The new book by Hans Widmer (aka P.M., author of bolo'bolo) is now published. "Auf den Boden kommen"...
Created thanks to several workshops gathering users, associations, and local representatives at R-Ur...
What enables a community to operate with minimal reliance on money? The Rojava Film Commune works for the production, distribution, and reception of films depicting and documenting the stateless society of Rojava, Kurdish and Arab culture, and the region’s continuing military and ideological struggles.
What shape can the infrastructure for the solidarity economy take? The Open Collective is working to build legal, financial, and technical tools which are open source and transparent – enabling connections between financial institutions, cooperatives, mutual aid groups and non-profit organizations.
How can artists organize against the increasing inequality amplified by the pandemic conditions globally? Art for Universal Basic Income – a campaign initiated by artists – is converging energies with movements across the world challenging the market’s current modes of exploitation.
The Never-ending story of commoning a farmhouse in the lost farmlands. Looking back at Erfgoed (Agricultural Heritage and Land Use).
Resilient practices in the Romanian countryside
Here is a method for valuing the multidimensional aspects of urban commons.
MaziZone is a hybrid space, whose digital infrastructure is located inside the corresponding physical location, owned and managed by those involved.
C.I.R.C.E. develops an educative model to criticize what we call “Technologies of Domination”. Our approach is based on experiential learning to reflect on relationships with digital tools, especially the mass digital tools that people use as “natural” part of life.
L200 is a collective space in a very central and visible locations in the city of Zurich, with an area of 75 sqm that may be flexibly organized for various uses throughout the day.