John Restakis speaks about the Civil Economy as a contrast to the the crisis that has gripped Europe, and the western democracies, over the last 30 years.
It’s time to examine and broaden the debate on how to fund a universal basic income. An article by Rajesh Makwana, from Share the World's Resources
"The race to the bottom that globalization has triggered is no longer an available strategy for a knowledge economy system like Mantova." Michel Bauwens interviews professor Christian Iaione, a facilitator of Bologna's Regulation for the Care and Regeneration of Urban Commons.
Can leading alt-economic and social movements find ways to work more closely together? Can there be a greater convergence and collaboration in fighting the pathologies of neoliberalism? Part two of two.
Can leading alt-economic and social movements find ways to work more closely together? Can there be a greater convergence and collaboration in fighting the pathologies of neoliberalism? Part one of two.
In this feature packed article, Josef Davies-Coates talks about the inspiration, legal structures and tools that can help Open Cooperativism become the vibrant movement it deserves to be.
The P2P economy needs bridges between cooperative culture and the organizational forms that can sustain it and advance the general well-being of society.
"Given this rich and still evolving conversation on the role of the commons in society, a definition of what exactly a commons transition would entail is best expressed from a broad and inclusive perspective."
In this, the final part of our serialization of "Co-operative Commonwealth: De-commodifying Land and Money", Pat Conaty talks about monetary reform, Commons-oriented public banking, citizen's income and the strategic need for a public-social partnership agenda.