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Take Back Work: Surviving Well

Ready to continue in our dialogue about what Gibson-Graham, Cameron, and Healy mean by take back the economy? In order to do that it is helpful to use their words: For us, take back the economy through ethical action means: … Continue reading

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Take Back the Economy – An Ethical Guide for Transforming our Communities

As part of continuing our collective sojourn into popular economics, a few of us at Catalyst have committed to reading Take Back the Economy together. We also have agreed how important it is to invite you to discuss with us … Continue reading

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June offering for Democratic Facilitation by Design.

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If People Counted – some links

In case you are curious to get started on developing your Pop Econ muscles, here are some links that might be of interest to you. Links to Organizations with an Interest in Popular Economics Canadian Centre for Policy Alternatives … Continue reading

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If People Counted June 2013

Everyone is talking and worrying about the economy. So many people have different opinions and it is not always clear who a reliable source is. So what does it all mean? Catalyst is interested in having a conversation with you … Continue reading

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