set of methods and tools for citizens to gain back control in their political systems, how does it works in a multi-level system of governance?
Let’s take Europe for example; at the local, regional, national and supranational levels, a serie of public and private actors have the ability to participate and influence decision-making. Yet, we observe that the same ability for citizens, to participate and influence decision-making at each level of entry (local, regional, national, supranational) is uneven. Beyond the accessibility obstacles, the power being given is also uneven: participative processes at the local level, although direct, tend to deal mostly with urban planning while, at the supranational level, they tend to be advisory and, imbalanced by corporate lobbies influence.
Can civic technology overcome this democratic deficit and if so, to what extent? To what extent civic tech are able to empower citizens to gain back control from institutional decision-makers at every level of power?
Built on this problematic we have invited civic tech experts from around the world and, representing the different scales previously outlined; to inform us on the state of the art of civic tech and address the issues at hand.

***Au-delà d'un gadget participatif, comment porter les Civic Tech à l'étape d'après ?***

Si nous pensons au fait que les Civic Tech(nologies) sont un ensemble de méthodes et outils dont le but est de redonner aux citoyens le contrôle sur leurs systèmes politiques, cela peut-il marcher dans un système de gouvernances multi-niveaux ?
Prenons l’Europe pour exemple : aux échelles locale, régionale, nationale et supranationale, une série d’acteurs privés et publics ont la capacité à participer et à influencer la prise de décision. Pourtant, on observe que la même capacité chez les citoyens, à participer et influencer la prise de décision à chacune des échelles (locale, régionale, nationale et supranationale) n’est pas équitable. Au-delà des problèmes d’accessibilité, le pouvoir qui est donné n’est pas non plus équitable : les dispositifs participatifs à l’échelle locale, même directs, tendent à s’attacher principalement à l’organisation urbaine, tandis qu’à l’échelle supranationale, ils tendent à être gauchis du fait de l’influence des grands lobbies.
Les Civic Tech peuvent-elles surmonter cette insuffisance démocratique, et dans quelle mesure ? Dans quelle mesure les Civic Tech sont-elles capables de donner aux citoyens le pouvoir de reprendre aux institutions de prise de décision le contrôle à toutes les échelles du pouvoir ?
Appuyés sur cette problématique, nous avons réuni des experts des Civic Tech du monde entier, représentant les différentes échelles de pouvoir énoncées plus haut, afin de nous informer sur l’avancée et l’art des Civic Tech et de prendre en charge ces problèmes qui sont les nôtres.


 

Moderators
avatar for Lydia Aguirre Pereira

Lydia Aguirre Pereira

Chief Creative Officer, ReImagine Europa
Lydia Aguirre Pereira is Chief Creative Officer of ReImagine Europa, an incubator of political ideas to be launched later this year. For the last ten years she has worked mostly in digital initiatives as editor-in-chief of ElPais.com and REIsearch, a platform to share scientifi... Read More →

Speakers
avatar for Amélie Banzet

Amélie Banzet

Head of Open government programme, Etalab
Amélie Banzet is in charge of the Open government programme within Etalab, the French task force for Open data and Open government. | Etalab is part of the Secretariat-General for Government Modernization, within the Prime minister office, where it carries out radically inn... Read More →
avatar for Gunnar Grimsson

Gunnar Grimsson

Consultant & Propagator, Citizens Foundation & Better News
analyst designer consultant interface designer specialist noise artist civic hacker dancer citizen mediator swimmer meditator geek generalist relativity punk social innovator developer synergist anarchist traveller cyclist teacher democracy advocate musician cook activist
avatar for Ed Maklouf

Ed Maklouf

Writer, Project Designer, Gather
Ed Maklouf works in the citizen technology space, currently bringing democracy technology and citizen science to remote communities in Colombia. Since researching communities and voting systems at Stanford University, he has founded a mobile startup (Siine) that produces "Gather... Read More →
avatar for Tiago Peixoto

Tiago Peixoto

Tiago is a Senior Public Sector Specialist at the World Bank’s Governance Global Practice. His activities focus on working with governments to develop solutions for better public policies and services. Prior to joining the World Bank, Tiago has managed projects and consulted for a number of organisations, such as... Read More →


17:00

Space for the Future Of Work - How can communities contribute to defining the future of work
What are the new forms of work and entrepreneuship? What's a post-capitalist world like?

***Espace pour l'avenir du travail - Comment les communautés peuvent-elles contribuer à définir l'avenir du travail?*** 

Moderators
avatar for Inês Santos Silva

Inês Santos Silva

Managing Partner, Aliados
Inês Santos Silva is a self-proclaimed Futurist working in the intersection of technology, entrepreneurship and social good.  | Inês splits her time between Aliados | The Challenges Consulting, an innovation consulting firm, where she works as a Strategist and Managing Partn... Read More →

Speakers
avatar for Boyd Cohen

Boyd Cohen

Ph.D. Dean of Research, EADA Business School
Boyd Cohen, Ph.D. is recognized as a global thought leader in entrepreneurship, innovation, sustainability and smart cities. Aside from several peer-reviewed publications he has now published three books: Climate Capitalism (2011), The Emergence of the Urban Entrepreneur (2016) and forthcoming in 2017, Post-Capitalist Entrepreneurship. He is currently the Dean of Research and Professor of Entrepreneurship... Read More →
avatar for Nadia El-Imam

Nadia El-Imam

Founder, Edgeryders
Open Care
avatar for Pedro Jardim

Pedro Jardim

CEO, Coliga
Pedro is committed to lower the barrier of entry for individuals and groups to get more representation by creating protected spaces, exploring horizontal and agile governance frameworks or as in his newest project wherre people can activate the word-of-mouth recommendations of th... Read More →


18:00

Permanent Future Lab pop-up
At this pop-up you can share or try new innovative technologies such as robots, 3D printing, Virtual Reality, Internet of Things, Bitcoins/Blockchain and so on. If you have such or other new technology, please bring it with you and share it at the pop-up table.
This pop-up is open for everyone, everybody is welcome to join or share

***Un laboratoire d'avenir permanent : la technologie pour les citoyens***  

Speakers
avatar for Bart Roorda

Bart Roorda

[ part of the swarm ], Permanent Future Lab
In humanity we trust. I enjoy life, software, people, swarms of people, science, sound and tech. Special interests are functional programming, blockchain, data security, bottom up city enhancements, working in groups with like minded people on nice projects, music. | | At Ou... Read More →
avatar for Jurjen de Vries

Jurjen de Vries

Permanent Future Lab
Instead of playing around with his Piggy Bank, as a teenager Jurjen spread his knowledge about new technologies on Bulletin Boards, which was the forerunner of the internet. He did it without being paid by money. Because Jurjen liked to help others and trusted the favor will one... Read More →


Wednesday July 5, 2017 18:00 - 20:00
09. Plaza 1 place de la Pointe, 93500 Pantin

18:15

Design for the new normal
WikiHouse Foundation was founded in 2014 to advance open source technologies to digitise, distribute and democratise the production of homes. Co-founder Alastair Parvin will share their strategy for bringing about system change in the production of buildings and cities, and on mobilising industry, government and civil society around one of the key challenges of our time: investing-in and building the common digital infrastructures of the 'Fourth Industrial Revolution'.

***Redéfinir les nouveaux strandards***

WikiHouse Fondation a été fondée en 2014 dans le but d’aider les technologies open sources à digitaliser, distribuer et démocratiser la production d’habitations.
Le Co-fondateur, Alastair Parvin, partagera leur stratégie pour faire émerger un changement structurel dans la production des habitations et des villes, et pour mobiliser l’industrie, les gouvernements et la société civile autour de l’un des plus grands défis de notre époque : la construction et l’investissement dans les infrastructure digitales communes de la « Quatrième Révolution Industrielle ».


 

Speakers
avatar for Alastair Parvin

Alastair Parvin

Co-founder, WikiHouse Foundation
Alastair Parvin is a designer and civic entrepreneur based in London, UK.He is the co-founder of Wikihouse Foundation and a member of strategic design group 00. He is currently working on better housing systems, democratic cities & technology made by and for everyone. He also thinks, writes, speaks and advises on... Read More →


18:15

Biomimetic Design : Listening and Building with the Natural World
During this interactive session we will explore the dynamics of mycelial emergence, the nourishment of ecosystems and swarm tactics.  We will share wins and walls of such experiments to deepen our tool-kit of nature-based design principles, which are catalyzing the magic already at work within ecosystems of change. 

***Design Biomimétique: Écouter la Nature et (se) Construire avec elle***

Speakers
avatar for Dan Acher

Dan Acher

Founder, Happy City Lab
Artivist and social entrepreneur. Through participative projects and art installations Dan creates opportunities for people to meet and connect. | | Most of his interventions rely on the participation of passers-by and connection between strangers. He creates situations whe... Read More →
avatar for Fabienne Addor

Fabienne Addor

Entrepreneur
Fabienne is a local entrepreneur who sets up spaces and places for people to connect. As direction and design lead of 'Summer Bash' open street festival in Bern Switzerland, the Tanzwerk Dance Studio, Happy [Bern] Lab and O Capitan neighborhood bar she wears many hats to inspire... Read More →
avatar for Chantal Calame

Chantal Calame

New Business Innovator RAI Lab, Raiffeisen Schweiz
Chantal is a passionate social innovator, currently exploring urban co-living and sustainable community building. She loves the sea and the mountains equally and enjoys the feeling of great overview when looking down on a landscape. She works for the innovation lab of a Swiss... Read More →
avatar for Jerónimo Calderón

Jerónimo Calderón

Mycelium
Jerónimo loves life, nature and Michelle in particular. When he's not surfing, he spends quality time with his friends and family or dedicates himself to his favorite hobby: sleeping (and dreaming of course). He descends from the indigenous tribe of the Aymara and Swiss peasants... Read More →
avatar for Michelle Grambeau

Michelle Grambeau

Experience Designer | Firestarter | Wellbeing Artist, World Wide Well & Amanitas
Michelle Grambeau is a student and educator in the practices of yoga, meditation and spiritual ecology as well as the founder of World Wide Well, a Silicon Valley based company, implementing holistic Well Standard programs for fast-paced tech teams and place-based communities.  In her roles as ecosystem partner for the... Read More →
avatar for Tamas Hovanyecz

Tamas Hovanyecz

Co-Initiator, Social Fokus
Tamas is passionate about how humans collaborate with each other. He creates spaces that allows the emergence of participation, self-organisation and creativity. He is a co-founder in SocialFokus, a Budapest-based collective of conscious businesses and a contributor in the Wellin... Read More →


Wednesday July 5, 2017 18:15 - 19:00
08. Floating Fest Canal de l'Ourcq

18:15

Demain, tous facilitateurs: développez le soft skill qu'il manque à votre entreprise
Limited Capacity full
Adding this to your schedule will put you on the waitlist.

Être facilitateur, c’est guider et animer un groupe pour qu’il donne le meilleur de son intelligence et de sa créativité, orienté vers un objectif concret. C’est aussi avoir la dose d’empathie nécessaire pour identifier les talents cachés de chaque collaborateur et les mobiliser pour enrichir l’organisation. Demain, la facilitation sera un soft skill nécessaire dans des entreprises où les salariés seront plus efficaces, plus créatifs et plus agiles.

Chez nod-A, nous avons conçu des outils autonomes qui encapsulent nos méthodes et nos savoir-faire pour mettre la facilitation à la portée de tous. On se donne 2 heures pour vous prouver que ça marche et vous former aux bases de la facilitation - vous repartez avec des méthodes directement applicables dans votre quotidien.

Speakers
avatar for Lucile Erbs

Lucile Erbs

Nod-A
At nod-A, we partner with organizations to build the collaboration culture they need to innovate. | Our approach is called Makestorming, it's all about making it together. | Starting from your projects, we co-design sprints, incredible and efficient workshops to accelerate result... Read More →
avatar for Quentin HOUÉRY

Quentin HOUÉRY

Sprint Designer, nod-A
I am engineer specialized in digital transformation and collaborative innovation methodologies. I work as a Sprint Designer at nod-A. | At nod-A, we partner with organizations to build the collaboration culture they need to innovate. | Our approach is called Makestorming, it... Read More →


Wednesday July 5, 2017 18:15 - 19:45
04. Studio 1 place de la Pointe, 93500 Pantin

18:15

Faut-il inscrire le droit à la paresse dans la Constitution ?
2032.Après 5 réformes du droit du travail, le travail freelance a bondi avec 10 millions d'auto-entrepreneurs, le chômage connait son taux le plus élevé de l'histoire et avoisine les 20%, afin de palier au manque d'emploi, les "bullshit job" sont devenus la norme, les inégalité sont plus fortes que jamais.
15 ans plus tôt, le revenu universel était exposé pour la première fois au grand public lors d'une élection présidentielle, l'idée depuis n'a jamais refait surface.Nous sommes en train de perdre la bataille de l'emploi : les avocats et les notaires ont été remplacés par des algorithmes super-puissants, la blockchain a remplacé les établissements bancaires, les véhicules autonomes ont mis au placard tous les chauffeurs, et les robots médecins sont désormais monnaie courante.  La faculté de médecine de Paris est devenue un lieu culturel réputé, où s'est vendue pour la première fois au monde, une peinture d'art moderne exécuté par un robot artiste à un collectionneur de renom.Les violences augmentent, rappelons nous la mort de ce jeune homme lors de la rixe au Pôle Emploi de la rue de Passy dans le 16è arrondissement, chercher un emploi tue.
Toutes les politiques sont sans résultat, il y a aujourd'hui un choix de société à faire. Faut-il accepter que le travail n'est plus l'avenir de l'Homme ? Et même plus, accepter que le travail ne joue plus de rôle social et n'a plus de sens économique?Peut-on encore fonder notre société sur le travail ? Ou au contraire, faut-il inscrire le droit à la paresse dans la constitution ?

Speakers
avatar for Arthur de Grave

Arthur de Grave

Journalist - Writer - Editor, OuiShare
avatar for Nicolas Matyjasik

Nicolas Matyjasik

Scientific Director & Political Specialist, Bibliothèques Sans Frontières (Libraries Without Borders)
avatar for Samuel Roumeau

Samuel Roumeau

Connector, OuiShare
Samuel Roumeau est diplômé de l’IEP de Bordeaux et de l’Ecole des Mines ParisTech. Après des expériences en Inde et en Suisse, il a travaillé à l’EHESS et à la SNCF. Il travaille depuis 3 ans au sein de OuiShare sur les sujets de prospective en lien avec la ville et les territoires. Il est directeur du programme du OuiShare Fest... Read More →
avatar for Stefano Scarpetta

Stefano Scarpetta

Director for Employment, Labour and Social Affairs, OECD
Stefano Scarpetta is the Director of the Directorate for Employment, Labour and Social Affairs (DELSA) at the OECD. The Directorate is in charge of labour market and social policy issues as well as international migration and health issues.  | He joined the OECD in 1991 and held several positions in the Economics Department and in his current Directorate. he led several large-scale research projects, including: "Implementing the OECD Jobs Strategy"; the "Sources of Economic Growth in OECD Countries"; and contributed to others including... Read More →


18:15

Stratégies d'innovation centrées sur les communs
La session donnera lieu à une à un atelier de co-construction d’une méthodologie et d’une feuille de route concernant la création de communs dans un tiers-lieux tel que TheCamp. Les participants seront amenés à échanger pendant une heure à partir des questions suivantes :
•  Quels communs pour un tiers-lieu ? Quels sont les critères de réussites, notamment d’un point de vue juridique ?
•  Quels sont les attentes des écosystèmes en termes de communs ? Concrètement, quelle matière première intéresse le public ? 
•  Peut-on produire des communs sur l’ensemble des champs de l’innovation : hardware, ressources des collectivités ?
•  Peut-on faire participer des cofinanceurs privés à la création de communs ?
•  Peut-on créer un réseau de fabrique de communs pour amplifier la dynamique de création de communs ?

Speakers
avatar for Antoine Meunier

Antoine Meunier

Entrepreneur, TheCamp
avatar for Eric Brac de la Perrière

Eric Brac de la Perrière

Founder, Yoyo
As a committed born entrepreneur, Eric Brac de La Perrière created Yoyo in 2016. This collaborative platform aims to increase the recycling rate of plastic in cities by rewarding sorting practices. Through Yoyo, Eric wants to mobilize companies, cities and citizens around a common goal: zero waste. His career as the CEO of Eco-Emballages from 2009 to 2015 gave him specific expertise in circular economy and public-private partnership. Eric also held various key positions in media and consultancy groups. Indeed, he used to be the CEO of The Link Factory (Havas Group), CEO of Burson-Marsteller (WPP Group) and Chairman of Me... Read More →
avatar for Gabriel Plassat

Gabriel Plassat

Connector - Writer - Teacher
He's a connector in the ecosystem of mobility, between corporate firms, startups, labs and cities. Expert for European Commission, for ADEME (French Agency for Environment & Energy), advisor for several corporate firms, Gabriel leads la Fabrique des Mobilités, the 1st public acce... Read More →
avatar for Marina Rachline

Marina Rachline

COO, thecamp


Wednesday July 5, 2017 18:15 - 19:45
05. Factory 1 place de la Pointe, 93500 Pantin

18:15

What am I willing to share ?
PUREHOUSE LAB Executive Director Claire Flurin and her team will facilitate a playful workshop to explore the audience's willingness to share everyday life's objects and services with others. 

Speakers
avatar for Ryan Fix

Ryan Fix

Founder, Pure House
avatar for Claire Flurin

Claire Flurin

Executive Director, PUREHOUSE LAB
avatar for Fabrice Simondi

Fabrice Simondi

CEO, The Pure House Lab
avatar for Ed Thomas

Ed Thomas

The Collective


Wednesday July 5, 2017 18:15 - 19:45
06. Coliving 1 place de la Pointe, 93500 Pantin

18:15

Citoyens numérique, tous e-lettrés ?
Promesses d’égalité, d’ouverture au monde, d’abolition des barrières, d’accès libre à la connaissance… Le numérique est source de croissance, de progrès et d’émancipation pour ceux qui maîtrisent les technologies et en comprennent les enjeux. Il est aussi malgré tout catalyseur de nouvelles fractures et synonyme de fortes inquiétudes. Le risque est grand aujourd’hui d’un décrochage de certaines personnes dans la défiance et le non usage, aboutissant à la formation d’une société numérique à plusieurs vitesses.

Ce workshop vise à questionner la réalité de ces inégalités, à faire prendre conscience de l’importance de l’accompagnement des usages numériques et de formation, car bien souvent, utilisation ne veut pas dire maîtrise. Il entend aussi montrer l'ensemble des réponses existantes, comme celles développées par la coopérative d’intérêt collectif La Mednum.

Speakers
avatar for Gérald Elbaze

Gérald Elbaze

Nominated for the project, Aptic
Instrumental graduated in Physical and Technical Measures - Research Associate CNRS team Composites Materials Design - Professor of Schools - Special Education. Gerald Elbaze is co-founder of Médias-Cité. Responsible for the engineering of digital projects and development within... Read More →
avatar for Orianne Ledroit

Orianne Ledroit

Digital Society Program Director, Agence du Numérique
Orianne manages the Digital Society Program at the French Digital Agency. This program aims at teaming up toward an innovative and inclusive digital society. She also teaches “Digital, Democracy and Public policy” at Sciences Po. She contributes to several local initiatives o... Read More →


Wednesday July 5, 2017 18:15 - 19:45
03. Lab 1 place de la Pointe, 93500 Pantin

18:15

Les villes, au coeur de la transition démocratique
Le documentaire "Printemps Citoyen"vous emmène à la rencontre de personnes qui un peu partout sur la planète s'efforcent de ré-imaginer et d'améliorer nos systèmes politiques. Dans cette quête de changement la ville devient un terrain privilégié pour expérimenter de nouvelles pratiques démocratiques. A l'occasion du Ouishare Fest, deux courts extraits du documentaire seront diffusés pour illustrer ces expériences locales. Transparence, participation citoyenne, intelligence collective, nous verrons comment ces acteurs du changement mettent en pratique des concepts forts qui pourraient être au cœur de la démocratie de ce siècle. Après la projection un échange de 15 minutes aura lieu autour de la question: comment les citoyens peuvent-ils se réapproprier leurs villes?

Wednesday July 5, 2017 18:15 - 19:45
07. Media Square 1 place de la Pointe, 93500 Pantin

18:35

Design for agency : creating systems that inspire action in anyone.

And what if the human is not the problem?

 

The design approach has transitioned from the industrial design for mass production and the functional modernism to the often marketing driven user-centered design of the 90’. But nowadays, the role of designers is evolving once again.  We are moving from “use” to “agency” and contribution.

 So we need to develop the ability to engage with the people as participants, to see their desires and fears, and then to build contexts and systems to address those. As opposed to the “individual user” who is interacting with a smart product, the participants are engaged with one another and with their environment (or their context).

 

Today the methodologies of design and science affect one another, however, the design is not just a framework for participants, but something that is also, itself, participating.

 

This is a design that doesn't place the designer or the user in the center. A new approach has to emerge, one which optimizes for a different type of growth, concerned with designing strategies in which each person doesn’t just see themselves at the center of the world but helps to understand the impacts and consequences on our collective world.


  • Why should we move away from the user-centered design and what is the difference?
  • What would it mean to design for participants instead? For all the participants?
  • What is the role of technology for participants’ agency?
  • How are we gonna design the city, mobility, automation, power, ownership, economy?


*** Un design de l'encapacitation : créer des systèmes qui poussent chacun à agir***

Moderators
avatar for Justyna Swat

Justyna Swat

co-founder, POC21 / USIL
Strategic designer and architect. Working on projects developing socially and ecologically responsible solutions using digital tools. Urban researcher. Co-founder of POC21 , design assistant at the ENSCI les Ateliers School of Industrial Design, WikiHouse Foundation executive, f... Read More →

Speakers
avatar for Alastair Parvin

Alastair Parvin

Co-founder, WikiHouse Foundation
Alastair Parvin is a designer and civic entrepreneur based in London, UK.He is the co-founder of Wikihouse Foundation and a member of strategic design group 00. He is currently working on better housing systems, democratic cities & technology made by and for everyone. He also thinks, writes, speaks and advises on... Read More →
avatar for Selena Savic

Selena Savic

Co-founder, Unpleasant Design team
Selena Savic is a designer and researcher with a background in architecture and media design. Her research explores interactions with objects and technology in an irreductionist way, foregrounding seamless technologies and infrastructures. She holds a joint PhD by EPFL in Lausann... Read More →


19:00

Shine your Creativity with Qoyá
Qoya is a movement practice, that connect us to remember our essence is Wise, Wild and Free: Wise, the wisdom of Yoga; Wild, the creative expression in dance and Free, for the capacity to enjoy being in our own body through sensual movement.

