+ KEY NOTE SPEECHES
+ PRESENTATIONS + MASTER CLASSES
+ PANELS AND ROUNDTABLES
+ NATURAL + GLOBAL + URBAN
+ SHARING ECONOMY + VIRTUAL
+ SECURITY + KNOWLEDGE + MEMORY
We invite PhD candidates to present their commons-related research at this conference. Please send a one page abstract of your research before October 21, 2017
We invite activists, practitioners and policy makers to participate in this conference. Please send us your affiliation, a brief summary of your work experience and why you are interested in the commons to the email address below before October 21, 2017
We invite SCHOLARS to present their commons-research research at this conference. Please send an abstract of 250 words, your affiliation and the topic of your commons-research to the email address below before October 21, 2017
THE COMMONS HAS BECOME A KEY CONCEPT TO STUDY SOCIAL, ENVIRONMENTAL,
POLITICAL AND CULTURAL CHANGE. DESPITE GROWING INTEREST IN A RANGE OF
ACADEMIC FIELDS AND AMONG DIFFERENT STAKEHOLDERS, COMMONS PERSPECTIVES
TO LATIN AMERICA ARE STILL FRAGMENTED. IN THIS CO-LAB SCHOLARS AND STUDENTS
FROM DIFFERENT DISCIPLINES, PRACTITIONERS, ACTIVISTS AND POLICY MAKERS WILL
DEBATE ON THE LATIN AMERICAN COMMONS.
THIS CO-LAB AIMS AT UNPACKING PLURAL PERSPECTIVES OF THE COMMONS IN THE REGION AND EXPLORING WAYS TO CREATE A DIALOGUE ACROSS DIFFERENT FIELDS. THERE WILL BE PLENTY OF ROOM FOR DISCUSSION AND KNOWLEDGE EXCHANGE.
We invite PhD candidates to present their commons-related research at this conference. Please send a one page abstract of your research to this email address before October 21, 2017. There are a limited number of travel grants of up to €500,- available for candidates from outside the Netherlands.