Re-energizing the City: A comparative analysis of urban commons initiatives

Ferguson, J. (Organiser)

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Description

The aim of this workshop is to compare and discuss how local initiatives have regained ownership of a consumption space through innovative commoning interventions. The workshop is loosely connected to a broader Urban Management conference on ‘Participation Fatigue’, whereby we specifically seek to understand how local initiatives have avoided or overcome participation fatigue in their efforts to re-energize urban consumption spaces and find a new balance in their usage. Three central questions will guide workshop conversations: 1. What was the origin of stagnation in possible earlier commoning processes that led to an imbalance in ownership? 2. Which intervening processes or events contributed to re-energizing the group of stakeholders in the local situation? 3. What lessons are transferable to other cases that struggle with similar stagnations?
Period3 Oct 2019
Event typeWorkshop
LocationAmsterdam, Netherlands
Degree of RecognitionInternational