CIC’s autonomous projects of collective initiative #5: Calafou | P2P Foundation

Richard Swift & I visited Calafou in September 2013 and some of the interviews in his CBC Ideas documentary on degrowth were done there.

“One of the most interesting autonomous projects associated with the Catalan Integral Cooperative (CIC) is Calafou, the self-proclaimed “post-capitalist colony” which settled in 2011 in the ruins of an abandoned industrial village in the Catalan county of l’Anoia, about 65km away from Barcelona.

“The colony was set up with the participation of several CIC members with the aim of becoming a collectivist model for living and organizing the productive activities of a small local community based on the principles of self-management, ecological sustainability, free culture and technological sovereignty. At the same time, it represents an example of the form that former industrial villages could assume in a post-capitalist era.”

https://blog.p2pfoundation.net/cics-autonomous-projects-collective-initiative-5-calafou/2016/08/04

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