International Commons Conference 2010

International Commons Conference 2010

The multidisciplinary international conference took place in November 2010 and brought together about 150 leading figures in commons-based studies and activism. The participants shared their understandings of the commons, explored the range of commons-based policy and social approaches that now exist and forged a new network of commoners. The gathering also served to incubate entirely new ideas and strategies that the participants brought to the conference, including new communication strategies, prototype commons, funding models and research needs. Here you find texts and interviews documenting the event.

Texts and Papers

Constructing a Commons-Based Policy Platform - Introduction and Objectives

- October 27, 2010 - The International Commons Conference will bring together about 150 leading figures in commons-based studies and activism for a multidisciplinary, international conference. The general objective is to emerge at the end of the conference with a set of principles and long-term goals that can foster the planning and development of commons based organisations and policy as well as their networking capacity.  more»

International Commons Conference 2010: Keynotes and Discussions

ICC 2010: Speed Project Presentations

ICC 2010: Interviews

ICC 2010: Interviews II

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