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Community Networks and Political Advocacy

Abstract : The goal of this deliverable on Community Networks and Political Advocacy is the identification of how Community Networks (CNs) gain leverage on regulators and policy-makers: What are the appropriate organizational modes to engage in political advocacy in order to foster the growth of community networks as cooperative plat-forms? What are the successful mediation of their interactions with other actors in the telecom sector and the local, national and European policy environments? In short, how can a CN build political advocacy capacities? With “advocacy capacity-building” we identify the process by which CNs can upgrade the collective skills on which they rely to influence policy development, but also to develop and upgrade the procedures and organizational designs devoted to these activities.
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Félix Tréguer, Melanie Dulong de Rosnay. Community Networks and Political Advocacy. [Research Report] D1.5, ISCC-CNRS. 2018, pp.85. ⟨halshs-01792045⟩



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