What Barcelona's Social and Solidarity Economy Can Tell Us About Building Equitable Cities bit.ly/2Koc9Mn

Putting people back into the economy: Urban restructuring and emerging alternatives in time of crisis bit.ly/339bruV

Putting people back into the economy: Urban restructuring and emerging alternatives in time of crisis bit.ly/2KpxViJ

Beyond Participant Observation: Collaborative Ethnography as Theoretical Innovation bit.ly/2Z4nFTa

Irish legislation due to come into effect today but is it fit to the task? The question asked in a new report from the @IrishHousingNet@twitter.com and @InsideAirbnb@twitter.com .

irishhousingnetwork.org/report

La innovación social, ¿prácticas para producir autonomía, empoderamiento y nueva institucionalidad? bit.ly/2N7B1N6

Empty spaces what are we living for
Abandoned places I guess we know the score
On and on does anybody know what we are looking for
Another hero another mindless crime
Behind the curtain in the pantomime
Hold the line does anybody want to take it anymore

Grew up listening to Rage Against the Machine this cover of Wake Up is savage youtu.be/0JrlKcoD1Qw

» Catalunya en Comú: Building a country in common(s) - Remix the commons bit.ly/2Df0f4E

Commons Against and Beyond Capitalism by Silvia Federici and George Caffentzis - sduk.us/money/sg_commons_again

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