There is very little time for social media activities while the IdeaCamp is going on because we (the Idea makers as well as Idea feeders) are working so hard on our ideas but the good news is that there is a great and competent media team who spends all day working on media production from the camp. So here you go!
The Idea Camp explained
First, what is the Idea Camp?
The Idea Camp is a three-day event organised within the frame of “Connected Action for the Commons” a network and action research programme led together with six change-making cultural organisations – the hubs, from France (Marseille), Sweden (Botkyrka), Croatia (Zagreb), Moldova (Chisinau), Poland (Warsaw) and Spain (Barcelona). The programme connects a European-wide community that uses culture and creativity to breathe new life into democracy.
It is an opportunity for 50 Idea Makers and other invitees like opinion makers and policy-makers, as well as European philanthropic foundations from across Europe, to participate to talks, workshops, collective and one-to-one working sessions and study visits, all documented and accessible through a variety of online resources (read more).
The first day’s Youtube video