Interviewing Davide Barillari
Davide Barillari is a Certified IT Specialist working for IBM Global Services in Italy. Barillari is currently providing consultancy services at customer sites in banking sector, on WebSphere Application Server for z/OS. He is also the Regional Councilor for an anti-government political party Five Star Movement (M5S) in Lazio.
Mr. Barillari was one of the panelists at the D-CENT launch event, organised on the 14th of March 2014 in London. His panel dived into new models of democracy.
D-CENT interview: Davide Barillari from D-CENT on Vimeo.
D-CENT already has published several research documents. Here’s a short listing of those published so far.
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Interviewing Jon Kingsbury
Jon Kingsbury leads an inter-disciplinary team at Nesta, UK, that designs, commissions and delivers multi-million pound innovation programmes that help the creative and digital economy. He opened the D-CENT launch event “Democracy reboot: Re-imagining democracy and currency in Europe” organised in March 2014 in London.
“D-CENT is being tested with real users and real community groups. That’s different to a lot of other technology projects which generally tend to focus on what people want to build rather than focusing on the needs of the community.”
D-CENT interview: Jon Kingsbury from D-CENT on Vimeo.
Interviewing Hille Hinsberg
D-CENT interviews Hille Hinsberg from PRAXIS Center for Policy Studies. Hinsberg is an expert of governance and civil society policy. She participated the D-CENT launch event “Democracy reboot: Re-imagining democracy and currency in Europe” organised in March 2014 in London.
“D-CENT is a way to empower the ordinary guy. To have him/her on board, while making decisions and planning things that will inevitably influence all of us.”
D-CENT interview: Hille Hinsberg from D-CENT on Vimeo.
Interviewing Geoff Mulgan
D-CENT interviews Geoff Mulgan, the Chief Executive of Nesta. Mulgan participated the D-CENT launch event “Democracy reboot: Re-imagining democracy and currency in Europe” organised in March 2014 in London. He moderated the panel discussed about new models of democracy.
“Democratic institutions don’t change over night. But my hope is that in the next ten, twenty or thirty years of time some of the things we’ve talked as part of the D-CENT conversation simply become commons sense everywhere”, says Mulgan.
D-CENT interview: Geoff Mulgan from D-CENT on Vimeo.