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  • Infolettre de FORTALECER – Mars 2019
    by inaise_admin on 25 March 2019 at 13 h 46 min

    Découvrez la nouvelle infolettre de notre membre péruvien FORTALECER. Vous trouverez dans cette édition: De l’information en lien avec la nouvelle réglementation des coopératives d’épargne et de crédit en vigueur au Pérou Un texte de réflexion sur l’apport du coopérativisme et de l’économie sociale comme forme d’activité économique destinées à atteindre un […]

  • Commoning Our Cities
    by Josh Davis on 21 March 2019 at 17 h 15 min

    Regions: United StatesInstitutions & Structures: Artist-Run CentersCommonsVisions & Models: the commonsMovements & Struggles: Environmental JusticePractices, Tools & Strategies: Linking Opposition & AlternativesSolidarity Economy OrganizingEconomic Sectors: Community DevelopmentLand Tenure & Stewards […]

  • In Brazil, 800 landless women occupy lands of sexual abuser
    by abhilash on 20 March 2019 at 14 h 32 min

    800 landless women occupied one of the farms of ‘João de Deus’ who has been accused on multiple accounts of sexual abuse On Wednesday, March 13, over 800 landless women occupied one of the farms of João Teixeira Farias, known as ‘João de Deus,’ who became famous in Brazil and across the world in the... Read more → The post In Brazil, 800 landless women occupy lands of sexual abuser appeared first on Via Campesina English. […]

  • Regional event celebrating the Decade for Family Farming in Europe and Central Asia
    by abhilash on 20 March 2019 at 10 h 48 min

    The European Coordination Via Campesina (ECVC) participated to the regional event entitled The future of family farming in Europe in perspective of launching the ”UN Decade on Family Farming (2019-2028)”, which took place on 12 March 2019 in Bucharest, Romania. The program of the event can be consulted here . The event was hosted by... Read more → The post Regional event celebrating the Decade for Family Farming in Europe and Central Asia appeared first on Via Campesina English. […]

  • March 14th International Day of Struggle of the people affected by dams, in defense of the rivers, water and life
    by abhilash on 20 March 2019 at 10 h 37 min

    The international day that remarks the struggle of the people affected by dams, celebrated for more than two decades happens in a very sad context, just after another dam collapse, which killed more than three hundred people in Brumadinho (MG ). The mining corporation Vale is responsible for this crime, which has also affected thousands... Read more → The post March 14th International Day of Struggle of the people affected by dams, in defense of the rivers, water and life appeared first on […]

  • Embracing Grassroots Feminism
    by abhilash on 19 March 2019 at 3 h 55 min

    Feminism is inherently political and must not be viewed in isolation from other structural inequalities, including race, generation, and class Women’s rights are at a tipping point. Rural and urban women workers on the frontlines of climate chaos experience the most acute violations of their rights to land, food, and territory at this time of... Read more → The post Embracing Grassroots Feminism appeared first on Via Campesina English. […]

  • Peer to Peer: A Commons Manifesto
    by Commons Transition on 18 March 2019 at 18 h 24 min

    As capitalism faces a series of structural crises, a new social, political and economic dynamic is emerging: peer to peer. This book explores it in depth. The post Peer to Peer: A Commons Manifesto appeared first on Commons Transition. […]

  • Solidarity Economy Roads
    by Josh Davis on 18 March 2019 at 16 h 37 min

    Razeto identifies the economic rationality of non-profit organizations and offers a formula for measuring their operational efficiency. Regions: Latin AmericaInstitutions & Structures: Democratic NonprofitsVisions & Models: cooperative commonwealthsolidarity economyMovements & Struggles: Economic JusticeEconomic Sectors: Community DevelopmentOrganizational Support & Development […]

  • Creating a Just, Regenerative, and Democratic Economy
    by Josh Davis on 15 March 2019 at 17 h 16 min

