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

Alone in a sea of marshmallows: Understanding and dismantling the attention economy – Inez Aponte

Review: Stolen Focus: Why You Can’t Pay Attention by Johann Hari – Max Jeffery

Excerpt: The Ecology of Attention – Yves Citton

Networks of space: Locating cultural commons in neighbourhood planning – Torange Khonsari

Excerpt and Q&A: How Blair Killed the Co-ops: Reclaiming social enterprise from its neoliberal turn – Les Huckfield

Q&A with Charlotte Hollins, Fordhall Farm

How community ownership can secure the UK’s food security through buying family farms – Stir to Action and Shared Assets

A joined-up approach to land use in Devon – Laura Dixon, Devon Communities Together

One Wall at a Time – Saleem Vaillancourt, Paint the Change

Case study: The Islington Model Co-operative Development Agency

Empowering people furthest from power – Bethan Hunt

Poem: Co-operate – Isaiah Hull

Subjects: Economics, Economy, News And 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 37
  • Issue Count: 37
  • Published: Quarterly
  • ISSN: 2515-270X