Toulouse

Capital of the counts of Toulouse in the Middle Ages, Tolosa was the heart of the resistance of Langue d’oc countries during the Crusades led by the barons of the north against the Cathar “heresy”. It won its independence in 1147 under the Capitouls government and became one of Europe’s great cities. Its location far from Paris and at the gates of Spain, its university – the second largest in France – and its radical republican tradition (it took in many refugees from   More ...
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    Bois & Cie

    Toulouse
    Carpentry shop and joinery, low-cost timber houses, integration of young employees, shared knowledge, co-production, recycling; Financing: subsidies for integration, recycling and sale of products   More ...

    AERA Habitat

    Toulouse
    Participative housing, low-cost housing, sustainable city development, active citizenship, community building; Financing: subsidies, crowdfunding, housing partners   More ...

    CCAB

    Toulouse
    Creating publicness, forum for debate, neighbourhood activities, fostering local language + interregional exchange, urban renewal   More ...

    Mix'Art Myrys

    Toulouse
    Cultural and artistic co-production, fair knowledge exchange, low threshold spaces and shared equipment, workshops, film and concert hall, exhibitions spaces   More ...

    Le potager de Camille

    Toulouse
    Organic food, direct sale from local farmers, participatory farming; Financing: members commit to fixed purchase volume per year   More ...