The project will analyze learning in productive social movements focused on the control and uses of land, housing, and public space in both rural and urban contexts of living. This broad domain of issues and objects has proven to be a durable and growing source of social movements in the global scale. It this domain, political and civic struggles are often intimately connected to practical issues of livelihood and production of use values.

More information about the selected productive social movements from the global south and global north will be published later!

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