The Minimum Income, Common Goods and Democracy forum was held in an occupied theatre in Rome and set out to begin articulating an alternative vision of Europe based around an idea of the commons. The agenda is closely tied to the Commons Sense campaign, but includes a wide network of organisers and participants including newspapers, academics, NGOs, and even the Municipality of Naples.
|over forty organisations, networks and social movements from eight European countries||met in the Valle Theatre in Rome||to coordinate a campaign||around the idea of an alternative European model based on the commons||for European citizens||arguing that European political responses to the crisis, and to globalisation generally, represent transfers of resources from the public to the private sphere|
- Democracy, defense of
- Development models
- EU policy response, criticism of
- Minimum income
- The common(s)