Exact matches only
Search in title
Search in content
Search in comments
Search in excerpt
Search in posts
Search in pages
Search in groups
Search in users
Search in forums
Filter by Categories
548
87
Campaign
Editorial
Editorial
Education and Research
Europe
Event
Events
Featured
GA2016-workshops
GA2017
GA2018
General Assembly
International
News
News
Newsletter
Public policies
Public Policies
Resources
State of the Art
Training
Uncategorized
UniverSSE2017
Video
Book Launch: Peer to Peer: The Commons Manifesto
February 14, 2019
0

Article of P2P Foundation

WHEN: 21st March 2019 @ 5:00 pm – 7:00 pm
WHERE: University of Westminster (Room UG05); 309 Regent St; Marylebone, London W1B 2HT; UK
COST: Free

Michel Bauwens, Vasilis Kostakis & Alex Pazaitis (P2P Foundation) –Book Launch ‘Peer to Peer. The Commons Manifesto’ (University of Westminster Press)

Not since Marx identified the manufacturing plants of Manchester as the blueprint for the new capitalist society has there been a more profound transformation of the fundamentals of our social life. As capitalism faces a series of structural crises, a new social, political and economic dynamic is emerging: peer to peer.  What is peer to peer? Why is it essential for building a commons-centric future? How could this happen? These are the questions this seminar tries to answer.

Biography

Michel Bauwens is the Founder of the P2P Foundation and works in collaboration with a global group of researchers in the exploration of commons-based peer production, governance, and property.

Vasilis Kostakis is the Professor of P2P Governance at Tallinn University of Technology and Faculty Associate at Harvard University. He is also Visiting Professor at the Autonomous University of Barcelona. Vasilis is the founder of the P2P Lab and core member of the P2P Foundation.

Alex Pazaitis is a Core Member of the P2P Lab and a Junior Research Fellow at the Ragnar Nurkse Department, Tallinn University of Technology.

MECISE: European cooperatives join forces!
February 14, 2019
0

Enercoop article of 29 January 2019

For nearly 4 years, Enercoop and its partners in the European REScoop MECISE project have been working together to develop and strengthen citizen renewable energy projects in France, Belgium, Spain and the United Kingdom.

More specifically, the project aims to directly support the development of new citizen renewable energy production projects and to explore new innovative solutions for financing these projects at European level.

The REScoop MECISE (Renewable Energy Sources COOPeratives Mobilizing European Citizens to Invest in Sustainable Energy) project has been funded under the Horizon 2020 programme of the European Agency for Small and Medium Enterprises since early 2015. It will end on 28 February 2019 and the public conclusions of this project were presented on 22 January at a conference at the Musée des Sciences naturelles in Brussels (Belgium).

This conference was also an opportunity for Enercoop and its partners Courant d’Air (Belgium), Ecopower (Belgium), Energy4All (United Kingdom) and Som Energia (Spain) to officially announce the creation of the European cooperative REScoop MECISE, or Mutual for Energy Communities Investing in a Sustainable Europe. This European cooperative, a concrete and sustainable outcome of the European project, has as its social objective to promote the European energy transition to energy democracy.

To this end, the European cooperative will provide financial facilitation services, mainly in the form of equity financing for renewable energy production projects and should raise funds at European level to support renewable energy cooperatives in Europe

Going beyond simple financial cooperation, REScoop MECISE is clearly in line with the logic of the social and solidarity economy by putting financial tools directly at the service of citizen energy. For Enercoop, the event on 22 January marks both the culmination of several years of work on the design of this new tool and the beginning of a great adventure of solidarity between European partners.

Towards a European Republic
February 14, 2019
0
Deviant art by nederbirdhttps://www.deviantart.com/nederbird/art/European-Federation-98402973

Alain Caillé is Professor Emeritus of Sociology at the University of Paris Ouest Nanterre La Défense. He co-founded the MAUSS (Mouvement Anti-utilitariste dans les sciences sociales) in 1981, and has been editor of the MAUSS Journal since its foundation. In June 2013, Alain Caillé and Marc Humbert created the Convivialiste Manifesto, a text signed by some sixty personalities from all over the world. He is the leader of the Convivialistes’ Movement (www.les convivialistes.org) and the Club des convivialistes.

