Saturday, 14 November 2015

Direct Action/Democratic Economics. Tues. Nov. 24th, 2015 8pm at 427 Bloor St. West [Trinity St. Paul's Centre ] - a PWYC Movie and Discussion (rescheduled from October 20)

Now that the Canadian election is over and a new, less "mean-spirited" regime is in power at  the federal level, the question is, "What will really change?". Our movie - "Can We Do it Ourselves?" - and our discussion, on Tom Malleson's "After Occupy: Economic Democracy for the 21st Century" - are about progressive/social economies where you don't have to depend on the occasional nice boss to get through the workday (if you have a job at all). In democratic/social economies workers are in charge of the workplace and sustainability (social, human and organizational) is the name of  the game. 
                       Join us to  see how it works.   

Title:             Direct Action/Democratic Economics  [movie and discussion]
Date/Time:    8pm/Tues.Nov.24
Location:       427 Bloor  St. West (Trinity St. Paul's Centre)
                    TorontotheBetter annual movie series 
                    [a programme of Libra worker co-op] 
                    "Building Toronto's social economy" 

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

First Politics, then Economics? Been like that for a while, but of course it's the other way around.