This report offers a framework with a set of concepts, hypotheses, and methods that help with understanding collective action and intelligence in emergent network social movements. In connection to the rise of network-movements and as a reflection of the exhaustion of the traditional forms of representative democracy, there have been a number of experiments and prototypes of new forms of democracy. D-CENT has produced theoretical analysis, data-analysis and data-visualization of the appropriation by the network movements of a broad array of digital platforms and technologies used for political action, which generated huge processes of collective, citizen self-organization.
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