This popular education workshop and panel discussion will bring together folks at the forefront of the local, regional, and national movement to RESIST an economy run by banks and tanks and to BUILD an alternative, grassroots system that puts people over profit.
The relationship between local governments and the social economy, was the focus of the Global Social Economy Forum, which took place earlier this month in Montreal, Quebec, a province where roughly 7% of the workforce is employed by a co-op or non-profit business and where public investment in the sector hovers around $100 Million CAD annually.
Join us as we dig deep into what the road ahead holds in building a solidarity economy, new leadership,politics, roles, and relationships.
RootsCamp is an annual gathering of progressive organizers from across issues and around the country who learn, celebrate, and grow together. It is run as an unconference, meaning YOU set the agenda.
Facing Race: A National Conference is presented by Race Forward: The Center for Racial Justice Innovation. A unique collaborative space for racial justice movement making, Facing Race is the largest multiracial, inter-generational gathering for organizers, educators, creatives and other leaders.
For 27 years, Bioneers has been the leading summit calling for a revolution from the heart of nature. Come explore practical, visionary solutions to live more harmoniously on this planet.
Join Northern Plains Resource Council for a one-day Homegrown Prosperity Conference to help us explore how we can build an economy that brings prosperity to all Montanans — including rural communities, young folks, blue collar workers, and Native peoples.
WSF-Montreal in 2016 as an event and a process , included in the wider process of WSF, is a tool for promoting convergences of people energies and solutions for building another world.
“How do we transition from a world of domination and extraction to a world of resilience and regeneration” is the organizing question for Movement
It’s time to open up your campus as a space for critical inquiry and learning to discuss what it will take to transform our society into a truly sustainable, equitable, and democratic one.