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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What does Sustainability mean?

On the 15th of April, Labgovers met Professor Luigi Corvo. They discussed together about the meaning of sustainability. What does sustainable mean? It is the ability that a process has of leaving to the next generation the same opportunities that the current generation enjoyed! And sustainability can can be threefold: we have social, economic and […]

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Narratives of Inclusion: Can Urban Commons Help us Live Together?

Cities are paradoxical spaces. On one hand, it is commonly known that, for instance, migration has been one of the most effective ways to increase the standard of living. In theory, when coming to the big cities, people are offered a surplus of opportunities to work, get educated, create a family and enjoy the lives they want. Therefore, […]

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LabGov in Turin to talk about Urban Visions

The theme of the 29th Salone Internazionale del Libro, which will take place from May 12th to May 16th,  is “Visions”. The protagonists of this book fair will be those who can look far and who can implement fairly impossible projects. Urban Center Metropolitano Torino have organized, during the fair, a meeting about Urban Visions. […]

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