Here is a list of past events. Current events are here.

Money matters. Money is created, money is destroyed. Money is spent, money is earned. Money is borrowed, money is lent. Money is debt that creates income. Money divides us, money unites us. Money is a social, a political and a juridical relationship. We cannot escape it.   More information and registration on the website of […]

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  The forum orgenised by the Change Finance Coalition will bring together:   A movement of civil society organisations and activists A network of academics and experts Sustainable economy and finance practitioners Engaged citizens   What can you expect?   A great line-up of speakers A unique network A charged atmosphere We will continue to develop our vision and […]

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In this Lab we will unravel the nature of the money as we know it. And we will examine and experiment with novel currencies as social technologies to empower the economies of transition that are needed for social justice and sustainable development.

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Organised by IFLAS (the Institute for Leadership and Sustainability at the Unversitz of Cumbria) as part of the UNCTAD World Investment Forum in Geneva, Blockchains for Sustainable Development will be one of the very few blockchain-focused events this year that will have heads of state and senior government officials from around the world attending.

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Is a world dominated by profit and competition a good place to be? This summer program focuses on ways to restructure economic systems to embody sustainable use of resources and a more collaborate society overall. At AEMS you learn about: The variety of alternative economic and monetary systems that are already in practice worldwide. Ecologic […]

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On Sunday the 10th of June, a referendum about the introduction of a new monetary system will be held in Switzerland.
This marks a historic chance, allowing citizens to vote on who is to issue the money they use: leaving it to commercial banks as practices today or restore this as the exclusive right of the central bank.

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