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Commonfare tour at the House of Associations and Volunteers in Milan

The #Commonfare presentation tour continues. This time we did a stop in Milan at the ANPI section of the Town Hall 1. The appointment was for Wednesday, October 10th, from 21:00 to 23:00, at the House of Associations and Volunteers, 8 Marsala street, Milan. The House of the Associations includes about a hundred associations and non-profit organizations in Milan.

The ANPI (Italian Partisan National Association) section ““Giovanni Pesce e Nori Brambilla” of #Milano organized the presentation of Commonfare.net, a new platform and European project that combines the practices of bottom-up welfare in three pilot countries (Croatia, Italy, Holland), in various sectors (work, living, health, education, free time). Bin-Italia discussed ad illustrated the open source technical tool, divided on three levels, to inform, promote and share experiments and practices of social solidarity and mutualism, which develop in a completely autonomous way on the territories.
Faced with an attentive audience not too numerous but qualified, the debate then focused on how the different associations present, (with particular reference to those that deal with the reception of migrants) can get advantages from the logging to the platform. In the meantime, a group Associations of Marsala’s street was created on Commonfare.net.

 The utility of this meeting was found even by numerous proposals and suggestions to make the platform more usable.

Commonfare.net è per le persone, con le persone e delle persone.

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ottobre 17, 2018 at 23:08

Un magnifico squarcio di speranza, grazie BIN per aver condiviso. Meraviglioso che si sia creato un gruppo. E soprattutto: c'è davvero da essere orgoglios* del support o dell'Anpi.

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ottobre 18, 2018 at 12:54

sì sì, bellissima cosa!