LabGov in Croatia: “4th Conference on Good Economy” and “Good City for All” Seminar

There is one kind of economy which is good: it is the economy which supports the quality of life of the whole community, creates the abundance of possibilities and opportunities needed to satisfy our needs without hurting others, embraces responsibility and nourishes solidarity. It is the economy which uses and shares the resources fairly, which […]

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Innovative City Development meeting in Madrid

In the framework of the Idea Camp 2017, the City of Madrid, the European Cultural Foundation and the Connected Action for the Commons are organizing the Innovative City Development meeting with municipal and city officials who are working in a progressive approach on cultural and urban related issues, using participatory methods. On March 2nd and 3rd […]

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Friday, March 10th, a workshop with Sheila Foster and Maria Rosaria Marella!

On Friday, March 10th, LabGov EDU 2016/2017 will host in its workshop two experts of commons at an international level: professor Sheila Foster, co-director of the Fordham Urban Law Center and co-founder of LabGov, and Maria Rosaria Marella, professor of private law at Perugia University. Professor Foster will focus on “The City as a Commons”, […]

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Bologna as a Laboratory for Urban Commons? – Urban Change Talk, Berlin

When looking for examples of innovative experiments in urban governance and collaborative practices, many observers are turning to the city of Bologna and to its experience with the Regulation on public collaboration between citizens and the city for the care and regeneration of urban commons and with the legislation “Collaborare è Bologna”. In the last years […]

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Third Session of Co-working

On Friday 11th November 2016, labgovers met Professor Paola Santoro during the third session of co-working. The session started with the report concerning the on-the-spot- investigations made by the students on the 8th and 10th of November at the archaeological park of Centocelle and its surroundings. Their impressions and considerations were different, but the students […]

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Who owns the city? We own the city! How commons makes cities more inclusive, righteous and democratic

Needless to say, the city is a system, which is in a continuous progress or – as David Harvey, Distinguished Professor of Anthropology and Geography would say – in a ‘process of becoming’. The city is a complex and incomplete event, a space and a condition at the same time, and that is why a […]

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3RD IASC CONFERENCE ON KNOWLEDGE COMMONS – PARIS OCT 2016

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 […]

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