El Departamento de Economía Decolonial de El Cambalache organiza su tercer taller online: "Haz tu propia Economía no Capitalista."
El taller se imparte tanto en inglés como en español, y se desarrollará en sesiones de dos horas los sábados del 29 de mayo al 11 de septiembre de 2021.
El Cambalache fue fundado en 2015 y es un proyecto de economía sin dinero ubicado en San Cristóbal de las Casas, Chiapas, hecho por y para las…
The Department of Decolonial Economics at El Cambalache is running its third online workshop: Make Your Own Non-Capitalist Economy.
The workshop is provided in both English and Spanish, and will take place as two-hour sessions on Saturdays from May 29 to September 11, 2021.
El Cambalache was founded in 2015 and is a moneyless economy project located in San Cristóbal de las Casas, Chiapas, made by and for women and everyone in…
“What would the cultural economy be like if it loved Black and Indigenous people?” This is the question posed by a recently released report on arts and cultural grantmaking in the United States.
Solidarity Not Charity: Arts and Culture Grantmaking in the Solidarity Economy is a rapid report, with supporting video and website, created for Grantmakers in the Arts by…
A recently released 3-minute animation captures the findings of a 3-year research project on cultures of manufacturing for the 21st century.
The animation, Manufacturing Futures: Beyond Business as Usual, highlights how manufacturers can produce in ways that are socially just and environmentally responsible.
The animation is based on…
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