Speakers
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Claire Garin

Qoya Instructor, Healing Arts Teacher
I've been a Social Worker for about 10 years and decided last year to use my skills another way into this world! I'm actually working as an Intuitive Energetic Healer and Teacher, using mostly Qoya, Sophrology and Reiki as tools to help anyone to access and align their inner wisd... Read More →


Wednesday July 5, 2017 19:00 - 19:45
08. Floating Fest Canal de l'Ourcq

19:45

Hip-hop & Break dance session
Make our streets great again !
Reveal the urban artist inside you, come and enjoy hip hop, break dance & performances while listening to Parisian DJ Freddy Jay.

Artists
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Blondy

Blondy est un célèbre danseur de popping, comptant désormais plus de 16 Millions de vues sur le web. Grand showman, il mêle style et humour à travers des performances originales. Il a remporté plusieurs battles dont la finale du Red Bull Beat it. Il a également participé à plusieurs... Read More →
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FreddyJay

FREDDY JAY est un PRODUCTEUR-DJ parisien qui connait ses premiers émois musicaux grâce à la soul au funk et au hip hop. Mais plutôt que de se spécialiser sur cette base culturelle solide, animé par une curiosité sans limites, il n’aura  cesse de nourrir cet appétit insatiable pour la musique en... Read More →
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Matthieu Lecoq

Quelle personnalité artistique plus éclectique que celle de Matthieu Lecoq, violoncelliste, pianiste, danseur, accompagnateur chorégraphique et musicologue ? Après avoir décroché ses deux diplômes d'études musicales en dominante piano et violoncelle au conservatoire de Boulogne-Billancourt, le jeune musicien poursuit sa formation en piano au... Read More →
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Slyde // Lomalakane

Danseur, jongleur, mime, illusionniste, le Chaplin des temps modernes, le Fred As -Terre Hip Hop.  | Il a crée le mouvement Lyr'X.


Wednesday July 5, 2017 19:45 - 22:00
09. Plaza 1 place de la Pointe, 93500 Pantin

20:00

L'économie du partage pour mieux partager l’économie
Voit-on émerger de nouveaux modèles économiques qui gagneraient un espace dans une économie de marché toujours dominante ? Ou vit-on simplement des ajustements marginaux des formes d’entreprises classiques dans un monde plus digitale, plus innovant, soumis aux turbulences du progrès ? La réponse n’est ni simple, ni univoque. Economies du partage et des plates-formes, collaborative, coopérative, sociale et solidaire, mutualiste même…à chacun son qualificatif, son ambition et sa vision, revue et corrigée de l’intérêt mutuel ! Dans une société où la verticalité a cédé à l’horizontalité, les entreprises, les individus ou les communautés s’organisent différemment. Elles partagent autrement les ressources –le savoir, le travail, les revenus, la valeur ajoutée, le pouvoir, les consommations… Protéiformes, ces modes de partages battent en brèche les modèles anciens, sans pour autant en disqualifier une grande majorité. Précarité, individuation…de nouvelles menaces apparaissent, mais des solutions innovantes et des opportunités naissent aussi (entreprenariat, créativité, solidarités..). Il importe d’en proposer un cadre d’analyse et une mise en perspective politique.

Speakers
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Robert Zarader

Counselor - Economist - Researcher, Equancy&Co
With a PhD in Economics, Robert Zarader started as a professor and researcher later to join the Ministry of Research and Industry as a telecommunication and advanced technology economics expert. Then he worked at GP Bank where he created an investment fund focused on the telecommunication and technological fields in the Mediterranean area. Later on, he became a communication consultant, founding EDRA communication (1992) and joining BBDO Corporate (1997), becoming CEO in 2000, before being appointed vice-chairman of TBWA Corporate (2004). He then joined Equancy to found its corporate communication antenna... Read More →


20:00

A bout de souffle - quelle place pour le sport dans la ville
Dans nos villes, le sport est devenu omniprésent. Qui, en 2017, ne connaît personne qui fréquente la « salle » ? Quelle ville n’a pas sa politique en faveur « de la jeunesse et des sports » ? La forme physique, le bien-être et la performance sont devenus le nouvel impératif. Transformé en culte du corps, le sport n’était-il pourtant pas, à l’origine, davantage ? Comment le sport peut-il transmettre les valeurs permettant de vivre en société ? Comment en faire un levier d’accomplissement et d’émancipation citoyenne, une initiation au vivre ensemble et au respect de l’autre ? Comment la ville peut-elle rendre la pratique sportive accessible à toutes et à tous ?

Moderators
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Solène Manouvrier

OuiShare
Curious and energetic, highly interested in social innovation and entrepreneurship. A doer, always on the lookout for exciting opportunities. Fully committed to make OuiShare Fest 2017 an inspiring, insightful and invigorating experience.

Speakers
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Alexandre Gau

Physical education teacher & Coach, AC Bobigny 93
Former rugby player, physical education teacher for ten years now in a middle school located in a "priority education area" in the suburb of Bobigny. Alexandre is currently the head coach of Bobigny's women's rugby team which evolves in the first division (TOP8).   Also manager... Read More →
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Haifa Tlili

Research engineer, Paris Descartes University
After completed a Ph.D. in Sociology at Paris Descartes-Sorbonne University (2008), she was offered a Postdoctoral Fellowship with the Critical Health Research Group (2009-11) at the Simone de Beauvoir Institute at Concordia University in Montreal. She has conducted research on... Read More →


20:10

A quoi ressemblerait une mutuelle pour indépendants?
Pendant des années nous avons bénéficié d'organisations qui accompagnaient et protégeaient les travailleurs : les complémentaires santé avec notamment les mutuelles, les syndicats et leurs luttes pour la reconnaissance des travailleurs voire même les CE et leurs avantages. A l'heure où la proportion de travailleurs indépendants augmente, comment accompagner ces personnes en mal de liberté et pour autant friandes de solidarité ? Nous explorerons notamment les pistes possibles en ce qui concerne la complémentaire santé

Moderators
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Marguerite Grandjean

Connector, OuiShare
Marguerite is a futurist and director of studies for OuiShare, making sense of trends, experiments, and behaviors that are profoundly changing our economies and societies. Lately, she has been leading the "Governances" project at OuiShare, which looks at the creative ways in whic... Read More →

Speakers
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Arnaud Breuil

GROUPE UP, RESPONSABLE PARTENARIATS INTERNATIONAUX
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Hind Elidrissi

Co-founder, Wemind
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Isabelle Hebert

Senior Vice President Insurance, MGEN
Isabelle Hébert started her career in the US at one of the leading healthcare insurance companies, CIGNA Corp., where she held various leadership functions in sales, underwriting, care management, finance and innovation. She later joined one of the top 3 healthcare insurance play... Read More →
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Thomas Ollivier

Responsible for sharing economy, MAIF
Thomas Ollivier is in charge of the "sharing economy & new trends" team at MAIF. Together, they manage advanced projects and key initiatives from scratch to market implementation. As a main entry for partners, they try to fit to startups working process, using design thinking, test... Read More →


20:45

Football match: Pantin vs. the rest of the world // Match de foot: Pantin vs. reste du monde
Limited Capacity filling up

Parce que la force du Fest, c'est de lier la théorie à la pratique, nous vous proposons, après avoir discuté du sport comme vecteur de vivre-ensemble, d'en faire l'expérience. Rejoignez un match de foot improvisé où directeurs financiers, jeunes et moins jeunes, associations, startuppers, brésiliens, américains et français pourront concrétiser la beauté du sport, de l'effort et du jeu.
Rendez-vous pour un départ groupé au Checkpoint !

Wednesday July 5, 2017 20:45 - 22:00
10. Off-site
 
Thursday, July 6
 

09:00

Bossless Leadership: learning from the Enspiral Network
Limited Capacity seats available

Masterclasses can be booked individually here and are included in All-Access tickets.

At Enspiral - a network of 250 entrepreneurs building solutions to systemic problems - we get things done with no named bosses. However, just because there are no bosses doesn’t mean there isn’t leadership.

In fact, leadership is paramount to highly functioning organisations. In the new world of work where teams and organisational are perpetually dynamic, responsive leadership is even more pivotal. At the same time, leadership is becoming more nuanced - more about service and facilitation than command and control.

In this Masterclass we will address leadership in bossless organisations and discuss and practice techniques, methods, theories and the really hard parts of leading without explicit control.

Our methodology draws on experiential theory from working at Enspiral and from our self managing livelihood pod with the network. We will also refer to our online training Practical Self Management.

We’ll explore how the systemic structure of our operating systems reinforce and unleash culture, and prototype new ways to lead, based on real-life experiments.
Join us if you want to learn while participating!

Topics that will be covered:
  • Benefits of bossless leadership
  • Catalysts: an experiment in service based leadership
  • Social contracts and agreements
  • Generosity, Facilitation, Stewardship
  • Decision Making
  • Deliberately Developmental Organising

Who is this class for?

Anyone interested in learning more about the real life practise of organising without bosses.

What will you learn?
  • Techniques of bossless leadership
  • Tools and processes for catalysing your team and organisation
  • An experience of the joy of losing control

Speakers
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Susan Basterfield

Enspiral
Susan Basterfield’s purpose is to end suffering in the workplace. As a Foundation Catalyst at Enspiral, a network practicing continuous participatory change, and cofounder of Golden Pandas, her lived experience enhances her international work with organisations intent on actualis... Read More →
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Kate Beercroft

Enspiral
Kate Beecroft is a member of Enspiral, and a cofounder of the Golden Pandas livelihood pod - an experiment in working with autonomy and agency in a high communication, high trust team setting. She runs workshops and trainings on self management and also works on Cobudget - an app... Read More →


Thursday July 6, 2017 09:00 - 13:00
Les Compagnons du Devoir 22 Rue des Grilles, 93500 Pantin

09:00

How to (re)design a resilient organization (by Parsons School of Design)
Limited Capacity seats available

Masterclasses can be booked individually here and are included in All-Access tickets.

While resilience is becoming a key framework to cities, entrepreneurs and organizations still struggle to figure out what it actually means for them and how they need to change the way they operate to become more resilient.

In this Masterclass you will learn a framework for organizational change, focusing on culture as a lever for change in the business model of both new and existing organizations that want to become more resilient.
The first part of the masterclass includes an introduction to urban resilience. Participants will learn to use a framework enabling organizations to operationalize resilience and adjust it to the needs of the organization, its key stakeholders and the local environment.
Then, following Edgar Schein’s argument that strategies are determined by organizational culture, the second part will focus on building a culture of resilience in both new and existing organizations. By applying a systemic design approach to complex problems, fusing design thinking with behavioral economics, organizational change and systems thinking, participants will learn how to [re]design a business model grounded in a resilient mindset and culture.
Who is this class for?

Entrepreneurs, corporate managers, people interested organizational change, strategic designers, consultants, people working on innovation in cities

What will you learn?

Participants will emerge from the masterclass with greater capacity to operate as creative problem solvers, critical thinkers, and leaders in organizations in the context of urban resilience. Here are some of the questions we'll explore during the Masterclass:
  • what does urban resilience can mean for your organization?
  • how to change your organization's mindset?
  • how to design a resilient culture and a business model based on one?
  • how to overcome obstacles and resistance to change?
  • how to engage and inspire key stakeholders around urban resilience?
  • how to benefit from such a change?
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Speakers
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Raz Godelnik

Assistant Professor, Parsons School of Design - The New School
Raz Godelnik is an Assistant Professor and the Co-Director of the MS in Strategic Design & Management at Parsons School of Design - The New School. His research interests include the convergence of innovation, sustainability, business and design strategies, the sharing economy, r... Read More →


Thursday July 6, 2017 09:00 - 13:00
03. Lab 1 place de la Pointe, 93500 Pantin

09:00

How to build collective intelligence to unleash the genius of your teams
Limited Capacity seats available

Masterclasses can be booked individually here and are included in All-Access tickets.
As they grow, many organisations become more hierarchical and their formal structures may result in rigidity and silos. This masterclass introduces you to a methodology that will enable you to tap into your collective intelligence and focus on value creation.
In this session you will identify strategic goals for your organization and learn how to accomplish them by unleashing the genius of your teams. You will learn a methodology to facilitate the work of your organisation and how to capture and share the key knowledge it produces.
During the session we will discuss a range of key concepts and will carry out a series of exercises to gain a good understanding. We will present a series of topics related to knowledge, such as the difference between knowledge and information, what a knowledge asset is (and what is not), taxonomy vs ontology, stigmergy as well as the role of knowledge in boosting collaboration and informal networks. 
We will divide the attendees in four groups of five, and each group will choose a real-life challenges. Throughout the session, the groups will be able to apply the concepts learned to solve the challenge in a collaborative way.

Who is this class for?
This class is particularly useful for people who work at organisations of more than 15 members, who want to to tap into their collective intelligence, build institutional memory, become more efficient, agile and adaptable, and stimulate creativity and innovation.
To make the most of the class, we recommend you come with a strategic objective for your organisation for the next 6 to 12 months, which will help you make the most of the exercises.

What will you learn?
  • What is knowledge and why it matters
  • The role of collective intelligence in transforming organisations
  • How to create and nurture Communities of Practice
  • How to use knowledge as a key link in network organisations

Moderators
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Esra Tat

Network Development Coordinator, Zero Waste Europe
Esra is passionate about how humans collaborate and convinced that collective work creates good, with a specific focus on sustainability and zero waste. Through her work as a facilitator and a developer of distributed organizations, she experiments and implements open governance... Read More →

Speakers
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Manel Heredero

Founder, Evoca project
Trained as an engineer, I have 15 years experience managing teams and projects. My drive has always been in boosting collaboration and knowledge exchange. I was the managing director of Werner Sobek London, an engineering consultancy firm, before becoming a full-time consultant o... Read More →


Thursday July 6, 2017 09:00 - 13:00
Les Compagnons du Devoir 22 Rue des Grilles, 93500 Pantin

09:00

Pentagrowth: a framework for cities as platforms
Limited Capacity seats available

Masterclasses can be booked individually here and are included in All-Access tickets.

Urban participatory sensing is a socio-technical process in which citizens use lightweight and accessible sensor technologies to collectively monitor their environment by gathering and sharing data. Beyond its great potential to develop collaborative and open cities, most of the citizen sensing initiatives deployed have not been sustainable and scalable projects.

Based on the Pentagrowth model: the five levers of exponential growth, we have developed a framework that aids the orchestration of large-scale engagement to solve urban and citizen issues. Its aims is to promote citizen innovation for common good. We focus in the development and evolution of a co-created city commons that promotes the deployment of new or adapted technologies for daily environments. These city commons co-created by citizens can benefit to society as a whole as they enable the deployment of new solutions to local problems, the improvement of the existing infrastructures, the creation of a data economy and the development of new skills by its citizens. We have applied the framework in different contexts and issues throughout Europe (Bristol, Barcelona, Amsterdam among others) and collected valuable learning.

Who is this class for?


City authorities, Citizen groups, Open Hardware & Data communities, Corporations, startups, SMEs

What will you learn?
  • Understanding the five levers of exponential growth based of the observation of 50 fast growing organizations and how do they apply to cities.
  • A framework to design participatory urban issues problem-solving.
  • Understanding how a city commons can foster problem-solving and  entrepreneurship.
  • Real examples of application: learnings and outcomes.

Speakers
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Javier Creus

Founder, Ideas for change
Javier Creus is the founder of Ideas for Change, a boutique consulting firm that designs high growth platform strategies for corporations, institutions and cities. .Javier is considered to be one of the primary strategists and thought leaders in collaborative economy, open and 2P... Read More →


09:00

Public speaking bootcamp: pitching with impact
Limited Capacity seats available

Masterclasses can be booked individually here and are included in All-Access tickets.

Come prepare your OuiShare pitch, or gain skills needed to build up confidence and succeed in your next presentation.

Thousands of people flock to OuiShare Fest and similar events around the world, to not only learn and exchange ideas, but to also share and pitch their projects and concepts. BUT… will they and their pitches be remembered? It's no secret that Public Speaking is one of the most valuable skills one can acquire today. And like any skill, applying deliberate and systematic effort will yield significant growth, yet most people just rely on their untrained abilities and often pay the price.

This masterclass, with a public speaking coach with over 15 years of experience, will focus on building up your public speaking skillset to ensure greatest impact.

The international nature of our society has also made English the language that we often have to use when presenting information. If English is not your native language, you are likely to encounter additional stress that can get in the way of your success. We will work to help minimize external factors so you can focus on the content, which is the heart of your presentation.

Who is this class for?
Anyone who wants to learn how to become a better speaker and gain confidence when speaking in front of a group.

What will you learn?
The session will combine whole group exercises with individualized activities so that each participant receives the attention that they need. Participants will get:
  • Body language awareness techniques to optimize power and delivery; 
  • Support in constructing the type of speech that the participants need (persuasive, informative, entertaining, etc.); 
  • Speaking tips catered to video or live audience delivery; 
  • Support in English language clarity; 
  • Help in mastering elements of audience psychology; 
  • Practice of speech presentation; 
  • Handouts that will help prepare participants for future presentations.
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Speakers
avatar for Simón Adinia Hanukai

Simón Adinia Hanukai

Co-Artistic Director, Kaimera Productions
Simón Adinia Hanukai is a coach, theater artist, curator, educator, and co-artistic director of Kaimera Productions, who splits his time between New York and Paris. Originally from Baku, Azerbaijan, he spent the early years of his career in Oakland, California, where he was a fo... Read More →


Thursday July 6, 2017 09:00 - 13:00
Les Compagnons du Devoir 22 Rue des Grilles, 93500 Pantin

09:00

Self-organized sessions
For these informal sessions, participants are invited to self-organize in the venue. These spontaneaous meetups may focus on a specific topic, aiming at a collective and participatory discussion.
You will be able to propose such sessions on Wednesday afternoon, at the info point.

Thursday July 6, 2017 09:00 - 13:00
09. Plaza 1 place de la Pointe, 93500 Pantin

09:00

Logistics meets APIs - Leveraging APIs for a more connected, automated world
Limited Capacity seats available

Masterclasses can be booked individually here and are included in All-Access tickets. 

APIs (Application Programming Interfaces) enable 2 systems, software programs, applications, connected things to interact in an automated way. These programmable interfaces are at the origin of successful empires like Facebook, Salesforce, Google, Netflix, Paypal, Twitter, Amazon Web Services and so many more, by enabling them to scale out of their buildings. This is the era of the extended enterprise. And cities can do the same, leveraging APIs to be bigger than their walls.

In this masterclass we will discover what APIs are and how to think, build and expose them to benefit from the B2B sharing economy and more. We will address some of the cultural, technical, community and business challenges that APIs raise.  
APIs make the world more connected, interoperable and are preparing the automation of the world. In a digital world, their design (open or not? free or not?) will determine the design of our future. But when automating, you need to integrate a lot of concepts to be sure to not automate mistakes. This is the challenge of the API economy.
Who is this class for?
This class is for all backgrounds and is made as much for technical as non-technical people. It is designed for entrepreneurs, designers, executives, innovation managers, people interested in organizational change, strategic designers and consultants.
What will you learn?
This masterclass has 2 parts, each of which consists of conceptual explanations, concrete examples and questions with the audience.
Part 1: APIs for a B2B sharing economy
  • API fundamentals
  • A cultural challenge “From project to product”
  • APIs for a B2B sharing economy
Part 2: Automatisation of IT and Business with APIs
API design: Interface design concepts, building consistence
API styles: Concepts, Concrete examples (gRPC, REST, GraphQL, Messaging, etc)
API architecture: Patterns, Concrete examples (Gateway, ESB, etc)
API management: Discovery, Exposition security, Access level management, Throttling, Cache layer, Orchestration, Developer portal, Gouvernance
API lifecycle management: Strategy, Design, Policy and security, Document, Test , Build, Test , Deploy , Monitor, Manage, Promote, Scale , Version , Repeat
APIs are a contract:  API Terms of Service, API commons

Speakers
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Vincenso Chianese

Developer, Apiary.io
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Arnaud Lauret

IT architect, AXA Banque
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Mehdi Medjaoui

EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR, OAUTH.IO AND APIDAYS CONFERENCES
Mehdi Medjaoui makes API integration platforms to help developers discover and use external APIs in their applications. He also tries to define global web services trust metrics with an API rating agency for developers. Mehdi is also the organizer of the Paris API meetup and APId... Read More →
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Zdenec Nemek

Good API


14:00

Movements at the city scale: what's next?
Mouvements à l'échelle de la ville: quelle est la prochaine étape ?

Moderators
avatar for Clementine Malgras

Clementine Malgras

Sharitories Project Manager, OuiShare

Speakers
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Carlos Moreno

Special Envoy for Smart Cities, City of Paris
Carlos Moreno is a Senior University Professor specialised in the intelligent control of complex systems. Deeply committed to science, progress and creativity in all its forms, Mr Moreno strives to bring together scientific disciplines and professionals in the innovation ecosyste... Read More →
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Francis Pisani

Smart Cities & Innovation - speaker, writer, consultant


14:00

Community Contributions: Ask not what your city can do for you...
Citizens now have the ability to identify and rapidly organise resources in new ways. Mara Balestrini (Ideas for Change) will discuss her work to empower communities to mobilise data and expertise to improve the cities they live in. Dave Boyle (Community Shares Company) will share lessons from developing community shares and co-ops to empower communities to access funding and resources. Helen Goulden (Nesta) leads the discussion.

Moderators
avatar for Helen Goulden

Helen Goulden

Executive Director, Innovation Lab, Nesta
Helen is an Executive Director at Nesta and leads our Innovation Lab. The Lab’s mission is to support and scale innovation for the public good, working with partners to run innovation funds and programmes, open innovation processes and challenge prizes. Our focus is broad, suppor... Read More →

Speakers
avatar for Mara Balestrini

Mara Balestrini

Partner and Director of Research, Ideas for Change
Human Computer Interaction (HCI) expert and technology strategist. Track record of successful independent technology interventions for community engagement as well as co-leading an innovation strategy firm. Computer Science PhD candidate University College London. Mara is a... Read More →
avatar for Dave Boyle

Dave Boyle

Director, Community Shares Company
Dave Boyle is passionate about people owning the things that matter to them. He spent a decade helping football fans in 4 continents bring their clubs into community ownership and now works with groups looking to develop community-owned businesses through the Community Shares Company, where he helped communities raise over... Read More →


Thursday July 6, 2017 14:00 - 14:45
05. Factory 1 place de la Pointe, 93500 Pantin

14:00

Logistics meets APIs - The last mile economy
Cities are the next platforms. Following 20th century urbanisation movement, now up to 50% on planet inhabitants live in a city. The high density of population creates new habits, new paradigm, and a new culture. We are evolving into homo urbanus.
In an era of fast digitalisation, where mobile and soon IoT will produce a data-pocalypse, where concentration of workers will create always more congestion, where pollution needs to be controlled and fought,  cities needs to adapt their infrastructure and prepare to be the 21st century platforms people expect them to be. Despite a “technical debt” which is the fact of history and architecture, they can prepare their digital infrastructure to be ready. Ready to help entrepreneurs, ready to help logisticians and transporters to accomplish the promise of the last mile economy. An efficient and resilient production and distribution network, to help people living in cities to be local, buy local, stay local. In this session we will receive actors working on out-of-the-box models to think the last mile differently, with technology and smart networks.

