From October 20th to 22th Paris is hosting the 3rd IASC Conference on knowledge commons. The Conference is co-organized by the INCLUSIVE team at Sciences Po Paris and the International Association for the Study of the Commons.
After the successful editions held in 2012 and 2014, this third conference will aim to look at the normative effects and institutionalization of the many initiatives based on knowledge commons and how commons provide new legal tools, public policy choices, and forms of social, economic and governance innovations.
The conference is divided into 6 tracks:
- Track 1: Commons Policies and international law
- Track 2: Commons as a new concept in intellectual property
- Track 3: Indigenous and local communities’ knowledge and social practices
- Track 4: Commons in knowledge production and dissemination
- Track 5: Scientific research as a commons
- Track 6: Knowledge commons and the city
LabGov will attend the conference with its co-founder Christian Iaione, who will be presenting a paper about “The urban commons as infrastructure to produce urban knowledge as a commons” (co-written with Elena De Nictolis) during Track 6.
Have a look at the complete program on the official website: http://knowledgecommons.paris/