Latin America Commons Deep Dive/Participants

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This list reflects the participation selection process in Latin America Commons Deep Dive

Proposal for participants

Draft list of proposed names for a regional preparatory workshop for a conference on commons-oriented economics. Context via Proposal for a Conference on Commons-Oriented Economics

Thanks for putting from 1 to 3 stars next to each name according to priority. Add comments if you wish so.

Hotel: Casa Inn, calle Rio Lerma, Mexico City ; November 12 to 15, 2012

Online Meetings

To discuss invitees.

first online meeting; The proposal for the call, which will be reconfirmed and coordinated by Michel is:

10 am in Mexico-City 12 am in Buenos Aires 5 pm in Paris/Berlin and 10 pm in Bangkok


Tuesday August 21: Bea, Annette, Michel, ...


second online meeting: Friday August 31 Alain, Fred, Silke, Michel

Final list of names

  1. Alain Ambrosi, Canadá
  2. Xavier Basurto, México
  3. Carolina Botero, Colombia
  4. Eliana Gomez, San Salvador
  5. Silke Helfrich, Alemania
  6. San Hoerth, Costa Rica
  7. Ana de Ita, México
  8. Gustavo Marin, Chile
  9. Conrado Marquez, México
  10. Rubén Martínez Moreno, España
  11. Leticia Merino, México
  12. Camila Moreno, Brazil
  13. Enrique Dussel Peters, México
  14. Elizabeth Peredo Beltrán, Bolivia
  15. Miguel Said Vieira, Brazil
  16. Gustavo Salas, Venezuela
  17. Dolores Rojas Rubio, México
  18. Annette von Schönfeld, Alemania-México

Tentative Names

FIRST ROUND

  1. NAME 1: Mayo Fuster, Berkman Institute, Spain ([email protected] IGOP - BERKMAN CENTER FOR INTERNET AND SOCIETY, HARVARD UNIVERSITY)
  2. NAME 2: Juan Freire (if he declines: Antonio Lafuente), Spain
  3. NAME 3: Ana de Ita, Mexico (CECCAM / Via Campesina), (RESERVE: Carlos Vicente, GRAIN, Argentina)
  4. NAME 4: Maristela Svampa, Argentina, feminist economist)
  5. NAME 5: Camila Moreno, Brazil
  6. NAME 6, Elisabeth Peredo, Fundación Solon, Water Movement, Bolivia
  7. NAME 7: Miguel Said Vieira, Phd Candidate, Brazil
  8. NAME 8: Vinicius or Jose Murillo / Cultural/Digital Commons + networking, Brazil
  9. NAME 9: Eduardo Gudynas, Uruguay, one of the most important political ecologists
  10. NAME 10: Edgardo Lander, Venezuela - one of the most well known sociologists of Latin America
  11. NAME 11: Gustavo Esteban (Oaxaca, Mexico) ; (if he declines: Gustavo Castro (Chiapas)
  12. NAME 12: Carolina Botero, Creative Commons, Colombia
  13. NAME 13: Gustavo Marin (Chile)
  14. NAME 14: Alberto Acosta (Ecuador)
  15. NAME 15: Enrique Dussel Peters (Mexico)
  16. NAME 16: Yara Petrovsky, Brazil, INESC / alternative: José (Ze) Correa
  17. NAME 17: Sergio Amadeu, Brazil (? Bea, please look again at the whole list, is Sergio's profil very distinct to other's profiles, we have quite a lot of Brazilians on the list)
  18. NAME 18: Gustavo Soto, Buen Vivir approach, Bolivia
  19. NAME 19: Ileana Gomez, [email protected], PRISMA, El Salvador
  20. NAME 20: Emir Sader, Brazil

feminist economist from Mexico

  • looking for feminist economist in Mexico
  • asking Michael Alvarez
  • sbd. from the minery and fishery sector


SECOND ROUND:


  1. NAME: Santiago Moura Hoerth, Codigosur, Costa Rica

Suggestions from Michael AlvarezKalverkamp

"I would rapidly suggest Walter Pengue (Argentina), who has been organizing regional academic weeks on Eco-Economy (not green economy) for a couple of years already in Buenos Aires (although he is more specialized in Agroindustrial research). Maristella Svampa is already on Your list, she is an outstanding expert too in minery, for the fishery issues in Chile Pedro Avendaño Garcés (vice-rector Universidad del Mar Viña del Mar, working with and on small and industrial fishery), also Chile Flavia Liberona (NGO Terram, working on salmon industry and fishery), Paraguay Oscar Rivas (Ex-Minister for Environmental affairs, NGO Sobrevivencia), who did a lot of work with the fishery sector there).


