Networks & Partners

Communitism is part of an international network which help support and amplify everything we do, while our efforts contribute to a global movement for urban change and creative development.
Trans Europe Halles
We are one of the oldest and most dynamic cultural networks in Europe. We have been at the forefront of repurposing abandoned buildings for arts, culture and activism since 1983. We are based in Sweden and have 135 members in 39 different countries across Europe – from Spain to Georgia. Our three founding pillars are: People, Arts and Buildings.
MitOst enables activities and programmes which foster cultural exchange, active citizenship, social cohesion and sustainable urban and rural development – beyond cultural, sectoral or linguistic borders.
Inwolle EV
The INWOLE association supports many educational projects, intercultural encounters, ecological mobility and sustainability. We offer dedicated people spaces, concepts and a legal and organisational framework to implement their ideas and visions. With our concepts and projects we want to support the eco-social change in society. Together we try out models of working and producing with your own hands again, living together and in solidarity, designing cities for all people, finding ecological forms of mobility, integrating people from other cultures.
ETHOS is an independent and voluntary association of individuals and groups that are actively involved in social changes and challenges in different parts of our world. We are an intercultural and non-denominational organisational platform, open to all individuals and groups who wish to bring positive social change with honest intentions and peaceful actions in any part of our world. We unite our diverse backgrounds, joining our skills and combining our resources to promote equality and to help the sustainable evolution of humanity.
ETH Zürich
The NEWROPE Chair of Architecture and Urban Transformation is part of the department of Architecture of ETH Zürich and deals with the field of spatial design and social innovation, focusing both on innovative solutions and processes. The NEWROPE Chair wants to engage in rediscovering Europe as inhabitable ground, and a shared space for all, in a world that is constantly changing. The rediscovering of this territory, both as a shared history and a common future, is what we call NEWROPE. It comes with an exploration of the large diversity of urban practices that inhabit and shape Europe.
Community Land Trust Brussels
Community Land Trust Brussels
Community Land Trust Brussels (CLTB) offers low-income residents of Brussels the possibility of living in affordable, sustainable, and quality homes. The work of Community Land Trust Brussels is not just limited to the development of housing, but also extends to community work with residents, improvement of the surrounding neighbourhood in which the CLT is active, and strengthening community life. Community Land Trust Brussels believes that stable, quality housing is essential to people’s well-being. We support the development of a city in which all low-income people have access to live in affordable housing.
Burning Man
The Burning Man program funds highly interactive, community-driven works of art that prioritise community involvement in their development, execution and display. We fund art that is accessible to the public, civic in scope and prompts the viewer to act. We like art that can be experienced in more ways than visually – art that is touched, heard or experienced as well as viewed. We prioritise funding art that involves the audience in its conception, creation and presentation. This program’s impact is driven by a willingness to take risks and be the first to give a grant to a project or to work with artists and projects that other funders might avoid, as well as a focus on community-driven processes that have effects far beyond the artwork itself.