The current system does not solve the problems of the majority and threatens us with the loss of our jobs, our social rights, our democratic freedoms and the destruction of our environment.
There are alternatives and we can build new answers. There is an abundance of material, cognitive, technological, financial and productive resources to make it possible. It must be recognized and used for the benefit of all.
Let's replicate, build, experiment, do.
Step by step or as rockets, always enjoying the journey but without forgetting the transformative purpose of our initiatives.
What we do
We inform and train people and communities to empower them as changemakers.
Training of connectors
Sharing Islands Event
We Make it easier
We provide methodologies and tools to facilitate the development of community initiatives and projects.
Factoy of the Commons
We develop our own projects to accelerate the transition to the new model.
Community Basic Income
We help the driving groups of community initiatives to develop and consolidate their projects.
Minimum viable product/prototyping
Search for financing
We help public administrations to deploy Community-Based local development models.
Boosting collective entrepreneurship
Dynamisation/Activation of underused resources
Whole transition projects to develop collaborative territories
Participation in European projects
We help local initiatives to meet and connect, and we connect and collaborate with other territories.
Development of local networks
Integration and participation in other territorial and global networks
Alliances to develop collaborative projects.
Collaboration in European projects
omnia sunt communia
Pedro Martín Palmero
Law graduate and economist. Some time ago he left the dark side to promote commonomia. Defender of utopias. A little tired of postmodernity, only internal revolutions and microactivities. Determined to accelerate the process. Small is beautiful but bigger is better. He lives in Tenerife
Pablo Fernández del Castillo
Official of the European Commission. Connector for Europe of Commonomia and Sharing Islands. Promoter of a new development model based on the collaborative economy, the use of complementary currencies and a basic income. Analyst of new forms of governance and citizen participation. He lives in Brussels.
Henar Martín Armas
Degree in Civil Engineering with double mention in Hydrology and Services and Urban Transport from the University of La Laguna. Master's degree in Planning, Economics and Operation of Urban and Metropolitan Transport from the University Pablo de Olavide in Seville. She works for the development of sustainable urban mobility models supported by effective participatory processes. She lives in Tenerife
Fran Reyes Perdomo
He cares about doing things well and continuously improving. He prefers agile methods because he thinks they are a way to build excellent software. Although he has a technical background, he is interested in other areas of the final product (business, UX, operations, etc.). He lives in Tenerife.
Juan Saavedra Díaz
Degree in Economics.
Much of his career focuses on the support, promotion and study of entrepreneurship in its various forms (self-employment and small entrepreneurship, scalable entrepreneurship, social entrepreneurship and community entrepreneurship, among others) and from various fields and institutions (university teaching and other academic levels, technical project advisor and specialized consulting). He lives in Tenerife
Graduated in Economics, in 2009 he created his first collaborative platform in a self-taught way using Drupal. Since its beginning in 2012, he was an active connector of OuiShare, a pioneer community in the research and dissemination of the Collaborative Economy models. Today Cristóbal facilitates classes, workshops and conferences and researches the key elements for the development of collaborative platforms as a member of the Platform Design Toolkit. Together with Juho Makkonen, CEO of Sharetribe, he has published "The Lean Marketplace", a practical guide for developing collaborative platforms. He lives in Barcelona
Héctor Martín Armas
Computer Engineering student at the University of La Laguna.
Interested in the world of open-source. Believes in technology development driven by open collaborative communities and new distributed production modes. Design global, produce local.
Convinced that data belongs to people and not to companies. He lives in Tenerife