Social Relations

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Working Group: Cinzia Cremona (Coordinator), Neil Cummings, Marsha Bradfield

The general function of the Social Relations working group is to reflect and engage actively with the representation of self-organization and cooperative practice. <br/> <br/> As Critical Practice constitutes practice as well as fostering distinct projects, this working group's objective is to produce concepts, environments and artifacts useful for the purposes of elaborating on Critical Practice's inner dynamics, development and promotion. <br>

See also New Members Manual or the communication guidelines.<br>

<h2>Upcoming Projects</h2>


Pitching Workshop<br> Each Practitioner has a different image of Critical Practice and a different agenda when talking about it. See Elevator Pitch (Proposal) for the basic outline.


<h2>Past Projects</h2>

  • Fresh off the press as of September 2008, The Critical Practice publication, issue 2 is now also available.<br>Download a lo-res PDF here
  • The Critical Practice Publication, Issue 1 gives a snapshot of Critical Practice's activities as of July 2007.<br> Download a PDF

Email us to request a hard copy.

  • Critical Practice Song Workshop<br> Coordinated by Trevor Giles in collaboration with Mikey Georgeson a.k.a. Mr. Solo


<h2>Presentations</h2>

  • Notes for a talk on cooperation, Critical Practice and Open Organizational guidelines.


<h2>Some links</h2>

... we might explore:

How should the government handle information?

2gether

4IP: Innovation for the Public, a Channel 4 initiative.

Virtual Policy, Ren Reynolds’ policy think tank. Virtual and online world policy event. Lots of lawyers, lots of geeks.

Sound Network's Open Source City Reminds us of the Big Idea Open Source Festival.

What They Could Do They Did, has a member in common with CP, Mike Knowlden. They describe us as an 'aligned project' ...



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