We present an interview with Janice Figueiredo, who was part of the FLOKSociety project launched in Ecuador. Janice spoke to us about her own experience collaborating with and learning from the indigenous people of the region.
This video from the Open Everything Convergence features Michel Bauwens exploring the relationship between the cooperative movement and the Commons.
In this section, we will periodically feature interviews and articles involving Commoners in Transition, or, individuals and teams working together towards increasing the viability of the commons. Our inaugural article is an interview with Chris Tittle and Yassi Eskandari of the Sustainable Economies Law Center (SELC), an organization which offers “legal education, research, advice, and advocacy […]
Watch this thought-provoking video to see how not-for-profit enterprise will be at the heart of a sustainable future by 2050.
John Restakis independent researcher and teacher on co-operative economies and globalization discusses the challenges facing the cooperative movement.
The Catalan Integral Cooperative is the first new type of cooperative that is entirely in line with the idea for a new type of coops engaged in the co-production of the commons. They are committed to continue and pioneer the path of open cooperativism.
“We can’t continue with a system that creates wealth, but that’s also destroying the planet and creating so much social inequality. I think that after 400 years of this, we know it doesn’t work. We need a new system to reclaim all these communal values”