Tag Archives: generative economy

I’m a community developer at heart

I was googling for some info on community development definitions for  a piece I’m writing elsewhere and came across Jim Ife’s wonderful work, coincidentally I had just lent Jim’s book to a social work student on placement at Sandbag yesterday.  … Continue reading

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A hand up not a hand out: Is Social Enterprise the Answer?- Politics in the pub this Wednesday

This Wednesday the 6th November as part of the Changemakers Festival the Queensland Social Enterprise Council and the New Farm Neighbourhood Centre (NFNC) are hosting Politics in the pub at the Brisbane Powerhouse.  What is the best way to support the marginalised in … Continue reading

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Thatcher is dead. No cause for celebration.

Please, no eulogising of Thatcher. She and Reagan were two of the architects of the modern free market economy currently ruining society and the environment. Forced poverty by the right wing onto working people through the thoughts (and sometimes misreading) … Continue reading

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The Economy: Under new ownership

It’s no accident that the deep redesign of our economy isn’t beginning in Washington, D.C. It is rooted in relationships: to the living earth and to one another. The generative economy finds fertile soil for its growth within the human … Continue reading

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