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July 2017

International Conference Lesvos, Greece. Making Space for Socio-Spatial and Socio-Ecological Justice in Research and Action strategies

July 2, 2017|8:00 am - July 6, 2017|5:00 pm
The aim of the Lesvos Conference is to provide a forum for sharing experiences, practices, critical reflections, methodological as well as empirical advancements on research for and about social ecological and socio-spatial justice. What tasks do social innovation and territorial development research have today and in the future? What role can the territorial commons play for greater socio spatial justice? What methodological and structural constraints and challenges exist for action research in social and social-ecological change strategies? These and other pressing questions will be the focus of what we hope becomes a stimulating gathering of academics, activists, policy makers, artists.
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IASC’s XVIth Biennial Conference in Utrecht, 10-14 July 2017. Practicing the Commons.

July 10, 2017|8:00 am - July 14, 2017|5:00 pm

The ‘Institutions for Collective Action’ research team of Utrecht University as well as the researchers affiliated with Utrecht University’s  Strategic Theme ‘Institutions for Open Societies’ are proud to jointly host the global XVI Biennial Conference, ‘Practicing the commons: Self-governance, cooperation, and institutional change’ of The International Association for the Study of the Commons (IASC) in the historical city centre of Utrecht, 10-14 July 2017. The conference is expected to attract over 600 participants from all over the world: academics, practitioners, and…

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December 2017

INDIGO Public lecture: MAKE IT COMMON. Differing and composing common spaces and common-places

December 14, 2017|6:00 pm - 8:00 pm

INDIGO Public lecture by Laurent Thévénot (EHESS) MAKE IT COMMON.  Differing and composing common spaces and common-places  The model of orders of worth analyses conventions of equivalence and evaluation which aim at public legitimacy, insofar as they are based on a characterization of the common good for humanity and are put to a reality test through action. This model does not address the good of a community, except through the utopian conception of a single-worth cité which extends to the…

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INDIGO Research Seminar: From the Théorie des Cités to the creation of Landed Commons

December 15, 2017|10:00 am - 4:00 pm

INDIGO Research Seminar: From the Théorie des Cités  to the creation of Landed Commons On the 15th of December 2017, the INDIGO-research-consortium organises  an International Research Seminar on the “Théorie des Cités” and how it can be applied in Action Research on the Concrete Landed Commons, with contributions by Laurent Thévenot (EHESS), Bruno Frère (Université de Liège), Antoinette Dumont (UCL),  Frank Moulaert, Pieter Van den Broeck, Sofia Saavedra Bruno (KULeuven, Planning & Development). We cordially invite you to the presentations and the methodological discussions on…

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November 2018

INDIGO Inspiration Day and booklaunch with OIKOS & Common Lab Antwerpen

November 13, 2018
Unnamed Venue Antwerp, Belgium + Google Map
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