The gE.CO Living Lab for enabling generative commons initiatives around Europe has put up a suite of software (gE.CO tools) that your community can use to tackle everyday tasks.
In partnership with Cooperative City magazine on collaborative urban practices, we had a public webinar on 24th April 2020 focusing on how urban commons are an opportunity to ensure social cohesion in the face of the upcoming economic and social crisis.
Spazi Indecisi began to work on the construction of the Widespread Museum of Generative Commons starting from one of its projects: IN LOCO, the Widespread Museum of Abandoned Buildings. IN LOCO collects, preserves, interprets, exhibits and enhances the understanding of abandoned places and it’s capable of triggering processes of active reading, participation and, finally, of […]
gE.CO communication wp leader Daniela Patti discusses utilizing story telling techniques to reach target audiences.
gE.CO project coordinator Alessandra Quarta discusses the project and it’s future.
In recent years, communities and cities all over Europe are carrying out policies and practices which set forth innovative solutions to urban issues, such as large-scale urbanization processes, decrease of urban public spaces, social and economic inequalities, pollution and the need of a sustainable urban planning. A growing number of civic and social movements, often […]
Patrizia di Monte presented the potential benefits of joining the gE.CO collaborative process to the members of the Arquitecturas Colectivas during the annual meeting. Learning about commons regulations, as agreements between communities and the public administrations, as well as digital platforms to support collective decision making, were amongst the topics discussed.