Work with governmental institutions to recognize and legitimize the Fourth Sector.
People organize in open networks, using the Internet to communicate and coordinate actions on the ground. These networks are organic, dynamic, versatile. They don’t need a head office or a legal entity to represent them. They are not Coops, Nonprofits, or Inc-s, they are creatures of the Fourth Sector.
Open networks are new channels for latent social potential, but face insurmountable institutional barriers. These new types of organisations have real impact but their structure and governance are not recognized by our institutions, as if they didn’t exist.
Open Fourth Sector Rationale, document produced by Sensorica.
- Letter to ESDC
- 2020 Canadian Science Policy Center conference
- Paper for Canadian Science Policy Center
- Proposal for ESDC: Develop the 4th sector
- Mémoire pour l'économie collaborative [English version]/ Présenté au Ministère de l’Économie, Science et Innovation du Québec (MESI) le 20 avril, 2018
- Mémoire Plan d’action du sport et du plein air urbains 2018-2028 [English version]/ Présenté à la Ville de Montréal le 2 Mai 2018
- ESDC consultation on Social Innovation and Social Finance / Presented to the Ministry of Employment and Social Development Canada in 2017
- Panel for the Canadian Science Policy Center / 2017
Describe all layers of incentives
Open Project governance document[Instruction: link to governance doc, use template to create governance - delete this after]
- Custodian Agreement [provide link]
- Exchange firm Agreement [provide link]
- Project Governance Template [provide link]