The European project has not made us dream for a long time. It included two promises. By transcending the borders of nation states, it had to guarantee a perpetual peace. By creating a large market, unified by a common currency, it had to ensure economic prosperity. The first promise may seem to have been kept, but for how long? Europe is in fact divided into six or seven blocs of countries, each with its own unstable contours and deeply divergent interests. The unanimity rule prohibits any consistent political project and therefore any significant concrete progress in any field whatsoever. This is not without explaining why the second promise has hardly been kept or is no longer kept. In the absence of common economic, financial, social, technical, energy, scientific, diplomatic and military policies (except in fragments), Europe is losing ground to Markets and tax havens, to the United States, Russia and emerging powers, particularly China, whose hegemonic aims are no longer a secret. Europe does not speak to the world and no longer even speaks to itself.

Three emergencies

Of course, one could say that, on the one hand, there is only a fair catching-up of a temporary historical imbalance, and, on the other hand, that Europe has always progressed slowly, and that it must be given time to complete the many forms of cooperation that already exist in many areas. The problem is that we have absolutely no time left, for at least three reasons. First of all, if people remain attached to the euro, anger is growing everywhere in Europe against the deterioration of material and moral living conditions. And also, perhaps first of all, against the meaninglessness, the absence of a mobilizing project. Secondly, it is now time to promote an energy transition that can no longer wait. If Europe does not provide itself with the institutional, technical, economic and financial foundations, it will lose all geopolitical autonomy, an autonomy that can only be based on good economic health. Finally, and perhaps most importantly, as we can see, everywhere in the world, and even within Europe in which they were born, adherence to democratic values – respect for pluralism, human dignity and freedom of thought – is in constant decline. If Europe is no longer able to carry and embody these values, who will do it ? Since the democratic ideal is not strong enough in itself, Europe, which claims to be strong, must assume to become strong again in order to champion an ideal of (re)civilization in the face of rising barbaric behaviours. 

Contours of a European Republic

Europe believed that it could go beyond the form of the nation-state. However, all over the world, there are nations that are asserting themselves and confronting each other. And this is true again within Europe itself. The reason for this is that the national framework is the only one to date, where, in modern societies, citizens feel solidarity with each other, and are protected and reassured by this solidarity. This presumption of solidarity is irreplaceable. However, it would be dangerous, and impractical, to want to return to the traditional forms of the nation based on the imaginary tendentious identity between a people, a territory, a language, a culture and a religion. How can these two requirements, that of solidarity and that of diversity, be reconciled within the framework of a Europe that would break with the denial of nation and force, both of which are in reality necessary for the achievement of the democratic ideal? The only solution seems to be to build a meta-nation, a nation of nations, in the form of a European Republic. This Republic would be of a confederal type in order to leave as much scope as possible to the principle of subsidiarity. With a sovereign Assembly and a Senate representing both the regions and civil society organisations (trade unions, NGOs, associations, etc.), this Republic would be governed by a small government, drawn from national governments, responsible for implementing the principles of common economic, financial, social, technical, energy, scientific, diplomatic and military policy adopted by Parliament. This institutional set-up could be complemented by an Assembly of citizens drawn by lot (a kind of permanent consensus conference). Its role would be consultative, but this assembly would have the power to submit to a referendum those proposals that have not been taken into account.

Six priority projects

Such a European Republic would have six projects and six reasons to be priorities:

– The European project was first embodied in a coal and steel community (the ECSC). The European Republic’s first objective would be to provide itself with the means to meet the objectives set at the Paris Conference and to achieve an efficient and virtuous energy transition.

– For this to happen, it must represent a sufficiently important economic area and show sufficient political coherence to be able to effectively combat tax havens and tax optimisation when their sole function is to enrich the richest to the detriment of the most vulnerable.

– Similarly, this Republic must be strong enough to be able to enforce its own accounting and legal standards (and not have them imposed on it by private firms), and to ensure control over all “data” concerning it. The importance of the battle of Artificial Intelligence does not allow us to wait.

