The ‘commons’ refers to the shared or public ownership of goods, resources, services, and knowledge. Across the world, innovative “commons” ideas ranging from community land trusts to participatory budgeting to worker owned cooperatives are being used to address climate change and global inequality. This centre studies different theories for creating, managing, and promoting the “commons” – asking important questions how the commons can improve goods and services, be sustainably financed, and effectively marketed to populations and policy-makers.
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"The vision of the centre is to explore the theoretical and practical possibilities of how common ownership and organising based on values of cooperation, collaboration, and open knowledge sharing can foster more egalitarian, inclusive and participative 21st-century economies, communities, and organisations."