***The Last Mile Economy: Logistique et transports dans la ville.***

Speakers
avatar for Tariel Chamerois

Tariel Chamerois

Quality, Security & Environment (CPM) Manager, DB Schenker
DB Schenker SAS France Board Member in charge of Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR), Sustainablity & Environment for the pan-European and the Overseas supply chain solutions. Specialist in French Domestic, Cross-border land transport operations, where leadership empowering, di... Read More →
avatar for Francois De Chiara

Francois De Chiara

Corporate IT Strategy Director, FM Logistic
avatar for Julia Faure

Julia Faure

Strategic Project Manager, La Ruche qui Dit Oui
Julia Faure is coordinating strategic projects for La Ruche Qui Dit Oui! | She focuses on challenges related to short food supply shain, collaborative and decentralised logistics.
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Jean-Paul Rival

CEO, Urbismart
Jean-Paul RIVAL (54, French / Australian) is co-founder and CEO of URBISMART, a start-up created in 2014 that reinvents the Supply Chain by breaking the existing silos and developing a mutualized business model, with benefits both to the shippers, the carriers, the cities and the end consumers. Jean-Paul has been working successfully on Supply Chain and warehouse optimization projects for over 20 years. Before addressing the property development an urban aspects of logistics with Concerto, a Kaufman... Read More →


14:00

Breaking down bureaucracy: changing behaviors in public administrations
What does innovation mean in the public sector ? Is it about behaviours, specific skills, digitisation? What are the different approaches, from impact-driven to user-centric public policies?
How to impule the change ? And what is specific about it, what are the enablers and blocking parameters? 

***Briser la bureaucratie: changer les comportements dans les administrations publiques*** 

Moderators
avatar for Marco Daglio

Marco Daglio

Public Sector Innovation Specialist, OECD

Speakers
avatar for Sylvine Bois-Choussy

Sylvine Bois-Choussy

Sylvine Bois-Choussy is in charge of international cooperation at La 27e Région, an NGO aimed to play the role of “public transformation lab”. Together with public institutions, they lead research-action projects and test innovation methodologies. In all their works, they prioritize the concrete experience of users, civil servants and citizens as a starting point for re-examining public policy. Since 2011, they are developing La Transfo, an experimental program aimed at supportting a dozen of local authorities in creating their own... Read More →
avatar for Christine Feuk

Christine Feuk

Project Manager, Swedish Association of Local Authorities and Regions (SALAR)
Christine has a long experience in the public sector working with performance management, citizen dialogue and strategic issues for the municipality.  Today Christine is a projectmanager at (SALAR). One of her assignments at SALAR has been running a project helping local authori... Read More →


Thursday July 6, 2017 14:00 - 15:30
03. Lab 1 place de la Pointe, 93500 Pantin

14:00

Connecting community spaces in NYC with the world
The installation explores "culture-driven space" and the physical environment influence an experience. It explores the difference between the physical, tangible elements of a space and more the abstract, people-driven elements in creating a culture. The installation maps out and compares various co-working and collective spaces in NYC, such as Impact Hub NYC, NEW INC, The Music Building, Prime Produce, The Silent Barn, WeWork. It compares these spaces in terms of the following categories: space & logistics, experience design, building staff, culture & community, and programming strategy. The installation includes maps, photos, floorplans, and other content. The thesis is to consider the role of NYC, as a center point for international entrepreneurs, creatives, and innovators.
It welcomes participants to share information and images from their spaces around the world.

***Connecter les espaces communautaires à New-York avec le reste du monde*** 

Speakers
avatar for Roo Shamin

Roo Shamin

I have been building culture-driven spaces in NYC since 2010. I currently am the Member Experience Manager at Impact Hub NYC. I have previously worked with communities of experimental artists at places like The Music Building, NEW INC, and several other art spaces around the city... Read More →


Thursday July 6, 2017 14:00 - 15:30
07. Media Square 1 place de la Pointe, 93500 Pantin

14:00

Playful City - Augmented Reality for City Making
Limited Capacity full
Adding this to your schedule will put you on the waitlist.

Time to play! Bring your ideas in the process of collaborative city making and keep Paris floating by playing Floating City. The second game we’ve prepared for you, PoliCity, is an augmented reality game. You will have the chance to slip into one of the three roles – the social player, the economist or environmentalist player – and realize infrastructure and activity plans for different districts of Paris. Find out how you can influence city making!

Limited places, secure yours!

***La ville enjouée : expérience de réalité augmentée pour vivre autrement la ville***

Speakers
avatar for Teodora Constantinescu

Teodora Constantinescu

Urban Designer & Architect Researcher, Hasselt University
Teodora Constantinescu is an architect and urban designer. She is a member of the Architect's Chamber and Urbanist's Chamber of Romania since 2012. As of 2014 she is a researcher within the Spatial Capacity Building research group at Hasselt University, Belgium. She explores them... Read More →
avatar for Georgi Kostov

Georgi Kostov

Game Developer, Playful Interactive Environments
Georgi Kostov is a game developer and researcher with a Master’s degree in Interactive Media from the University of Applied Sciences Upper Austria. He explores novel technologies such as virtual and augmented reality and their application in interactive art installations and se... Read More →


Thursday July 6, 2017 14:00 - 15:30
04. Studio 1 place de la Pointe, 93500 Pantin

14:00

Who's Who in coliving?
During this session, PUREHOUSE LAB members will review the various players of the booming co-living industry. They will assess the status of the market and explore possible evolutions for the near future.

***Le bottin mondain du co-living***

Moderators
avatar for Marie-Suzanne Locqueneux

Marie-Suzanne Locqueneux

Marketing Innovation Leader, AccorHotels

Speakers
avatar for Ryan Fix

Ryan Fix

Founder, Pure House
avatar for Alexandre Martin

Alexandre Martin

Co-Founder, Colonies
avatar for Alban Ruggiero

Alban Ruggiero

Project Manager, Melt
avatar for Ed Thomas

Ed Thomas

The Collective


Thursday July 6, 2017 14:00 - 15:30
06. Coliving 1 place de la Pointe, 93500 Pantin

14:00

Emergence Room: exploring the edges and the essence of collaboration
Speakers
avatar for Chantal Calame

Chantal Calame

New Business Innovator RAI Lab, Raiffeisen Schweiz
Chantal is a passionate social innovator, currently exploring urban co-living and sustainable community building. She loves the sea and the mountains equally and enjoys the feeling of great overview when looking down on a landscape. She works for the innovation lab of a Swiss... Read More →
avatar for Jerónimo Calderón

Jerónimo Calderón

Mycelium
Jerónimo loves life, nature and Michelle in particular. When he's not surfing, he spends quality time with his friends and family or dedicates himself to his favorite hobby: sleeping (and dreaming of course). He descends from the indigenous tribe of the Aymara and Swiss peasants... Read More →
avatar for Michelle Grambeau

Michelle Grambeau

Experience Designer | Firestarter | Wellbeing Artist, World Wide Well & Amanitas
Michelle Grambeau is a student and educator in the practices of yoga, meditation and spiritual ecology as well as the founder of World Wide Well, a Silicon Valley based company, implementing holistic Well Standard programs for fast-paced tech teams and place-based communities.  In her roles as ecosystem partner for the... Read More →
avatar for Tamas Hovanyecz

Tamas Hovanyecz

Co-Initiator, Social Fokus
Tamas is passionate about how humans collaborate with each other. He creates spaces that allows the emergence of participation, self-organisation and creativity. He is a co-founder in SocialFokus, a Budapest-based collective of conscious businesses and a contributor in the Wellin... Read More →
avatar for Vanessa Moutinho

Vanessa Moutinho

CEO, Founder & Heart, Fértil | Hólos
All that is Human and True in your Heart. | | Vanessa Moutinho is a social innovator, entrepreneur, netweaver, holistic therapist and Fértil’s CEO. Inspired by the complexity of our era and catalyst of spiritual awakening, she creates and holds spaces in diverse fields f... Read More →
avatar for Adam Yukelson

Adam Yukelson

Action researcher, Presenting Institute
Adam is an action researcher, writer, and educator with the Presencing Institute, based in Cambridge, Massachusetts. In 2015, along with Otto Scharmer, he co-designed the course “u.lab: Transforming Business, Society and Self” which has since reached over 100,000 people in 180 countries, enabling them to learn and apply Theory U... Read More →


Thursday July 6, 2017 14:00 - 15:30
08. Floating Fest Canal de l'Ourcq

14:00

Trash transformed into ephemeral sculptures
This genuine urban art features ephemeral sculptures made with objects found in the street.

***Des déchets transformés en sculpture éphémère***  

Exhibitors
avatar for Lor-K

Lor-K

Artist, Urban Art
Fascinated by the trash and thrown away objects in our cities, Lor-K uses them as raw material for her projects. They are transformed and abandoned again, in the exact location where they have been found. She is therefore dependent on the territory, taking what the street has to... Read More →


Thursday July 6, 2017 14:00 - 19:30
Distributed spaces 1 place de la Pointe, 93500 Pantin

14:00

Makers & the city : discover initiatives and start your own
Come and see the selected DIY projects done by the Oui Are Makers' community in a large scale of fields: circular economy, tech, food, energy… Vote for your favorite and leave with its tutorial in order to make it on your own when you're back home. After that you will be able to share what you’ve done with the community, and give tips or improvements back !
The Oui Are Makers' team will be there to share with you on all topics around the makers in the city.

Exhibitors
avatar for Juliette Dauchez

Juliette Dauchez

Community leader, Oui Are Makers
Juliette puts her team spirit and her passion for creation into the Oui Are Makers community. She works with makers to develop their interests. Interested by innovation she joined the startup after studying entrepreneurship in college.
avatar for Hortense Sauvard

Hortense Sauvard

CEO & Founder, Oui Are Makers
Passionated by creativity, human being and digital, she founded OuiAreMakers.com in 2015 in order to widespread the maker culture. Oui Are Makers is the first online platform for makers in France, with 15 000 members who shared thousands of tutorials. Before that she was head of... Read More →


Thursday July 6, 2017 14:00 - 19:30
Distributed spaces 1 place de la Pointe, 93500 Pantin

14:00

OuiShare Radio
Join in the OuiShare Radio Every Day as the team record ideas and discussions in person at the Fest. You can listen to the podcasts online after.
Learn more

Speakers
BM

Bernie Mitchell

Showrunning, OuiShare


Thursday July 6, 2017 14:00 - 19:30
Distributed spaces 1 place de la Pointe, 93500 Pantin

14:00

Paris street life in photos
Immerse yourself in a series of photographs capturing the beauty of Paris street life - ordinary, but somehow magical.

***La vie urbaine de Paris en photos*** 


Thursday July 6, 2017 14:00 - 19:30
Distributed spaces 1 place de la Pointe, 93500 Pantin

14:00

Urban cultures unchained
A pop-up exhibition about street artists and dancers.

***Les cultures urbaines en liberté*** 

Artists
R

RStyle

RStyle est une structure de promotion des cultures urbaines sous toutes leurs formes. Depuis plus de 18 ans, RStyle s’attache à offrir un nouveau regard sur les cultures urbaines en France mais aussi à l’international, par l’organisation d’événements et l’action sociale... Read More →


Thursday July 6, 2017 14:00 - 19:30
Distributed spaces 1 place de la Pointe, 93500 Pantin

14:00

Virtual Reality experience
An immersive journey into Virtual Reality.

***Expérience de réalité virtuelle*** 

Exhibitors

Thursday July 6, 2017 14:00 - 19:30
Distributed spaces 1 place de la Pointe, 93500 Pantin

14:00

Governing sharing cities: a comparative case study of nine European cities
Cities all over the world are faced with the emergence of the sharing economy. The ambiguous nature- and rapid growth of the sharing economy leaves city authorities with urgent and complicated governance questions.
The poster visualizes how nine pioneering European Cities have regulated the sharing economy.

***La gouvernance des villes collaboratives : une étude de cas comparative de neuf villes européennes***

Exhibitors
avatar for Lies van den Eijnden

Lies van den Eijnden

Research Sharing Cities, ShareNL
Lies has done research on Sharing Cities for the past eight months to finish her Master Innovation Sciences at Utrecht University. Now she is working at shareNL to support them in building the Sharing Cities Alliance. She is passionate about social and digital innovations, urban... Read More →


Thursday July 6, 2017 14:00 - 19:30
Distributed spaces 1 place de la Pointe, 93500 Pantin

14:20

Entrepreneurial ecosystems in cities: overcoming the Silicon Valley model
Since the early days of the digital revolution in the 70s, Silicon Valley has been considered the global hotspot for technology, innovation and entrepreneurship. It is still today a magnet for global talent and capital, and an inspiration for cities around the world that want to build startup communities.

But Silicon Valley is no longer the only template for driving innovation, jobs creation and local impact. As startup communities are popping up in every major city globally, this session will explore what makes a great entrepreneurial ecosystem, and how to build and nurture one in your city.

***Des écosystèmes d'entrepreneurs dans les villes: dépasser le modèle de la Silicon Valley***

Depuis les premiers jours de la révolution numérique dans les années 70, la Silicon Valley a été considérée comme l'espace mondial pour la technologie, l'innovation et l'esprit d'entreprise. Elle est encore aujourd'hui un atout pour les talents et les capitaux mondiaux, et une source d'inspiration pour les villes du monde entier qui veulent construire des communautés de start-ups.
Mais la Silicon Valley n'est plus le seul modèle d'innovation, de création d'emplois et d'impact local. Au fur et à mesure que les communautés de start-ups apparaissent dans toutes les grandes villes du monde, cette session explorera ce qui crée un bon écosystème entrepreneurial et comment construire et en nourrir un dans votre ville. 

Moderators
avatar for Benjamin Tincq

Benjamin Tincq

Co-Founder, OuiShare / Good Tech Lab
French social entrepreneur and strategist focused on open source and decentralized technologies for new economies. Co-founder of OuiShare: a global network of projects and people exploring the edge and intersections of collaborative economies, emerging communities and digital tra... Read More →

Speakers
avatar for Jennifer Clamp

Jennifer Clamp

National Director, Techweek - NZTech
Jennifer Clamp lead change projects creating environments in which people can thrive. Her talents lie in taking a vision and bringing it to life. Her work has often meant building new technology platforms and shifting behaviour to enable growth. She also develops and facilitates... Read More →
avatar for Nicolas Colin

Nicolas Colin

Co-Founder & Partner, TheFamily
avatar for Rui Quinta

Rui Quinta

Managing partner and creative director, With Company
In the last 7 years, Rui Quinta has been consciously applying the Design Thinking mindset - a process learned at the HPI Stanford-D.School in Berlin - to the most various Branding and Business projects. He co-founded a fresh fish shop, a space experience design studio (www.toyno... Read More →


14:45

ShareLab Fund: Meet the pioneers
A​irbnb and ​U​ber have revolutionised how we access personal transport and accommodation in the corporate world​, but how can their peer to peer potential be used to tackle social issues, working alongside public services? Meet the pioneers backed by Nesta’s ShareLab Fund who are using technology to address social challenges. Alice Casey, who leads work on the ShareLab Fund for Nesta, will guide the discussion.

***ShareLab Fund: Rencontrez les pionniers***

Moderators
avatar for Alice Casey

Alice Casey

Senior Development Manager, Nesta
Alice leads on a portfolio of work looking at how the web is transforming communities and civic life at Nesta. She has a particular interest in how people are changing the society around them using new technology and ways of organising, collaborating and connecting from the ground up. Examples include her work... Read More →

Speakers
avatar for Stefan Baskerville

Stefan Baskerville

Director for Unions and Business, New Economics Foundation
Stefan is Director for Unions and Business at the New Economics Foundation where he works on the future of work and power and accountability in the economy. Before working for NEF, Stefan spent ten years as an organiser with Citizens UK, the UK’s largest community organising alli... Read More →
avatar for Mursal Hedayat

Mursal Hedayat

Social Entrepreneur & Chief Executive, Chatterbox
Mursal is the chief executive and founder of Chatterbox, a platform that trains refugees as foreign language tutors and connects them with students and professionals across the UK. She is a graduate in Economics from the University of Leeds and Year Here social change fellow. A f... Read More →
avatar for Natalie Shenker

Natalie Shenker

Co-Founder & Director, Hearts Milk Bank CIC
Natalie is passionate about developing a National Milk Bank Service in the UK and, as part of this process, has co-founded the Hearts Milk Bank, a research-focused social enterprise milk bank for London and the southeast. The HMB will enable the development of a novel biobank for... Read More →


Thursday July 6, 2017 14:45 - 15:30
05. Factory 1 place de la Pointe, 93500 Pantin

15:30

Big city, small human
A city is no longer just a city: it’s connected to the world, and the world comes to its doorstep. How do we find and place ourselves in an ever shifting landscape of globalization and diversity inside the city? This performance will explore how we deal with the different versions of ourselves and our cities, and invite the audience to collaborate in an experiment on how we can use movement to build bridges, or tear them down.

***Grandes villes, petits êtres*** 

Artists
avatar for Gillian Rhodes

Gillian Rhodes

I am a trans-national artist (dancer, choreographer, writer) currently based in Seoul. I believe passionately in peace that is more than not war, life that is full and fulfilling, and creativity as a fundamental aspect of humanity.


Thursday July 6, 2017 15:30 - 16:00
09. Plaza 1 place de la Pointe, 93500 Pantin

16:00

From 'Motor City' to food resilience: how Detroit has risen from the ashes
With the decline of the automobile industry, the city of Detroit has suffered an economic and demographic crisis, causing the municipality bankruptcy in 2013. From nearly 2 million inhabitants in the 1950s, the population fell to 700 000 people. With the city decline, access to fresh healthy affordable food became harder, qualifying Detroit as a “food desert”: according to the Fair Food Network, there is 10 grocery stores for every 100 000 inhabitants in Detroit, which is twice less than in nearby town Ann Arbor. And food access is even worse in neighborhoods with a high percentage of African Americans. As a response, communities have deployed adaptive strategies for food sovereignty and food justice: production, retail, education, policy making, land protection. Through food enterprises, communities are leading Detroit revival. Malik Yakini, Executive Director of the Detroit Black Community Food Security Network, is going to tell us how.

***De Motor City à la résilience alimentaire: comment Detroit a réussi à renaître de ses cendres***

Avec le déclin de l'industrie automobile, la ville de Detroit a subi une crise économique et démographique, provoquant la faillite de la municipalité en 2013. De presque 2 millions d'habitants dans les années 1950, la population est tombée à 700 000 habitants. Avec le déclin de la ville, l'accès à une nourriture fraîche, saine et abordable devenait plus difficile, faisant de Detroit comme un «désert alimentaire»: selon le Fair Food Network, il y a 10 épiceries pour 100 000 habitants à Detroit, soit deux fois moins que dans les environs Ville Ann Arbor. Et l'accès à la nourriture est encore pire dans les quartiers avec un pourcentage élevé d'Afro-Américains. En réponse, les communautés ont déployé des stratégies d'adaptation pour la souveraineté alimentaire et la justice alimentaire: production, commerce de détail, éducation, élaboration de politiques, protection des terres. Par le biais des entreprises alimentaires, les communautés mènent de front le renouveau de Detroit. Malik Yakini, directeur exécutif du Réseau de la sécurité alimentaire de la communauté noire de Detroit, va nous dire comment. 

Speakers
avatar for Malik Yakini

Malik Yakini

Malik Kenyatta Yakini is a founder and the Executive Director of the Detroit Black Community Food Security Network (DBCFSN). DBCFSN operates a seven-acre urban farm and is spearheading the opening of a co-op grocery store in Detroit’s North End. Yakini views the “good food... Read More →


16:00

Train stations as mobility labs
***Les gares comme des laboratoires de la mobilité***

Moderators
avatar for Mara Balestrini

Mara Balestrini

Partner and Director of Research, Ideas for Change
Human Computer Interaction (HCI) expert and technology strategist. Track record of successful independent technology interventions for community engagement as well as co-leading an innovation strategy firm. Computer Science PhD candidate University College London. Mara is a... Read More →

Speakers
avatar for Ross Douglas

Ross Douglas

CEO & Founder & CEO, Autonomy
Ross Douglas is a South-African entrepreneur who started his career making wildlife and conservation documentaries for broadcast including National Geographic. In 2005 he started Artlogic by creating an acclaimed art event with artist William Kentridge called 9 Films for Projection. The event was performed in New York's Central Park, London's Barbican and Berlin's Guggenheim Museum... Read More →
avatar for Patrick Ropert

Patrick Ropert

CEO, SNCF Gares & Connexions


16:00

More than money; mobilising resources for the participatory city
It seems that every day a new platform is launched to mobilise financial and non-financial resources across cities, but despite their potential few of them go to scale. Peter Baeck, Nesta’s Head of Collaborative Economy Research, will be joined by Tiago Peixoto of the World Bank to explore what works for cities, and the challenges posed for both government and citizens alike.

***Plus que de l'argent : mobiliser des ressources pour la ville participative***

Moderators
avatar for Peter Baeck

Peter Baeck

Head of Collaborative Economy Research, Nesta
Peter focuses on the collaborative economy, crowdfunding, P2P lending and the role of digital technologies in public and social innovation. Alongside this he has been involved in Nesta research projects on public sector innovation labs and leads Nesta's research on digital social... Read More →

Speakers
avatar for Tiago Peixoto

Tiago Peixoto

Tiago is a Senior Public Sector Specialist at the World Bank’s Governance Global Practice. His activities focus on working with governments to develop solutions for better public policies and services. Prior to joining the World Bank, Tiago has managed projects and consulted for a number of organisations, such as... Read More →
avatar for Clémence Pène

Clémence Pène

Head of Digital & Citizen Engagement, C40
Clémence serves as Head of Digital and Citizen Engagement for C40. She leads on C40’s digital communications strategy based on innovative campaigns, governance tools and citizen engagement in order to grow and strengthen C40’s online community. Prior to joining C40, Clémen... Read More →


Thursday July 6, 2017 16:00 - 16:45
05. Factory 1 place de la Pointe, 93500 Pantin

16:00

Happy [XXX] Lab : A prototype to celebrate, engage and catalyze city transformers
What happens when you put a social change leader, a local serial entrepreneur, a wellbeing artist, a kaospilot and a facilitator into a three-story house with a big garden in a city without internal nor external pressure to change (the capital of Switzerland) - for the duration of a summer with a mandate by the mayor of the city and a support network of over 300 leading Swiss companies to come up with an innovative approach to sustainable development?
Join us in the exploration of what we are learning and see emerging in this playful, rebellious and immature experiment to build a prototype for city transformation that is self-sustainable (offering a Universal Basic Income to the inhabitants of the lab), transferable (inspired by a playbook of shared experiences) and transitionary (with a clear expiration date to avoid new dependencies). Imagine what is possible if we connect like-minded experiments around the world to learn together in how to most effectively mobilize people to transform their world, starting with where, how, with whom and why they live?!

