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New section focuses on urban commons developments, including policy and political aspects.
 
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=Introduction=
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==[[Five Basic Design Principles for the Urban Commons]]==
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Christian Iaione and Sheila Foster:
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"We have distilled five key design principles for the urban commons:
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* Principle 1: Collective governance refers to the presence of a multi-stakeholder governance scheme whereby the community emerges as an actor and partners up with at least three different urban actors
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* Principle 2: Enabling State expresses the role of the State in facilitating the creation of urban commons and supporting collective action arrangements for the management and sustainability of the urban commons.
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* Principle 3: Social and Economic Pooling refers to the presence of different forms of resource pooling and cooperation between five possible actors in the urban environment
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* Principle 4: Experimentalism is the presence of an adaptive and iterative approach to designing the legal processes and institutions that govern urban commons.
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* Principle 5: Tech Justice highlights access to technology, the presence of digital infrastructure, and open data protocols as an enabling driver of collaboration and the creation of urban commons."
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(https://www.thenatureofcities.com/2017/08/20/ostrom-city-design-principles-urban-commons/)
  
 
=Key Resources=
 
=Key Resources=
  
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==Key Articles==
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* Two articles by Jonathan Metzger, on including the non-human in our vision of the urban commons: 1) [[Rethinking the Urban Commons Beyond the Human vs Non-Human Divide]]‎ ; 2) [[Enacting the Relational Complexities of More-Than-Human Urban Commoners‎‎]]
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* The commonsbrochure of the city of Amsterdam: http://heeldeaarde.net/magazine/
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==Key Books==
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* [[Common Space]]. '''The City as Commons.''' STAVROS STAVRIDES. University of Chicagro / Zed Books, 2016 [http://press.uchicago.edu/ucp/books/book/distributed/C/bo23360613.html]
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* Mary Dellenbaugh-Losse. '''The [[Urban Commons Cookbook]]''': " A handbook for those interested in starting and growing community-led projects which highlights eight projects from Europe, South America, and the United Kingdom". [http://urbancommonscookbook.com/]
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* Book: Urban Commons: Moving Beyond State and Market. Ed. by Mary Dellenbaugh, Markus Kip et al. Bauwelt Fundamente, 2015; see: [[Moving the Urban Commons Beyond State and Market]]
  
 
==Key People==
 
==Key People==
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Commons-friendly mayors:
 
Commons-friendly mayors:
  
#[[Luigi de Magistris‎]]: the mayor of Naples  
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#Renato Accorinti, mayor of the Sicilian city of Messina, Italy
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#[[Ada Colau]], the mayor of Barcelona, Catalonia, Spain
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#[[Luigi de Magistris‎]]: the mayor of Naples, Italy
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#[[Eric Piolle‎‎]]: the mayor of Grenoble, France
 
#[[Jorge Sharp]]:‎ the Mayor of Valparaíso (Chile)
 
#[[Jorge Sharp]]:‎ the Mayor of Valparaíso (Chile)
#[[Eric Piolle‎‎]]: the mayor of Grenoble, France
 
  
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Researchers:
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* Nele Aernout (VUB)Differentiated Forms of Commoning in a Rental Cooperative, http://urbanstudies.brussels/people/nele-aernouts
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* Line Algoed (VUB): Re-Commoning Land in Informal Settlements as Strategies Against Dispossessions, http://www.cosmopolis.be/people/line-algoed
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* Alessandra Manganelli (VUB): Food Commoning in Practice. Investigating the Hybrid Governance of Local Food Networks in Brussels, http://www.cosmopolis.be/people/alessandra-manganelli
  
 
==Key Videos==
 
==Key Videos==
  
 
* [[Christian Iaone on the Urban Commons Charters in Italy]]
 
* [[Christian Iaone on the Urban Commons Charters in Italy]]
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[[Category:Commons]]

Latest revision as of 11:13, 7 September 2020

New section focuses on urban commons developments, including policy and political aspects.


Introduction

Five Basic Design Principles for the Urban Commons

Christian Iaione and Sheila Foster:

"We have distilled five key design principles for the urban commons:

  • Principle 1: Collective governance refers to the presence of a multi-stakeholder governance scheme whereby the community emerges as an actor and partners up with at least three different urban actors
  • Principle 2: Enabling State expresses the role of the State in facilitating the creation of urban commons and supporting collective action arrangements for the management and sustainability of the urban commons.
  • Principle 3: Social and Economic Pooling refers to the presence of different forms of resource pooling and cooperation between five possible actors in the urban environment
  • Principle 4: Experimentalism is the presence of an adaptive and iterative approach to designing the legal processes and institutions that govern urban commons.
  • Principle 5: Tech Justice highlights access to technology, the presence of digital infrastructure, and open data protocols as an enabling driver of collaboration and the creation of urban commons."

(https://www.thenatureofcities.com/2017/08/20/ostrom-city-design-principles-urban-commons/)

Key Resources

Key Articles

Key Books

  • Common Space. The City as Commons. STAVROS STAVRIDES. University of Chicagro / Zed Books, 2016 [1]
  • Mary Dellenbaugh-Losse. The Urban Commons Cookbook: " A handbook for those interested in starting and growing community-led projects which highlights eight projects from Europe, South America, and the United Kingdom". [2]

Key People

Commons-friendly mayors:

  1. Renato Accorinti, mayor of the Sicilian city of Messina, Italy
  2. Ada Colau, the mayor of Barcelona, Catalonia, Spain
  3. Luigi de Magistris‎: the mayor of Naples, Italy
  4. Eric Piolle‎‎: the mayor of Grenoble, France
  5. Jorge Sharp:‎ the Mayor of Valparaíso (Chile)


Researchers:

Key Videos

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