Today we've got a conversation about mutual aid societies and political leadership development with my friends James Anderson from Social Evolution and Joel Dusoe of Capital Leaders. How can we better organize for collective wellbeing? How can politicians become true community champions again? Why are markets dominated by corrupt corporations and economies based on violence instead of community cooperatives and economies based on solidarity?
Then we get a bonus chat (10mins) about a real use case for blockchain in government aid delivery being implemented in the Netherlands by my sponsor, Sphereon. Feel free to skip ahead if you get antsy.
We’re barely scratching the surface here and only from one slice of the techno-political spectrum. Who else I should talk to about this stuff? Help!
As always, let me know what you like and what I can do better on twitter @techdrugsrocknroll.
For more about Social Evolution check out social-evolution.com or read The Social Singularity by Max Borders.
For more real use cases for blockchain technology check out Sphereon at sphereon.com.
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