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Article / 13th September 2016

There are many questions still to be answered in the growing literature on the commons, central to which is the role of the state in respecting and fulfilling our basic socioeconomic rights. The ‘commons’ can become a very strong discourse and practice to re-order today’s progressive political forces, but does it mean we have to abandon universal claims of equality and human rights? An enquiry by Francine Mestrum.

Report / 5th September 2016

Po tako številnih letih politične neaktivnosti lahko revščino v svetu obilja izkorenini samo množični izraz volje do dobrega navadnih ljudi na množičnih in nenehnih protestih v vseh državah sveta. Pojdimo torej po poti najmanjšega odpora in skupaj razglasimo že dolgo dogovorjene človekove pravice iz 25. člena Splošne deklaracije človekovih pravic.

Article / 1st September 2016

What is common wealth? And how might we use it to build a more local, equitable and sustainable economy? Peter Barnes imagines an economy in which everyone benefits from a variety of co-inherited and co-created assets.

Blog / 23rd August 2016

Only when public conscience is sufficiently awakened to the critical needs of others, only when a huge swathe of the populace is standing up for the basic rights of the poorest among us – only then can we talk of a humanity that shares in any meaningful sense of the word.

Article / 22nd August 2016

In this thinkpiece for The Next System Project, David Korten sets out his 'natural case for sharing'. No-one has a right to own or control, for his or her exclusive private benefit, a share of assets essential to living far beyond any conceivable personal need, if this results in depriving others of a means to life, he argues. Redistribution to achieve a semblance of economic democracy is not only just, it is an imperative of a viable human future.