17Oct Mutual Aid Networks

http://en.ecoinversion.net/neweconomyweek/mutualaid

Because there’s an infinite amount of good work to do
and a limited number of good jobs


Friday, October 17, 6pm UTC


We interviewed Stephanie Rearick about the story of the Mutual Aid Network (MAN), a new type of cooperative.

MAN pools and stewards value and rewards good work with cooperative economic tools,

such as timebanking, business-to-business mutual credit, and cooperative saving, lending, and investment models.

Based in Madison, Wisconsin, Stephanie Rearick is founder and Co-Director of the Dane County Time Bank (DCTB) - a 2500+-member timebank in Madison, Wisconsin, devoted to building a just and inclusive economy - and Project Coordinator of Time For the World, the research and development arm of DCTB.

In addition to her work in timebanking and promoting grassroots-up economic and community regeneration, Rearick is co-owner of Mother Fool's Coffeehouse.

Rearick worked for Greenpeace for six years of young adulthood, helped launch Madison Hours local currency in 1995 and served for several years on the steering committee of independent local political party Progressive Dane. Rearick also works as a musician.



     You can see the recording of the event here



















& slides used during the talk are attached at the bottom of this page





This interview is part of an article published in the online magazine Talkin'Business of the School of Business and Economics at Maastricht University.

YouTube Video








Here the full conference that Stephanie gave at the


 
The 5 most important things to change the economy that Stephanie talked about are:

  1. Ground-up regenerative economics
  2. Timebanking
  3. Mutual credit
  4. Redesigning work and compensation
  5. How various tools can work in concert

 





Recorded live on Friday,
October 17,
6pm 
UTC


Links 

shared by Stephanie during the conference:







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Stella Ne,
17 Oct 2014, 15:14