transparency

Corporate transparency describes the extent to which a corporation's actions are observable by outsiders. This is a consequence of regulation, local norms, and the set of information, privacy, and business policies concerning corporate decision-making and operations openness to employees, stakeholders, shareholders and the general public. From the perspective of outsiders, transparency can be defined simply as the perceived quality of intentionally shared information from the corporation.

 

Event
Sito Veracruz will inform us about the last updates of Fairbnb.coop and will introduce their crowdfunding campaign.

 

Event
During these open sessions we explore what 'Doughnut Economics' by Kate Raworth can mean for innovation and technology.

 

Event
On Monday 20th of March 2017, a final FairBnB monthly meetup will be held.

 

Project

21-10-2016

Fairbnb

Fairbnb is a movement that seeks to encourage vacation rentals that comply with the principles of a fair, non-extractive and collaborative economy.

 

Event
How to create an online accommodation sharing community, of which the members trust each other, without massively exposing their private data?

 

Event
On June 1st, the official presentation of Transparant Nederland will take place at Pakhuis de Zwijger in Amsterdam, during TransparancyCamp Europe.

 

Article
On May 13th, Transparant Netherlands, a data platform developed at Waag in the past months, was launched. It reveals the links between politicians, the government, organisations and the business world.

 

Event
On May 13th, at the Fabcity Campus in the Democracy Dome, the launch of Transparant Nederland will take place, together with the official opening of the 'Mirror Room' by We are Data.

 

Project
Transparent Netherlands wanted to contribute to our democracy by making it more defensible and improving the information position of citizens.

 

Article
Fairphone is the most sustainable electronics firm. The company reduces its impact on the environment by focussing on recycling and extending the lifespan of the devices.

 

Article
On Saturday 8 September, Apps for Democracy took place at the Dutch House of Representatives in The Hague. Organized by the House itself, the Open State Foundation and Netwerk Democratie, a select group of makers and thinkers discussed the way that Open Data can contribute to break up policy processes and empower the democracy. Direct reason was the (enhanced) version of the Parlis system, that opens up the documents circulating in parliament. On invitation of Gerdi Verbeet, new applications were made at the spot that can contribute to the transparancy of the parliament.