C2O Library & Collective

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C2O Library & Collective

Established in mid-2008 in the centre of Surabaya, C2O library & collabtive is an independent library and coworking community space. Founded initially in response to the problem of inadequate, fragmented information & library system and infrastructure in Indonesia, C2O mission is create a shared, nurturing space, building tools and resources for humans (and non-humans) to learn, work, and interact with diverse communities and surrounding environment—in other words, with the world around us—for a more sustainable, emancipatory future.

C2O work towards its mission by collaborating with its members and various parties in creating a shared ecosystem and tools to (1) collect, organise, and share information through our collections of books, films, and other media, (2) foster innovation, knowledge production & sharing by organising discussions, workshops, classes, publications, etc.; (3) develop local-national-international solidarity networks.

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C2O Library & Collective

Established in mid-2008 in the centre of Surabaya, C2O library & collabtive is an independent library and coworking community space. Founded initially in response to the problem of inadequate, fragmented information & library system and infrastructure in Indonesia, C2O mission is create a shared, nurturing space, building tools and resources for humans (and non-humans) to learn, work, and interact with diverse communities and surrounding environment—in other words, with the world around us—for a more sustainable, emancipatory future.

C2O work towards its mission by collaborating with its members and various parties in creating a shared ecosystem and tools to (1) collect, organise, and share information through our collections of books, films, and other media, (2) foster innovation, knowledge production & sharing by organising discussions, workshops, classes, publications, etc.; (3) develop local-national-international solidarity networks.

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