Free, Fair, and Alive: The Insurgent Power of the Commons
The power of the commons as a free, fair system of provisioning and governance beyond capitalism, socialism, and other -isms.
From co-housing and agroecology to fisheries and open-source everything, people around the world are increasingly turning to 'commoning' to emancipate themselves from a predatory market-state system.
Free, Fair, and Alive presents a foundational re-thinking of the commons -- the self-organized social system that humans have used for millennia to meet their needs. It offers a compelling vision of a future beyond the dead-end binary of capitalism versus socialism that has almost brought the world to its knees.
May First Movement Technology is a non-profit membership organization that engages in building movements by advancing the strategic use and collective control of technology for local struggles, global transformation, and emancipation without borders.
A directory of individuals in the community economy space. The Communities Economies Collective (CEC) seeks to bring about more sustainable and equitable forms of development by acting on new ways of thinking about economies and politics.
B.A., Bates College ’00 (Environmental Studies); M.S., UMass Amherst (Geography); PhD, Western Sydney University (Political and Social Thought)
Ethan Miller is an interdisciplinary lecturer at Bates College, teaching in Environmental Studies, Politics, and Anthropology. His research focuses on challenging and rethinking the distinctions between “economy,” “society,” and “environment” in sustainable development practice (particularly in Maine); on developing new concepts for understanding and negotiating our interdependencies with human and non-human communities, and on cultivating and strengthening diverse practices of livelihood beyond conventional capitalist employment. He pursues much of this work in conversation and collaboration with fellow members of the international Community Economies Collective.
Sustainable Economies Law Center cultivates a new legal landscape that supports community resilience and grassroots economic empowerment. We provide essential legal tools - education, research, advice, and advocacy - so communities everywhere can develop their own sustainable sources of food, housing, energy, jobs, and other vital aspects of a thriving community.
The University Innovation Fellows program empowers students and faculty to become leaders of change in higher education.Fellows are leading a global movement to ensure that all students gain the attitudes, skills and knowledge required to navigate a complex world.
TomKat Center-supported Undergraduate Internships: The TomKat Center offers a limited number of paid summer internships to Stanford undergraduate students at exciting Stanford-affiliated sustainable energy startup companies.
Fellows serve full time with nonprofit and community organizations, completing projects that aim to expand these organizations’ capacity to effectively achieve their missions and serve their constituents. 11 weeks long.
Skoll Awards For Social Entrepreneurship The Skoll Foundation presents the Skoll Awards for Social Entrepreneurship each year to a select group of social entrepreneurs whose innovations have already had significant, […]
Lightspeed's 8-week Summer Fellowship gives highly motivated entrepreneurs, with at least one engineering or CS student on their team, the resources, guidance, and connections they need to grow their ventures.
Kiva fellows bring our mission to life by working in the field with our international partners and in our regional offices. For 6-12 months, you'll build capacity, measure impact, and learn a ton about microfinance and social enterprise. Interested? Keep reading.
The purpose of the Kirchner Food Fellowship program is to foster the development of individuals who have the practical skills and knowledge to make effective investments in emerging agricultural technologies that have the possibility of addressing global food security.
Invention Ambassadors INSPIRE a new and diverse generation of inventors dedicated to solving difficult global challenges, INFORM on the components needed to create inventions that sustainably solve global problems, and INFLUENCE policy makers, thought leaders, and the community
Through this nationally unique paid fellowship, exceptional school leaders have the opportunity to spend one to two years developing sustainable school models for Indianapolis that attract and retain high-quality, diverse talent; commit to equitably serve their school community; and have an academic vision of excellence for all students
The Education Entrepreneur Fellowship was created in 2007 as the first of The Mind Trust’s education fellowships to recruit talented innovators to launch transformative non-profits and schools in Indianapolis. These initiatives have been critical to the development of Indianapolis’s education landscape and allow The Mind Trust to foster initiatives with the potential to systemically impact the Indianapolis education ecosystem.
Through our two-year, full-time Fellowship, we find people working on a plan to make the world better in a big way. Then we help them become impactful leaders by connecting them with the tools, resources, and communities they need to bring their ideas to life.
The Change Fellowship is one of the ways we give back to the local communities where we operate. Each year a Fellowship is awarded to an exceptional local resident for a fully subsidised place at our annual Signature Program Change Ventures.
The 2019 BHSI class is addressing some of our most pressing issues, from increasing voter accessibility to inclusive housing and a patented disinfectant product designed to reduce the risk of contamination in areas affected by disease outbreaks.
The Biodesign Innovation Fellowship is a 10-month experience that equips aspiring innovators with a proven, repeatable process to identify important healthcare needs, invent novel health technologies to address them, and prepare to implement those products into patient care through start-up, corporate channels, or other channels. In addition, the Innovation Fellows become part of the Stanford Biodesign community, which is a life-long, worldwide network of innovators passionate about improving healthcare.
The University Innovation Fellowship at ASU is designed to engage early- and mid-career policy-makers, analysts, researchers, communicators, writers, designers and leaders in big ideas and real program building processes that can transform higher education institutions.
For more than 35 years, Ashoka has built and nurtured the largest network of leading social entrepreneurs in the world. After a rigorous selection process, they are introduced to a life-long fellowship, where every member is committed to championing new patterns of social good. We encourage Ashoka..…
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we re-built our fellowship package from the ground up. It is now a suite of services to each Anzisha Fellows that invests in you as individuals as well as your ventures. It is a commitment of support for up to 3 years or the age of 25, whichever comes first.
Current Cohort Program Info and Application Teaching Team Alumni Subscribe Acknowledgements The application period for the Accel Leadership Program is open. Apply Now. Application deadline is Friday, Oct. 23, 2020 at 11:59 p.m. A virtual information session will be held on Zoom: Wednesday, Oct. 7, 2…
Practical Business EducationAccess to CapitalA Supportive Network of Advisors and PeersGoldman Sachs 10,000 Small Businesses is a $500 million investment to help entrepreneurs create jobs and economic opportunity by providing them with greater access to education, financial capital and business supp…
The Power of Now: A Guide to Spiritual Enlightenment
Much more than simple principles and platitudes, The Power of Now takes readers on an inspiring spiritual journey to find their true and deepest self and reach the ultimate in personal growth and spirituality: the discovery of truth and light. In the first chapter, Tolle introduces readers to enlightenment and its natural enemy, the mind. He awakens readers to their role as a creator of pain and shows them how to have a pain-free identity by living fully in the present.
Welcome to DeSmog’s Koch Network Database where you can browse our extensive research on the individuals and organizations linked to Charles Koch or other members of the Koch family, Koch Industries, and related entities.
The Venus Project is a non-profit organization that presents a new socio-economic model utilizing science and technology. We propose a new scientific foundation in transcending humanity's current problems by testing a new social design for organizing our society as a global "operating system".
StartX is a non-profit organization whose mission is to accelerate the development of Stanford's top entrepreneurs through experiential education. StartX is a business incubator associated with Stanford University.