Suggestions from Herve Le Crosnier:

'May be we can have José Correa higher on the list.

       You know that Alberto Acosta will be candidate for
       the next presidential election in Ecuador, so I think
       he wont be easily accessible.
       I fear that no indigenous representative is on the
       short list...
       May be Adelita San Vicente, from Mexico, who is the
       head of "Semillas de Vida" in Mexico is a good local
       choice (she wrote an article in the book "Libres Savoirs"
       about knowxledge commons we published last year.
       I have two mails :
       Adela San Vicente <[email protected]>
       Adelita San Vicente <[email protected]>
       To decide if Sergio Amadeus is a good choice, we
       have a video of its intervention at the first
       World Forum on science & democracy by fevruary 2009
       http://vecam.org/article1143.html

Proposed Names

Miscellenaous

  • Camila Montesinos (Chile),(Grain) or Francisca Rodriguez (Chile, Anamuri, Asociacion Nacional de Mujres rurales e indígenas .

sbd from the Minery Sector

+ sbd. familiar with the economics of "pesca artesanal"? / small scale fishery?

Argentina

  • Maristela Svampa**, Argentina; http://www.maristellasvampa.net/
  • Feminist Economists, f.e. VALERIA RENATA ESQUIVEL, Assistant Professor of Economics Universidad Nacional de General Sarmiento Buenos Aires, ARGENTINA Research Associate; The Levy Economics Institute of Bard College New York, USA [email protected]
  • Franco Iacomella (based in Buenos Aires, works with p2p foundation, co-author of documentary on alternative education, works for FLASCO distance education) (mb**)


Bolivia

  • *Elisabeth Peredo, Author, activist ecologist esp. water movement and Director of the Solon Foundation, BOLIVIA – I (Silke) think she is crucial for networking in Bolivia


Brazil

  • Miguel Said Vieira**, USP ([email protected]) – BRAZIL; phd-student on the cultural/digital commons, but also very knowledgeable on the commons as alternative paradigm/ has been participant of the crottdorf-meeting + the wsf-process + letter to Dilma Rousseff and many other commons-related initiatives, + very young and speaks several languages – BRAZIL
  • Camila Moreno** ([email protected]), PhD candidate in sociology at CPDA/UFRRJ currently working as programme officer at hbf Brazil or Larissa Parker (Terra de Direitos/ Brazil), familiar with the issue of human rights and financialisation, both quite sharp and eloquent young women
  • Pablo Ortellado (USP) - [email protected], São Paulo Brazil – BRAZIL, Red sobre Digital Commons... who has more info? GPOPAI, Universidade Saõ Paulo
  • Karla Brunet, very active in digital networking spaces, from Bahia in Brazil (mb *)
  • Frederic Vandenberghe, very smart on social theories, moving towards the commons, based in rio, strongly recommended (mb **)
  • Jose Murillo **, Brazilian Ministry of Culture, worked closely with Gilberto Gil, important figure in Brazil; has been participating in ICC, (mb***)
  • Vinicius Braz Rocha, eco-digital networker, well connected with 'constructive grassroots projects (mb***)
  • Sergio Amadeu**, Brazil, HBS in Rio de Janeiro is going back to their work on Biopolitics (putting together activists from different fields related to life and culture) and Sergio is one of the ones involved in that process)

Chile

  • Gustavo Marin**, Chile; Governance expert, has been working on Commons and governance recently, excellent networker ([email protected]), related to FPH/ WSF and many other international institutions and networks

Colombia

  • Carolina Botero, Fundación Karisma – Colombia (CC activist), digital and cultural commons (but I guess not a very broad commons approach), Coauthor of our Commons-Anthology, [email protected] - not sure if really familiar with the economic aspects of the issue, Bea?


