The Municipalist School is a space for self-training and knowledge exchange based on different experiences of municipalism throughout Europe. These are the materials of the second session, titled Between regenerative economies and local specificities: experiences, models, tools.
Faced with the exacerbation of socio-economic inequalities, in recent years new models of local and regenerative economies have developed in cities in order to meet growing social and environmental needs. What perspectives can we draw from these experiences for post-pandemic transitions? With the participation of Sophie Bloemen, Commons Network (Amsterdam, Netherlands); Drazen Simlesa, ZMAG – Good Economy Network (Croatia) and general coordinator of RIPESS EU – Solidarity Economy Europe; Malin Widehammar, The Hub in Bergsjön and part of the organisation Democratic Transition (Gothenburg, Sweden); and Ugo Rossi, SET- Sud Europa di fronte alla Turistificazione (Italy).