Rosa Luxemburg Stiftung, 2016
[EN] Is it possible to imagine “welfare” as a dynamic and distributed practice of care and emancipation? Can we socially unlearn both the neoliberal individualistic and the social-democratic prescriptive modes of welfare provision? Can we start to inhabit and institute a difficult, but possible, ecology of care? This report analyses the practices of community healthcare in the Trieste Public Healthcare System as a possible gateway of recovery and emancipation, out of the contemporary crisis of Mediterranean Europe.