STIR

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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.

Latest issue

Our current issue – Power – explores how race, gender, and class impact on new economic alternatives, how we need to ‘decolonise’ our approaches, and should develop more serious analysis about how many new alternatives are actually maintaining the current system.

Featuring:

Power from Below: Change and Affect — Marina Sitrin

Production and Insurrection — Siôn Whellens

A Race for the New Economy — Gurpreet Bola

International Co-op Development and Women’s Empowerment — Amanda Benson

Transition North Syria: A Community Revolution — Jo Taylor

Interview: Brett Scott — Jonny Gordon-Farleigh

Q&A: Janelle Orsi

Beyond Commons Feudalism and Platform Capitalism — Derek Wall

Uprooting Patriarchy: The Root Cause of Poverty — John Coonrod

Land and Power: Community Charters - Mothiur Rahman

Towards a Solidarity Economy — Kat Darling

Review: Out of the Wreckage by George Monbiot — Colm Massey

Subjects: Economics, Economy, Politics

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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.

  • First Issue: Issue 1
  • Latest Issue: Issue 20
  • Issue Count: 20
  • Published: Quarterly
  • ISSN: 2515-270X

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