[P2P-F] Fwd: [CommonGood] Degrowth im movement(s) - 21 texts in English online, 3 texts incl. Unconditional Basic Income

Michel Bauwens michel at p2pfoundation.net
Tue Jan 24 16:35:11 CET 2017

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Date: Tue, Jan 24, 2017 at 9:35 PM
Subject: [CommonGood] Degrowth im movement(s) - 21 texts in English online,
3 texts incl. Unconditional Basic Income
To: Common Good Newsgroup <commongood at listi.jpberlin.de>

*Degrowth im movement(s) - 21 texts in English online, 3 texts incl. **UBI:*

*- See especially text number 18 : Unconditional Basic Income
Ronald Blaschke - "**Sustainable Ecological Transition is Impossible
Without Unconditional Social Security for All People"*

*also text number 5 "Care Revolution" and text number 8 "Degrowth".*

Best regards, Ronald Blaschke


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*Degrowth in movement(s) - 21 texts now available in English!*

[image: DIM Logo] <https://www.degrowth.de/en/dim/>

Degrowth is not only a label for an ongoing discussion on alternatives,
and not just an academic debate, but also an emerging social
movement. Regardless of many similarities, there is quite some lack
of knowledge as well as scepticism, prejudice and misunderstanding
about the different perspectives, assumptions, traditions, strategies
and protagonists both within degrowth circles as well as within
other social movements. Here, space for learning emerges – also to
avoid the danger of repeating mistakes and pitfalls of other
social movements.

At the same time, degrowth is a perspective or a proposal which is or can
become an integral part of other perspectives and social movements. The
integration of alternatives, which are discussed under the discursive roof
of degrowth, into other perspectives often fails because of the above
mentioned scepticisms, prejudices and misunderstandings.

*The multi-media project "Degrowth in movement(s)" shows which initiatives
and movements develop and practice social, ecological and democratic
alternatives*. Representatives from 32 different fields describe their work
and history, their similarities & differences to others and possible
alliances. From the Solidarity Economy to the Refugee-Movement, from
Unconditional Basic Income to the Anti-Coal-Movement, from Care Revolution
to the Trade Unions - they discuss their relationship to degrowth in texts,
videos, photos and podcasts.

The project was run by the "Konzeptwerk Neue Ökonomie" (Laboratory for New
Economic Ideas) in Germany, so most of the authors are from there. However,
there are a couple of clearly international perspectives and most of the
movements work far beyond the national level.

You can find the English texts
<http://www.degrowth.de/en/dim/degrowth-in-movements/> here. For now, we
have translated 21 texts:

   1. Introduction
   <http://www.degrowth.de/en/dim/degrowth-in-movements/introduction/> by
   Corinna Burkhart, Dennis Eversberg, Matthias Schmelzer and Nina Treu
   2. 15 M <http://www.degrowth.de/en/dim/degrowth-in-movements/15m/> by
   Eduard Nus
   3. Artivism
   <http://www.degrowth.de/en/dim/degrowth-in-movements/artivism/> by John
   4. Buen Vivir
   <https://www.degrowth.de/en/dim/degrowth-in-movements/buen-vivir/> by
   Alberto Acosta (with VIDEO)
   5. *Care Revolution
   <http://www.degrowth.de/en/dim/degrowth-in-movements/care-revolution/> by
   Matthias Neumann and Gabriele Winker*
   6. Climate Justice
   by Tadzio Müller
   7. Commons <http://www.degrowth.de/en/dim/degrowth-in-movements/commons/>
   by Johannes Euler and Leslie Gauditz
   8. *Degrowth
   <http://www.degrowth.de/en/dim/degrowth-in-movements/degrowth/> by Corinna
   Burkhart, Dennis Eversberg, Matthias Schmelzer and Nina Treu *
   9. Demonetize
   <http://www.degrowth.de/en/dim/degrowth-in-movements/demonetize/> by
   Andrea*s Exner, Justin Morgan, Franz Nahrada, Anitra Nelson, Christian
   10. Environmental Movement (NGO)
   by Franziska Sperfeld, Kai Niebert, Theresa Klostermeyer and Hauke Ebert
   11. Food Sovereignty
   by Irmi Salzer and Julianna Fehlinger
   12. Free Software
   by Gualter Barbas Baptista
   13. Peoples Global Action
   by Friederike Habermann (VIDEO coming soon)
   14. Radical Ecological Democracy
   by Ashish Kothari
   15. Refugee Movement
   by Olaf Bernau (with VIDEO)
   16. Solidarity Economy
   by Dagmar Embshoff, Clarita Müller-Plantenberg and Giuliana Giorgi
   17. Transition Initiatives
   Gesa Maschkowski, Stephanie Ristig-Bresser, Silvia Hable, Norbert Rost and
   Michael Schem
   18. *Unconditional Basic Income
   by Ronald Blaschke*
   19. Unions <https://www.degrowth.de/en/dim/degrowth-in-movements/unions/>
   by Jana Flemming and Norbert Reuter
   20. Youth Environmental Movement
   by Janna Aljets and Katharina Ebinger
   21. Closing chapter
   by Corinna Burkhart, Matthias Schmelzer and Nina Treu

Enjoy reading!

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