We discuss how tactical urbanism, notably street-level experiments can lead to systemic sustainable transition at the city-level.
The first episode of the webinar series Cooperative Urban Futures discusses cooperation at city level for various stakeholders in building a local ecosystem.
How to make digital interaction more engaging and fun? We explore the use of digital games to experience and design your city.
The discussion of the second Open Heritage Dialogue “Sharing and Caring: Partnerships for Adaptive Heritage Reuse”.
How can city administrations promote the use of urban commons and community spaces through regulations and incentives? In partnership with gE.CO.
We share creative placemaking projects and tools that are weather and pandemic proof, creating better places in spite of challenges.
How to develop solutions for vacant spaces and buildings and deal with new challenges in times of the pandemic? In partnership with AGORA Interreg Danube.
In the first episode of the Cooperative City Dialogues we discuss how our social economy manifesto ambitions can become reality.
For our last episode, we invited guests working with the EU, to understand how a social economy policy in Europe can be shaped.
What are the challenges that vulnerable citizens are facing, which of these have been amplified by the crisis, and which of these are new?
What kinds of financial support and solidarity structures are needed to help community-led development projects flourish?
How will public spaces in the post COVID-19 phase be adapting between public/community and private/commercial use and interest?
What are the challenges of sustainable mobility in European cities? What are the innovative methods to promote mobility in European cities?
How does the Curing the Limbo project supports education, active citizenship, employment and housing to help the integration of refugees.
What are the challenges and opportunities we are seeing by this very swift digital shift we are living through?
In our 1st May episode, we discussed how labour can ensure social cohesion in the face of the upcoming economic crisis?
How can urban commons strengthen communities and help face the upcoming social and economic challenges? Produced in cooperation with the gE.Co project.
How is tourism being affected by this crisis, at the same time how can this be an opportunity to rethink the sector, giving opportunities to local and sustainable development.
How are community centres reacting to the COVID-19 emergency? What challenges are they facing and what unique solutions have they developed in response to the current crisis.
How can we help the creative community and how can we make sure that we learn something from this experience when the emergency is over and make the most of it?
Dialogue on how the food production and distribution system is being affected by the COVID-19 crisis, looking into emerging practices and solutions.
On 20 March 2020 we had our first episode of Cooperative City in Quarantine with experts on community development discussing what are the solutions communities are developing.