Sunday, March 28th, 2021

11:00am – 11.30amWelcome to Day 3 at MoneyLab Berlin: Organising for ResistanceMoneyLab websiteEla Kagel
11:30am – 12:30pmIntroduction to Game-based, Experimental Organizations
by Economic Space Agency (ECSA).
ECSA is formulating a grammar for expressing post-capitalist economic organizations. As part of this process, we’re offering XORG Initiative, together with Supermarkt,, Goldin & Senneby, YKON, Robin Hood Coop, BlockScience, m-cult, Breadchain and FRAME among others.
XORG utilizes games as a structural medium for organizations.
The different fields of game design suggest different methods for drafting organizations. For example, roleplaying games offer structures for meaningful events and forging novel social entities. Organizations can be “played into existence” with methods of playtesting, even by fragments. For example, playstorming starts from the first interactions without a full game around you. The structural variety of games is a reservoir for potential organizations. For example, the different point structures reflect most tokens used in cryptoeconomies; but they also hold many possibilities yet to be considered.
In sum: organizational design can resemble game design; organizational realization can operate as play.
MoneyLab websiteAkseli Virtanen & Pekko Koskinen
12:30pm – 1:00pmBREAK / Transition into next session
1:00 – 2:00pmAgainst Housing Speculation:
Expropriate Deutsche Wohnen & Co

The Berlin initiative Expropriate Deutsche Wohnen & Co! seeks to facilitate a referendum to re-municipalise the housing stock of major housing companies in Berlin. In her talk, Rabea Berfelde proposes a vision of a democratically controlled housing association that serves the common good, rather than the real estate market.
Talk by Rabea Befelde, member of Expropriate Deutsche Wohnen & Co!
MoneyLab websiteRabea Berfelde
2:00pm – 2:15pmBREAK / Transition into next session
2:15pm – 3:15pmHow Amazon became the Death Star of the Covid-19 Pandemic
Yonatan Miller, tech worker, trade union organizer and co-founder of Berlin Tech workers coalition, will present his insights on how Amazon became the pandemic giant, reaping large profits amid a global health crisis. Where are Amazon’s relentless expansion and automation headed? Why is this unprecedented monopolization of power and finance a threat to workers, customers and basically everyone? Are there any ways to resist Amazon?
Talk by Yonatan Miller
MoneyLab website
Yonatan Miller
3:15pm – 4:00pmBreak // Open Slot
4:00pm – 5:00pmTools for Reimagining Better Worlds Through Collaboration
In this conversation, Rachel Uwa, founder of School of Machines, Making & Make-Believe and Ela Kagel will look on strategic approaches, online tools, facilitation methods and cultural aspects of self-organization, aimed at creating a curriculum for digital self-management in groups and collectives. This session provides an opportunity for community organizers to call-in and engage in strategizing on how to strengthen collectives online.
Conversation by Rachel Uwa and Ela Kagel
MoneyLab websiteRachel Uwa,Ela Kagel
3:00pm – 5:00pmString Figures – The Threads Connecting Us
This mapping workshop by Ailie Rutherford will be rounding off MoneyLab Berlin with a collaborative exercise in exploring the inextricable threads that connect us all. Created by Ailie Rutherford and Bettina Nissen, this digital mapping work aims to visualize and build decentralised networks for activists founded on a principle of mutual care.
Max. number of participants: 10
Workshop: Registration required. If you want to take part contact us:
Ailie Rutherford
5:00pm – 5:30pmClosing Session of Money Lab Berlin, Outlook on what’s to come.MoneyLab websiteEla Kagel