In a context of urgency due to Climate Change, C4R aims to strengthen the action of a wide range of actors (citizens, professionals of the creative and cultural sector, public administrations, local associations) working on environmental and urban resilience issues.
The C4R project aims to foster resilient and inclusive European societies by developing participatory cultural practices of resilience and ensuring social transversality.
The Atelier d'Architecture Autogérée, AAA, is a research and action platform that explores and develops spatial tactics and strategies with a strong ecological, social and political dimension at the level of the everyday.
Tranzit appears as a unique network of civic associations working independently in the field of contemporary art in Austria, the Czech Republic, Hungary, Slovakia and Romania and across the borders of a wider Europe.
NetHood (networks over the neighbourhood) is about bridging the digital with the physical space; sharing ideas and experiences; affirming differences; claiming our right to the hybrid city; co-creating local solutions for local needs.
Remix the commons is an open and intercultural collective for sharing, co-creating and remixing documents and projects and initiatives of commoning.
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.
We organize workshops of digital self-defense and hacker pedagogy, convivial informatics for girls, boys, children, affinity groups, geeks and for all those who are curious.