– To ensure that the European Republic is indeed a space of solidarity, and therefore functions as a meta-nation, it must respect the rule that only the most advanced social protection can be generalised.

– Only a European Republic will be able to respond both effectively and humanely to the enormous influx of migrants that neoliberal globalisation is causing. Similarly, only a European Republic will be able to meet the challenges of radical Islamic terrorism.

– Finally, while the sustainability of the American shield is problematic, it is essential to have a real European defence. A defence that will be all the more effective if it is clear that its sole objective is to ensure world peace.

Who will or could create the European Republic?

The project, the broad outlines of which have just been described, while remaining at the level of generality desirable at this stage, is not for the time being supported by any of the existing political forces in Europe. It is easy to understand why: These political forces only exist, act and influence at the national level, not at all at the level of the meta-nation to be brought about. This project may therefore seem totally utopian and unfeasible. Need we remind you, however, that it was one of Europe’s founding fathers? A totally forgotten project, yet more urgent than ever. Because the peoples of Europe no longer have a choice. To unite, once and for all, or to perish. To leave history and exist only in the renunciation of everything they believed in. Europe is now at the mercy of a challenge. To reconnect with what she has invented, and to update it, or to disappear. Contribute to the invention of universalizable standards, become exemplary, or vanish into the chaos that lies ahead. The crucial test before us is this: will the peoples of Europe be able to move beyond their nationalism and chauvinism to a higher-ranking nation, or will they prefer regression? At the very least, the question must be asked to them by accessing media visibility. It will not be possible for it to be asked either by business representatives, who are subservient to “markets” (even if those are often their main enemy), or, so it seems, by the current political parties, confined to national spaces. It is therefore up to European civic society, this informal nebula, so lively and protean, of associations, cooperatives in the social and solidarity economy and NGOs to take over. It is now that we must create a debate that can give hope to the peoples of Europe. Do they not have in common a past, too often murderous but also full of artistic, technical, scientific and political splendours (the emergence of modern democracy…)? They still have to invent their future.

Who would be a stakeholder and constituent part of the European Republic? All States, regions or peoples of Europe who so wish. But it is clear that this could not be achieved and reach a critical size without, at a minimum, the participation of France and Germany, plus Italy and/or Spain. It is also clear that such a project can only be truly meaningful if it is sufficiently exemplary on at least two levels: on the one hand, on the preservation of ecological balances, and on the other, on the reinvention and revitalization of a democratic ideal.  The European Republic, which must now be built, will have the project of strengthening a peaceful and equitable multilateral world order. It will be built around common public policies for collective well-being, developed and evaluated in a participatory manner, with deliberate and shared objectives (ecology, energy, the fight against inequality and poverty, etc.), and no longer as a correlate of the single market. 

II International conference “Social Solidarity Economy & the Commons”: call for contributions

You will find in annex the call for contributions for the second edition of the international conference “Social Solidarity Economy & the Commons”, which will take place from the 6th to the 8th of November 2019 at Instituto Universitário de Lisboa (ISCTE-IUL) in Lisbon, Portugal. The general theme of this year’s edition is “Contributions to the Deepening of Democracy”. Please submit proposals by email to  ssecommons.cei@iscte-iul.pt . The submission deadline is May 31st 2019.

19th RIUESS Meeting: “SSE of culture and culture of SSE”
RIUESS 2019 call

The 19th Meeting of the Inter-university Network of the Social and Solidarity Economy (based in France) will focus on the theme “SSE of culture and culture of SSE“. It will take place on the 15th to 17th of May, 2019 at the University Paris-Est Marne-la-Vallée.

You will find the call for papers on this website.

The date of receipt of abstracts is 12 January 2019.

October 2018 resources (in collaboration with socioeco.org)
September 13, 2018
0

Some reading suggestions for October 2018…

  • COOPStarter
    2018 [lire]
  • Global study on youth entrepreneurship WITH A FOCUS ON WORKER, SOCIAL AND INDEPENDENT PRODUCERS’/WORKERS’ COOPERATIVES
    Elisa Terrasi
    CICOPA
    2018 [lire]
  • Seven ways to build the solidarity economy
    Emily Kawano
    Article of Transformation, September 4, 2018
    2018 [lire]
  • The International Fair Trade Charter
    How the Global Fair Trade Movement works to transform trade in order to achieve justice, equity and sustainability for people and planet
    2018 [lire]

in German

  • Historische Entwicklung und Wirkungsanalyse sozialer Unternehmen in Deutschland
    Karl Birkhölzer
    2018 [lire]
GA2018: more inter-cooperation and convergence!

