Check out Who Owns The World?, the fifth conference on “platform cooperativism,” November 7-9, 2019 at The New School.
We are convening one hundred fifty speakers from over thirty countries to meet each other, co-design, and learn about a wide range of topics:
- worker power in the platform economy,
- misogyny and racism in co-ops,
- ecological sustainability,
- best practices for cooperation including the allocation of startup funding,
- the potential of platform co-ops for data trusts,
- data co-ops,
- new models for distributed governance,
- and data sovereignty.
Kirsten Gillibrand, United States Senator; John Martin McDonnell, Shadow Chancellor of the Exchequer (opposition Finance Minister) of the Labour Party, UK; Dieter Janecek, member of the German Bundestag; New York Assemblymember Ron Kim,
Platform co-op founders
platform co-op incubators and other organizations providing infrastructure support
Allied community groups
Union and co-op leaders
Coming to us from Zambia, Hip Hop artist PilAto, a.k.a Zambia’s Voice of Inequality, will perform a remake of Childish Gambino’s This Is America. The New School Hip Hop Collective will stage a night of Liberation. Prof. Daniel Blake and his Music for Political Action Fall 2019 course at The New School selected and researched the history of songs that relate to our event. You’ll hear them in the breaks. Stefania de Kenessey and vocalists Lisa Daehlin (soprano) and Waundell Saavedra (bass) will perform their live rendition of the platform co-op anthem!
Lead image: spinning lights by aaronisnotcool