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2017

16 August : Fearless Cities: the new urban movements

Red Pepper 
A wave of new municipalist movements has been experimenting with how to take – and transform – power in cities large and small. Bertie Russell and Oscar Reyes report on the growing success of radical urban politics around the world

22 July : What Municipalism and #FearlessCities could mean for New Zealand

  • Medium

21 July : Municipalism and the Feminization of Politics

ROAR Magazine 
Beside turning local institutions into mechanisms of self-governance, municipalism also has the potential to feminize politics in a way that action at the national level does not.

21 July : Cities Against the Wall

ROAR Magazine 
Two years into its governing mandate, how is Spain’s municipalist movement fighting back against the impositions of global capital?

21 July : The New Municipal Movements

  • ROAR Magazine

21 July : Radical Municipalism: The Future We Deserve

ROAR Magazine 
Only a global confederation of rebel cities can lead us out of the death-spiral of neoliberalism towards a new rational society that delivers on the promise of humankind.

10 July : How one European smart city is giving power back to its citizens

  • Alphr

10 July : A Just Future Starts at the Local Level

  • Pirate Times

4 July : What if cities led the fight against climate change? – An interview with Mark Watts

  • OuiShare

3 July : Are Barcelona’s ‘superblocks’ a radical challenge to the neoliberal city?

  • PoliticalCritique

27 June : How Madrid’s residents are using open-source urban planning to create shared spaces – and build democracy

  • The Conversation

26 June : Radical municipalism: demanding the future

  • OpenDemocracy

20 June : Building the networked city from the ground up with citizens – Interview with Francesca Bria

  • OuiShare

19 June : How Barcelona’s citizens will control the use of their data

  • GovInsider

15 June : Fearless Cities: A Dispatch from Barcelona

  • Urban Democracy Lab

14 June : Sanctuary and refuge cities

  • OpenDemocracy

12 June : How a Global Network of #FearlessCities is Making Racist Colonial Nation States Obsolete

  • Medium

7 June : From Citizen Platforms to Fearless Cities: Europe’s New Municipalism

  • PoliticalCritique

7 June : A new international municipalist movement is on the rise – from small victories to global alternatives

  • OpenDemocracy

25 May : Luigi de Magistris: “In Naples we are all illegal or no-one is”

  • PoliticalCritique

7 May : Community Capital in Action: New Financial Models for Resilient Cities

  • CooperativeCity

25 April : What Makes an Empty Building in Naples a “Common Good”?

  • PoliticalCritique

22 March : Random election, the G1000 and deliberation to change Madrid

  • OpenDemocracy

20 February : R&C04 – Remunicipalisation of energy systems – Part 2

  • Energycommonsblog

30 January : R&C04 - Remunicipalisation of energy systems – Part 1

  • Energycommonsblog

2016

21 December : This is how people power wins an election: the story of Ahora Madrid

  • CommonsTransition.org

20 December : Common space for exchange: cities in transition and citizen struggles

  • CommonsTransition.org

15 November : “Cities will be a powerful antidote to Donald Trump”: Social scientist Benjamin Barber on the emergence of a new urban radicalism

  • Quartz

4 October : Forget the nation-state: cities will transform the way we conduct foreign affairs

  • WeForum

24 September : Barcelona en Comú’s Guide to Urban Revolution Stresses Shared Priorities over Party Politics

  • P2PFoundation

9 September : Mayors from 70 global cities are gathering to try to solve the world’s problems

  • Quartz

2015

30 October : Cities, Inequality and the Common Good

  • Huffington Post

14 July : The Commons Have Come to Town

  • Commons Transition

9 June : 6 Lessons for the U.S. from Spain’s Democratic Revolution

  • Commons Transition

1 June : From 'Smart City' to 'collective intelligence': radical change in Barcelona

  • SmartCitiesDive

27 May : Beyond Ada Colau: the common people of Barcelona en Comú

  • OpenDemocracy.net

27 May : Towards a new municipal agenda in Spain

  • Commons Transition

4 March : Barcelona en Comú: the city as horizon for radical democracy

  • ROAR Magazine