***Happy [XXX] Lab : Un prototype pour célébrer, engager et catalyser les transformateurs urbains***

Speakers
avatar for Dan Acher

Dan Acher

Founder, Happy City Lab
Artivist and social entrepreneur. Through participative projects and art installations Dan creates opportunities for people to meet and connect. | | Most of his interventions rely on the participation of passers-by and connection between strangers. He creates situations whe... Read More →
avatar for Chantal Calame

Chantal Calame

New Business Innovator RAI Lab, Raiffeisen Schweiz
Chantal is a passionate social innovator, currently exploring urban co-living and sustainable community building. She loves the sea and the mountains equally and enjoys the feeling of great overview when looking down on a landscape. She works for the innovation lab of a Swiss... Read More →
avatar for Jerónimo Calderón

Jerónimo Calderón

Mycelium
Jerónimo loves life, nature and Michelle in particular. When he's not surfing, he spends quality time with his friends and family or dedicates himself to his favorite hobby: sleeping (and dreaming of course). He descends from the indigenous tribe of the Aymara and Swiss peasants... Read More →
avatar for Michelle Grambeau

Michelle Grambeau

Experience Designer | Firestarter | Wellbeing Artist, World Wide Well & Amanitas
Michelle Grambeau is a student and educator in the practices of yoga, meditation and spiritual ecology as well as the founder of World Wide Well, a Silicon Valley based company, implementing holistic Well Standard programs for fast-paced tech teams and place-based communities.  In her roles as ecosystem partner for the... Read More →
avatar for Tamas Hovanyecz

Tamas Hovanyecz

Co-Initiator, Social Fokus
Tamas is passionate about how humans collaborate with each other. He creates spaces that allows the emergence of participation, self-organisation and creativity. He is a co-founder in SocialFokus, a Budapest-based collective of conscious businesses and a contributor in the Wellin... Read More →


Thursday July 6, 2017 16:00 - 17:30
06. Coliving 1 place de la Pointe, 93500 Pantin

16:00

Metropolitain.io: using data to visualize our transport networks
Experience the Parisian metro map according to time and crowds as new variables.

With the 3D visualization Metropolitain.io, the Parisian metro map is no longer arbitrarily dictated by the spatial distance between two points: time, space and crowds are the new variables, with which users can play to unveil the true reality behind their daily commute.
With Metropolitain.io, Dataveyes demonstrates how data can help shape and challenge the visions we have of the areas we live in, and how visualization precisely goes beyond the abstraction of data. It helps uncover actual meaning on our activities, our habits, our environments, and our cities

***Metropolitain.io: utiliser la donnée pour visualiser nos réseaux de transport*** 

Speakers
avatar for Benoît Vidal

Benoît Vidal

Co-founder, Dataveyes
Human Data Interactions
avatar for Claire Wehrung

Claire Wehrung

Content strategist, Dataveyes


Thursday July 6, 2017 16:00 - 17:30
07. Media Square 1 place de la Pointe, 93500 Pantin

16:00

Who am I: Co-creating transformation (or change) from within through Tantra
How can you take back your power and enable yourself to transform from within? Human citizens are at the heart of the next great transformation. Collectively, we can make change happen. So what unites you with your fellow citizens? Human capital is unlimited, in contrary to natural resources (oil, gas etc). What if you learn to access it and maintain a resilient cycle, by developing empathy and the links among you and others? Create local groups and dynamics based on your natural attraction potential! Learn through Tantra how to listen to the transformation already happening inside of you, and spark the flame to make the change happen.

***Qui suis-je: une expérience co-créative de transformation de l'intérieur avec le Tantra***

Speakers
avatar for Manuel Paris

Manuel Paris

Manuel is an explorer of communities, ecovillages, inner truth and resilience. From personal development to collective intelligence, he looks for ways to enable people to find theirs. (Tantra, Joia, Yoga, Medicine Dance, 5 Rythms, Biodanza, Coaching, ManKind Project, Sexual Groun... Read More →


Thursday July 6, 2017 16:00 - 17:30
08. Floating Fest Canal de l'Ourcq

16:00

How would it feel to be in a world with basic income? A simulation experience
Limited Capacity full
Adding this to your schedule will put you on the waitlist.

CoConomy is an interactive card game simulating two economy variations, one with basic income and one without. You will be trading resources to gather quartetts, pay your rent and try to survive round by round.
What will happen? Find our for yourself, what a basic income may does to you socially and the economy around you.
Maximum 24 players, secure your spot, first come, first serve.

***Qu’est-ce que cela nous ferait d’habiter le monde avec le revenu minimum ? Une expérience de simulation*** 

Speakers
avatar for Samuel Andert

Samuel Andert

Samuel Andert is the founder and CVO of Ovie - implementing visions - Their goal is to implement a global basic income from bottom up for every human, one after another, regardless their heritage, race or social status. The first step towards this goal is the introduction of our... Read More →
avatar for Jana Backes

Jana Backes

Sustainable Ressource Management Student, TU Munich
Jana spent three years studying International Business Administration in cooperation with a global chemical company. After she decided to have a more positive and straighter impact on our society, environment and our daily activities – now she is a master student of Sustainable Resource Management at TU Munich. At a Start-Up Weekend in Munich she picked up with Samuel and his idea of implementing a global basic income from bottom up for every human... Read More →


Thursday July 6, 2017 16:00 - 17:30
04. Studio 1 place de la Pointe, 93500 Pantin

16:00

Increasing grassroots collaboration to tackle challenges in fast-paced cities
This conversation will take us on a journey throughout major hubs in the world from Sao Paulo to Nairobi, through Casablanca, Beirut and Kigali. We will collectively question the challenges for cities still facing strong rural exodus, migration flows and demographic transition, therefore in huge and fast paced transformation, as well as explore the role of increased collaboration of politics with activists and changemakers collaborating in these countries.

***Faire croître la collaboration de base pour relever les défis dans les villes à rythme rapide***

Moderators
Speakers
avatar for Georgia Nicolau

Georgia Nicolau

Procomum Institute
Georgia Nicolau is the co-founder and co-director of the Procomum Institute. She is an activist and a researcher in the fields of culture, arts, politics and citizen innovation. Between 2013 and 2016 she was the Director of Management, Entrepreneurship and Innovation at the Brazi... Read More →
avatar for Nanjira Sambuli

Nanjira Sambuli

Digital Equality Advocacy Manager, Web Foundation
Nanjira is a researcher, policy analyst and advocacy strategist interested in and working on understanding the unfolding impacts of ICT adoption and how those impact governance, innovation, entrepreneurship and societal culture, with a keen focus on gender implications. She is cu... Read More →
avatar for Jonathan Stever

Jonathan Stever

Co-founder & Founder, ImpactHub Kigali &the Office
Jon Stever is the Founder and Managing Director of The Office and a co-founder of Impact Hub Kigali. Jon is a macroeconomist, social entrepreneur, writer, artist and community organizer. He designed Rwanda’s national climate change fund, FONERWA, and wrote Rwanda’s national debt... Read More →


Thursday July 6, 2017 16:00 - 17:30
03. Lab 1 place de la Pointe, 93500 Pantin

16:20

Logistics meets APIs - Open standards for logistics as a platform
What if we built a physical internet? An open and decentralized peer to peer network for physical goods production and distribution? They are building it.
Logistics and transports inside cities and between cities are too much designed in silos. We lose everyday huge resources, time, work, energy and money by not sharing common infrastructures. And moreover in the context of global warming where transports emits so much greenhouse gases. We can do better if we collaborate. As we did for the World Wide Web, we need to agree on standards and protocols to reduce the costs of integration and implementation. But contrary to the web, we need to consider lot more real world friction, these are not bits, these are physical goods! But as the logistics industry has a strong history of building standards, with the shipping containers, the barcode and much more, this  industry can think for the future, for the best of all. In this session, we will receive transporters and logisticians, industrials and researchers who are working to build this technical and business collaboration framework, and how they invest on open APIs to fulill the promise.

***Quand la logistique rencontre les APIs : des normes ouvertes pour la logistique en tant que plate-forme***

Speakers
avatar for Isabelle Badoc

Isabelle Badoc

Product Marketing Manager Supply Chain Offer, Generix Group
avatar for Eric Ballot

Eric Ballot

Professor, Mines ParisTech
avatar for Alexandre Berger

Alexandre Berger

Director of the Transverse Project & Supply chain, Carrefour
avatar for Yuki Liu

Yuki Liu

Co-Founder & COO, OSVehicle Inc.
Born in Italy in 1978, Yuki Liu has been in the business consulting industry since 2005 with a focus on design&architecture and automotive projects as Managing Director at Italchina, an international company that assists Italian enterprises in China market entry and growth strate... Read More →


16:20

Food sovereignty: the rise of a new food culture
In a world of globalised industry, many States’ policies are increasingly dictated by private sector interests and agri-food corporations. In response, both cities and civil society are taking action to get back the control of their food system, and decide how food is produced and distributed. For cities it means for example building a green bell or enforcing local procurement for public canteens. But beyond territorial marketing, how can cities build local food policies that are really controlled by local inhabitants, and ensure food security, food justice and health? At a civil society level, people also take action, first by consuming differently, buying local, organic, fair trade. But beyond consumption, more and more people are getting involved in production or distribution activities : community gardens, food cooperatives, buying groups, urban farms. The DIY culture is penetrating the food sector, paving the way for the emergence of a new food culture. The panel discussion will explore the interplay between food policies and citizen initiatives in their ability to bring about food sovereignty and ensure the resilience of the food system.

***Faire de la souveraineté alimentaire plus qu'un concept de marketing régional*** 

Dans un monde d'industrie mondialisée, les politiques de nombreux États sont de plus en plus dictées par les intérêts du secteur privé et les entreprises agroalimentaires. En réponse, les villes et la société civile prennent des mesures pour rétablir le contrôle de leur système alimentaire et décider de la façon dont les aliments sont produits et distribués. Pour les villes, cela signifie, par exemple, la construction d'une cloche verte ou la mise en place d'un approvisionnement local pour les cantines publiques. Mais au-delà du marketing territorial, comment les villes peuvent-elles construire des politiques alimentaires locales qui soient vraiment contrôlées par les habitants locaux, et assurer la sécurité alimentaire, la justice alimentaire et la santé? Au niveau de la société civile, les gens agissent également, d'abord en consommant différemment, en achetant des produits locaux, organiques et équitables. Mais au-delà de la consommation, de plus en plus de gens participent à des activités de production ou de distribution: jardins communautaires, coopératives alimentaires, groupes d'achats, fermes urbaines. La culture du Do It Yourself pénètre dans le secteur alimentaire, ouvrant la voie à l'émergence d'une nouvelle culture alimentaire. La table ronde explorera l'interaction entre les politiques alimentaires et les initiatives citoyennes dans leur capacité à susciter la souveraineté alimentaire et à assurer la résilience du système alimentaire. 


Moderators
avatar for Myriam Bouré

Myriam Bouré

Entrepreneur, Open Food France
I got two passions in life: good food, colourful, tasteful, diverse, which repects life. And new forms or organizations that give back their creative power to the people. In particular, collaborative economies tremendously support people empowerment and enable them to reinvent a... Read More →
avatar for Daniel Wathelet

Daniel Wathelet

Président, International Urban Food Network

Speakers
avatar for Marc Cases

Marc Cases

Tootem
avatar for Emma Dixon

Emma Dixon

Carlisle City Council
Emma is a Partnership Manager for a multiagency strategic city partnership within the north of England working across various strands. She is a lifelong collaborator and facilitator, and keen to enable others, locally and nationally. Emma is also a World Health Organisation Healthy City Coordinator and has recently represented in Hungary, Finland and Athens. Emma enabled... Read More →
avatar for Enrico Stano

Enrico Stano

co-founder, Katuma / Coopdevs
Working on getting rid of the technological bottlenecks that community based economies often face. Always advocating for cooperative and democratic governance, focusing on technology and platform cooperativism. | | Fostering critical and cooperative consumption in food and g... Read More →
avatar for Malik Yakini

Malik Yakini

Malik Kenyatta Yakini is a founder and the Executive Director of the Detroit Black Community Food Security Network (DBCFSN). DBCFSN operates a seven-acre urban farm and is spearheading the opening of a co-op grocery store in Detroit’s North End. Yakini views the “good food... Read More →


16:45

What’s your strategy to evolve the collaborative city?
To deliver the potential benefits of the collaborative city, we need to expand collaborations in new ways. Do we need to change the way our cities are governed? How should we work with existing institutions or corporations? Whose contributions are currently missing from cross-city collaboration? Matt Stokes (Nesta) and Tomas Diez (FabLab Barcelona) will encourage us to look beyond our comfort zones and encourage you to share strategies for engaging new audiences across cities.

***Quelle stratégie adopter pour développer la ville collaborative?***

Moderators
avatar for Matt Stokes

Matt Stokes

Researcher, Nesta
Focusing on new ways of tackling social challenges through existing and emerging technologies, Matt has a particular interest in inclusion, democracy, housing and environment. Matt is co-managing the DSI4EU project and is lead author of the report What next for digital social inn... Read More →

Speakers
avatar for Tomas Diez

Tomas Diez

Director, Fab City
Tomas Diez is the director of Fab Lab Barcelona. His research focuses on the emergence of communities that manufacture goods locally with digital tools. He further explores how these new models of production transform our cities and the way citizens live, consume and relate to ea... Read More →


Thursday July 6, 2017 16:45 - 17:30
05. Factory 1 place de la Pointe, 93500 Pantin

17:30

Hug Tech: Open up & embrace to unite
How many hugs do you give a day? Or a week? Do you know that couples who hug more are more likely to stay together? And that parents who hug their children raise more compassionate and confident human beings?Besides being a free technology, it is scientifically proven that hugs benefits our happiness levels. A good hug, for example, is the fastest way for you to get oxytocin (the “love drug”) flowing in your body. It calms your nervous system and boosts positive emotions. It also lowers your blood pressure and anxiety, and it can increase your social connections and your sense of belonging.So, if you are looking forward to connecting, and to experiencing the magic of giving and receiving through some steps into a real hug, come play and learn at this session! Join us and spread the love among your own network!

***Hug tech: s'ouvrir et s'etreindre pour se réunir***

Speakers
avatar for Vanessa Moutinho

Vanessa Moutinho

CEO, Founder & Heart, Fértil | Hólos
All that is Human and True in your Heart. | | Vanessa Moutinho is a social innovator, entrepreneur, netweaver, holistic therapist and Fértil’s CEO. Inspired by the complexity of our era and catalyst of spiritual awakening, she creates and holds spaces in diverse fields f... Read More →
avatar for Manuel Paris

Manuel Paris

Manuel is an explorer of communities, ecovillages, inner truth and resilience. From personal development to collective intelligence, he looks for ways to enable people to find theirs. (Tantra, Joia, Yoga, Medicine Dance, 5 Rythms, Biodanza, Coaching, ManKind Project, Sexual Groun... Read More →


Thursday July 6, 2017 17:30 - 18:00
09. Plaza 1 place de la Pointe, 93500 Pantin

18:00

Medellin: from fear to becoming the 'most innovative city in the world'
In 1991 Medellin was the most dangerous city in the world and in 2013 was recongnized as the most innovative city in the world. How was that possible? Join us to understand how common vision and purpose, strong collaboration between local government, private sector, universities and citizens gave Medellin enough resilience to rebirth from fear to life and to become a social, urban and technology innovation hub.

***Medellin: de la peur à l'obtention du statut «ville la plus innovante au monde»***

Speakers
avatar for Juan Pablo Ortega

Juan Pablo Ortega

CEO, INNOTEGIA
Juan Pablo Ortega advises various firms on their innovation and business strategy. Previously, he has been working for Ruta N Medellin, a public joint venture fostering the city’s innovation ecosystem.


18:00

Organizing a Transition City: Cooperation Jackson and the campaign to transform Jackson, Mississippi
***Organiser une ville de transition: la Cooperation Jackson et la campagne pour transformer la ville de Jackson, Mississippi***

Speakers
avatar for Brandon King

Brandon King

Cooperation Jackson
Brandon is a founder and organizing coordinator of Cooperation Jackson, which is an emerging network of worker cooperative and supporting institutions. Cooperation Jackson is fighting to create economic democracy by creating a vibrant solidarity economy in Jackson, Mississippi, t... Read More →


18:00

Apprendre les bases du court-métrage documentaire
This workshop aims at offering a short training to in shortdocumentary making. Eventually, you will be capable of making your own shortdoc (of less than 4 minutes) about one of several topic related to megacities challenges and solutions (social, civic tech/smart cities or urban planning/landscapes initiatives). You will get a chance to see your shortdocs broadcasted on our online platform and screened in our Paris Citizen Film Festival, and to be personnaly rewarded. Three aspects of the process will be adressed in the workshop : writing, shooting and editing.

Speakers
avatar for Louise Andrieu

Louise Andrieu

Reporter, New CITYzens
Louise Andrieu graduated from King's College London in European Public Policies. She is specialised in the role of social innovation in solving societal problems (education, environment, etc.). She co-produced and realised 10 short documentaries about citizen's initiatives to fos... Read More →
avatar for Romain Hecquet

Romain Hecquet

MegaCities ShortDocs
avatar for Sonia Pujol

Sonia Pujol

Senior Project Manager, Not-for-profit/ International Development Sector
NV

Nils Vaneff

Engineer of the ESME Sudria, Nils Van Effenterre works for the SNCF on major projects for the development of lines. Alongside his engineering curriculum, he developed a passion for video and reporting. After a first almost self-taught documentary experience showing the impact tha... Read More →


Thursday July 6, 2017 18:00 - 19:30
07. Media Square 1 place de la Pointe, 93500 Pantin

18:00

Space & Artefacts in coliving
PUREHOUSE LAB Executive Director Claire Flurin and her team will facilitate a playful workshop to explore the audience's willingness to share everyday life's objects and services with others. 

Moderators
Speakers
avatar for Ryan Fix

Ryan Fix

Founder, Pure House
avatar for Claire Flurin

Claire Flurin

Executive Director, PUREHOUSE LAB
avatar for Fabrice Simondi

Fabrice Simondi

CEO, The Pure House Lab


Thursday July 6, 2017 18:00 - 19:30
06. Coliving 1 place de la Pointe, 93500 Pantin

18:00

L’Arc de l’Innovation : faire de la collaboration territoriale un levier de transition vers la nouvelle économie

L’Arc de l’Innovation participe au rééquilibrage est-ouest du territoire métropolitain. La fracture territoriale issue du boulevard périphérique, notamment à l’Est parisien,  doit être dépassée pour fédérer les territoires autour de valeurs communes. L’Arc de l’Innovation fonde ainsi sa stratégie sur le développement de l’innovation à la fois technologique, économique, sociale, urbaine et écologique, au bénéfice des habitants et des quartiers. 

Au cours de cette session, nous aborderons la collaboration territoriale comme levier de développement de la nouvelle économie. Autour de Jean-Louis Missika, cette rencontre sera l'occasion de revenir sur l'ambition du festival et les synergies communes avec l'Arc, de restituer les ateliers menés sur tout le territoire et de revenir sur les grands projets urbains et économiques qui vont structurer l'Arc pour l'année à venir.


Speakers
avatar for Maelanne Bonnicel

Maelanne Bonnicel

Vice Director, PIE (Paris Initiative Entreprise)
avatar for Valentin Chaput

Valentin Chaput

Co-founder and co-chair, Open Source Politics
Valentin Chaput has a ten years background in French and European politics and public affairs. He co-founded Open Source Politics (social start-up) and Open Democracy Now (cycle of hackathons) to promote the development of civic digital commons in France. He intervene as an exper... Read More →
avatar for Jean-Louis Missika

Jean-Louis Missika

Conseil de Paris
avatar for Ioana Valero

Ioana Valero

Membre du réseau CivicWise, CoVille
Master en Architecture et Urbanisme par l’Ecole d’Architecture de Barcelone et diplômé en Architecture et Développement Urbain par l’Ecole d’Art d'Edimbourg. Tout au long de son expérience professionnelle Ioana s’est spécialisée dans la facilitation de la concerta... Read More →


Thursday July 6, 2017 18:00 - 19:30
05. Factory 1 place de la Pointe, 93500 Pantin

18:00

Relate to collaborate: hacking the roles of men and women towards oneness
What does it mean to unite? How can we build living spaces that make us feel whole? Which parts of us can be integrated so we can fully love and co-create in harmony? We invite you into a courageous adventure: being present, allowing your emotions and walking on the path of / towards Oneness. Recognizing, empowering and expressing both your feminine & masculine, shadows & lights, being & doing, and all possible duality. Exploring deeper levels of collaboration, guided by the wisdom that arises from relationships. Embrace your authentic self and others' in this thriving circle back to unity!

***Se comprendre pour collaborer : dépasser le rôle de l'homme et celui de la femme pour aller vers une unité***

Speakers
avatar for Vanessa Moutinho

Vanessa Moutinho

CEO, Founder & Heart, Fértil | Hólos
All that is Human and True in your Heart. | | Vanessa Moutinho is a social innovator, entrepreneur, netweaver, holistic therapist and Fértil’s CEO. Inspired by the complexity of our era and catalyst of spiritual awakening, she creates and holds spaces in diverse fields f... Read More →
avatar for Stanley Nyoni

Stanley Nyoni

Founder- Sustainability and Leadership Advisor, Diamond Leadership Academy
I am passionate about empowering others to find purpose and meaning in their lives. I have worked within infra-structure development, quality and environmental management systems. Over the past ten years, I have developed a talent as a (large) group facilitator and as an expert o... Read More →


Thursday July 6, 2017 18:00 - 19:30
08. Floating Fest Canal de l'Ourcq

18:00

Applying P2P principles in service design for the housing, mobility and energy sector

When moving from a vision to actual urban service design many new questions emerge. Some of the new questions are related to the challenge of articulating ideas into action, others related to the specific socio-cultural factors that define each city and its citizens needs. During this session we aim to identify and explore some of these questions - analyzing different ways of approaching them and potential consequences - with a group of international experts. The session will be focused around three topics that have been rapidly transforming in recent years: housing, energy and mobility. We have already seen how each sector is being shaped differently in every city according to the local needs and evolution of socio-technical applications. These topics provide a broad platform for discussion, enabling this session to explore the many possible futures that can be designed, and the related challenges and potential consequences.

