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Solidarity Economy

An evolving presentation created by the Center for Popular Economics. Last updated 7/31/12
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Emily Kawano

on 29 May 2015

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Transcript of Solidarity Economy

Governance
Finance/Capital
(Re)Production
Distribution & Exchange
Consumption/Use
Worker Cooperatives
self-employed
unpaid care work
barter
gift
fair trade
sell for money
Official currency - dollars
Alternative currency
local currency
time dollars/ time banks
electronic currency (LETS)
gleaning
lending/borrowing, sharing, reciprocity
sliding scale pricing
direct exchange
CSAs
Farmers markets
hunting & gathering
paid care labor
community-owned businesses
Producer Cooperatives
Non-profit businesses

childcare
eldercare
housework
helping a neighbor or friend
buying clubs
ethical consumption
voluntary simplicity
consumer cooperatives
collective kitchens
housing cooperatives
community land trusts
homesteading
mutual aid
Credit unions
cooperative banks
public banks
peer lending
cooperative loan funds
public investment
savings & loans
Community development credit unions
Property rights
Direct democracy
Participatory budgeting
waste-> input
commodity production (for sale) or exchange
retail sales
World / Eco-System
knowledge
culture
language
society
tradition
spirituality
water
air
land
energy
life
animals
plants
insects
minerals
humans
micro-organisms
DIY - do it yourself
Solidarity Economy
Justice system
representative democracy
Private property
Commons
mediation
restorative justice
Regulation
environment
working conditions
food & drug safety
public provision of goods & services
education
infrastructure
emergency services
safety net
retirement benefits
healthcare
unions
Principles
Solidarity
Cooperation
Equity
Sustainability
Demaocracy
Pluralism
Natural
Socially Created
Bank of the South
Principles
Solidarity
Equity
Democracy
Sustainability
Pluralism
Property Rights
Agro-ecology
waste->input
waste vegetable oil fuel
re-cycled inputs
eco-industry
production for use
Composting
Re-forestation
Restoration of wasteland
Sewage/water treatment
composting
bio-degradable products
lowering carbon footprint
Waste->Input
Inputs from our commons
raw materials
land
air
water
skills
knowledge
eco-villages
co-housing
Participatory planning
Global SE Movement
RIPESS (Intercontinental SE Network)
RIPESS-LAC
RIPESS Europe
Asian Alliance for the SE (AASE)
RIPESS - Africa
RIPESS-NA
U.S. Solidarity Economy Network
Chantier
CCEDNET (Canadian CED Network)
GESQ (Quebec SE Group)
pysche/emotional life
Permaculture
Open source
Shared goods & services
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