A little over two years have passed since we met in the last Glocal Camp edition in Modena in March 2019. 

A lot has happened to the group that has been working to organize this new edition of Glocal Camp: some of us have moved to a new city, some of us have founded a cooperative, some of us have become parents, and all of us have gone through a global pandemic.

We have a lot to tell each other!

What is “Transition Territories”?

It is an online meeting of the members of the CivicWise network. 

It is the sixth Glocal Camp, the regular meeting we use to meet and work together for a few days. This is a very special edition of the Glocal Camp after two years without meeting each other and being in this global transition situation.

Here we share with you a short application form to join the event.

It is not necessary to attend the entire event. You can attend only those days that suit you best.

If you are interested in attending the event, please suscribe. During the event week we will only contact those who had filled the form.

  • For the organization of the event and also during and after we will be sharing relevant updates, such as details about the cost for food and accomodation. It's important to be in touch.


  • Program Saturday 26th

    Tell us more about which activities you intend to attend. You will find the details here


  • Quick project presentation format (6 min) to open up the conversation from concrete actions:

    From 12 pm to 1pm
    >> Learning laboratories: a network of five high schools of the building trades to share their skills and tools to prototype and produce innovative projects through Fab labs. — Carine Obin (Ariège, FR)
    >> Playmaking, improving our cities and territories through techniques and dynamics of game design. — María Tomé, Oficina de Innovación Cívica S. Coop. (Canary Island, SP)
    >> Fairbnb Community powered tourism enabling regenerative development. — Jonathan Reyes (Valencia, SP)

    From 3pm to 4pm
    >> Lab Place: a digital fabrication lab and a co-working space. It is a place to share skills and technological know-how in a small village in the French Pyrenees. — Félix Fourcassié (Ariège, FR)
    >> Colectiva Habitaria: Housing and new post domesticities from ecofeminism and commons. — Víctor Franco (Buenos Aires, AR)
    >> Amoraditas: small-scale actions which, through art, design and community creations, contribute to dignify, embellish and recover the collective memory of the Las Moraditas neighbourhood — Alicia Eva Morales Pereyra-García (Tenerife, SP)

Do you want to know what we were up to last 2 years?