***Appliquer des principes P2P en matière de conception de services pour le secteur du logement, de la mobilité et de l'énergie ***

Moderators
avatar for Albert Cañigueral

Albert Cañigueral

Connector Spain & LATAM, OuiShare
I build bridges between those leading the disruption caused by the power of sharing and collaboration through network technologies and the companies, governments and public agencies aiming to embrace the new paradigm. I founded ConsumoColaborativo.com in 2011 which is now refere... Read More →
avatar for Verena Hermelingmeier

Verena Hermelingmeier

Research fellow, Wuppertal Institut for Climate, Environment, Energy
Verena sees herself as the typical interface manager between different languages and worlds. Her mission is to get people together to discuss, share knowledge and be creative as in her view it is people who drive change. That is also why she is into the topic of sharing as it put... Read More →
avatar for Tom Llewellyn

Tom Llewellyn

STRATEGIC PARTNERSHIPS DIRECTOR, SHAREABLE
Tom Llewellyn is the Strategic Partnerships Director at Shareable.net, an award-winning news, action, and connection hub for the sharing movement. Born and raised in a small, sharing community in the San Francisco Bay Area, this lifelong commoner and story teller is the co-editor... Read More →
avatar for Gabriela Masfarre Pinto

Gabriela Masfarre Pinto

Consultant, Ideas for Change

Speakers
avatar for Ghislain Delabie

Ghislain Delabie

Explorer & co-founder, Le Lab OuiShare x Chronos
Ghislain Delabie is a specialist in service innovation and business models for new mobility. He has a varied background that includes experience in consulting, startups and larger corporates. | Ghislain is OuiShare mobility connector and cofounded Le Lab OuiShare x Chronos to e... Read More →
avatar for Lucia Hernandez

Lucia Hernandez

Collaborative Tourism Expert, OuiShare
Collaborative Economy expert. Specialised in Collaborative Tourism. Part of the Collaborative Transformation at OuiShare, an organization focused on the deep study of the collaborative economy model. Helping governments and enterprises to integrate and adopt collaborative economy... Read More →
avatar for Jonathan Imme

Jonathan Imme

Co-Founder, The Arrivers
Jonathan Imme is an entrepreneur, building platforms, spaces and communities to bring diverse people and their experiences together. His recent startup „The Arrivers“ has set out to establish a new kind of CoLiving experience for city newcomers across Europe. In his past 33... Read More →
avatar for Angelo Meuleman

Angelo Meuleman

Sharing Economy expert, Taxistop
Project director Shared Mobility at Taxistop for local and international projects about shared and sustainable mobility. OuiShare Mobility Connector Sharing Economy Consultant taxistop.be, socialcar-project.eu, share-north.eu, ouishare.net.
avatar for Julien Tchernia

Julien Tchernia

Co-Founder, ekWateur
Born in Aix-en-Provence, Julien Tchernia is a deep-down entrepreneur who succeeded in developing many companies. After a rich carreer in Brittany, Poland, Belgium, Italy and Burgundy as a telecoms engineer, he managed to grow businesses in narrow branches, on highly competitive m... Read More →

Featured contributors
avatar for Syed Omer Husain

Syed Omer Husain

Marie-Curie Research Fellow, SUSPLACE - Disruptive Innovations
Omer wants to live in a world where innovation thrives, where the open-source knowledge economy is mainstream and where governance and decision making is distributed appropriately. | | As a researcher for a multidisciplinary EU project SUSPLACE (Sustainable Place-shaping), Ome... Read More →
avatar for Alexandra Kessler

Alexandra Kessler

Project Coordinator & Research Fellow, CSCP - Collaborating Centre on Sustainable Consumption and Production
Alexandra is keen to analyze, develop and promote alternative sustainable lifestyles especially for urban contexts and to enable these lifestyles through multi-stakeholder cooperation. | She has a background in international development cooperation and is since 2013 working as... Read More →

Thursday July 6, 2017 18:00 - 19:30
03. Lab 1 place de la Pointe, 93500 Pantin

18:00

Disrupt & hold space: using co-design to re-balance power dynamics in cities
In what ways current co-design methodologies reinforce or disrupt structures of power, centralise or decentralise modes of knowledge creation, catalyse and regulate opportunities for civic agency and engagement?

***Perturber et tenir l'espace : utiliser la co-conception pour rééquilibrer la dynamique de puissance dans les villes***

Speakers
avatar for Liz Corbin

Liz Corbin

Researcher, Institute of Making
Liz Corbin is a researcher of materials and process based at the Institute of Making, the main focus of her PHD research being the emerging UK maker community in relation to cultures of practice and manufacturing. She has driven the formation and continual support of The Open Workshop... Read More →
avatar for Nat Hunter

Nat Hunter

Director, Machines Room
Nat Hunter is a user experience designer and uses her work to explore ways design can have positive social and environmental impact. She is Strategic Director of Machines Room, East London’s Impact Maker Space, an incubator for a community exploring new distributed production t... Read More →
avatar for Valeria Righi

Valeria Righi

Researcher, Ideas for Change
Senior Researcher at Ideas for Change, a consulting and research company that works in the fields of innovation, business strategy and user centred design. We develop frameworks to help organizations catalyse innovative solutions to social challenges through creative combination... Read More →
avatar for Justyna Swat

Justyna Swat

co-founder, POC21 / USIL
Strategic designer and architect. Working on projects developing socially and ecologically responsible solutions using digital tools. Urban researcher. Co-founder of POC21 , design assistant at the ENSCI les Ateliers School of Industrial Design, WikiHouse Foundation executive, f... Read More →


Thursday July 6, 2017 18:00 - 19:30
04. Studio 1 place de la Pointe, 93500 Pantin

18:20

A Systems Thinking Approach to Urban Resilience
Metabolic Founder and CEO Eva Gladek will talk about how systems thinking can guide us to creating and implementing the right strategies for urban resilience, connecting smart and circular city paradigms to a new movement of decentralized resource provision and manufacturing. 

***Une approche de réflexion sur les systèmes de résilience urbaine*** 

Speakers
avatar for Eva Gladek

Eva Gladek

Eva Gladek is the founder and CEO of Metabolic, a consulting and venture building company that aims to transform the global economy into one that is fundamentally more circular, regenerative and equitable by design. Eva is a molecular biologist and industrial ecologist. In her ye... Read More →


18:20

Cities that make: the urban manufacturing Renaissance
A couple centuries ago, cities had to produce most of what they consume. Industrial revolutions introduced economies of scale and lower transportation costs, which increased global commerce. Globalization then led to an increased the global concentration of production, a phenomenon amplified by the digital revolution, network effects, and the new focus of industrialized economies on services - while they outsourced manufacturing to emerging countries.

But the same digital revolution gave birth to a new range of technologies, processes and business models for "advanced manufacturing" that is lighter, smaller, cheaper and more flexible, making it suitable again for production in cities. In short, we are witnessing a Renaissance of Urban Manufacturing, where connectivity, automation and digital fabrication have replaced the steam, smoke and noise of large factories of cities of past.

During this session, we will explore new opportunities and challenges of urban manufacturing for hardware entrepreneurs, makers, designers, policymakers and established companies.

***Les villes qui fabriquent : la Renaissance de la fabrication urbaine***

Il y a quelques siècles, les villes devaient produire la plupart de ce qu'elles consommaient. Les révolutions industrielles ont introduit des économies d'échelle et des coûts de transport plus bas, ce qui a augmenté le commerce mondial. La mondialisation a ensuite entraîné une augmentation de la concentration globale de la production, un phénomène amplifié par la révolution numérique, les effets de réseau et le nouvel intérêt des économies industrialisées sur les services - tout en sous-traitant la fabrication vers les pays émergents.

Mais la même révolution numérique a donné naissance à une nouvelle gamme de technologies, de procédés et de modèles commerciaux pour la «fabrication avancée» plus légère, plus petite, moins chère et plus souple, ce qui la rend à nouveau appropriée pour la production dans les villes. En bref, nous assistons à une Renaissance de la fabrication urbaine, où la connectivité, l'automatisation et la fabrication numérique ont remplacé la vapeur, la fumée et le bruit des grandes usines des villes du passé.

Au cours de cette session, nous explorerons les nouvelles opportunités et les défis de la fabrication urbaine pour les entrepreneurs, les fabricants, les concepteurs, les décideurs et les entreprises établies.


Moderators
avatar for Benjamin Tincq

Benjamin Tincq

Co-Founder, OuiShare / Good Tech Lab
French social entrepreneur and strategist focused on open source and decentralized technologies for new economies. Co-founder of OuiShare: a global network of projects and people exploring the edge and intersections of collaborative economies, emerging communities and digital tra... Read More →

Speakers
avatar for Maud Chidiac

Maud Chidiac

Project Manager, Local Motors
avatar for Agathe Fourquet

Agathe Fourquet

Agathe Fourquet is the co-founder of Usine IO, a hardware project acceleration service along with Benjamin Carlu and Gary Cigé. As a PR expert, she advised startups and Microsoft’s B2C and B2B divisions among other larger IT companies during 5 years. From 2012 to 2014, she directed the communication departments of two business clusters in the Paris Region : Cap Digital... Read More →
OG

Olivier Geoffroy

Director, Unto This Last Ltd


18:40

What makes a city resilient? A perspective from Paris and beyond.
What are the keys to building a resilient city?

***Qu'est-ce qui rend une ville résiliente? Perspective depuis Paris et au-delà*** 

Moderators
avatar for Elisabeth Laville

Elisabeth Laville

Expert in local & sustainable economies, Utopies

Speakers
avatar for Olivia Armenta

Olivia Armenta

Associate Director, City Relationships, 100 Resilient Cities
Olivia Armenta brings a rich experience working with municipal, state, and federal governments. Olivia has worked extensively in Latin America with the Inter-American Development Bank and various NGOs. Her work has included project development and implementation of infrastructure... Read More →
avatar for Sébastien Maire

Sébastien Maire

Chief Resilience Officer, City of Paris
Sébastien Maire, 41 years old, is the Chief Resilience Officer of the City of Paris. Expert in local authorities’ management, he used to be both elected official (deputy-mayor of his birth town, in charge of university and international relationships) and administrative director in other French municipalities (for economic and local development). From 2008 to 2014, he had to manage many kinds of crisis, especially social ones, as the Mayor's chief of staff of an important and poor city in Paris's suburb. He's specialist in sustainable development and... Read More →


19:30

Jam session
Musicians of the world, this night was made for you. Come and play along, share your vibes and groove, and make this night just the way you want.

Thursday July 6, 2017 19:30 - 22:00
09. Plaza 1 place de la Pointe, 93500 Pantin

19:30

Surprise walk along the canal // Balade surprise le long du canal
Limited Capacity full
Adding this to your schedule will put you on the waitlist.

Au départ des Magasins généraux, embarquez pour une balade le long du canal de l'Ourcq, voyagez à travers l'histoire et découvrez un lieu culturel qui fait le territoire. Au programme : pas de programme, de l'improvisation, des rencontres, de la musique et peut-être une surprise culinaire.

Rendez-vous pour un départ groupé au Checkpoint !

Speakers

Thursday July 6, 2017 19:30 - 22:00
10. Off-site

19:45

What corporate innovation can learn from grassroots movements
Frugality flexibility and fellowship are three of the key lessons: Frugality is not cheap, it is economical, it is circular, and it is addressing minimal user demand with stacking option of additional features. Flexibility is achieved by preferring bundling options over blending of different features, forms and functions. Corporations can also learn how grassroots innovators exploit long tail of innovation by filling niches of unmet social needs and not aiming at the top of the scaling curve. That mindset means that corporations will always wait for problems to scale up so that they can sell scaled up solutions. Nothing could be more unsustainable. Diversity over space, seasons/time, sector, skill, social segments and structure of governance ( 6-S) is vital for inclusive innovation and development ecosystem. Grassroots innovators not only can teach getting more from less for more but also share the spirit of  Fellowship. Open reciprocal and responsible innovation system bring greater solidarity among fellow manufacturers, users, supply chain members and even regulators. Cities can become open  laboratories of compassion, collaboration and creativity, and co-creation between formal and informal sector through  symbiotic relationship. New business models will emerge when one builds capacities of the whole value chain members from homemakers, workers, consumers, supply chain members to even  hitherto excluded communities.

***Que peut apprendre l'innovation d'entreprise des mouvements populaires ?*** 

La flexibilité et la fraternité de la fraternité sont trois des leçons clés: la frugalité n'est pas bon marché, elle est économique, elle est circulaire et répond à la demande minimale des utilisateurs avec une option d'empilement de fonctionnalités supplémentaires. La flexibilité est obtenue en préférant des options de regroupement au mélange de différentes fonctionnalités, formes et fonctions. Les entreprises peuvent également apprendre comment les innovateurs locaux se servent de l'innovation en s'adressant à des niches de besoins sociaux non satisfaits, en n'attendant pas le sommet de la courbe d'exacerbation des besoins. Cela signifie que les entreprises attendent toujours des problèmes à grande échelle pour pouvoir vendre des solutions à grande échelle. Rien ne pourrait être moins durable. La diversité sur l'espace, les saisons / temps, le secteur, les compétences, les segments sociaux et la structure de la gouvernance (6-S) est vitale pour l'innovation et l'écosystème de développement inclusifs. Les innovateurs locaux non seulement peuvent enseigner à obtenir plus avec moins, mais aussi partager l'esprit de Fraternité. Le système d'innovation réciproque et responsable ouvert apporte une plus grande solidarité entre les autres fabricants, les utilisateurs, les membres de la chaîne d'approvisionnement et même les régulateurs. Les villes peuvent devenir des laboratoires ouverts de compassion, de collaboration et de créativité, et la co-création entre le secteur formel et le secteur informel par le biais de relations symbiotiques. De nouveaux modèles d'affaires apparaîtront lorsque l'on construira les capacités de l'ensemble des membres de la chaîne de valeur des ménagères, des travailleurs, des consommateurs, des membres de la chaîne d'approvisionnement jusqu'aux communautés jusqu'alors exclues. 

Speakers
avatar for Anil Gupta

Anil Gupta

Dr Anil K Gupta's mission is to expand the global as well as local space for innovations at grassroot level; recognition, respect and reward for creative people. He's committed to unfolding creative potential of individuals, institutions and societies through frugal, flexible an... Read More →


19:45

Smart city: l'IA nous permettra-t-elle de vivre mieux en ville?
Quel futur laissent présager les progrès de l’intelligence artificielle pour la ville ? A l’heure de la dataCity, la ville des flux et des données, comment concilier la technologie et l’humain sans sombrer dans le cauchemar de Minority Report ? Sécurité, logement, énergie, mobilités, commerce, tourisme : toutes les fonctions de la ville seront impactées. L’IA peut-être un outil au service de la Safe & Smart City, à condition d’être maitrisée. Comment assurer la cohabitation entre les robots et les hommes dans une ville intelligente et humaine ? Les robots seront-ils des résidents « comme les autres » ? Qui dirigera la ville : un chatbot ou bien un maire « augmenté » ?

Moderators
avatar for Philippe Mabille

Philippe Mabille

Editorial Writer, La Tribune

Speakers
avatar for Guillaume Devauchelle

Guillaume Devauchelle

Vice-President Group Innovation and Scientific Development, Valeo
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Isabelle Falque-Pierrotin

Deputy Chair, CNIL
Isabelle Falque-Pierrotin held various posts with the French State Council (Conseil d’Etat), from 1986 to 2001(auditeur and maître des requêtes) and had responsabilities in the print and broadcast media from 1988 to 1991. Deputy Chair of the French Ministry of Culture and French-Speaking World Matters from 1993 to 1995, then she became State Counselor (Conseiller... Read More →
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Guy-Philippe Goldstein

Senior Analyst, Wikistrat, Cyberdesk
Guy-Philippe Goldstein is a management consultant, and an analyst of cyber defense with a focus on both global stability and human & economic environment for cybersecurity. His acclaimed novel, Babel Minute Zero, is a forward-thinking look at the role of cyberwar in global geopolitics. He is a Senior Analyst on the Cyberdesk for Wikistrat, a global network of national security... Read More →
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Stéphane Mallard

Digital Evangelist, Blu Age
Stephane is a digital evangelist. | He learned coding when he was a teenager and studied economics in Canada and political science at Sciences Po in Paris.Stephane started his career in the trading rooms of a major European Bank as a digital evangelist. As they do in tech companies in the US, his role was to address all the disruptive forces brought by the digital revoluion such as artificial intelligence, blockchain, quantum... Read More →
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Louisa Mesnard

Citron
Franco-Irish, Louisa Mesnard is the Co-Founder of Citron (http://m.me/meetcitron), Messenger chatbot that recommends places to go to. Looking for a place is personalized and made as easy as chatting with a friend, thanks to AI.  Louisa Mesnard is also involved in the French ecosystem with Textfugees (winner of the 2016 Techfugees hackathon that uses technology to help refugees) and is COO of StartHer (ex Girls in... Read More →


19:45

La ville sensationnelle : jeu d'exploration urbaine par les sens
L’objectif de notre atelier est d’explorer le lien entre sciences cognitives et urbanisme, au travers d’expériences interactives qui révèleront l’importance de nos perceptions et émotions au sein des espaces urbains. En nous basant sur les sciences cognitives, nous développerons des solutions de manière collaborative pour repenser et designer des villes plus efficaces, résilientes et inclusives. Notre atelier s’organisera en 3 étapes qui viseront à interroger notre perception de la ville. La première étape s’intitulera « Marketing urbain citoyen » et s’intéressera à la façon dont les citoyens s’approprient et promeuvent la ville ; la seconde plongera les participants dans une « Immersion sensorielle » pour révéler l’importance de nos sensations dans la perception urbaine ; et la troisième « Ville sensationnelle » se penchera sur des solutions concrètes pour mieux inclure nos sensations et émotions dans le design urbain, grâce aux outils et recherches issues des sciences cognitives.

Speakers
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Pierre Bonnier

Free-lance, École Normale Supérieure de la rue d'Ulm
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Alice Cabaret

Urban Strategist, The Street Society
Alice Cabaret is an innovator, problem-solver and implementer who has extensive experience in creative urban regeneration and innovation. She is the founder of The Street Society urban consulting company, as well as a co-founder and director of the GRIND Cities Lab initiative. Sh... Read More →
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Guillaume Dezecache

Postdoctoral Research Scientist, École normale supérieure
Guillaume Dezecache is a researcher in the field of social cognition. his research deals with how people collectively react to danger.
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Emma Vilarem

Emma Vilarem is a PhD student in cognitive neuroscience at the Ecole Normale Supérieure. Her work focuses on how emotions can influence our actions in social environments.


Thursday July 6, 2017 19:45 - 21:00
03. Lab 1 place de la Pointe, 93500 Pantin

20:00

Leave no one behind: putting marginalized communities at the heart of urban innovation
How to help city managers to engage with those who are on street, work in shacks but are highly skilled, even if markets for their talents  have not evolved as yet. Open common spaces, create solidarity and communities.  Motivating private entrepreneurs and social innovators to invest in common creativity lab, art, culture and literary spaces even under flyovers, can help disadvantaged children to get coaching for academic studies but also arts, culture, skills and craftsmanship. Immigrants should not be enculturated in dominant culture but also expected to contribute their own folk culture, meanings, tales, fables, art forms, nutritious foods, elderly care networks, and technological skills. Community creativity and food labs may be created so that every poor person gets more nutrition and value out of every cent she spends on food or living. Various enterprises can create circular economy lab in their vertical so that poor rag pickers can add value to transformative value addition by blending informal and formal knowledge systems. Because minds on the margin are not marginal minds. 

***Ne laisser personne en arrière : mettre les communautés marginalisées au cœur de l'innovation urbaine***

Comment aider les gestionnaires de la ville à s'engager avec ceux qui sont dans la rue, qui travaillent dans des endroits précaires bien qu'ils soient très qualifiés, même si les marchés auxquels pourraient s'adresser leurs talents n'ont pas encore évolué ? Ouvrir des espaces communs, créer de la solidarité et des communautés. Motiver les entrepreneurs privés et les innovateurs sociaux à investir dans un laboratoire de créativité commune, l'art, la culture et les espaces littéraires, même sous des tentes, peut aider les enfants défavorisés à se préparer à des études universitaires, mais aussi aux différentes formes d'arts, à la culture, à l'artisanat et à d'autres compétences. Les migrants ne doivent pas être exclus de la culture dominante, mais devraient contribuer à leur propre culture populaire, leurs significations, leurs contes, leurs fables, leurs formes artistiques, leurs aliments nutritifs, leurs réseaux de soins aux personnes âgées et leurs compétences technologiques. La créativité communautaire et des laboratoires alimentaires peuvent être créés afin que chaque personne pauvre obtienne plus de nutrition et de valeur sur chaque euro qu'elle dépense pour de la nourriture ou des besoins quotidiens. Diverses entreprises peuvent créer un laboratoire d'économie circulaire afin que les plus pauvres puissent retirer une plus grande valeur à partir de la valeur existante en combinant des systèmes informels et formels de connaissances. Parce que les esprits à la marge ne sont pas des esprits marginaux. 

Moderators
AL

Antonin Léonard

Co-Founder, OuiShare

Speakers
avatar for Anil Gupta

Anil Gupta

Dr Anil K Gupta's mission is to expand the global as well as local space for innovations at grassroot level; recognition, respect and reward for creative people. He's committed to unfolding creative potential of individuals, institutions and societies through frugal, flexible an... Read More →
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Sonja Miokovic

Co-Founder, Wonder.Lab
Sonja is a serial social entrepreneur who is passionate about using data, creativity and inclusion to solve the world's biggest problems. She's a city aficionado and a pro on urbanization and youth. In 2012 she co-founded YouthfulCities a social venture leading a global movement of data-driven urban regeneration. As the Global Director, Sonja engaged and activated 1000s of youth in the... Read More →


20:30

Smart City et IA: Rapport d'étonnement
Speakers
avatar for Jacques Mézard

Jacques Mézard

Ministre de la Cohésion des Territoires


  • Session Type Q&A
 
Friday, July 7
 

09:00

Cities as creative networks: a sensorial experience
Limited Capacity seats available

Masterclasses can be booked individually here and are included in All-Access tickets.

