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The geography of New Working Spaces and impact on the periphery CA18214

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NEWSLETTER DECEMBER 2020

NEWSLETTER DECEMBER 2020

Dear CA18214 Members,

Please see the our second newsletter attached!
In this communication you will find information regarding our progress over the last six months, plans for the future, and how you can continue to actively engage with the Action through our communication strategies.

Happy Reading and Happy 2021!

ROUND TABLE CA18214 at the 5th RGCS Symposium

ROUND TABLE CA18214 at the 5th RGCS Symposium

Roundtable moderated by Ilaria Mariotti «Collaborative spaces: new models and new geography, with COST Action CA18214 ‘The geography of New Working Spaces and impact on the periphery’» with Mina Di Marino (Norvegian University of Life Science, NO), Pavel Bednar (Tomas Bata University in Zlín, CZ) , Tiiu Paas (University of Tartu, EE), Ignasi Capdevila (Paris School of Business, FR), Bastian Lange (University of Leipzig, DE). The link to the Youtube video in the article

Research Group on Collaborative Spaces and CA18214: 5th RGCS Symposium. 14-16 December 2020 ONLINE

Research Group on Collaborative Spaces and CA18214: 5th RGCS Symposium. 14-16 December 2020 ONLINE

The program of  the 5th RGCS Symposium is now available. The symposium is organized by RGCS group and CA18214 and other university and research partners. It will be held on line, 14-16 December 2020. Several COST members are among the organizers, discussants and authors of the conference paper.

The detalied program is available in the article. 

The COST ACTION CA18214 'The geography of New Working Spaces and the impact on the periphery' involves 134 research partners from 33 Countries, from October 1, 2019 to September 30, 2023.

The aims of the project are as follows: i) sharing the scientific outcomes on New Working Spaces which are classified  by the CA18214 as follows: i) collaborative and creative working spaces (coworking spacesand smart work centres); (ii) makerspaces and other technical spaces (fablabs, open workshops); (iii) other new working spaces (hackerspaces, Living Lab and corporate labs); (iv) informal new working spaces (coffee shops and libraries); ii) comparing the best practices and direct and indirect impacts with a particular focus on the periphery iii) sharing the policy tools across the countries.

Logo designed by Alessandra Pellarano, Silvia Caldi and Alessia Petra Epifano for COST Action CA18214

 

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