Towards a global socioeconomy. Solidarity Economy in times of conservatism and populism
The main objectives of this summer school are:
- To stimulate a debate on Solidarity Economy from a conceptual point of view, highlighting the similarities and specificities existing in different geographical contexts at the global level;
- To analyse the political dimension of the Solidarity Economy, its prefigurative and transformational character, as well as the way it is translated in a social movement perspective;
- To bring about new knowledge based on critical theoretical approaches such as feminist economics, postcolonial studies and social movement theories in view of building a new global socioeconomy;
- To increase the dialogue with other non-market based economies that share a common ground with the Solidarity Economy, such as those inspired by Transitional Movement or the Commons.