Last updated: November 11, 2016.
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All activities are still open except the Visitor Tour and Session in the European Parliament, which have
reached maximum capacity. If you are not participating in Parliament but plan to attend other events of the
ECA, please fill out this form in advance: https://goo.gl/forms/WnZqivZEHKCXK4xz1
TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 15
*Those arriving before 14:00 are welcome to meet the coordinators at SMART.be, Rue Emile Feron 70, 1060
Bruxelles. After 14:00 the meeting point is Zinneke, address below.
16:00 – 22:00 Social Evening at Zinneke | Place Masui 13, 1000 Bruxelles
An evening to get acquainted, exchange on different instances of European commoning, and build solidarity
going into the following sessions. http://www.zinneke.org/?lang=en
16:00 – 19:00 Workshops and exchanges between European and Brussels commoners
- Commons Josaphat Workshop: Urban commons practitioners in Europe respond to the Commons
Josaphat collective’s proposal for the development of a wasteland/vacant lot
- Film screenings on housing commons (Community Land Trust, and the fight against expulsion by PAH
19:00 – 20:30 Dinner by Collectactif Pay what you can, (https://collectactif.wordpress.com/)
20:30 – 22:00 Discussion on DIEM25 w/ Silke Helfrich, Michel Bauwens and other European commoners
WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 16
[9:00 – 12:00] (Alternate activity) Local Organizing | Rue Emile Feron 70, 1060 Bruxelles
Those who do not participate in the Visitor Group Tour of Parliament can gather at the SMART headquarters in
Saint Gilles and continue working. http://smartbe.be/en/
[9:30 – 12:30] Alternate activity – Managing Water as a Common good (regis. required)
Forest Domaine (Tennis club), Avenue du Domaine 150 – 1190 – Forest
This workshop involves a visit and walk through the commune of Forest (in Brussels), a specific urban water
management supported by hydrological communities. Proposed by Les Etats Généraux de l’Eau à Bruxelles
http://www.egeb-sgwb.be/Home It is limited to 15 people, you must contact Dominique Nalpas at
email@example.com to confirm your spot.
10:00 – 10:30 Accreditation for Visitor Group Tours of Parliament | EP, Wiertz Entrance
Gathering for security verification for those going on the tour of Parliament. Please arrive for 10am with the
travel document that you specified in your registration. This is mandatory for reimbursement.
10:30 – 12:00 Visitor Group Tour of Parliament (full)
12:00 – 13:45 Lunch Break | Free time – Around European Quarter
An open break to leave the Parliament for lunch (not provided). It is recommended to stay in the area.
[12:15 – 13:35] Mapping Workshop at Mundo-b (FT room) |Rue d’Edimbourg 26, 1050 Ixelles
13:45 – 14:30 Entry and Accreditation for Parliament Session | Esplanade Solidarnosc 1980
Arrive at 1:45pm to re-enter security with the group – you must be accompanied by a representative of the
EP, who will be waiting at Esplanade Solidarnosc. If you do not take the Visitor Tour, you should get
accredited for entry at this time (also with an EP representative and according to prior arrangements).
14:30 PM – 18:00 European Commons Assembly in EP (full) | Room A1E2 Altiero Spinelli
With a diverse coalition of commoners from around Europe, we enter the European Parliament together for a
facilitated and co-constructed session. We highlight how the commons can inform EU policy, in both content –
with policy proposals – and form, through a participatory methodology. Interpretation ENG, FR, and ITL.
- Webstream link (English and Italian): https://youtu.be/0wEB1FQLNJE
- Program 16th: http://europeancommonsassembly.eu/program-november-the-16th-afternoon/
18:30 – 22:00 Reception at Mundo-b | Rue d’Edimbourg 26, 1050 Bruxelles (10 min walk)
Directly after the session, we walk together to Mundo-b for a reception to celebrate and reflect on our work
together. Food and drinks will be available for purchase at the in-house Kamilou Café.
THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 17
9:30 to 12:30 European Commons Assembly Group Session | Zinneke – Place Masui 13, 1000
Everyone, regardless of participation on the 16th, is invited to participate in this facilitated group discussion of
the future direction of ECA. We also take advantage of the time to plan follow up actions, before saying our