The FSMET Commons Movement (local confluence of Barcelona) will meet on Tuesday, February 25, at 4pm, in the new FemProcomuns Space, with the presence of Giuseppe Micciarelli, researcher in political philosophy and law philosophy at the University of Salerno, expert in ’emerging commons’, winner of the Elinor Ostrom 2019 award and very involved in the Ex Asilo Filangieri in Naples.
When: Tuesday, February 25, from 4pm to 6pm
Where: Passage Madoz, 6 – 2on 2a (next to Plaza Real)
Language: Italian and Spanish
The agenda is under construction: https://pad.femprocomuns.cat/fsmcomuns250220 but the session will be structured like this:
16:00 – 16:30 Introduction by Giuseppe Micciarell- The Commons in Italy (a perspective from Naples, the role of social movements and the case of Ex Asilo Filangieri, …)
16:30 – 18:00 Practical talk (60 minutes) about the process at CommonsCamp / FSMET (Marseille, Naples, Barcelona).
The CommonsCamp experience in Marseille (contents, documentation and languages) and the Commons Movement at FSMET 2020 (Barcelona).
The Commons Camp is a series of co-learning and community gatherings, open to anyone and everyone. From January 17 to January 19 this year we met in Marseille, about 150 people from all over the world, to get to know each other’s practices and deepen the commons in three main areas of work: documentation (how to create the commons story), legal tools (and how to share learning between areas of law and jurisdiction) and the challenges of co-building with public authorities (public policies and self-management) and we also talked about urban and technological commons, work, governance, care, housing, rights to use, spaces occupied or self-managed, the language, words and games of the commons The most important thing, however, was to know the communal initiatives in Marseille , such as that of the Place Louise Michel à Besunce, the Plaine Jean-Jaurès and the factory 8 Pillards and being cooperative witnesses of the Assembly of Lieux Intermédiaires et Indépendants marseillais.The assembly is a first step to share visions and practices related to the management of urban spaces, the model of society, the place of civil society in decisions, the role of creation, creativity …