How can city spaces become as creative as possible? How can sensorial network awareness be a tool for creating social cohesion and sustainable urban development? 

This Masterclass offers a lived experience of new ways of relating to each other and our environment in cities. It will show how creativity, relationality and trust are critical for creating sustainable urban environments, with practical experiments. 

How we can engage with the tension between normativity and creativity in public spaces? This is a central question raised by Charles Landry, author of "A Toolkit for Urban Innovators." Bodily network awareness is key for us to be able to tap into the innovative potential of complex systems such as cities. 

The Masterclass will be a mix of group work, movement exercises and discussion on generative relationality and sensing ourselves connected in a co-creative web. Workshop participants will become aware of the organic and sensorial relationship between themselves, others and their living spaces; and a ‘sense of security’ becomes something not technologically implied, but truly felt. They will also be able to find concrete applications of this in urban planning and their own fields of work.

Who is this class for?

Urban designers, policy-makers, mobility researchers, data scientists, citizen organisations, artists, and anyone who wants to have fun and learn more about smart, creative cities.

The workshop is open to everyone, irrespective of previous experience with body awareness movement.

What will you learn?

  • Experience ‘city’ as creative network - of different people, materialities, intensities and technologies

  • Gain or deepen your network awareness as more than smart technology

  • Understand high relevance of citizens’ socio-cultural diversity and concepts of time to urban planning

  • Be inspired for urban development in line with human bodies and sensorial awareness

 




Speakers
avatar for Doerte Weig

Doerte Weig

UNU-GCM, Movement Research
Doerte Weig is an artist-researcher with a background in social anthropology (PhD), corporate management and communications, and teaching. Her fascination and aim is to uncover the different facets of human movement and physicality, and how these relate to social-political change and urban transformation. In her current project with the United Nations University Institute on Globalization, Culture and Mobility (UNU-GCM), Doerte, as a specialist on the nexus of bodies and mobilities, is investigating the impacts of migration and urban... Read More →


09:00

Communicating in an emergent organization: ingredients & recipies from OuiShare
Limited Capacity seats available

Masterclasses can be booked individually here and are included in All-Access tickets.

Organizations today have to navigate in highly complex as well as rapidly changing environments. Not only is there a need for organizations to become more agile and adaptive to our rapidly changing society, there is also a call for them to be more human-centered and purpose driven. How can you combine participation with agility? How do you design lean communication based on transparency, decentralization and participation?

This Masterclass will show how communication is a critical ingredient for building an organizational culture of agility, agency and distributed problem solving. Building on key learnings from developing the emergent organization OuiShare, it will teach concrete communication practices and processes that have proven to have a high impact on organizational culture.

Key topics that will be explored are:
  • New forms of collective decision making & strategy
  • Agile work practices
  • The power of syncing your offline and online communication
  • Stigmergy: the importance of documentation and smart prioritization
  • How to design learning and feedback loops to improve the quality of results as well as team development

Who is this class for?
Any public or private organization looking to transform their organizational culture.

What will you learn?
This class will provide you:
  • A basic understanding of why communication is the foundation of shaping organizational culture and fostering emergence
  • Insights into the communication infrastructure & practices that have enabled OuiShare to develop its distributed network of 5 000 members in 15 countries
  • Experiences through exercises and simulations to provide a deeper understanding on how these insights can be applied and adapted to your own organization
  • Methodologies, technical & cultural tools
  • Access to resources, networks and guidelines to help you implement this in your own organization

Speakers
avatar for Sarah Eisenmann

Sarah Eisenmann

Consulting
Human centric and participatory approaches in leadership, technology and business are her passion. Therefore she works in consulting, writing, facilitating and speaking around these topics. With OuiShare, she fosters social models based on collaboration, openness, and decentraliz... Read More →
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Francesca Pick

Co-founder OuiShare Fest, OuiShare
Collaborative governance geek and co-founder of OuiShare Fest. Experimenting the future of organizations across cultures and continents as OuiShare Connector, Enspiral Member and working on Cobudget. Looking to shift power dynamics through cultural practices, tech tools and the o... Read More →
avatar for David Weingartner

David Weingartner

Connector, OuiShare
With a background in international business, David Weingartner joined the OuiShare community through researching the social and environmental impacts of collaborative consumption and the implicated transformation process that affects traditional business models. Today, as a desig... Read More →


09:00

Platform Organizations: becoming a living, learning system
Limited Capacity seats available

Masterclasses can be booked individually here and are included in All-Access tickets.

Platforms have completely transformed the way we do business in the 21st century. Networked business models are allowing companies to become platforms on which their ecosystems and stakeholders can share value easily.  Thanks to technology as well as the falling cost and complexity of large scale coordination, platform businesses are achieving large returns and impact with comparatively low investments. How can we apply the lessons learned from the tremendous success of platform models to other organizations?

This Masterclass will show how organizations can go beyond the traditional industrial, bureaucratic modes of management and be designed as living systems -- systems that encourage improvement and learning through interactions and relationships. This will be done by applying the Platform Design Toolkit methodology and canvases.

Who is this class for?
Corporate intrapreneurs that want to conquer markets and design better organizations. Startup founders that aim at disrupting incumbents with exponential growth. Social entrepreneurs that aim to achieve scalable impact. Consultants that help clients design innovations, and anyone wanting to understand how platforms work.

What will you learn?
This class will provide:
  • an understanding of what a platform organization is and the strategic pillars it consists of
  • An assessment of the current situation of your organization and how platform thinking could help you respond to challenges
  • A set of tools to (such as the platform design canvas) rapidly analyze an organization from the platform point of view and to design organizational changes that can be implemented as continuous experiments.

>> Learn more about the platform design toolkit


Speakers
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Simone Cicero

FOUNDER, Platform Design Toolkit
Simone Cicero is a strategist in love with open culture and Freedom, researching about change and society. He inspires people in nurturing radical innovation and transformation. He designs events, formats and co-creation workshops to experience the power of cooperation. He is a l... Read More →


09:00

Self-organized sessions
For these informal sessions, participants are invited to self-organize in the venue. These spontaneaous meetups may focus on a specific topic, aiming at a collective and participatory discussion. 
You will be able to propose such sessions on Wednesday afternoon, at the info point.

Friday July 7, 2017 09:00 - 13:00
09. Plaza 1 place de la Pointe, 93500 Pantin

09:00

Systems thinking in practice: creating change through a systems lens (by Forum for the Future)
Limited Capacity seats available

Masterclasses can be booked individually here and are included in All-Access tickets.

Systems do change. At the School of System Change we’re setting off with a purpose: to explore creating the change we want. Our mission is to map the emerging field of system change for sustainability, and get (lots) more people and their organisations inspired, geared up and venturing out to implement transformational change. We invite you to come along.

This masterclass presents a taster session of the School of System Change, where we will be using a systems lens to the challenge you’re working on*.
Together we will think in systems and design tactics which reach for wider impact. We will be collaborative, interconnected and learning through practice.

Who is this Masterclass for?

Whether you’re a total beginner or already thinking in systems, this masterclass will equip you to both think and act systemically.
This Masterclass is ideal for:
  1. Change agents: You’re on a mission to create positive impact and you acknowledge the complexity of the challenge ahead. You want to build your capacity in system change, whether you’re a novice or a seasoned practitioner.
  2. Representatives of organisations: You represent a business, foundation, charity or other organisation and you’re thinking about how to design and deliver a strategy that will have systemic impact and keep you future fit.

What will you learn?

Participants in this masterclass will:
  1. Understand and apply the principles of systems thinking.
  2. Experience and articulate the need for systems change.
  3. Gain confidence in their own potential as a change agent.
  4. Apply a systems lens to the change they are trying to bring about.

*Please note that this masterclass will require you to bring your challenge to the table, which can range from fighting ocean plastics to homelessness, to changing or influencing the strategy of the organisation you’re part of. It can be a side project or your full-time gig, anything goes! However, we’ll require a very short description of your challenge in advance of the masterclass.

Speakers
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Corina Angheloiu

Designer and Strategist, Systems Change Lab, Forum for the future
Corina Angheloiu is a design practitioner with a longstanding curiosity towards how systemic change can be fostered. Trained as an architect, she is currently exploring how design methods can enable and accelerate place-based systems change for sustainability. Previous to joinin... Read More →
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Laura Winn

Laura Winn has worked for 15 years with social enterprise and multi-stakeholder projects, and has moved from grass roots to business advice, through futures and sustainability, and has landed in the world of systems. She is passionate about new economic models, the regenerative e... Read More →


Friday July 7, 2017 09:00 - 13:00
03. Lab 1 place de la Pointe, 93500 Pantin

09:00

The A to Z of Sharing Cities: what the sharing economy could mean for your city [In EN & FR]
Limited Capacity seats available

Masterclasses can be booked individually here and are included in All-Access tickets.

Citizens all around the world are discovering the sharing (​collaborative)​ economy. Online platforms facilitate the exchange​ of goods and services at an ever increasing speed​, whilst t​raditional businesses are exploring this new phenomenon rapidly, too.​ With the advent of the sharing economy, the digital world has made its definitive step into the physical universe of cities. The time has come for city governments to respo​nd. ​

This masterclass will bring you up to speed on all the recent developments around cities and sharing economy. It's a two-sided story. On the one hand, this phenomenon offers opportunities for more social, sustainable and economically resilient cities. On the other hand, there are several challenges to address, like consumer and worker protection, market fairness and regulation. Every city is different so you will be served and challenged to think through an array of approaches.
You will learn about pioneering cities such as Amsterdam and Seoul, who have been developing the local sharing economy for years, as well as other cities that have started to act or react to the many aspects of the sharing economy.

Who is it for?
The masterclass is for city leaders and anyone with a specific interest in the sharing economy at the city level.

What will you learn?
Participants will get the chance to work on their specific challenges, for example issues around (un)fair playing fields, zoneing, insurance and taxes. We will also work on how the sharing economy can bring social cohesion, environmental sustainability and economic resilience to cities.
After the masterclass you will:
  • have a better understanding of how to make the most out of the sharing (collaborative) economy in your city, enriching the lives of your citizens
  • be able to design potential pilot projects to grasp opportunities and develop a vision of what role the sharing economy can play in your city.
This class is being offered in French and English. 

Speakers
avatar for Pieter van de Glind

Pieter van de Glind

Co-founder, ShareNL
Pieter van de Glind is a co-founder of shareNL, the Dutch knowledge and networking platform for the sharing and collaborative economy. Together with co-founder Harmen van Sprang and his team, Pieter works with startups, corporations, cities, governments and knowledge institutions... Read More →
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Guillaume Lavoie

City Councilor, City of Montreal
Guillaume Lavoie is a city councillor in Montreal, Qc, Canada. Before entering politics, Guillaume Lavoie worked in public diplomacy, public policies and international relations, in Canada and abroad. As a city councillor, he authored Canada’s first city by-law on the sharing of private spaces. He is also a lecturer at the National School of Public Administration... Read More →
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Harmen van Sprang

Co-founder, ShareNL
Harmen van Sprang is the co-founder of shareNL, the Dutch knowledge and networking platform for the collaborative (sharing) economy. Together with co-founder Pieter van de Glind and his team, Harmen works with startups, corporations, cities, governments and knowledge institutions... Read More →


09:00

Uncovering shared objectives in your team through co-construction
Limited Capacity seats available

Masterclasses can be booked individually here and are included in All-Access tickets.

How do you know whether members of a team are working towards a shared objective? Working together is one of the biggest challenges for any company. Individual knowledge, skills and expertise are not that difficult to find, but enabling your team to work collaboratively is much more difficult.

This Masterclass will teach participants a method called co-construction, which makes it easy for teams to develop a shared objective and ensure that each team member is working on the same project.

Who is this class for?

This class is designed for anyone who needs to work with others! From freelancers that frequently collaborate with other teams, to teams leaders and team members. 

This session is designed for both people that come with their whole team, as well as individuals. You do not need to join with your team members to make the most of this class. 

What will you learn?

In this session, you will:
  • Learn what constitutes a common objective and how it can be developed collectively
  • experiment with the co-construction method with other participants
  • apply the co-construction method to their own organisation
  • learn and apply active listening and empathy

***

FRANCAIS

Comment savez-vous si les membres d'une équipe concourent au même objectif? Travailler ensemble est l'un des plus grands défis pour toute entreprise. Les connaissances, les compétences et l'expertise individuelles ne sont pas si difficiles à trouver, mais faire en sorte que votre équipe travailler de manière collaborative est beaucoup plus difficile.

Cette Masterclass aborde une méthode de co-construction, ce qui facilite le développement d’un objectif commun pour les équipes d'un objectif partagé et s'assure que chacun travaille sur le même projet.


A qui s’adresse cette Masterclass?

Cette Masterclasse s’adresse à tous ceux qui ont besoin de travailler avec d'autres! Des freelances, aux managers et aux membres d'équipe.

Cette session est conçue pour les personnes qui viennent avec leur équipe, ainsi que les individus. Vous n'avez pas besoin de vous joindre aux membres de votre équipe pour tirer le meilleur parti de cette classe. 

Qu'est-ce que vous allez apprendre?

Dans cette session, vous allez:
  • Apprendre ce qui constitue un objectif commun et comment il peut être développé collectivement
  • Expérimenter la méthode de co-construction avec d'autres participant
  • Être capable d'appliquer la méthode de co-construction à leur propre organisationUtiliser l’écoute active et l'empathie

Speakers
avatar for Benjamin Sylvand

Benjamin Sylvand

Facilitator, Conseil.Real-Fiction
Doctor in philosophy of the cognitive sciences and certified in complex negotiations, Benjamin Sylvand is also cinematographer of documentary film using the techniques of visual anthropology. He taught in France and England and had directed the digital projects at Sciences Po Par... Read More →


09:00

Getting your hands dirty: urban agriculture at La Prairie // Les mains dans la terre: expérimentez l'agriculture urbaine à La Prairie
Venez découvrir la Ferme Urbaine Ecologique (FEE), ferme itinérante développée par l'assocation LA SAUGE sur la Prairie du canal, à Bobigny. Venez vous initier aux différentes techniques d'agriculture urbaine. Des cours de jardinage seront dispensés par tranche de demi heure entre 10h et 12h. Café offert !
Rendez-vous directement sur place: 
La Prairie du canal 
55 rue de Paris 
Bobigny 93000

Friday July 7, 2017 09:00 - 13:00
10. Off-site

10:00

Urban walk through Seine Saint Denis // Balade urbaine aux détours de la Seine Saint Denis
Limited Capacity full
Adding this to your schedule will put you on the waitlist.

De Pantin à Bagnolet, en passant par Romainville, découvrez la Seine Saint Denis sous un nouveau jour. Au programme: des confitures locales, du street art, un berger urbain, de l’architecture moderne et des rencontres. 

Rendez-vous pour un départ groupé devant l'entrée du Fest, place de la Pointe!

Speakers

Friday July 7, 2017 10:00 - 11:30
10. Off-site

14:00

Crowdacting for transition
***L'action participative en faveur de la transition***

Speakers
avatar for Pascal Canfin

Pascal Canfin

CEO, WWF France


14:00

A practical guide for data as a commons
***Guide pratique pour faire de la donnée un commun***

Speakers
avatar for Bertil de Fos

Bertil de Fos

Director, Le Lab OuiShare x Chronos
Sustainability, digitalization of urban services, mobility policies, environmental policies, circular economy. And meditation !


Friday July 7, 2017 14:00 - 14:20
05. Factory 1 place de la Pointe, 93500 Pantin

14:00

Services and the city: Data runs through it
***Les services et la ville : une histoire de données***

Moderators
avatar for Kat Borlongan

Kat Borlongan

Founding Partner, Five by Five
Kat co-founded Five by Five, an upstart innovation consultancy, helping organizations of all stripes understand how to work both with and like startups. The young company’s portfolio includes blue chip players like Lufthansa, Google, Capgemini and The World Bank. As Founding Partner... Read More →

Speakers
avatar for Andrew Salzberg

Andrew Salzberg

Head of Transportation Policy and Research, Uber


14:00

Community & conversation
PUREHOUSE LAB member and sponsor Entrecom will lead a session on the importance of conversation while building community. The communication experts will research the dos and donts of community facilitation with the audience.


***Comment insiprer la communauté ?***

Moderators
avatar for Xavier Cazard

Xavier Cazard

Co-founder & co-director, Entrecom
Conversation is a French art Xavier Cazard has mastered since his youth. Conversation it is also, thanks to new technologies, an effective way of engaging the public with organizations' brands. For 20 years, as co-founder and co-director of the creative content agency Entrecom, h... Read More →
avatar for Valérie Decroix

Valérie Decroix

Conversation designer, Port Parallèle
Always happy to talk about communities & engagement, city transformation, third places, civic techs.

Speakers
avatar for Clémence Berlingen

Clémence Berlingen

CEO, Mutinerie
Clémence manages the ship Mutinerie, a freelance community created in 2011. | Mutinerie, whose motto is "free together", exists to allow those who have made the choice of independence, to unite, to progress, to collaborate and to succeed.
avatar for Ryan Fix

Ryan Fix

Founder, Pure House


Friday July 7, 2017 14:00 - 15:30
06. Coliving 1 place de la Pointe, 93500 Pantin

14:00

Making money sacred: an intimate talk to recall the inner abundance
Can we create a system that supports businesses that both do good and are financially sustainable? Why is it key to understand and practice the consciousness of abundance, in order for communities and networks to truly embrace collaboration? How close are you and your partners to your own money? In this guided conversation, Vanessa Moutinho and Mounira Latrache are sharing their experiences while opening two businesses - one in Brazil and the other in Germany - both with the call to create change by transforming their own and people’s relationships with the energy of money (as a representative of our natural abundance). And by bringing awareness to the worthiness of people and the value of their gifts. This is an invitation for you to become (more) deeply intimate with yourself, by connecting with your money and exploring where your beliefs and habits about it have started, and how you can change scarcity patterns so as to help yourself, your business and our system thrive - starting inside.

***L'argent sacré : une conversation intime pour ramener l'abondance vers soi***

Speakers
avatar for Mounira Latrache

Mounira Latrache

Founder, Connected Business
Mounira is the founder of Connected Business a company that focusses on creating community and supporting business people to bring compassion and mindfulness into their work life. Her vision is to find a way to work with each other that includes the diversity and passion of the whole person, that aims to find solutions for the greater good as a community and is fun at the same time. She also wants to bring love... Read More →
avatar for Vanessa Moutinho

Vanessa Moutinho

CEO, Founder & Heart, Fértil | Hólos
All that is Human and True in your Heart. | | Vanessa Moutinho is a social innovator, entrepreneur, netweaver, holistic therapist and Fértil’s CEO. Inspired by the complexity of our era and catalyst of spiritual awakening, she creates and holds spaces in diverse fields f... Read More →


Friday July 7, 2017 14:00 - 15:30
08. Floating Fest Canal de l'Ourcq

14:00

Cities+B - Cities as a force for good
This workshop will give you a knowledge on articulation of diverse ecosystems and economical agents to engage the private sector in the evaluation of their social and environmental impact and use business as a force for good. It gives insigights about state of the art online technology to evaluate social and environmental impact of businesses. It helps understanding about leading global movements that are fostering a transition for a more human and nature centric economy.

***Les villes comme une force en faveur du bien*** 

Speakers
avatar for Tomas de Lara

Tomas de Lara

Co-Leader, Sistema B
Co-leader of Sistema B (B Corps Movement), co-founder Goma, (co-owning space and collaborative ecosystem of social entrepreneurs), initiator of Rio+B (coalition of organizations to foster sustainability in business) co-chair of Colaboramerica (International festival on new econom... Read More →


Friday July 7, 2017 14:00 - 15:30
04. Studio 1 place de la Pointe, 93500 Pantin

14:00

Connecting community spaces in NYC with the world
The installation explores "culture-driven space" and the physical environment influence an experience. It explores the difference between the physical, tangible elements of a space and more the abstract, people-driven elements in creating a culture. The installation maps out and compares various co-working and collective spaces in NYC, such as Impact Hub NYC, NEW INC, The Music Building, Prime Produce, The Silent Barn, WeWork. It compares these spaces in terms of the following categories: space & logistics, experience design, building staff, culture & community, and programming strategy. The installation includes maps, photos, floorplans, and other content. The thesis is to consider the role of NYC, as a center point for international entrepreneurs, creatives, and innovators.
It welcomes participants to share information and images from their spaces around the world.

***Connecter les espaces communautaires de New-York au reste du monde*** 

Speakers
avatar for Roo Shamin

Roo Shamin

I have been building culture-driven spaces in NYC since 2010. I currently am the Member Experience Manager at Impact Hub NYC. I have previously worked with communities of experimental artists at places like The Music Building, NEW INC, and several other art spaces around the city... Read More →


Friday July 7, 2017 14:00 - 17:30
07. Media Square 1 place de la Pointe, 93500 Pantin

14:00

Permanent Fishbowl: Cities of the world, unite!
This is a "permanent Fishbowl" panel discussion that will take place all day long to participants to share and reflect what they have learned throughout the days.

It will kick-off with the following topic:

Dangerous liaisons? Sowing seeds of shared culture to connect local changemakers and global institutions

How do global urban agendas and international frameworks (e.g. Habitat III, Susutainable Development Goals) connect on a local scale to practitioners and projects aligned to achieve similar goals? How are these relationships defined and facilitated? Is it easy to combine the agendas of actors which are so different - in terms of size, needs and operational processes - but who are both investing to achieve the same impact? During this session we aim to identify the challenges of this complex relationship: How are these relationships currently framed? How are they built in a day-to-day basis? What can we learn from past experiences? What aspects should be redefined, and how are they defined? During this session we aim to explore all these questions and more with a group of featured attendees from both groups - change makers and members of international organizations.

