Asia Commons

The Asia Commons is an attempt to see how ideas of the Commons are specifically applicable to Asian conditions, and may be distinctive from other forms.

It is also the name of a conference, held in early June 2006 in Bangkok, the capital in Thailand. The event was attended by over a hundred people, mostly from Asia.

Read more about Asia CommonsThe Concept of An 'Asia Commons', The Commons, As A Concept, The Asia Commons Conference: June 6–8, 2006

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The Asia Commons Conference: June 6–8, 2006 - Advisors To The Event
... Members of the Asia Commons advisory group are networked through this list ... Those thanked for giving their "valuable advice" in shaping the Asia Commons conference includes (in a list which "is not complete.. ... Lawrence Liang of the Alternative Law Forum, iCommons director Paula Le Dieu, Creative Commons South Africa director Heather Ford, Open Society Foundation information programme manager Vera Franz, IDRC Pan Asia ...

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