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Catalyzing worker co-ops & the solidarity economy

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The Co-operative Enterprise Council of New Brunswick is a community economic development agency with a mission to support co-ops, credit unions, mutuals and enterprises that:

  • Operate on democratic principles
  • Address social, environmental or cultural goals
  • Put people and planet before profit

 

Social.coop is a cooperatively-run corner of the Fediverse.

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NPQ uses a range of media channels to help advance critical conversations that can refine nonprofit and social movement policy and practice.

Diana Leafe Christian, author of Creating a Life Together and Finding Community, speaks at conferences, offers consultations, and leads workshops and webinars on creating successful new communities, and on Sociocracy, an effective self-governance and decision-making method. She has written on community accountability issues for Communities magazine and in Creating a Life Together. She lives at Earthaven Ecovillage in North Carolina.

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GDC talks cover a range of developmental topics including game design, programming, audio, visual arts, business management, production, online games, and much more.

We build software for collaborative decision making, used by thousands of organisations and communities around the world. If you’re looking for a way to make group decisions without meeting, try it out at loomio.org.

Round Sky Solutions is a dynamic organization comprised of compassionate and powerful people that has influenced our region to become sustainable, fair and self-organized, catalyzing a more generative world.

Round Sky Solutions delivers the capacity to rapidly metabolize complexity into effective action for mission-driven organizations and individuals through trainings and individualized coaching.

Organizational and communication consultant for innovative companies, international networks, and research and higher education institutions. Associate professor at EADA Business School in Barcelona, where he researches organizational practices of p2p organizations, leadership and business models of the new economy, and technopolitical activism. He is also a specialist in imagination and symbolic sensemaking in organizations, and obtained a phd degree with his thesis entitled “On Tricksters and Bricoleurs: Methodologies of the Imaginary for Critical Management Innovation. He is currently developing a p2p organization theory framework, based in what he has learned from organizations such as X-Net, Las Indias, Ouishare or The Cacophony Society.

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