    Aaron Tanaka is founder and Director of the Boston-based Center for Economic Democracy. Aaron is also a community organizer, grant-maker, impact investor, and a founding organizer of the Boston Ujima Project, which brings together neighbors, workers, business owners and investors to create a new community-controlled regional economy. He is an Echoing Green and BALLE Fellow, and co-chair of the national New Economy Coalition and the Asian American Resource Workshop.Regions: United […]

  • India: Farmers present an eighteen point demand to all political parties
    by abhilash on 15 March 2019 at 3 h 40 min

    All India Coordination Committee of Farmers’ Movement comprising all the major farmers unions in India such as the Bhartiya Kisan Union (BKU), Karnataka Rajya Raitha Sangha (KRRS), Tamilaga Vivasaiyagl Sangham (TVS), Adivasi Gothra Mahasabha (AGM) and a host of organisations from South India held a press conference in New Delhi to place their eighteen point... Read more → The post India: Farmers present an eighteen point demand to all political parties appeared first on Via Campesina […]

  • MAB denounces Vale’s social and environmental crime at the UN
    by abhilash on 14 March 2019 at 10 h 39 min

    On the occasion of the 40th session of the United Nations in Geneva, MAB fulfills an international agenda with official debates of the organization and also in universities. Since last week, members of the coordination of the Movement of the People Affected by Dams are in Europe to denounce the violations that occurred in Brumadinho... Read more → The post MAB denounces Vale’s social and environmental crime at the UN appeared first on Via Campesina English. […]

  • "We’re our own bosses here."
    by Josh Davis on 11 March 2019 at 16 h 22 min

    Morning in La América Market Plaza is a bright mix of smells and colors. In the fruit stands, shelves are piled high with eggplants, avocados, and yellow mangos. Next door, the fresh green smell of rue and eucalyptus wafts from an herb seller’s booth. In another aisle, pots of bubbling soup fill the air with the smell of chicken and cilantro. In a small shop nearby, a vendor carefully stacks a wall of dark brown sugar bricks that reaches up towards the ceiling.Regions: Latin […]

  • Cooperatives and Community Care Needs
    by Josh Davis on 8 March 2019 at 17 h 18 min

    This 2018 webinar series, Cooperative Solutions for Community Needs, was sponsored by the University of WIsconsin Center for Cooperatives. Watch the rest of the webinar series on YouTube. Regions: United StatesInstitutions & Structures: Consumer CooperativesParent Cooperative PreschoolsVisions & Models: cooperative commonwealthMovements & Struggles: Economic JusticePractices, Tools & Strategies: Strategies for ChangeEconomic […]

  • Standing with disadvantaged rural women small-scale farmers in Uganda
    by Ndabezinhle on 8 March 2019 at 11 h 35 min

    Esaff Uganda Press Release on International Women’s Day Whereas women are the backbone of development of the rural and national economy as they comprise an estimated 76% of Uganda’s agricultural labour, they have continued to fare worse than men disproportionately affected by poverty an issue that affects their lives, leaving them with the burden of... Read more → The post Standing with disadvantaged rural women small-scale farmers in Uganda appeared first on Via Campesina […]

  • India: Peasant Movements to scrutinise and expose the dangers of RCEP Trade Agreement
    by abhilash on 8 March 2019 at 8 h 22 min

    The Regional Comprehensive Economic Partnership (RCEP) is a free trade partnership, which will open India’s markets to some of the largest economies in Asia- like China, Japan and South Korea. The RCEP is currently being negotiated between 16 countries- which includes ten ASEAN countries as well as other Asia Pacific countries include Australia, China, India,... Read more → The post India: Peasant Movements to scrutinise and expose the dangers of RCEP Trade Agreement appeared first […]

  • Bangladesh : Peasant movements intensifies the struggle against ‘Golden Rice’
    by abhilash on 7 March 2019 at 8 h 50 min

