While European politicians are wantonly destroying the advances made over the past seventy years of humanist progress, something else is happening in the neighbourhoods of Europe. Something that has no leader, but possesses an unstoppable direction. Ludvig Duregård reports on IdeaCamp2017.
During the Culture and Development seminars in 2012–2016, we analysed dozens of cultural projects, in regard to their capacity to impact socio-economic growth.
What does it mean to make common a city? How can we shape our society ourselves to make it better? Which could be the best process for a democracy to become more democratic? Andrea Echeverria chronicles one day of #IdeaCamp17 “Moving Communities”.
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Idea Camp will bring together thinkers and professionals from fields as diverse as culture and the arts, architecture, anthropology, social activism and the media.
From 4 to 6 November 2016, ‘Mobilizing for the Commons’ – the 27th European Meeting of Cultural Journals took place in Gdańsk. Connected Action for the Commons was there and brought some friends.