On Saturday, November 4th, Winona LaDuke will deliver the keynote address at the 37th Annual E. F. Schumacher Lectures, which will take place at the Mahaiwe Performing Arts Center in Great Barrington, Massachusetts. Her talk will be followed by a panel discussion led by Nwamaka Agbo, a member of Schumacher Center’s board of directors and the Innovation Fellow at the Movement Strategy Center in Oakland, California.
People across Baltimore are uniting around a core belief and expectation that our City will invest in community driven development that meets our basic needs.
Bringing community developers and community economic developers together to connect, learn, and celebrate!
The Empower Kentucky Summit will be largest gathering ever of a diverse set of Kentuckians figuring out what it will take to bring about Kentucky's Bright Energy Future.
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.
The Living the Next Economy Bay Area Collaborative is excited to announce the Living the Next Economy 2016 Convergence, to be held October 21-23 at Oakstop! The Collaborative a broad coalition of community leaders and social entrepreneurs committed to advancing radically inclusive economic, racial, and environmental justice solutions in Oakland.
New Economy Project invites you to its 20th Anniversary Workshop Series! Join New Economy Project for interactive workshops that explore strategies for building a just economy in New York City neighborhoods and beyond. The five-part series is open to community organizing and advocacy groups.
Local Prosperity 2016: A Regional Conference on New Economics for Rural Canada will focus on how individuals, businesses, and communities can begin to design and then implement local business strategies, individual, family and community planning ideas, and municipal and provincial policy alternatives that begin to put Atlantic Canada’s communities on the road to prosperity and long-term health.
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.
The first continental Social Solidarity Economy Forum in North America