    BAFLF general secratery Abdul Mazid stated that the multinational companies have targeted Bangladesh as laboratory for the trail of their GM crops and using people and farmers as guinea-pigs for their own interest. The post Bangladesh : Peasant movements intensifies the struggle against ‘Golden Rice’ appeared first on Via Campesina English. […]

  • Upcoming Event: Writing the Solidarity Economy
    by Josh Davis on 6 March 2019 at 17 h 06 min

     Friday, March 8th, 2019. 6 pm EST, on Zoom.  Register here Please join us for our second GEO Get-Together with Nathan Schneider and Cadwell Turnbull as they discuss their recent media work on solidarity economics.Institutions & Structures: Mutual-Aid & Self-Help GroupsProducer CooperativesWorker CooperativesVisions & Models: solidarity economyMovements & Struggles: Economic JusticeEnvironmental JusticePeace BuildingRacial JusticeWorkplace […]

  • For the life and dignity of women, we fight together against the exploitation and oppression of the capitalist and patriarchal system!
    by nyoni on 6 March 2019 at 10 h 49 min

    La Via Campesina Press Release International Women’s Day (Harare, March 8th, 2019)  The goals that gave rise to International Women’s Day continue to inspire us. They have become the rallying cry of the women and men in all parts of the world who are engaged in organised resistance to capitalism and patriatrchy. This is the... Read more → The post For the life and dignity of women, we fight together against the exploitation and oppression of the capitalist and patriarchal […]

  • Socially Responsible Public Procurement and Set-Asides: a Comparative Analysis of the US, Canada and the EU
    by Socioeco.org on 6 March 2019 at 0 h 35 min

    Auteurs : Carol CraveroMots-clés géographiques : Amérique du Nord, États-Unis, Canada, EuropeMots-clés thématiques : politiques publiques, Achats publics responsables, Premiers peuplesSocioeco.org, site ressources de l’économie sociale et solidaire – Documents […]

  • Sustainable procurement practice in the public sector: An international comparative study
    by Socioeco.org on 6 March 2019 at 0 h 35 min

    International Journal of Operations & Production Management, vol. 31, no.4, p. 452–476.Auteurs : Stephen Brammer, Helen WalkerMots-clés géographiques : EuropeMots-clés thématiques : politiques publiques, Achats publics responsablesSocioeco.org, site ressources de l’économie sociale et solidaire – Documents […]

  • The Short, Sad Life of Wirth Co-op
    by Josh Davis on 4 March 2019 at 17 h 53 min

    originally posted on the Agaric blog"Wirth Co-op won't reopen", a tiny heading on the front page of North News announced. The story ran inside on page four.The grocery store, right in my neighborhood, set out to build community wealth and provide healthy food in north Minneapolis. The loss of its promise is crushing.Regions: United StatesInstitutions & Structures: Consumer CooperativesEconomic Sectors: Food […]

  • Resistance and Renewal in Mexico
    by Josh Davis on 1 March 2019 at 18 h 38 min

    cross-posted from Local FuturesRegions: Latin AmericaInstitutions & Structures: Producer CooperativesSupport OrganizationsWorker CooperativesVisions & Models: cooperative commonwealthsolidarity economyMovements & Struggles: Economic JusticeEnvironmental JusticeNative Justice & SovereigntyWorkplace DemocracyPractices, Tools & Strategies: Linking Opposition & AlternativesEconomic Sectors: Community Development […]

  • Reconfiguring the social and solidarity economy in a Danish/ Nordic welfare context
    by Socioeco.org on 1 March 2019 at 0 h 36 min

    3rd EMES-Polanyi International Seminarn Welfaire societies in Transition, Roskilde, April 2018Auteurs : Lars HULGÅRD, Linda Lundgaard AndersenOrganismes : Réseau EMES (EMES)Mots-clés géographiques : DanemarkMots-clés thématiques : le concept d’ESS, entrepreneuriat social, entrepreneuriat solidaireSocioeco.org, site ressources de l’économie sociale et solidaire – Documents […]

