New tools to be released soon

The excitement of the Generative Commons Living Lab partners were there for all to see as they discussed the new tools to be revealed later on this year. Currently being compiled, the new set of tools will be released under the following headings: The Temporary Reuse Toolkit The T.U.T. will facilitate, both to Public Administrations […]

gE.CO partner meeting takes place

With the International Conference of Urban Commons taking place,gE.CO Living Lab partners descended upon Turin to attend the event and share the most recent developments in regards to the new tools being developed. Meeting onsite at the university of Torino campus, project partners discussed the latest deliverables, and organized a timeline that will see the […]

The International Conference of Urban Commons a great success

Co-organized by the Generative Commons project and the Law department of the University of Turin, the conference of Urban Commons provided an extensive glimpse into the challenges facing commons as well as the tools at the disposal of initiatives and citizen movements. Research and papers from around the world were presented in what can be […]

The International Conference of Urban Commons

Co-organized by the Generative Commons project and the Law department of the University of Turin, the conference of Urban Commons provided an extensive glimpse into the challenges facing commons as well as the tools at the disposal of initiatives and citizen movements. Research and papers from around the world were presented in what can be […]

gE.CO survey results presented

https://generative-commons.eu/wp-content/uploads/2021/01/Bubbly-New-Year-Greeting-Facebook-Post.mp4 The live broadcast on January 19th played host to special guests from urban commons initiatives from across Europe. Their experiences with the survey and their opinions on how to support urban commons initiatives were some of the main issues discussed. Of particular interest was a presentation by Bru Laín Escandell and Antonio Vercellone on […]

The rise of Urban Commons in Europe

Article by Alessandra Quarta and Antonio Verecellone The phenomenon of urban commons in Europe continues to be explored, developed and supported. Whether it by the research conducted by gE.CO Living Lab, the tools we’re in the process of creating, or policies and regulations supporting  commons initiatives, the issue continues to gain traction, especially in Europe. […]

Live webinar

Live broadcast We’re excited to announce our upcoming live broadcast! The lively discussion will not only reveal the results of the latest and most comprehensive survey on Urban Commons in Europe, but also host a comprehensive discussion. https://generative-commons.eu/wp-content/uploads/2021/01/Bubbly-New-Year-Greeting-Facebook-Post.mp4 The broadcast will host special guests from urban commons initiatives from across Europe, as we discuss their […]

Survey results

So far, gE.CO has mapped the experiences of more than 200 communities and implemented local public policies that promote the generative commons. A pilot group of 56 cases (spread throughout 15 countries and 43 cities) were included in the survey, the results of which will be very helpful in better understanding the phenomenon on a […]

Call for papers

gE.CO call for papers for International Conference As a part of the Horizon 2020 gE.CO Living Lab project, the University of Turin is launching a multidisciplinary call for papers on the main aspects and implications of the urban commons phenomena in Europe.   Selected candidates will take part in the International Conference of Urban Commons […]

gE.CO webinar on developing urban commons

In partnership with Cooperative City magazine on collaborative urban practices, we had a public webinar on October 28, 2020 – focusing  on how policy can tackle challenges and find solutions for developing urban commons in these uncertain times. The term Urban Commons refers to all spaces, services and resources directly managed by local communities for their […]