Practical tools for managing shared resources
Bristol School of Commoning
St Pauls Adventure Playground Hall, Fern St, BS2 9LN
This course is for anyone who is working together with others in your community, whether you are running a community centre, sharing tools, or providing care, food distribution or other activities.
Bristol School of Commoning invite you to bring your experience and knowledge of community support networks. The tutor will bring a course structure that explores your experience in the context of tried and tested frameworks for successful community collaboration.
The framework used is ‘commons’ – meaning the parts of the economy which aren’t delivered by the state or market, and which are beyond the household scale – everything we do together informally within our communities, for the benefit of each other. Commoning activities are typically organised by groups of people who share some form of interdependence – whether because they live near each other, are in a religious community together, or share access to a resource.
£75-£35 (bursaries available).
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