Irina Bolichevsky

W3C and Redecentralize.org

Irina is currently working on D-CENT and social standards as W3C team and as a consultant on open data. She’s the founder of redecentralize.org – a project to promote and bring together people working on and interested in decentralisation, as well as the organiser of last year’s Redecentralize Conference in London. Previously she led ckan.org (an open source open data platform) and the technical commercial work of the Open Knowledge Foundation.

My Sessions

Digital Democracy: D-CENT, citizen engagement and economic empowerment

Medialab Auditorio

Acting as an introduction to the activities at the Democracy Lab, this session will provide an overview of the D-CENT project and the work of the international organisations currently involved in transforming democracy. This will be an accessible and stimulating introductory session for anybody with an interest in the changing face of 21st Century democracy. […]

Democracy Lab