In a lively Zagreb filled with people enjoying the world cup festive atmosphere, RIPESS EU – Solidarity Economy Europe celebrated its 7th General Assembly meeting with members from all over the continent, from Spain to Russia. The first day – Friday 15th of June – was dedicated to the “Good Economy Conference” sessions, in the beautiful setting of the Kino Tuskana theater, with a small yet rich and colourful local producer fair and many sessions dedicated to sharing experiences from Croatia, the Balkan region and the rest of Europe.

The dinner party in Zmag’s Recycled Estate Farm – 30 km out of Zagreb – was the most welcoming, convivial and social networking evening there could be, where new members got to know the rest of the RIPESS crowd as well as the great Zmag team.  Pizza and local craft beer, as well as reggae music, helped create a true multicultural atmosphere.

One of the oldest schools in Zagreb, in the old part of town, was the setting for the actual Genera Assembly for an intense day and a half of strategy discussions (on convergence with other alter-economic movements, public policies and SSE, education, peer training and cultural change), elections for the renewal of the coordination committee and admission of new members.  Three new members joined the network: Bio Fair coop from the Czech Republic, Fair Trade Poland and Good Earth cooperative from Macedonia.

One of the main issues discussed was the promotion of the World Social Forum on Transformative Economies, a three year process of alliances and convergence with two main events planned to take place in Barcelona in Spring 2019 and 2020.  More to come about it…

The last day was dedicated to foster the inter-cooperation among members, sharing ideas, projects and areas of work where new exchanges and common actions can be discussed and help advance SSE concretely all over Europe as well as at the international level, connecting with the other continental networks of RIPESS.

Last but not least, lunch and dinner were assured by the excellent food prepared by two catering cooperatives, Taste of Home (whose main worker-members are refugees and asylum seekers) and Avocado, with the participation of local “Food not bombs” food recyclers…

Independent media talk about SSE

The independent media are close to SSE, often by their statutes but particularly by the values they defend. But how do they approach it? Here is a selection of articles of independent media from the last two months. You can also find them on the map of socioeco.org: Journalist for solutions (Articles are located on the city where the SSE initiative takes place or, in case of a general article, in the city where the media is located).

As you will see, the articles are in their original language, due do the language diversity in Europe. For Greek, for which the journal Efsyn is particularly present with sometimes several articles per week on SSE, a summary in English is included. This will allow you to perceive what are the themes dealt with by these media: sustainable development, refugees, selfmanagement, cooperatives, organic farming, etc. Do not hesitate to send us an article or the site of a media to improve the map and our knowledge of SSE. Write to Françoise Wautiez: fwautiez [at] socioeco.org

