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Regeneration. New Institutional Practices – this year’s Call for Fellows finds inspiration in existing initiatives such as: networks of self-initiated mutual aid groups; self-organised, alternative approaches to social reproduction and the ‘commoning’ of tools, technologies and knowledges; decolonial ecofeminist alliances and feminist economies; cooperatives of humans and collective bodies of non-humans that support ecological regeneration; indigenous and situated knowledge systems; assemblies for climate and ecological justice; socio-economic ecosystems that support commons-based, peer-to-peer care communities;  community-based forms of recovery, collection, and preservation of memories, histories, and stories of marginalised communities; local systems of self-governance, gender equality and communal economy; collective infrastructures based on free, open source software ethics, and alternative economies; and self-hosted, low energy consumption, off-grid socio-political platforms.
Marina Otero Verzier
Klaas Kuitenbrouwer, Katia Truijen, Marten Kuijpers, Anastasia Kubrak
k.truijen@hetnieuweinstituut.nl
Alex Walker