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Can Municipalism Change Institutions?
The Municipalist School was set up with the aim of creating a space for self-training and knowledge exchange based on different experiences of municipalism throughout Europe.
The first session of the Municipalist School is: Can municipalism change the institutions?
This debate will be moderated by Brais García, from Marea Atlántica (La Coruña, Spain) with the following speakers:
Maria Francesca De Tullio, from L’Asilo of Naples (Italy) and part of the 'Emerging Urban Commons Network'. She will speak about the politics of the commons in the municipal context and outside, specifically focusing on the space L’Asilo within the municipal framework of Naples, and their work for building a national and international network of the commons.
Mark Langdon, from SANE (Glasgow, Scotland) will focus on the recent SANE’s action: 'The People’s Plan for Glasgow'.
Bruno Cristofoli, from La Belle Démocratie (France). His intervention will focus on the new culture of work between representatives and residents. In his experience in St. Medard en Jalles, Bruno promoted a participatory process towards the municipal elections and when elected, opened a discussion for rethinking internal governance of the collective, of the municipal administration, as well as of the municipal organization.
Speakers Maria Francesca De Tullio, from L’Asilo of Naples (Italy); Mark Langdon, from SANE (Glasgow, Scotland); Bruno Cristofoli, from La Belle Démocratie (France).
Moderator Brais García, from Marea Atlántica (La Coruña, Spain) Tech person EMN
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