Future activities





28 January 2020, Lezing Tine De Moor 'The Commons: Als we samen beheren en besturen', Debatserie Nieuwe Democratie (The Hague, The Netherlands)

[due to scope, only in Dutch]

Op 28 januari 2020 zal Tine De Moor de lezing 'The Commons: Als we samen beheren en besturen' verzorgen. Deze lezing maakt deel uit van de Debatserie Nieuwe Democratie, georganiseerd door E:M+MA (Experts in Media en Maatschappij) in samenwerking met De Groene Amsterdammer. In deze debatserie staat de reactie van mensen die zich van onderop verenigen om lokaal zaken aan te kaarten en te veranderen centraal. De lezing van Tine De Moor vormt de vierde in deze debatserie. Andere sprekers in deze serie zijn Daan Roovers, Evelien Tonkens, Yves DeJaeghere, Herman Tjeenk Willink, en Kim Putters. De lezingen vinden plaats in De TussenRuimte, sociaal lab en podium voor onafhankelijk debat en dialoog in Den Haag.

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6 February 2020, Lecture at Young Professional Program of the Finance and the Common Good Program

Tine De Moor will be one of the invited lecturers at the meeting of the Young Professional Program (YPP) of the programme Finance and the Common Good, to be held on 6 February at the Academiegebouw of Utrecht University. The YPP is one of the pillars of the three-year program ‘Finance and the Common Good’ (2019-2021), jointly organized by Socires and the Sustainable Finance Lab (SFL), which explores the feasibility of an alternative arrangement for the financial sector, in order to create a financial sector that fruitfully interacts with state and society, together setting goals for finance in service of’ the common good. The workshop will only be open to the YPP participants.



23 April 2020, Keynote lecture 2020 Energy Cities' Annual Conference (Heerlen, The Netherlands)

On 23 April, Tine De Moor will deliver a keynote lecture at the 2020 Energy Cities' Annual Conference, that will be held on 22-24 January 2020 in the city of Heerlen. Every year, Energy Cities organises its major conference in one of its member cities to discuss latest developments in local energy policies. Each Annual Conference is a milestone for getting updates on city initiatives, sharing next practices and coordinating policy work towards EU institutions. It is the meeting point for decision-makers and practitioners from public organisations, business, research and civil society.

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10-12 September 2020, Colloquium Guide 2020: Cooperation(s) (Lausanne, Switzerland)

The 18th international conference of the Charles Gide Association will be held at the University of Lausanne (UNIL), 10-12 September 2020, under the auspices of the Centre Walras Pareto d’études interdisciplinaires de la pensée économique et politique (CWP). The theme of the conference will be on ‘Co-operation’. The topic of co-operation raises many questions, especially, for example, in relation to reciprocity and exchange, oscillates between distinct poles. Situated between the spheres of individual actions and transactions and state intervention, it co-ordinates and orientates actors in the political and social spheres. A number of economic theories today have developed out of the concept of co-operation. It is therefore worth studying co-operation’s theoretical foundations, its changing, and many meanings, the debates it has generated in the field of economic, social, political, and philosophical thought, and its numerous historical forms.Tine De Moor will be one of the keynote lecturers at this conference.

> Call for papers (deadline 15 March 2020)

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