It's hard to convey what the sharing movement is about without describing how it looks in practice.
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As the idea of patterns of commoning suggests, commons are not objects, but actions.
The Netherlands will kick off the year 2017 by launching an experiment with an unconditional basic income starting in January - the culmination, for now, of a charismatic social scientists’ decades of activism.
Participatory budgeting is becoming increasingly popular, with more than 1,500 programs worldwide.
On a visit to Barcelona last week, I learned a great deal about the City’s pioneering role in developing "the city as a commons."
The mass protests across the United States in response to Donald Trump’s presidential election victory constitute a palpable and growing potential for the formation and constructive utilization of various anti-fascist fronts and coalitions.
In a "letter from Mondragon", recently published by on the Cincinnati Union Co-op Initiative (CUCI) website, Armin Isasti, makes some incisive and thought-provoking observations that I think we in the worker co-op movement would do well to consider.
The economy can often feel like it’s out of our control — a system that abides by its own forces that we have no power to influence.
There are also numerous commons-based projects focusing on the self-organised production and distribution of goods.
Nowadays, the social imagination is effectively being modelled in the framework of economism.