Hackcamp Reclaim the Commons was a 3 day long conference that brought together 80 activists, creators (directors, artists, etc.), hackers and researchers (academics, writers, etc.) to produce prototypes on themes related to the commons, social economy and defense of public spaces (analogue and digital).
Using participatory methodologies, a total of 80 people gathered together to work at 6 working tables along three thematic lines: the production of subversive media content, the creation of entertaining mechanisms for social change and the production of guerrilla campaigns. The content generated was documented here (in English):
Hackcamp Reclaim the Commons stressed the need to create spaces to strengthen pan-European networks of agents and communities working on the commons, social and alternative economies and subversive narratives, as well as fostering spaces for the experimentation and co-production of knowledge that is socially compromised and creating experiences in which care and non-competitive ways of life are central.