***Fishbowl permanent : villes du monde, unissez-vous !*** 

Moderators
avatar for Fanny Fourestier

Fanny Fourestier

Strategy Coordinator & Consultant, Centre of Partnerships for Development (CAD)
FANNY FOURESTIER holds two masters, both in la Sorbonne, one in Public international Law and another one in Cooperation and Development. | She currently works in the Centre of Partnerships for Development (CAD), a global network of experts specialised in fields related to hum... Read More →

Speakers
avatar for Olivia Armenta

Olivia Armenta

Associate Director, City Relationships, 100 Resilient Cities
Olivia Armenta brings a rich experience working with municipal, state, and federal governments. Olivia has worked extensively in Latin America with the Inter-American Development Bank and various NGOs. Her work has included project development and implementation of infrastructure... Read More →
avatar for Phebe Dudek

Phebe Dudek

Policy Officer Innovating Cities, Directorate General for Research and Innovation, European Commission
Phebe Dudek currently works as Policy Officer Innovating Cities at the European Commission. Her work consists of developing R&I policy to promote cities as actors of open innovation and as labs of co-design and co-creation. She recently launched the Multi-level third space for sy... Read More →
avatar for Thorsten Kiefer

Thorsten Kiefer

Hub Director, Future Earth
As a hub director of the research programme Future Earth, I am dedicated to the idea of providing scientific knowledge for the imperative transformation of our behaviours, societies and economies towards global sustainability. Collaboration sits at the core of our approach. This... Read More →
avatar for Thibaut Nguyen

Thibaut Nguyen

Habitat III Secretariat Consultant, United Nations

Featured contributors
avatar for Suzanna Ersoy

Suzanna Ersoy

Program Manager ISO and Regional Relations, Standards Council of Canada

Friday July 7, 2017 14:00 - 17:30
03. Lab 1 place de la Pointe, 93500 Pantin

14:00

Trash transformed into ephemeral sculptures
This genuine urban art features ephemeral sculptures made with objects found in the street.

***Des déchets transformés en sculpture éphémère***  

Exhibitors
avatar for Lor-K

Lor-K

Artist, Urban Art
Fascinated by the trash and thrown away objects in our cities, Lor-K uses them as raw material for her projects. They are transformed and abandoned again, in the exact location where they have been found. She is therefore dependent on the territory, taking what the street has to... Read More →


Friday July 7, 2017 14:00 - 19:30
Distributed spaces 1 place de la Pointe, 93500 Pantin

14:00

Makers & the city: discover initiatives and start your own
Come and see the selected DIY projects done by the Oui Are Makers' community in a large scale of fields: circular economy, tech, food, energy… Vote for your favorite and leave with its tutorial in order to make it on your own when you're back home. After that you will be able to share what you’ve done with the community, and give tips or improvements back !
The Oui Are Makers' team will be there to share with you on all topics around the makers in the city.

***Les faiseurs et les villes : découvrez les initiatives existantes et lancez la vôtre*** 

Exhibitors
avatar for Juliette Dauchez

Juliette Dauchez

Community leader, Oui Are Makers
Juliette puts her team spirit and her passion for creation into the Oui Are Makers community. She works with makers to develop their interests. Interested by innovation she joined the startup after studying entrepreneurship in college.
avatar for Hortense Sauvard

Hortense Sauvard

CEO & Founder, Oui Are Makers
Passionated by creativity, human being and digital, she founded OuiAreMakers.com in 2015 in order to widespread the maker culture. Oui Are Makers is the first online platform for makers in France, with 15 000 members who shared thousands of tutorials. Before that she was head of... Read More →


Friday July 7, 2017 14:00 - 19:30
Distributed spaces 1 place de la Pointe, 93500 Pantin

14:00

OuiShare Radio
Join in the OuiShare Radio Every Day as the team record ideas and discussions in person at the Fest. You can listen to the podcasts online after.
Learn more

Speakers
BM

Bernie Mitchell

Showrunning, OuiShare


Friday July 7, 2017 14:00 - 19:30
Distributed spaces 1 place de la Pointe, 93500 Pantin

14:00

Paris street life in photos
Immerse yourself in a series of photographs capturing the beauty of Paris street life - ordinary, but somehow magical.

***La vie urbaine de Paris en photos*** 


Friday July 7, 2017 14:00 - 19:30
Distributed spaces 1 place de la Pointe, 93500 Pantin

14:00

Urban cultures unchained
A pop-up exhibition about street artists and dancers.

***Cultures urbaines en liberté*** 

Artists
R

RStyle

RStyle est une structure de promotion des cultures urbaines sous toutes leurs formes. Depuis plus de 18 ans, RStyle s’attache à offrir un nouveau regard sur les cultures urbaines en France mais aussi à l’international, par l’organisation d’événements et l’action sociale... Read More →


Friday July 7, 2017 14:00 - 19:30
Distributed spaces 1 place de la Pointe, 93500 Pantin

14:00

Virtual Reality experience
An immersive journey into Virtual Reality.

***Expérience de réalité virtuelle*** 

Exhibitors

Friday July 7, 2017 14:00 - 19:30
Distributed spaces 1 place de la Pointe, 93500 Pantin

14:00

Governing sharing cities: a comparative case study of nine European cities
Cities all over the world are faced with the emergence of the sharing economy. The ambiguous nature- and rapid growth of the sharing economy leaves city authorities with urgent and complicated governance questions.
The poster visualizes how nine pioneering European cities have regulated the sharing economy.

***La gouvernance des villes collaboratives : une étude de cas comparative de neuf villes européennes***

Exhibitors
avatar for Lies van den Eijnden

Lies van den Eijnden

Research Sharing Cities, ShareNL
Lies has done research on Sharing Cities for the past eight months to finish her Master Innovation Sciences at Utrecht University. Now she is working at shareNL to support them in building the Sharing Cities Alliance. She is passionate about social and digital innovations, urban... Read More →


Friday July 7, 2017 14:00 - 19:30
Distributed spaces 1 place de la Pointe, 93500 Pantin

14:20

Data as a commons for mobility
***La donnée comme un commun en faveur de la mobilité***

Moderators
avatar for Alice Hamonic

Alice Hamonic

Project Manager & Social Innovation, Chronos

Speakers
avatar for Osvald Martret

Osvald Martret

CEO, Shotl
Osvald is the founder and CEO of Shotl (shotl.com), a bus-pooling app that's able to reroute vehicles based on incoming requests. The vision of the company is to help reduce traffic in cities by a factor of three in the next 10 years. Osvald was a founding partner of Drivania (dr... Read More →
avatar for Bart Schmeink

Bart Schmeink

CEO, Transdev Nederland
Since March 2014 Bart Schmeink (1968) is CEO of Transdev Nederland,  mother company of Connexxion and Veolia Transport. He is also member of the executive committee of the Transdev group, one of the largest mobility providers in the world. Besides CEO Transdev Nederland, Bart Schmeink is responsible for... Read More →


Friday July 7, 2017 14:20 - 14:55
05. Factory 1 place de la Pointe, 93500 Pantin

14:20

Transitioning cities for a sustainable future
After Trump's withdrawal from Paris Climate Agreement, it's up to cities to fight and adapt to climate change. What can cities achieve? How can they pave the way for a sustainable future?

***Amener les villes à la transition pour un futur durable*** 

Moderators
avatar for Jonn Elledge

Jonn Elledge

Founder, CityMetric

Speakers
avatar for Fanélie Carrey-Conte

Fanélie Carrey-Conte

Director of Cooperation, Enercoop
Fanélie Carrey-Conte has worked in the Social and Solidary Economy for a long time, then became a deputy at the French Parliament from 2012 until 2016, where she was rapporteur of the law on Social and Solidary Economy. Since March 2016, she coordinates the cooperation pole of En... Read More →
avatar for Bharati Chaturvedi

Bharati Chaturvedi

FOUNDER & DIRECTOR, CHINTAN ENVIRONMENTAL RESEARCH AND ACTION GROUP
Bharati Chaturvedi is concerned with urban poverty and environmental justice. She advocates for cities that are at the same time green, sustainable and inclusive for those who work in the informal sector. She has worked closely with a variety of Indian policymakers.
avatar for Amandine Crambes

Amandine Crambes

Engineer & Town-planner, ADEME
Urbanist at ADEME, Amandine is working on the sustainable city and more particularly on urban innovations. | Digital cities, circular economy, new urban economic models, new governance, design thinking and cooperation are driving topics that she explores and which are accele... Read More →
avatar for Joan Marc Simon

Joan Marc Simon

Executive Director, Zero Waste Europe
Joan Marc Simon is based in Brussels where he works as director of Zero Waste Europe . Zero Waste Europe is a network of of 29 zero waste groups in Europe with the mission of redesigning our relationship with resources and also brings together 400 municipalities moving towards zero waste. He has been a leading voice for Zero Waste in Europe since 2007, dramatically increasing the visibility and policy impact of Zero Waste efforts in this time. He is a regular speaker in meetings in Brussels but also at local level as well as internationally. In 2015 he has authored the Zero Waste Case Study... Read More →


14:20

The Sharing City, a bizarre love triangle ?
The Sharing City model, experimented by Seoul and Amsterdam, implies and fosters a renewed relationship between public authorities, private actors and engaged citizens. While big platforms seem to take centre stage, other initiatives flourish in big cities and pave way for less regulation and more action. In medium-sized and smaller cities, the sharing economy is taking shape, answering their specific challenges such as ageing population or economic devitalization. A new alliance between all urban actors is made possible with collaborative tools and services. How to ensure that citizens interests are preserved? Faced with major environmental and economic urban issues, is the sharing economy up to the challenge?

***La ville collaborative : un étrange triangle amoureux ?*** 

Moderators
avatar for Samuel Roumeau

Samuel Roumeau

Connector, OuiShare
Samuel Roumeau est diplômé de l’IEP de Bordeaux et de l’Ecole des Mines ParisTech. Après des expériences en Inde et en Suisse, il a travaillé à l’EHESS et à la SNCF. Il travaille depuis 3 ans au sein de OuiShare sur les sujets de prospective en lien avec la ville et les territoires. Il est directeur du programme du OuiShare Fest... Read More →

Speakers
avatar for Wim Dries

Wim Dries

Mayor of Genk, stad Genk
I was born on March 24, 1972, and grew up in the district of Bret-Gelieren. I'm still living in the same area, together with his spouse Nele and their two children Viktor en Nore. Since childhood, I have been actively engaged in voluntary work. I had a seat in the Students’ Co... Read More →
avatar for Ko Fujii

Ko Fujii

CEO, Makaira
Ko Fujii is Founder and CEO of Makaira, a public affairs consultancy specializing in advocacy for innovation, and is a member of the Secretariat of Sharing Economy Association Japan. Formerly Head of Public Policy for Google in Japan and a Japanese government official at the Ministry of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology, Ko works to bring innovation and collaboration to many sectors across Japan. He holds various positions including Consulting Fellow at PHP Institute, Outside Director of Cookpad... Read More →
avatar for Andrew Salzberg

Andrew Salzberg

Head of Transportation Policy and Research, Uber
avatar for Marielle Villamaux

Marielle Villamaux

Directrice Commerciale, Transdev
Throughout her career in France and abroad ( Africa - North America and Asia), Marielle has alternated between consulting roles (starting in 1982 at RSCG/Havas Group), strategic corporate responsibilities as well as operational duties in the urban services sector (Veolia Environn... Read More →


14:55

Data as a commons for citizens
***La donnée comme un commun pour les citoyens***

Moderators
avatar for Ghislain Delabie

Ghislain Delabie

Explorer & co-founder, Le Lab OuiShare x Chronos
Ghislain Delabie is a specialist in service innovation and business models for new mobility. He has a varied background that includes experience in consulting, startups and larger corporates. | Ghislain is OuiShare mobility connector and cofounded Le Lab OuiShare x Chronos to e... Read More →

Speakers
avatar for Mara Balestrini

Mara Balestrini

Partner and Director of Research, Ideas for Change
Human Computer Interaction (HCI) expert and technology strategist. Track record of successful independent technology interventions for community engagement as well as co-leading an innovation strategy firm. Computer Science PhD candidate University College London. Mara is a... Read More →
avatar for Danny Lämmerhirt

Danny Lämmerhirt

Researcher and Research Coordinator, Open Knowledge International


Friday July 7, 2017 14:55 - 15:30
05. Factory 1 place de la Pointe, 93500 Pantin

15:30

Circle dances
Circle Dances are part of native cultures all over the world. It is a practice, a time and a place when communities connect around a common purpose - such as celebrating food harvest or a wedding, preparing for war, invoking spirits of Nature for special rituals, welcoming newcomers as well as newborns - through specific music and dance.Meet us at the heart of OuiShare Fest - the main plaza - for a Circle Dance around union and unity! Acknowledging each one's fundamental presences and reminding ourselves that we all belong, and that it's about time for us to move our circles to a next level of the spiral.

***Cercle de danses*** 

Speakers
avatar for Vanessa Moutinho

Vanessa Moutinho

CEO, Founder & Heart, Fértil | Hólos
All that is Human and True in your Heart. | | Vanessa Moutinho is a social innovator, entrepreneur, netweaver, holistic therapist and Fértil’s CEO. Inspired by the complexity of our era and catalyst of spiritual awakening, she creates and holds spaces in diverse fields f... Read More →


Friday July 7, 2017 15:30 - 16:00
09. Plaza 1 place de la Pointe, 93500 Pantin

16:00

From a small group of makers to industrial production: the story of a bottom-up movement
From Fab labs in Barcelona to Fab City movement in Paris, Boston and Detroit. How did this happen ? What are the next steps before "globally connected, localy sufficient" cities?

***D'un petit groupe de fabricants à la production industrielle : l'histoire d'une ascension***

Speakers
avatar for Tomas Diez

Tomas Diez

Director, Fab City
Tomas Diez is the director of Fab Lab Barcelona. His research focuses on the emergence of communities that manufacture goods locally with digital tools. He further explores how these new models of production transform our cities and the way citizens live, consume and relate to ea... Read More →


16:00

Towards an Internet of Cities
As we navigate urgent issues at both the global and hyper-local scales, national governments increasingly find themselves with few effective levers at either end. In the coming decade, the innovative precedents set by the Internet of Things and Smart Cities may lead us to the formation of a new civic infrastructure: The Internet of Cities.

***Vers un internet des villes*** 

Speakers
avatar for Dylan Hendricks

Dylan Hendricks

Programme director, Ten-Year Forecast.
I'm deeply invested in understanding and communicating the changing nature of our society, and have spent the last decade working with governments, corporations and non-profits to make sense of an increasingly fragmented world. My background is in media production, storytelling a... Read More →


16:00

Connecting the crowd to make your shared dreams come true
There is no natural crowd. People are more and more individualized, social and public spaces are more and more rare. Through digital-social networks and the necessity of performance, we are more and more living in tunnels. Which people we meet, we love, we share with: there are the result of probilities’ algorithms. People are prisonners of circles. Circles of friends, people they meet when they were students, who they worked with and eventually married.

This workshop gives you an experience of how people dreams can empower the crowd. gather them. If you put the good technologies and user experiences, you can get out of the everyday prisons, of the high probabilities and make life a wonderful adventure (Chaplin), with serendipity and mystere. People will come and through a gamified experience, will make an unexpected social experience. To make live a city made by smart and empowered citizens.

***Relier la foule pour que vos rêves partagés se réalisent*** 

Speakers
avatar for Catfish Tomei

Catfish Tomei

CEO, MythMakers
Catfish Tomei is an entrepreneur and involved citizen : three years ago, he founded [Apis Sapiens], an association for the preservation of bees through territorial projects including bees and citizen energies (ecology, environment around beehives, but also education and green economy). Theses projective inspired me... Read More →


Friday July 7, 2017 16:00 - 17:30
06. Coliving 1 place de la Pointe, 93500 Pantin

16:00

Sharitories: From exploration to experiments, a roadmap to collaborative actions in mid-sized cities
The workshop is an opportunity to design collaborative solutions to mid-sized cities challenges. It will be divided in two sessions and open to citymakers, public and private players, Sharing City experts and explorers.

- Restitution of Sharitories first results, case studies & the framework to take action. With the associate members (Transdev, CGET, Castorama) and partners of the exploration (Cities, Experts and Media).

- Workshop Building urban experiments from the collaborative roadmap. From 6 challenges of sharing projects leaders in medium-sized cities (public and private actors, citizens), participants are invited to use the Sharitories roadmap to imagine collaborative experiments. They will be accompanied by sharing city experts to facilitate the scale-up of projects.

***Sharitories: de l'exploration aux expériences, une feuille de route pour les actions collaboratives dans les villes moyennes*** 

Moderators
avatar for Clementine Malgras

Clementine Malgras

Sharitories Project Manager, OuiShare
avatar for Samuel Roumeau

Samuel Roumeau

Connector, OuiShare
Samuel Roumeau est diplômé de l’IEP de Bordeaux et de l’Ecole des Mines ParisTech. Après des expériences en Inde et en Suisse, il a travaillé à l’EHESS et à la SNCF. Il travaille depuis 3 ans au sein de OuiShare sur les sujets de prospective en lien avec la ville et les territoires. Il est directeur du programme du OuiShare Fest... Read More →

Speakers
avatar for Laurie Bullich

Laurie Bullich

City, Conurbation Committee, Le Grand Narbonne
Digital Project Manager of the third place of the Grand Narbonne in the south of France. I joined the team of the IN'ESS in 2015. IN'ESS is a rich ecosystem and hosts a large panel of activities, spread on 5000 m² which goal is to create optimal conditions to develop collaborative economy, circular economy and entrepreneurship. I'm in charge of the new third place in Narbonne, managing the Fablab, stimulating cooperation and innovation between associations, businesses, authorities, students, citizens and offering a convivial, accessible and innovative space to develop creativity and share knowledge... Read More →
avatar for Esra Tat

Esra Tat

Network Development Coordinator, Zero Waste Europe
Esra is passionate about how humans collaborate and convinced that collective work creates good, with a specific focus on sustainability and zero waste. Through her work as a facilitator and a developer of distributed organizations, she experiments and implements open governance... Read More →
avatar for Floris Voorink

Floris Voorink

Alderman (traffic and transport, city centre, sports), City of Hilversum
Floris Voorink is currently an alderman and deputy-major at the city of Hilversum in the Netherlands. Hilversum is the Dutch Media City both historically and for the future. As an alderman, Floris is in charge of major projects in traffic and transport, re-development of the city... Read More →

Featured contributors
avatar for Alexandre Bigot-Verdier

Alexandre Bigot-Verdier

Desjardins, OuiShare
avatar for Pauline Hamon

Pauline Hamon

Project Manager Collectivites & Accommodation, Smiile
avatar for Morgane Hemery

Morgane Hemery

Communication & Marketing, Smiile
avatar for Héloïse Le Masne

Héloïse Le Masne

Partnerships coordinator, Civocracy
Héloise Le Masne graduated from ESCP Europe. After working in 2 of the biggest French corporates in CSR, and being a consultant for a documentary on Climate Change for the TV Channel ARTE, she moved to CivicTech, joining the promising start-up Civocracy from the early beginnings... Read More →
avatar for Julien Quistrebert

Julien Quistrebert

President, Collecticity

Friday July 7, 2017 16:00 - 17:30
05. Factory 1 place de la Pointe, 93500 Pantin

16:00

Biodanza: a Proposal for Human Ecology
The ecological dimension of our human organizations implies the respect for the wellbeing of the individuals, the harmonious flow of the exchanges, cooperation and care, curiosity, creativity. It integrates skills as adaptation, possibilities of evolution and the dimension of pleasure. During this session, I will propose to experiment this ecological dimension through very simple dances. Some are individual, some in pairs, and others in groups. The movement induced by the emotion of the music and the presence of the others activates an inner and primordial knowledge which bypasses the filters of our representations. There is no need to know how to dance in order to join a Biodanza session. You are all welcome.

***Biodanza: une proposition pour l'écologie humaine***
 

Speakers
avatar for Catherine Charbonnier

Catherine Charbonnier

Biodanza Teacher, Trainer & Coach
Catherine Charbonnier has been working for 25 years in the area of communication. She is now involved in several areas, all related to training and education: she is a Biodanza Teacher, Trainer in communication and management as well as coach for professional orientation. Catheri... Read More →


Friday July 7, 2017 16:00 - 17:30
08. Floating Fest Canal de l'Ourcq

16:00

Massive Small, a toolkit for 'Radical incrementalists'
This workshop will present urban development as an art form in the context of complexity. It will clarify the part we play in influencing how our cities develop, with a focus on how we communicate with each other and build creative resilient relationships.
At the micro level it is the quality of these relationships that determine whether or not projects go ahead and how successful they become. Reconfiguring the adversarial touch points we experience in urban development processes is key.
The workshop will be interactive, using forum theatre as a way to explore the dynamics at play when confronted with challenging and complex situations. The facilitators of the workshop will be playing out the scenes and inviting the participants to come with insight and strategies to test out.
Whatever your role or position, you will walk away with a fresh insight into the possibilities within urban development and a few handy communication tools to get to work with right away.

***Massive Small : une trousse à outils pour les partisans radicaux de l'incrémentalisme*** 

Speakers
avatar for Andrew Campbell

Andrew Campbell

Executive Director, Massive Small
With an academic background in leadership, sustainability and complex systems, Andrew Campbell is focused on finding opportunities and leverage points that can contribute to the global transition towards sustainability. | He leads the Massive Small Collective, an interdisciplinary change making... Read More →
avatar for Sarah Eisenmann

Sarah Eisenmann

Consulting
Human centric and participatory approaches in leadership, technology and business are her passion. Therefore she works in consulting, writing, facilitating and speaking around these topics. With OuiShare, she fosters social models based on collaboration, openness, and decentraliz... Read More →
avatar for Chris McCormick

Chris McCormick

Massive Small
Chris is passionate about creating lasting change in the processes that form our built environment. He has lived and worked in four different capital cities, largely in the property and construction industry. More recently he has worked with interpersonal communication. This has... Read More →


Friday July 7, 2017 16:00 - 17:30
04. Studio 1 place de la Pointe, 93500 Pantin

16:00

Costume making workshop - Getting ready for OuiShare Fest Brazilian carnival !
Come and join us to make you costumes before enjoying our very special Carnival. Bring yourself and your ideas, colourul fabrics and make-up! Let's make it collaborative and joyful!

***Atelier de fabrication de costumes - Préparez-vous pour le Carnaval brésilien du OuiShare Fest!***

Speakers
avatar for Manuela Yamada

Manuela Yamada

Partner and Innovation Director, MateriaBrasil
An enthusiastic industrial designer and entrepreneur who believes we can change the system through collective work and open innovation. | | Partner and innovation director at MateriaBrasil, a studio for projects and consultancy in applied circular and commons economy for de... Read More →


Friday July 7, 2017 16:00 - 20:00
09. Plaza 1 place de la Pointe, 93500 Pantin

16:20

Fab, resilient, circular or sharing cities: beyond buzzwords, what can networks of cities achieve?

Virtual or physical, local or international, general or specific, networks are emerging as new forms of creative and productive organisations able to handle great stakes of our times.

They use the power of collective to focus on common goals and common good. Collaborative and connected, open and distributed, networked communities are committed to causes of common interest by involving various energies: citizens, experts, companies, local and national authorities, researchers…

What would be the role of networks in a society in transition and speeding up where traditional organisations seem sometimes unable to face great challenges.