Costa Rica

  • *Santiago Moura Hoerth <[email protected] >, COSTA RICA + networking throughout whole Central America/ social activist


El Salvador

  • Ileana Gomez, [email protected] , PRISMA, El Salvador, focused on the commons and local development /local governance; between acadamic research and social activis; closely related to the Ministry of Environment (perhaps more appropriate for a governance workshop but nontheless worth a try)


Mexico

  • Leticia Merino IASC ([email protected]com, [email protected]), UNAM – MEXICO, ex IASC secretary, knows our work, the Icc process – link to the academic resaerch circles on the commons but not very relyable in communication
  • Ana de Ita <[email protected]> working on agriculture, cultural and biodiv, small scale farming, seeds, forests etc + enlosures – CECCAM, MEXICO – knows the best practices) / advocates indigenoues and community rights
  • Enrique Dussel Peters**, Mexico? high level economist in Mexico, very open to alternative approaches, probably not familiar with cultural/digital commons, but worth a try - http://www.dusselpeters.com/ (we know him personally)

Second Round

other names we could consider (if you have more information, please add)


1. Gonzalo Maturana ([email protected]), Universidad de Chile – CHILE → other suggestions for Chile are very welcome, we should ask Michael Alvarez

2. Gustavo Soto* ([email protected]), CEADESC – BOLIVIA, works on Buen Vivir, defending indigenous rights, community based approaches and solutions, opposes Morales government, has been working with as in the WSF process --> I think we need sbd. from Bolivia/ alternative proposals very welcome

3. Margarita Flórez, Universidad del Rosario – COLOMBIA, co-author of Genes, Bytes y Emisiones; works on enclosure of biodiversity and alternatives, great networker and active in contenental political networks, knows the trade and IPR issues very well.

5. Henrique Antoun (Escola de Comunicação da UFRJ) [email protected] - Rio de Janeiro Brazil - BRAZIL

6. Ivana Bentes (Escola de Comunicação da UFRJ) [email protected] - Rio de Janeiro Brazil – BRAZIL or Pablo de Soto ( Escola de Comunicação da UFRJ) [email protected], - Rio de Janeiro Brazil – BRAZIL or Oona Castro (Escola de Comunicação da UFRJ) - Rio de Janeiro Brazil [email protected], (through her educational leadership, she is a hyperactive organizer of grassroots group, she's close to groups like Fora do Eixo, the work of negri/hardt/boutang on cognitive capitalism) (mb**)

7. Fabio Malini (UFES) - [email protected], Vitória-ES Brazil - BRAZIL

8. Ronaldo Lemos - [email protected], Fundação Getúlio Vargas/FGV Rio de Janeiro - BRAZIL

9. Luis Razeto Migliaro, [email protected] - Universidad Bolivariana - CHILE

10. Marcos Barbosa de Oliveira [email protected], Professor-associado da Faculdade de Educação, Universidade de São Paulo, has been working with us in the WSF process and coordination the GT (working group) on science and tecnology), he is Miguel Said Vieira's professor, and actually I would invite Miguel and not Marcos, but obviously both are great.

11. Augusto Gazir ([email protected]) – IBASE (Instituto Brasileiro de Análises Sociais e Econômicas)

12. Jose Luis Coraggio, responsable de temas de economia social, muy activo en la red de economia social en America Latina, ahora trabaja con la Fundacion Polany [email protected]

13. Rosa Azevedo (University of Amazonia) or a representative from indigenous people in Amazonia


More names:

  • Pedro Tarak, Argentine
  • José (Ze) Correa, WSF Brasil, one of the strategists of the WSF/ member of GRAP, has been coordinating the “Reclaiming the Commons” campaign and the Porto Alegre/Rio+20 Dialogue Plattform; he is the one who helped getting the commons on the agenda of that dialogue Plattform (mb**)
  • Yara Petrovsky**, Brazil, INESC, one of the most important social activists in Brazil, in the Rio+20 process she has been bridging the official and alternative process (mb**)

Ask the directors of hbf in Santiago and Rio de Janeiro (Michael Alvarez and David Bartelt)