Who we are
Our international network consist of more than 1000 activists, civil society leaders, researchers and funders aiming to fundamentally rethink and redesign how activists and change agents in civil society can effectively work towards a systemic change (Great Transition).
We invite individuals working in a civil society organisation or those active in a social movement as well as researchers with an academic interest in civil society to become part of the Smart CSOs Lab network.
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Smart CSOs Team
Graphic recording and design
Facilitation, process design and action research
Olivier Consolo, freelance activist, France // Gonzalo de Castro, working for Educo, Spain // Uygar Özesmi, founder of good4trust.com, Turkey // Luise Tremel, Germany
Smart CSOs Supporters
Supporting organisations are generally CSOs with core funding who financially support the activities of the lab.
Supporting individuals are individuals (activists, funders, and researchers) who have personally made a formal commitment to the purpose of the Smart CSOs Lab and to their role as change agents for the Great Transition.
Further explanation is provided in the Terms of Reference for Community Members and Supporters.
Adrián Beling, research associate with FLASCO Argentina // Maike Buhr, working for the Centre for Sustainability Management, Germany // Olivier Consolo, freelance activist, France // Sergi Corbalán, working for Fair Trade Advocacy Office, Belgium // Gonzalo de Castro, working for Educo, Spain // Bernard DuPasquier, working for Bread for All, Switzerland // Wojtek Kalinowski, working for Veblen Institute for Economic Reforms, France // Stefan Kerl, working for Südwind, Austria // Johannes Krause, Germany // Mike Mathias, working for Greng Steftung, Luxembourg // Bernd Nilles, working for Fastenopfer, Switzerland // Uygar Özesmi, founder of good4trust.com, Turkey // Álvaro Porro, working for Barcelona City Government, Spain // John Smith, working for Trocaire, Ireland // Sibylle Spengler, working for Greenpeace, Switzerland // Luise Tremel, Germany // Stefan Tuschen, working for Misereor, Germany // Stefanie Wahl, working for Denkwerk Zukunft, Germany