***Villes expérimentales, résilientes, circulaires ou collaboratives : au-delà des mots qui font le buzz, que peuvent réaliser les réseaux de villes?***


Moderators
avatar for Domenico Di Siena

Domenico Di Siena

Co-Founder, CivicWIse
Domenico is a civic designer, consultant, and researcher who designs and develop process and tools to help communities and organizations collaborate and learn for social good. | Within CivicWise community he is promoting projects like Civic Innovation School and Civic Factory

Speakers
avatar for Olivia Armenta

Olivia Armenta

Associate Director, City Relationships, 100 Resilient Cities
Olivia Armenta brings a rich experience working with municipal, state, and federal governments. Olivia has worked extensively in Latin America with the Inter-American Development Bank and various NGOs. Her work has included project development and implementation of infrastructure... Read More →
avatar for Samantha van den Bos

Samantha van den Bos

Social Business Developer Global, The Art of Sharing
Samantha van den Bos is a Sharing City Connector and the co-founder of the Art of Sharing in the Netherlands. An urban lab, a think and do thank, which makes the sharing economy tangible and accessible by taking action on a hyper-local level and translates lessons learned into g... Read More →
avatar for Tomas Diez

Tomas Diez

Director, Fab City
Tomas Diez is the director of Fab Lab Barcelona. His research focuses on the emergence of communities that manufacture goods locally with digital tools. He further explores how these new models of production transform our cities and the way citizens live, consume and relate to ea... Read More →
avatar for Maja Johannessen

Maja Johannessen

Gov. & Cities Programme Associate, Ellen MacArthur Foundation
Maja Johannessen works in the Ellen MacArthur Foundation’s Governments and Cities team where she coordinates the Foundations policy work as well as supporting governmental members of the Circular Economy 100 (CE100) programme in driving circular economy initiatives. In connection to this Maja also manages... Read More →


16:20

Towards new borders? Understanding identity in a post Brexit Europe
After Brexit, after an independantist surge in Scotland, after Sanctuary cities in the US...where are the new borders ? If Nation-States fail to address global, as well as local, challenges, if economic and political supranational organizations, such as the EU, fail to create a sense of belonging and identity among their citizens... are Cities the right level to make a change? Are we entering an era where City-States are the new political reference?

***Vers de nouvelles frontières? Comprendre l'identité dans une  Europe post Brexit***

Moderators
avatar for Vincent Edin

Vincent Edin

Journalist & Free lancer, Independent

Speakers
avatar for Dylan Hendricks

Dylan Hendricks

Programme director, Ten-Year Forecast.
I'm deeply invested in understanding and communicating the changing nature of our society, and have spent the last decade working with governments, corporations and non-profits to make sense of an increasingly fragmented world. My background is in media production, storytelling a... Read More →
avatar for Sonja Miokovic

Sonja Miokovic

Co-Founder, Wonder.Lab
Sonja is a serial social entrepreneur who is passionate about using data, creativity and inclusion to solve the world's biggest problems. She's a city aficionado and a pro on urbanization and youth. In 2012 she co-founded YouthfulCities a social venture leading a global movement of data-driven urban regeneration. As the Global Director, Sonja engaged and activated 1000s of youth in the... Read More →


18:00

"Positive moi ta ville", témoignages d'habitants de Pantin
Pour clôturer la Fest, donnons la parole aux habitants du territoire. Ecoutons-les rapporter leur quotidien, raconter leurs villes, révéler leurs mystères.

Friday July 7, 2017 18:00 - 18:20
03. Lab 1 place de la Pointe, 93500 Pantin

18:00

Tiers-lieux, les nouveaux hyper-lieux?
Les Tiers-Lieux, espaces de vie et d'échanges, brassent différents milieux, différentes cultures. Riches de leur programmation foisonnante, ils drainent une population croissante et deviennent des éléments incontournables des écosystmes urbains. Verront-ils l'expression de nouvelles formes d'engagement politique et social, à l'instar des Hyper-Lieux ?

Speakers

18:00

Connected cars: redefining mobility
Connected, automated, shared. How will the driving experience change over the next decades? Connected cars dealing with data. opportunities and challengesUrbanisation of mobility - extending the sight field of mobilityE-mobility on the rise? Moving towards zero-emission driving

***Voitures connectées: vers une redéfinition de la mobilité***

Moderators
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Antonin Léonard

Co-Founder, OuiShare

Speakers
avatar for Andrea Bauer

Andrea Bauer

Founder, BEAM Studio
ANDREA BAUER is an innovation designer, tech philosopher and author. She is the founder of BEAM Studio,  an innovation firm that applies novel technologies and methods, to set-up spaces and processes to create cutting-edge services, products, and business models. Working the future of mobility since 2005, Andrea worked with a wide range of industry partners from telecommunication companies to car manufacturers, to create forward-looking solutions. Her last project led her to India to work on the launch of the first connected car of TATA Motors (see... Read More →
avatar for Thibaut Guérin

Thibaut Guérin

CMO, Felix
avatar for Raphaël Korach

Raphaël Korach

Project Manager, Drivy


Friday July 7, 2017 18:00 - 18:20
05. Factory 1 place de la Pointe, 93500 Pantin

18:00

Ouvrir et sécuriser les données: vers des villes du bien commun

Les villes collectent un nombre considérable de données, tous les jours et en temps réel, et les utilisent pour optimiser leurs services publics. Mais ce sont souvent des acteurs privés qui disposent et traitent ces données. Alors que les services numériques sont appelés à devenir aussi importants que les infrastructures physiques traditionnelles, quel rôle les villes doivent-elles adopter ? Quelles stratégies mettre en œuvre afin de permettre et favoriser ces innovations tout en en développant des outils qui placent l’intérêt des citoyens au premier plan ?


Moderators
avatar for Mehdi Medjaoui

Mehdi Medjaoui

EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR, OAUTH.IO AND APIDAYS CONFERENCES
Mehdi Medjaoui makes API integration platforms to help developers discover and use external APIs in their applications. He also tries to define global web services trust metrics with an API rating agency for developers. Mehdi is also the organizer of the Paris API meetup and APId... Read More →

Speakers
avatar for Eric Leandri

Eric Leandri

CEO & Co-Founder, QWANT


18:00

Migrations et réfugiés climatiques, défi majeur du 21e siècle
Youth on the move est un groupe de jeunes engagés depuis des années dans la lutte contre le changement climatique. Un jour, ensemble, ils ont décidé d’aller plus loin en montrant une facette souvent ignorée de cet enjeu contemporain essentiel : les déplacés environnementaux. Ces personnes contraintes à l'exil du fait de contraintes naturelles, de la montée des eaux... Et comment mieux raconter les déplacés environnementaux qu’à travers le regard des jeunes, la première génération qui ne peut plus se projeter là où elle vit; là où ses parents ont toujours vécu? Mais aussi et surtout une génération qui a grandi avec cette conscience d’un monde menacé, et souhaite porter des solutions pour l’avenir.En vous présentant des vidéos, documentaires et images tirés des terrains d'exploration de Youth on the move, nous voulons lancer un débat autour de la question des migrations climatiques, susciter des interrogations, des réactions et pourquoi pas faire émerger des projets ou des solutions ! 

Pour en savoir plus sur Youth on the move: 
http://www.studentclimates.org/youth-on-the-move/
https://combat-jeune.com/2017/06/19/lecume-de-la-jamuna/

Speakers
avatar for Paloma Moritz

Paloma Moritz

Spicee
Paloma considers herself a citizen of the world. During her life and academic path, she has always sought new challenges, the discovery of new cultures and different ways of learning, in order to reach a global understanding of our contemporary world. After a bachelor in social sciences in Sciences Po and a year spent in UCSB (University of California Santa Barbara), she enrolled in a dual degree in Communication and Journalism between Sciences... Read More →


Friday July 7, 2017 18:00 - 19:30
07. Media Square 1 place de la Pointe, 93500 Pantin

18:00

Partager? Ok mais en échange de quoi?
PUREHOUSE LAB Executive Director Claire Flurin and her team will facilitate a playful workshop to explore the audience's willingness to share everyday life's objects and services with others. 

Speakers
avatar for Ryan Fix

Ryan Fix

Founder, Pure House
avatar for Claire Flurin

Claire Flurin

Executive Director, PUREHOUSE LAB
avatar for Fabrice Simondi

Fabrice Simondi

CEO, The Pure House Lab


Friday July 7, 2017 18:00 - 19:30
06. Coliving 1 place de la Pointe, 93500 Pantin

18:00

5 Elements Sensorial Experience: Being Mindful Through Food and Eating
Guided meditation using the 5 elements - ether, air, fire, water and earth as a guide to mindful. Some eating elements will be using to facilitate the experience process.

***Expérience sensorielle des 5 éléments : la pleine présence à soi au travers de la nourriture et de l'alimentation*** 

Speakers
avatar for Gabriela Monteiro

Gabriela Monteiro

Founder, Gastronomia Viva
Mindfulness Eating Facilitator, Plant Based Experience Maker, Conscious Eating Consultant, Teacher and Researcher - Conscious Eating, Living & Raw Food, Ayurveda.


Friday July 7, 2017 18:00 - 19:30
08. Floating Fest Canal de l'Ourcq

18:00

Citoyens en mouvement et territoires en réseaux pour co-construire nos projets rêvés
Cet atelier a un objectif double.
Lever le voile sur la dynamique de mobilisation au cœur d’un territoire : quel processus, quelles clés de succès, quelles nouvelles postures déployer pour réussir le défi de mobiliser chacun et créer ensemble les solutions.
Réveler la dynamique d’échange et de co-construction entre nos territoires : comment faire de la coopération inter-territoriale un accélérateur du développement des solutions dans chacun de nos territoires ?

Pour en savoir plus:
http://startupdeterritoire.fr/contact/
http://startupdeterritoire.alsace/accueil/


Speakers
avatar for Sophie Keller

Sophie Keller

Alsace Active


Friday July 7, 2017 18:00 - 19:30
04. Studio 1 place de la Pointe, 93500 Pantin

18:20

Coopérations entre innovateurs et territoires pour une mobilité en réseau
Le monde des transports est en perpétuel renouvellement. L’arrivée du service à la demande ou d’offres de mobilités électriques et partagées voient le jour sans arrêt, bouleversant ainsi le jeu de la mobilité entre les acteurs. Dès lors, quels coopérations inter-acteurs et quelles structures pour permettre l’émergence de nouveaux modes de transports durables et répondant aux besoins des usagers finaux?

Moderators
avatar for Laura-Jane Gautier

Laura-Jane Gautier

Journalist, OuiShare

Speakers
avatar for Isadora Verderesi

Isadora Verderesi

Head of Digital Factory, Transdev
All Isadora Verderesi’s professional life has been about digital and innovation, both in the context of large organizations and start-up. | She took part to the early ages of e-commerce, launching one of the first on-line entertainment ticketing site in France. She then moved... Read More →
avatar for Marie-Xavière Wauquiez

Marie-Xavière Wauquiez

Mobility and Logistic Project Manager, Paris and Co
Fascinated by mobility issues , I started my career as an engineer in the field of air pollution. Two years ago, I developed an expertise in the taxi industry schemes facing the digital revolution. Nowadays, I am the project manager of an innovation program about sustainable urban logistics and mobility at... Read More →


Friday July 7, 2017 18:20 - 18:55
05. Factory 1 place de la Pointe, 93500 Pantin

18:20

Lieux alternatifs: comment font-ils le lien dans la ville?
À partir d'une géographie commune - un bâtiment ou un terrain partagé, plusieurs acteurs contributifs, les lieux alternatifs, intrinsèquement hybrides, apparaissent comme des laboratoires d'innovation sociale.
Alternatifs à quoi ? Les acteurs qui portent ces lieux interrogent et activent de nouveaux types d'interactions entre les organisations et entres les individus, autant, d’ailleurs, qu’ils construisent de nouveaux modes de production et de programmation de l’espace, dans une démarche apprenante. De quelles natures sont, précisément, ces interactions ? À quoi donnent-elles lieux dans la production et la programmation de l’espace ?
Alors que certains de ces lieux seraient critiqués parce qu’ils créeraient des enclaves dans les villes, cette table-ronde a vocation à démontrer et à débattre sur la manière dont ils forment, au contraire, de nouveaux écosystèmes innovants à l'intérieur et entre les villes.

Moderators
avatar for Laurent Barelier

Laurent Barelier

Chef de projets "stratégie urbaine et mobilité", Chronos
D'où je viens : diplômé en politiques publiques (IEP de Lille) et en urbanisme et transports (Université de Lille-I). J'ai rejoint Chronos en 2013 en tant que chef de projets. Je travaille surtout pour le Lab Chronos x OuiShare et mène des missions d'évaluation des projet... Read More →

Speakers
avatar for Agnès Badin

Agnès Badin

Ateliers la Mouche
avatar for Olivier Le Gal

Olivier Le Gal

Producer & Coordinator, MU / Station Gare des Mines
Olivier Le Gal is producer and artistic coordinator of Collectif MU. After economic science studies, he creates a festival dedicated to young video artists (Rennes-France – 1994-95). Since 1996, he works as production manager for documentary films and short movies in Canada, Lo... Read More →
avatar for Jean-Marc Gancille

Jean-Marc Gancille

CO-FOUNDER, DARWIN Eco-système
Jean-Marc Gancille is a convinced environmental activist. Together with his associate Philipe Barre, he co-founded “DARWIN Eco-système” in Bordeaux, 4hectares of a former barrack turned into French biggest hybrid space for responsible economic development, social entrepreneurship, ecological transition and civic activism. He is involved in several civic projects: he is the founder and administrator of Enercoop Aquitaine (renewable energies), founder of an urban agriculture experiment, president of Les... Read More →
avatar for Eugénie Lefebvre

Eugénie Lefebvre

Director, Les Magasins généraux
After graduating from Sciences Po Aix-en-Provence and HEC Paris, Eugénie started her career at BETC in 2008 as an account executive. After 5 years as an account manager and director for brands like Ricard, McDonald’s, HEC and strategic planner for Clarins and the Château de Versailles... Read More →


18:20

La blockchain peut-elle sauver le climat ?
Depuis quelques mois, la blockchain est sur toutes les lèvres, surtout dans les secteurs de la finance, la banque et l’assurance. Si le rapport entre le bitcoin et le climat n’est pas immédiatement évident, plusieurs applications de la blockchain peuvent néanmoins favoriser la lutte contre le changement climatique (notamment en permettant les échanges d’énergies de pair à pair, en facilitant le déploiement de la mobilité électrique ou en redynamisant le dispositif d’échanges de quotas de CO2) et, plus globalement, d’autres enjeux liés aux objectifs de développement durable (ODD). Son déploiement sera-t-il assez rapide face à l’urgence des multiples défis climatique et humanitaires ?

Moderators
avatar for Dominique Pialot

Dominique Pialot

Journaliste, La Tribune
• Journalist in energy, climate change, green growth, environment, sharing economy,etc. at La Tribune since 2008 | Previously : | o Columnist on BFM business (radio + TV) from 2008 to 2013 | o Chief editor of the website GreenUnivers.com dedicated to cleantech in 2013/2014... Read More →

Speakers
avatar for Primavera de Filippi

Primavera de Filippi

Blockchain, Harvard
Primavera De Filippi is a postdoctoral researcher at the CERSA / CNRS / Université Paris II (Panthéon-Assas). She is currently a research fellow at the Berkman Center for Internet & Society at Harvard Law School, where she is investigating the legal challenges of “governance-by-d... Read More →
avatar for Lorena Frier

Lorena Frier

Coordinator, International Platform for Insetting
After a Masters in International Business, Lorena Frier sought to work in the sustainable development field and contribute to the fight against climate change effects. | | Currently a Program Manager at PUR Projet, she besides this is a coordinator of the International Platf... Read More →
avatar for Pascale Jean

Pascale Jean

Partner Consulting, PwC France, Energy & Utilities
avatar for Julien Tchernia

Julien Tchernia

Co-Founder, ekWateur
Born in Aix-en-Provence, Julien Tchernia is a deep-down entrepreneur who succeeded in developing many companies. After a rich carreer in Brittany, Poland, Belgium, Italy and Burgundy as a telecoms engineer, he managed to grow businesses in narrow branches, on highly competitive m... Read More →


18:20

Grands ensembles: comment sortir de 'l'erreur collective'
Les banlieues françaises sont rarement dépeintes comme des territoires de métissage mêlant dynamisme économique et lien social. L’on se souvient plus volontiers des émeutes de 2005, mauvais rêves ravivés ces derniers temps par l’affaire Théo. Cette colère a-t-elle pour raison une vision architecturale de l’habitat parfois dépeinte comme totalitaire car rendant impossible toute capacité de faire société ? La responsabilité ne se situerait elle pas plutôt du côté des pouvoirs publics, qui, faute de comprendre ces territoires et ses habitants, se désengagent socialement et économiquement des grands ensembles pour seulement y exercer un pouvoir coercitif ?

Construits pour la plupart il y a plus de 50 ans, les grands ensembles font aujourd’hui partis de notre histoire urbaine et il est de notre responsabilité commune de relancer une dynamique pour faire société sur ces territoires. Comment concevoir l’urbanisme comme un acte plus politique, produisant un territoire au service des citoyens et basé sur une nouvelle alliance entre toutes les parties prenantes permettant à chaque habitant de se saisir de l’avenir de son lieu de vie ?

Moderators
avatar for Taoufik Vallipuram

Taoufik Vallipuram

Partnerships Manager, OuiShare
Après avoir été diplômé de l’Université La Sorbonne et Edhec Business School, il a commencé sa carrière en 2010 dans une start-up parisienne où il a aidé plus de 6000 amateurs de clubs de sport français à réunir leurs communautés sur des sites dédiés. Il est ensuite parti dans l&rsquo... Read More →

Speakers
avatar for Fatima Idhammou

Fatima Idhammou

Founder, Sarcelloscope
For the past 8 years, Fatima Idhammou has developed and been an advocate for projects on a local level. Her professional and personal commitment is guided by the power of action  of the underserved communities within France and abroad. Her projects are centered around 2 focal points : | 1) To boost the involvement and social investment of these underserved populations in and around the city through innovative social initiatives such as the creation of local media, reappropriation of public space, etc. | 2) To contribute to the educational success of young people by deconstructing the negative image they have of themselves and their territories. This involves, notably... Read More →
avatar for Layla Zanifi

Layla Zanifi

Founder, L'ATELIER D'EDGAR
Layla Zanifi is the architect who founded l'ATELIER D'EDGAR, specialized in architectural and urban renewal. She decided to settle her office in the parisian suburb, department of Seine Saint-Denis, a territory also known as ’93’, as she is convinced that this specific area is rich with talents and ressources. Her global understanding of urbanism and urban challenges naturally led her to embrace the perspectives of the upcoming... Read More →


Friday July 7, 2017 18:20 - 19:30
03. Lab 1 place de la Pointe, 93500 Pantin

18:55

Nouvelles offres de mobilité, nouvelles alliances?
Uber est présent dans toutes les plus grandes villes du monde, des offres de mobilité à la demande émergent en permanence. Avec l’arrivée d’un nombre croissant d’acteurs, quelle place pour l’acteur public ? Auparavant seul maître de l’offre de transport sur son territoire, il est aujourd’hui concurrencé par de nouveaux moyens de déplacements. Fort de ce constat, existe t-il des collaborations possibles entre acteurs privés et acteurs publics ? Comment celles-ci se matérialisent-elles?  
Ce panel se propose de traiter de la mobilité d’aujourd’hui et de demain.

Moderators
avatar for Adeline Karampournis

Adeline Karampournis

Consultant in Digital Policies

Speakers
avatar for Jean-Pierre Orfeuil

Jean-Pierre Orfeuil

Emeritus Professor, Eastern Paris University
J.P.Orfeuil is emeritus professor at the Eastern Paris University. He is a specialist of mobility behaviour and  transport policies. His book “Mobilité, l’âge des possibles” (2008) announced the explosion of shared mobility, and studied its limitations... Read More →
avatar for Olivier Scampion

Olivier Scampion

Urbanist - Project Manager in mobility, Atu
Olivier Scampion works at the urban planner agency of Tours Area since 2006. His main activity consists in integrating the mobility’s problematic into the documents of territorial planning.


Friday July 7, 2017 18:55 - 19:30
05. Factory 1 place de la Pointe, 93500 Pantin

19:30

Closing OuiShare Fest: La ville moderne comme proposition religieuse complète
La bascule s'est produite, au niveau mondial, un peu après l'an 2000 : les humains sont devenus, majoritairement, une espèce urbaine. Il y a là matière à une nouvelle alliance, quelque chose qui ressemble à une révélation religieuse, comme à un mauvais syllogisme : Les modernes vivent en ville, les modernes ne croient pas en Dieu, donc les urbains ne croient pas en dieu. C'est exact. A ceci près qu'à part récemment, ou chez de rares mystiques, personne n'a jamais vraiment cru en Dieu—  Dieu n'était pas un objet de croyance, mais une sorte d'évidence fondatrice. Mon hypothèse est que la ville est devenu un divin de cet ordre. Personne ne croit aux villes ; on les constate, et on les utilise. La ville est la religion des modernes.
 
"Quand on parlait des dieux, dans les temps très anciens, il n'y avait pas plus de croyant que d'incroyants. La présence des divins avait l'évidence de l'air ou du sol. Ils formaient le tissus commun des vies, la matière première de tous les rituels, le repère indiscutable de toute l'existence, l'ordinaire de toutes les conversations." Bruno Latour.

Speakers
avatar for Aurélien Bellanger

Aurélien Bellanger

Novelist
Aurélien Bellanger is a French novelist. His first book, published in 2010, was an essay about Michel Houellebecq. He published three novels, La théorie de l'information, 2012, L'aménagement du Territoire, 2014, Le Grand Paris, 2017.


20:00

OuiShare Fest Brazilian carnival
Let's bring some Brazilian carnival spirit to our venue. Show how we can regain power over our cities and transform the way we belong to urban areas while enjoying some Cumbia and electro tropical music.
Make some noise and have lots of fun with us!

***Le carnaval brésilien du OuiShare Fest***

Artists
avatar for Timothée Bres

Timothée Bres

Co-Founder, Civic Innovation Network


Friday July 7, 2017 20:00 - 22:30
09. Plaza 1 place de la Pointe, 93500 Pantin

23:00

OuiShare Fest closing party
After three days of intense discussion, debates and experience, it's time to gather one last time and enjoy a not-less-intense night.

*** LINE-UP ***
DJ TAGADA officiel
Dj GypsyBox
Captain Cumbia

Where ?
Cabaret Sauvage
211 Avenue Jean Jaurès
75019 Paris, France

***Fête de la fermeture du OuiShare Fest*** 

Friday July 7, 2017 23:00 - Saturday July 8, 2017 05:00
10. Off-site