Image Dreamstime in Efsyn

Spanish
  • Economía que te quiero verde, y social, y solidaria
    Fernando Sabín Galán, Soraya González, Marta Monasterio Martín
    Artículo de La Marea, 28 de abril 2018  [lire]
  • Economía social y solidaria, economía para la vida
    Enrique Quintanilla
    Artículo de El Diario.es del 29 de abril 2018  [lire]
  • Redes de Economía Solidaria o cambiar el actual modelo económico y sus “efectos perversos”
    Carmen Bachiller
    Artículo de El Diario.es del 28 de abril 2018  [lire]
  • Llaman al uso del tumin como moneda alternativa
    Laura Elizabeth Trejo
    artículo de Independiente, 30 abril 2018  [lire]
  • Alternativas Economicas n°57 – Dossier : Economias transformadoras 2018 [lire]
French
  • Au nord de Lyon, les collégiens animent leur Amap
    Hugo Jamard
    Article de Reporterre, 4 mai 2018  [lire]
  • Ponyride : un tiers lieu pour un Détroit plus inclusif et durable
    Léa Massaré Di Duca,
    article de SocialAlter, 14/05/2018  [lire]
  • Kobane • Les coopératives comme outil d’émancipation des femmes
    Article de Kedistan, 8 mai 2018  [lire]
  • De nouveaux indicateurs de richesse peuvent-ils contribuer à la nécessaire transition écologique et sociale ?
    Jean Gadrey
    Le Blog de Jean Gadrey, Alternatives économiques, 28/05/2018 [lire]
English
  • Meet the people building alternatives to mining in Colombia
    Article of RED Pepper, April 19, 2018  [lire]
  • Kobane • Cooperatives as a tool for women’s empowerment
    Article of Kedistan, 8 May 2018  [lire]
  • and a video with Stir magazine: Stir it up-Alternative economy at work.
    Joe Diomede  2018 [lire]
Catalan
  • Recuperem la sobirania periodística
    Sara Blázquez
    Articulo de Setembre, 24/04/2018 [lire] (also translated into French, Spanish and English in this newsletter)
  • Toni Lodeiro: «El consum conscient no pot dependre de persones ultramotivades o amb bona capacitat econòmica»
    Josep Comajoan
    Articulo de Setembre, 27/05/2018 [lire]
Italian
  • Le comunità che trasformano l’economia
    Monica di Sisto, Riccardo Troisi
    articolo de Comune.info, 16 maggio 2018  [lire]
  • Si moltiplicano le “food coop”: a Parma un nuovo supermercato sostenibile e partecipativo
    Chiara Spedero
    Articolo de Altreconomia 25 maggio 2018 [lire]
  • Commercio equo e solidale, la rivoluzione in casa
    Ilaria Sesana
    Articolo de Altreconomia 1 maggio 2018  [lire]
Greek
  • Εξι μέρες Κ.ΑΛ.Ο. στο Μετρό Συντάγματος (6 days SSE in the Metro Sindagma)
    Aphrodite Tziantzi
    Article of EFSYN, 21/05/2018  [lire]
  • Στο Ηράκλειο… βγαίνουν τα κουκιά συνεταιριστικά! (In Heraklion … the beans are cooperative!)
    Marios Dionellis
    Article of EFSYN, 21/05/2018  [lire]
  • «Συν-εργώ» και χείρα κίνει (Work together)
    Christos Provezis, Athena Liapikou
    Article of EFSYN, 14/05/2018  [lire]
  • Ας μην τρέφουμε αυταπάτες περί «ηθικού καπιταλισμού» (Let us not have delusions about « ethical capitalism »)
    Aphrodite Tziantzi
    Article of EFSYN, 07/05/2018  [lire]
  • Βιώσιμες, αξιοπρεπείς θέσεις εργασίας για όλους μέσω των συνεταιρισμών (Sustainable, decent jobs for all through cooperatives)
    Michael Angelos Konstantopoulos
    Article of EFSYN, 07/05/2018  [lire]
  • Η κρίση στην Ελλάδα έφερε κι ένα Κ.ΑΛ.Ο.! (The crisis in Greece also brought SSE!)
    Aphrodite Tziantzi
    Article of EFSYN, 30/04/2018  [lire]
  • Η Γαλλία διχάζεται: η Κ.ΑΛ.Ο. στα λόγια και η Κ.ΑΛ.Ο. στην πράξη (France is divided: SSE in words and SSE in practice)
    Aphrodite Tziantzi
    Article of EFSYN, 30/04/2018  [lire]
  • O σπόρος των «κοινών» καρποφόρησε (The seed of the « common » was fruitful A brief review of the Commonsfest)
    Article of EFSYN, 23/04/2018 [lire]
  • Ενα Δίκαιο Νόμισμα στα χέρια των πολλών και… όχι των τραπεζών (A Currency in the hands of many and … not of banks)
    Lena Kyriakidi
    Article of EFSYN, 16.042018  [lire]
  • Ξαναβλέποντας το μέλλον πέρα από τον καπιταλισμό (Revising the future beyond capitalism)
    Tasos Tsakiroglou
    Article of EFSYN, 16/04/2018  [lire]
  • Ο παραδοσιακός σπόρος περνά από χέρι σε χέρι και από γενιά σε γενιά
    Ioanna Sotirchou
    Article of EFSYN, 02/04/2018  [lire]

 

Independent media talk about SSE

The independent media are close to SSE, often by their statutes but particularly by the values they defend. But how do they approach it? Here is a selection of articles of independent media from the last two months. You can also find them on the map of socioeco.org: Journalist for solutions (Articles are located on the city where the SSE initiative takes place or, in case of a general article, in the city where the media is located).

