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STIR is a quarterly magazine that promotes new economic alternatives, exploring where the social economy, the commons and civic society come together. We feature original illustrations, long-form interviews, and in-depth articles that move beyond traditional political commentary to explore the inspiring and viable alternatives that present a serious challenge to the current political crisis.
- Democratic Business series: The Question of Scale – A group interview with Co-ops UK, Power to Change, Greater Manchester Combined Authority, and the Co-operative Party
- Democratic Business series: The return of ownership? How to really make the economy ‘fairer’ – Jonny Gordon-Farleigh
- Interview with Sociologiest Theda Skocpol about the decline of civic institutions
- A review of the Jumping Fences report investigating the barriers faced by BPOC farmers and landworkers in Britain – Nicola Scott
- The Question of Community and Rewilding in the Scottish Highlands – Alastair McIntosh
- Beyond Meanwhile: Unlocking access to town centre property, for good – Bex Trevalyan and Frances Northrop
- Project spotlight: Makespace Oxford – Andy Edwards in conversation with Georgina Bowman
- Thinking in common? Virginia Woolf, Co-operativism, and the Women’s guild – Grace Crabtree
- Excerpt: People Without Power: The War on Populism and the Fight for Democracy – by Thomas Frank
- Playground for the New Economy Festival programme
Subjects: Economics, Economy, News And Politics, Philosophy
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- First Issue: Issue 1
- Latest Issue: Issue 41
- Issue Count: 41
- Published: Quarterly
- ISSN: 2515-270X