There’s nothing good about parents struggling to feed their children, thousands of , about competent teachers loosing their jobs and teaching without books. families becoming homeless
There’s nothing good about rising xenophobia (i. e. Golden Dawn in Greece) and public health care being suddenly only for some of the citizens.
On September 27 and 28 the 2. European Congress on Global Education took place in Lisbon: Education, Interdependence & Solidarity in a Changing World.
In 2002, at the first congress Global Education had been defined as “Education that opens people’s eyes and minds to the realities of the world, and awakens them to bring
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Tagged alternative, austerity, crisis, Europe, global education, Lisbon, Lisbon Declaration, Maastricht Declaration, Southern Europe, transformation, Troika |
The fordist model is dead, long live co-operatives? An alternative way to do business.
Robert Murray discusses in a new
Red Pepper article the prospects of co-operatives as a solution to the current economic crisis. It stands out for its focus on accountability and social-driven long-term focus. Continue reading
Posted in Economy |
Tagged alternative economy, articles, co-ops, Coop, cooperative banking, cooperatives, credit unions, crisis, Raiffeisen, Robert Murray, social economy |