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November 29, 2020
3:00 pm / 5:00 pm UTC+2

Readings and discussion of themes from Tracksuits, Traumas and Class Traitors by D.P. Hunter, hosted by Solidarity Economy Association

Dialogue

Practices of solidarity economy and transformative justice are woven into the social fabric of communities at the sharp end of the neoliberal system – often invisible to, and ignored by, people outside those communities. D.P. Hunter has written about his own experiences at the bottom end of the British class system in his two books, ‘Chav Solidarity’ and ‘Tracksuits, Traumas and Class Traitors’, and examples of solidarity and collective survival practices are interwoven throughout this work. What would supporting and learning from these practices and communities look like?  To register : https://us02web.zoom.us/meeting/register/tZIlc-GqqzIqHNNrykWSbZh_8yxtdfG2K7ol
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December 1, 2020
2:00 pm / 3:30 pm UTC+2

MIND OUR BUSINESS The transformative power of sustainable and inclusive business models

Webinar

1 December 2020, 14:00 - 15:30 CET   Registration link : https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLScLZX1Fr9eQa22eD8WBqFg_VJAnfGvKlHfnGRAVhbeb3PcAaQ/viewform   *only registered participants will receive the zoom link   As COVID-19 continues to rage across the globe and we all await the arrival of a vaccine, CONCORD, FTAO and Cooperatives Europe believe we should use this time to fundamentally rethink and rebuild our current systems better. Current economic and business models have proven to be brittle and unsustainable, while viable and resilient alternatives capable of pursuing simultaneously social, environmental, economic and governance goals, should be supported, scaled up and become mainstream. Only then will we be able to coherently address the massive setbacks in our progress towards achieving the Sustainable Development Goals. With the political priority to construct an economy that works for people, the upcoming European Social Economy Summit and Action Plan and human rights due diligence and sustainable corporate governance legislation, European political leaders seem to share this reflection. Over the coming months, unique opportunities present themselves to integrate these ambitions also in the EU’s external action. The EU is agreeing on its 2021-2027 external funding instruments and programmes, its Team Europe initiatives and responses to COVID-19. The EU is reviewing its trade policy, agreeing on a new relationship with African Caribbean and Pacific States and will continue to shape its bi-regional partnership with Africa. High time to discuss with key decision-makers, civil society, business and partner country representatives how to make the most of these opportunities, which we simply cannot miss!
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