As you will see, the articles are in their original language, due do the language diversity in Europe. For Greek, for which the journal Efsyn is particularly present with sometimes several articles per week on SSE, a summary in English is included. This will allow you to perceive what are the themes dealt with by these media: sustainable development, refugees, selfmanagement, cooperatives, organic farming, etc. Do not hesitate to send us an article or the site of a media to improve the map and our knowledge of SSE. Write to Françoise Wautiez: fwautiez [at] socioeco.org

Image from Setembre

Spanish
  • El Parlamento y el sector de la economía solidaria abren el diálogo sobre una estrategia canaria de desarrollo sostenible
    Artículo de El diario.es, 10 de febrero 2018 [lire] (Gran Canaria)
  • Es la economía social, estúpido
    Pedro Bravo
    Artículo de El Diario.es del 20 de marzo 2018 [lire]
    (Madrid)
  • Resistir es crear, resistir es transformar
    Merche Cerverón
    Artículo de El Salto,25/03/2018 [lire]
    (Bahia, Brasil)
Italian
  • Comunità in cammino verso l’autosufficienza alimentare
    Articolo de Viaggio nell’Italia che cambia, 5 de febbraio 2018  [lire]
    (Emilia Romagna, Italia)
  • Le imprese dell’Economia del bene comune #5 – Almacabio
    Paolo Cignini
    Articolo de Viaggio nell’Italia che cambia, 15 marzo 2018 [lire]
      (Bolzano, Italia)
  • Agricoltura sociale: “I giovani con autismo trovano lavoro e crescita”
    Articolo de Viaggio nell’Italia che cambia, 29 marzo 2018 [lire]
      (Mantova, Italia)
  • Se in dieci anni nulla è cambiato, noi cambiamo Valori
    Andrea Baranes, articolo di Valori, 11 Aprile 2018 [lire]
French
  • La ferme collective de la Condamine cultive l’entraide et la sobriété
    Article de Reporterre, 8 février 2018  [lire]
      (Montpellier)
  • L’« Atelier Paysan » Le succès d’une coopérative qui aide les paysans à acquérir leur autonomie technologique et à ne pas se surendetter
    Lucile Leclair
    Article de Bastamag, 23 février 2018 [lire]
    (Renage, France)
  • L’agroécologie, le pari pour la paix d’un collectif libanais
    Emmanuel Haddad, Buzurna Juzurna
    Article de Reporterre, 27 février 2018  [lire]
    (Beyrouth, Liban)
Spanish/French/English
  • El campamento de exiliadas kurdas auto gestionado de Lavrio
    Artículo de Kedistan, 26/03/2018 [lire]
    (Lavrio, Grecia)
  • A Lavrio, un camp d’exilé.e.s kurdes auto-géré
    Article de Kedistan, 7 mars 2018 2018 [lire] (Lavrio, Grèce)
  • In Lavrio, a self-governed camp of Kurdish exiles
    Article of Kedistan, March 7; 2018 2018 [lire]
    (Lavrio, Greece)
Catalan
  • Si no ens plantegem per què la societat civil s’organitza democràticament, per què ens ho plantegem en el món econòmic?
    Josep Comajoan
    Articulo de Setembre, 16/03/2018 [lire]
  • Que vénen els supermercats cooperatius! (I la febre “Food Coop”)
    Toni Lodeiro
    Articulo de Opcions.org, 02/03/2018 [lire]
  • La XAREC treballarà amb els ateneus cooperatius per estendre pel territori la nova cooperativa de serveis de l’hostaleria i el turisme socialment responsable
    Articulo de Setembre, 11/03/2018  [lire]
    (Mataro, España)
Greek
  • Οι συνεταιρισμοί εκπροσωπούν το 10% της παγκόσμιας απασχόλησης (Cooperatives represent 10% of world’s employment)
    Article of EFSYN, 05/02/2018  [lire]
  • Pressenza: Η δημοσιογραφία που αγωνίζεται για τα ανθρώπινα δικαιώματα (Pressenza: journalism for human rights)
    Lena Kyriakidi
    Article of EFSYN, 05/02/2018  [lire]
  • Η ΚΟΙΝΣΕΠ Welcommon σε κρίσιμο σταυροδρόμι (Welcommon at a crucial crossroad)
    Ioanna Sotirchou
    Article of EFSYN, 05/02/2018  [lire]
  • Διαγωνισμός για υπηρεσίες καθαριότητας από φορείς Κ.Α.Λ.Ο (A cleaning contest exclusively for SSE organizations) Article of EFSYN, 10/02/2018  [lire]
  • Το «Εμπρός» συνεχίζει δυνατότερο από ποτέ (Embros goes on stronger than ever)
    Lena Kyriakidi
    Article of EFSYN, 12/02/2018  [lire]
  • Mares de Madrid: οι μαδριλένικες «θάλασσες» της Κοινωνικής και Αλληλέγγυας Οικονομίας (Mares de Madrid)
    Athena Arabatzis
    Article of EFSYN, 12/02/2018  [lire]
  • Ludd: σχεδιασμός και κατασκευές με «ανοιχτό κώδικα» και αυτοδιαχείριση (Ludd: design and making of with open source and self-management)
    Aphrodite Tziantzi
    Article of EFSYN, 12/02/2018  [lire]
  • «…για Κ.Αλ.Ο. …στο ΜΕΤΡΟ» (For SSE … in the Metro)
    Lena Kyriakidi
    Article of EFSYN, 18/02/2018  [lire]
  • Οι θεραπευόμενοι στο Δαφνί έχουν το δικό τους περιβόλι (People treated at Dafni have their own garden)
    Aphrodite Tziantzi

