Difference between revisions of "Procomuns statement and policies for Commons Collaborative Economies at European Level"

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|Description=This document was created in Barcelona, but is used for the European Union community. It serves as a proposal to help countries and cities across Europe develop commons-based initiatives in dealing with democratic issues and citizens' rights for certain commons-based resources. It was written in 2016 and is still operational today.
 
|Description=This document was created in Barcelona, but is used for the European Union community. It serves as a proposal to help countries and cities across Europe develop commons-based initiatives in dealing with democratic issues and citizens' rights for certain commons-based resources. It was written in 2016 and is still operational today.
 
|Action=Barcelona en Comú,
 
|Action=Barcelona en Comú,
|Langue du contenu=Autre
 
 
|Pays=Espagne
 
|Pays=Espagne
|Fait partie de=Barcelone en commun, Atlas des chartes des communs urbains,
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|Fait partie de=Barcelone en commun, Outils juridiques et légaux pour les communs
 
|Producteur=Procomuns Barcelona,
 
|Producteur=Procomuns Barcelona,
 
|URL bandeau=Fichier:Procomuns Statement and Policies for Commons Collaborative Economies at European Level %28Barcelona%29.pdf{{!}}Page=1
 
|URL bandeau=Fichier:Procomuns Statement and Policies for Commons Collaborative Economies at European Level %28Barcelona%29.pdf{{!}}Page=1
 
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Latest revision as of 22:09, 13 August 2019


Action(s) : Barcelona en Comú 

This document was created in Barcelona, but is used for the European Union community. It serves as a proposal to help countries and cities across Europe develop commons-based initiatives in dealing with democratic issues and citizens' rights for certain commons-based resources. It was written in 2016 and is still operational today.


This document was created in Barcelona, buThis document was created in Barcelona, but is used for the European Union community. It serves as a proposal to help countries and cities across Europe develop commons-based initiatives in dealing with democratic issues and citizens' rights for certain commons-based resources. It was written in 2016 and is still operational today.en in 2016 and is still operational today. +
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