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A New Birth of Community: The Community Wealth Building Movement and Post-Covid-19 Reconstruction

Fighting for a new systemic vision Centering community and place

This moment presents us with a number of opportunities to reset our democratic conversation, reconstruct our politics, rebuild our communities, and reprioritise and re-value the public sphere…The goal is simple but transformative: a deep and purposeful reorganisation of our economy so that it is democratic, sustainable, and equal by design.

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Publication date: 2021-02-09
Publisher: Stir to Action
Publication URL: A New Birth of Community: The Community Wealth Building Movement and Post-Covid-19 Reconstruction

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