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Announcing the Covid-19 Response Working Group

Fighting for a new systemic vision Transitioning to ecological sustainability

“As we plan for a process of rebuilding our society and restarting our economies post-COVID-19, we must try to make this the starting point for a profound transformation of our economic system to one that—by design—fosters community, democracy, sustainability, health and wellbeing. The actions we take now (or fail to take) could have profound long term consequences. We must not allow this crisis to further entrench a political-economic world order fed by the destruction of people and planet.” — Dana Brown, Working Group member and Director of the Next System Project at The Democracy Collaborative

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Publication date: 2020-10-07
Publisher: Progressive International
Publication URL: Announcing the Covid-19 Response Working Group

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