    Article of EFSYN, 26/02/2018  [lire]
  • Εκδήλωση για την «ανανεώσιμη ενέργεια εναντίον της ανεργίας νέων» (Event on ‘Renewable Energy Against Youth Unemployment’)
    Article of EFSYN, 02/03/2018  [lire]
  • Το ζήτημα της τεχνολογικής υποστήριξης για το νέο συνεταιριστικό κίνημα (The issue of technological support for the new cooperative movement)
    Article of EFSYN, 05/03/2018  [lire]
  • Δρομολογείται η χρηματοδότηση των Κέντρων Στήριξης Κ.ΑΛ.Ο. (A step forward for the finance of Supports Centers for SSE) Article of EFSYN, 05/03/2018  [lire]
  • Καινοτόμες λύσεις σε κοινωνικές προκλήσεις (Innovative solutions to social challenges)Lena Kyriakidi Article of EFSYN, 12/03/2018  [lire]
  • «Να επενδύσουν οι νέοι τις γνώσεις και δεξιότητές τους σε συνεταιρισμούς» (Young people should invest their knowledge and skills in cooperatives)  Cristina Pantzou
    Article of EFSYN, 19/03/2018  [lire]
  • Με πυξίδα την τέχνη στη σχεδία της ζωής (With art as compass in the raft of life)
    Ioanna Sotirchou
    Article of EFSYN, 19/03/2018 [lire]
  • Νερό… γάργαρο και συνεργατικό, όχι νερό ιδιωτικό (Clean and collaborative water, no private water)
    Apostolos Lykessas
    Article of EFSYN, 26/03/2018  [lire]
  • Φτηνή στέγη από πλαστικά μπουκάλια για τους σεισμόπληκτους του Μεξικού (Affordable housing from plastic bottles for the victims of the earthquake in Mexico)
    Cristina Pantzou
    Article of EFSYN, 26/03/2018  [lire]
Transformative economy: final report of the SSEDAS-SUSY research
SuSy - Sustainable and Solidarity Economy

The SSEDAS-SUSY project published its final analysis of the research “Transformative economy: challenges and limits of the Social and Solidarity Economy (SSE)” in 55 territories in Europe and in the World.

Read more

Skip to toolbar