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Principles of Local Economic Democracy

depicting principles of economic democracy

May 17
2023 - July 5
7:00 pm - 8:00 pm EDT

Online event

All attendees will receive a meeting invite



Every Wednesday from May 17 to July 5

7pm ET / 4pm PT


Today's political institutions are breaking down because modern civilization has not embraced economic democracy for the use and management of our commons. This seminar discusses seven basic steps toward the development of economic democracy at local and regional levels.



Session 1- May 17

Freedom to use resources: guaranteeing the right of all people to produce and utilize their common resources


Session 2 – May 24

Equal access to resources: ensuring that the commons are available for everyone who needs them


Session 3 – May 31

Decentralized production and distribution: cooperating in the creation and allocation of resources for the people of the region where they are produced


Session 4 – June 7

Harmonious design of regional communities: helping citizens adapt to social and environmental changes in their development and use of common resources


Session 5 – June 14

Managing complexity: providing education and technology for the management of common resources to build communities and advance regional society


Session 6 – June 21

The story of self-sufficiency: organizing citizens to participate in decision-making for the generation, distribution and protection of their regional commons


Session 7 – June 28

Sustainable use of resources: governing renewable and non-renewable resources to ensure they are plentiful and equitable for people in the future


Session 8 – July 5

What kind of world are we inhabiting next: transforming our regional systems of economics and governance for the benefit of everyone


Register for the event

“Principles of Local Economic Democracy”





Register for the event

“Principles of Local Economic Democracy”

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