The New Economy Coalition is a network of organizations building a future where people, community, and ecosystems thrive.
The word “coalition” can be used in a number of different ways. For NEC, it means creating a network where New Economy activists can find one another, learn from each other, and build the trust necessary to take bold, large-scale action together.
In addition to periodic online and in-person gatherings like CommonBound and New Economy Week, NEC also works to host ongoing conversations on the issues that matter and to create infrastructure that enables deeper collaboration.
By amplifying the stories, tools, and analysis of our members, NEC works to advance a coherent and compelling narrative about what it means to build the next system--in part, by highlighting the work of those already doing so at scales both local and global.
Coalition members, drawn from across the US and Canada, are invited to come together each year at our annual meeting, typically in the summer, to meet one another face-to-face, help shape NEC programming for the coming year, and elect a portion of NEC’s board of directors.
The annual meeting is also a seeding ground for working groups made up of individuals from NEC member organizations. Working groups range in focus but include topics like understanding the policy landscape, supporting community organizing, and communications.
As a coalition of and by its members, NEC is committed to finding new and creative ways to help drive the work of our members forward. Coalition membership comes with an invitation to propose and convene new vehicles for ever deeper and more fruitful engagement.
For more information on coalition members, see our interactive map of organizations.