RadicalxChange Warsaw:

Europe and The

Futures of Pluralism

Where? MAŁA WARSZAWA - Otwocka 14, 03-759 Warszawa, Poland

When? Tuesday, 18 October 2022, 9:00 AM to 6:00 PM CEST

With Europe at war, the world has profoundly changed since our conferences in Taipei and Denver last December. More than ever, we must step up together and embrace the power of diverse cooperation.

This October, the RxC community will safely gather in neighboring Warsaw, Poland, for a day of solidarity, inspiration, and co-creation.

Together in Warsaw, we will learn of pioneering digital democracy practices in Ukraine, Estonia, and across Eastern Europe. We will experience works of art as windows to connection, and examine European institutions through the frame of pluralistic governance. We will uplift the work of activists, social fabric weavers, and critical voices. We will consider European cases for community currencies, data cooperatives, decentralized identity systems, communication tools, and other pro-social digital infrastructures and civic technologies.

We invite you to join us at our conference “RadicalxChange Warsaw: Europe and The Futures of Pluralism” in Poland this fall, with the support of Wildland. The event will take place on Tuesday, the 18th of October 2022, at the Mała Warszawa conference center. This follows the weekend of the 2022 Freedom Games in Łódź, Poland, & Online (Oct 14-16) where RadicalxChange is a partner.

Why you should come

All are welcome to join, and we’ll be covering topics like:

  • Examining European institutions through the frame of pluralistic, decentralized governance models
  • Considering European cases for community currencies, data coops, DeID systems, SBTs, and other pro-social technologies
  • Paving the blockchain/web3 roads to increased user agency, interoperability, political participation, and funding the common good
  • Uplifting the work of activists, social fabric weavers, and critical voices
  • Experiencing works of art as windows to connection and means of change.


Our day will go from 10 AM to 6 PM CEST (UTC+2). Registration opens at 8:30 AM CEST (UTC+2).


A guide to Warsaw / lodging / travel

Freedom Games

RadicalxChange will also be participating in the Freedom Games 2022, October 14-16. See the Freedom Games website for more information about attending.

The event will be recorded

Please note that the event will be filmed and photographed. We will make photos and recordings of the event available online for all interested parties.

Event participants who do not want to be photographed or filmed should ask for a special sticker at the registration desk on-site. By placing the sticker on your name tag, you will notify our crew that you would prefer not to be included in the recordings.

COVID-19 on-site protocol

Polish law does not require event participants to show proof of vaccination or undergo a rapid test on-site. Masking is encouraged but not mandatory. If the epidemic situation and the legal requirements change we will notify all registered event participants about the new requirements prior to the event date.

More about RadicalxChange

RadicalxChange (RxC) is a global movement for next-generation political economies. It advances plurality, equality, community, and decentralization through upgrades of democracy, markets, the data economy, the commons, and identity. RxC connects people from all walks of life - ranging from social scientists and technologists to artists and activists. The movement is ever-evolving and always welcoming new people and ideas to make our social world more diverse, equal, and free.

More about Wildland

Wildland is a new, open protocol for data management spun out of the Golem Foundation. Wildland’s endgame is to redefine the way individuals manage their digital data. Its innovative data-centered approach is designed to provide an alternative to the currently dominant service-oriented model of delivering software to end users. This boils down to giving individuals explicit control over the choice of data storage infrastructure, therefore, guaranteeing data availability and accessibility while preserving users’ privacy and digital sovereignty. Learn more about this initiative here.