  • Responsible Public Procurement: A De-Commodification of Public Markets? A Case Study in the City of Nantes, France
    by Socioeco.org on 1 March 2019 at 0 h 36 min

    3rd EMES-Polanyi International Seminarn Welfaire societies in Transition, Roskilde, April 2018Auteurs : Leslie CarnoyeOrganismes : Réseau EMES (EMES)Mots-clés géographiques : Europe, FranceMots-clés thématiques : politiques publiques, Achats publics responsables, législation ESSSocioeco.org, site ressources de l’économie sociale et solidaire – Documents […]

  • Cultivating commons in the heart of the city. Madrid community gardens against austerity urbanism
    by Socioeco.org on 1 March 2019 at 0 h 36 min

    3rd EMES-Polanyi International Seminarn Welfaire societies in Transition, Roskilde, April 2018Auteurs : José Luis Fernández Casadevante, Nerea Morán Alonso, Ángel Calle Collado, Nuria del VisoOrganismes : Réseau EMES (EMES)Mots-clés géographiques : Europe, EspagneMots-clés thématiques : les communs, politiques publiquesSocioeco.org, site ressources de l’économie sociale et solidaire – Documents […]

  • Solidarity Economy and commercialization channels in the North and South of Brazil
    by Socioeco.org on 1 March 2019 at 0 h 36 min

    3rd EMES-Polanyi International Seminarn Welfaire societies in Transition, Roskilde, April 2018Auteurs : Fabio Schwab do NascimentoOrganismes : Réseau EMES (EMES)Mots-clés géographiques : Amérique latine et Caraïbes, BrésilMots-clés thématiques : circuits courts et circuits économiques solidaires, maintien de l’agriculture paysanneSocioeco.org, site ressources de l’économie sociale et solidaire – Documents […]

  • Rural social and solidarity economy initiatives from Central and Eastern Europe – In contexts of peripheralisation to what extent may participation be a reality?
    by Socioeco.org on 1 March 2019 at 0 h 36 min

    3rd EMES-Polanyi International Seminarn Welfaire societies in Transition, Roskilde, April 2018Auteurs : Melinda MihalyOrganismes : Réseau EMES (EMES)Mots-clés géographiques : Europe, Hongrie, AllemagneMots-clés thématiques : lutte contre l’exclusionSocioeco.org, site ressources de l’économie sociale et solidaire – Documents […]

  • Czech coffee co-op aims to prove that co-operation works
    by Socioeco.org on 1 March 2019 at 0 h 36 min

    Article of the news coop, 6 october 2018Auteurs : Anca VoineaMots-clés géographiques : Europe, République TchèqueMots-clés thématiques : commerce équitable, culture du café, coopératives de producteurs et productricesSocioeco.org, site ressources de l’économie sociale et solidaire – Documents […]

  • Towards “Qualitative growth”-oriented Collective Action Frameworks: Articulating Commons and Solidarity Economy
    by Socioeco.org on 1 March 2019 at 0 h 36 min

    3rd EMES-Polanyi International Seminarn Welfaire societies in Transition, Roskilde, April 2018Auteurs : Ana Margarida EstevesOrganismes : Réseau EMES (EMES)Mots-clés géographiques : Europe, PortugalMots-clés thématiques : le concept d’ESS, les communsSocioeco.org, site ressources de l’économie sociale et solidaire – Documents […]

  • Podcast avec ACAD Finance
    by inaise_admin on 27 February 2019 at 17 h 05 min

    Notre coordonnatrice, Pauline Boinot, a eu la chance de s’entretenir avec Samir Barghouti et Adnan Faramand de l’organisation ACAD Finance en Palestine. Nous vous invitons à écouter ce podcast en anglais. The post Podcast avec ACAD Finance appeared first on Inaise. […]