Amsterdam University of Applied Sciences

Substantial communities: Multigenerational co-housing as a commoning practice?

U!REKA Urban Commons lecture #2

Lecture

‘Urban Commons’- what’s behind the buzzword? From local car-sharing to community gardens, neighbourhood assistance programmes and local currencies – civic initiatives, based on the principle of common ownership, are on the rise. So too are questions about this new form of governance: How are they organised? What’s the impact of urban commons on areas ranging from social life and culture, to mobility, elderly care, climate change and housing? How does this kind of cooperation foster the Sustainable Development Goals?

Join the U!R Commons lecture series to dive into this hot topic during interactive online lectures, hosted by the Urban Research and Education Knowledge Alliance (U!REKA).

19 April

Substantial communities: Multigenerational co-housing as a commoning practice?
Dr. David Scheller (Potsdam UAS)

View the full lecture programme (runs through June 2021).

REGISTRATION

These free lectures are open to all students and staff at U!REKA partner institutions as well as R&D stakeholders, private and public sector parties and anyone else who is interested in urban commons, co-creation and social innovation.

  • The sessions run from 15:00 – 16:30 pm (CET) on Zoom.
  • Please note that registration for the workshops is required.
  • You’ll receive a link to the Zoom session prior to the event.
Published by  Communication 24 March 2021

Date

Start date 19 Apr

Time

15:00 - 16:30