Emission de radio Communs urbains - l'Atlas

De Remix Biens Communs

Description à venir

Action(s) : Diffusion  

Statut du projet
En cours
Porteur.s de projet
Remix the commons, RAPTZ
Remix the commons
GUTTMANN Alexandre, SULTAN Frédéric, MILIA-DARMEZIN Christian, MAYE Justine, PETIOTE Pierre
Temps bénévole

Sur les ondes

L'émission de radio Communs urbains, l'Atlas ! présentée par Remix the commons et réalisée en partenariat avec RAPTZ.COM est présentée sous forme de collection : Communs urbains - l'Atlas (radio)

Communs urbains, l’atlas ! est une plongée au cœur des actions de solidarité racontées par des militants des communs urbains. Ils ou elles racontent les histoires singulières de leurs engagements pour un partage plus juste de l’eau, pour le développement de l’agriculture urbaine, pour une alimentation plus saine et respectueuse de l’environnement, ou encore l’une des nombreuses autres manières d’habiter ensemble. Communs urbains, l’atlas ! vous invite à décrypter ces initiatives pour en comprendre les mécanismes de gouvernance et les ressorts de mobilisations, bref, toucher du doigt la démocratie telle qu’elle se pratique au sein de nos communautés. Communs urbains, l’atlas ! est née de la rencontre des membres de Remix the Commons avec l’équipe de la RapTz autour du désir de raconter des histoires de solidarité et de partager la culture des communs.

The Atlas of Urban Commons, We tell stories of solidarity! The Atlas of Urban Commons! Dives right into the heart of solidarity actions told by activists of urban commons. These activitsts tell stories of their commitments to more equitable water distribution, development of urban agriculture, a healthier and more environmentally friendly diet, and finding several ways in which a diverse array of inhabitants can live together. The Atlas of Urban Commons! invites you to decipher these initiatives in order to understand the mechanisms of governance and the forces of mobilization. In other words, it encourages you to more deeply understand democracy as practiced in our communities. The Atlas of Urban Commons! was born during an encounter involving members of Remix the commons and the team of the RapTz with a desire to tell stories of solidarity and share the culture of the commons.

Commonning and solidarity

“Communs Urbains, l’Atlas!” is a series of radio podcasts highlighting and reviewing different cases of commons in Europe. The major goal of this project is to diffuse criteria in the form of easily redistributed and accessible podcasts where commoners come together to discuss the legal tools used to emancipate the urban commons. In such cases, we define commoners as either local activists/participants of the commons space itself or commons-experts who are involved in the implementation of commons in cities. The radio podcasts themselves are based on a series of discussions on the implemented tactics of what we call “commoning”. In the hosted discussions, we invite different commoners to help us identify how such tactics have been used to bring several commons projects into fruition in different local contexts. These discussions contain rich analyses on how ‘commoning’ works in different cases, and what commoners do to co-produce, preserve, and maintain their commons.

In addition, these radio podcasts will give the commoners an ability to learn from each other about what tactics we’re used to achieve their goals. This project will therefore allow the sharing of each of these experiences, contributing to the global commons movement. Each podcast is not only a source of information, but the basis of a forum of discussions on how various stakeholders of urban commons can work together to create governance innovation and help improve the creation of urban commons. Our podcasts should be seen as a collaborative effort to pinpoint relevant legal tools of commons. The podcasts will highlight how we can use and interpret these tools effectively. The varied expertise of participating commoners will give us greater precision to identify and discuss such forms of collaboration, coproduction, and self governance schemes that make urban commons effective in each local context. This will allow us to understand the complexity and the richness of urban commons and the significance of the commons movement arising from this project.

In other words, the objective of this project is to produce content and knowledge stemming from the experience of these commoners. The podcasts will be a space in which commoners can express their feelings and expertise, making these podcasts forward-thinking and collaborative. We hope you enjoy these podcasts are they are made available in the audio links just below.