Civil action as a transformative tool capable to convey cultural dissent into the political sphere aims at social change moving towards a more just and equal common environment by addressing those who are responsible (governors, politicians or administrators) to implement those rights or fulfill their obligations when those are disregarded.
The elaboration of a Art for UBI Manifesto aims to mobilize the art world in favor of Universal and Unconditional Basic Income as a tool for social transformation and social equality highlighting values, needs and desires opposing the present inequalities generated by neoliberalism and the ecological unsustainability of capitalism.
The goal of Future Feminism is to make people think and talk about the future of feminism and planet earth, and how by using equality and inclusive feminist thinking as a guiding ideal we can better take care of our world and each other.
As a holistic approach to diversity in cultural leadership, New Visions goal is: “... cultural institutions changing to model micro societies of care and empathy and inclusive leadership. Patriarchal white supremacy of leadership has been normalised, part of our goal is to deconstruct and denormalize it, and then normalise leadership that is based on care and love. To make it normal that people care for one another.”
An experiment in “institutional creativity” to promote participation and develop administrative know-how on emerging commons, civic use and popular control. It involves activists as experts in a democratic body capable of implementing a process requiring constant administrative commitment, which cannot be delegated to the traditional systems of the PA.
Civic and Collective Use declines propriety as a non-exclusive right. The “ecodomy” of the common aims at building the common space of relationships and assets functional to the full development of the person in its ecological context, opposing the dominant neoliberalism tendency to isolate individuals in competition with each other.
To disrupt the dichotomy private/public by allowing agency (inextricable from the commons) to art, activism and research through the creation of a network of networks of shared knowledge and relationships sustained over time to generate critical ideas, actions and new forms of institutionality capable of permanent commitment, questioning and negotiation.
Remixthecommons develops tools for acting, thinking, transmitting and organising together, and contributes to the development of a political agenda for the commons’ movement in the french-speaking and European contexts. It contributes to the emergence of a shared narrative and project on the commons and their role as an alternative to the neo-liberal capitalism.
CommonCoin is a tool for economic empowerment and an ongoing experiment on alternative economies. The aim is to co-design a social wallet digital system to forster the cooperation within the members of the community, by sharing means of production, socialising the common profit, supporting each members’ weakness and losses.
Provide a framework of analysis of open or commons models to identify why and how a project can become sustainable. The framework became a guide for the Transition Programmes and sessions to support projects with the intention to evolve from a market economy or a solidarity economy towards a commons’ economy.