Social and Solidarity Economy
Rethinking solidarity and international cooperation means calling into question the dominant economic framework and the ways of approaching and understanding the economy. This area of work is based on the approaches formulated by the Critical Economies to analyse the practical and theoretical proposals to transform economic organisation at many levels and contexts.
We focus on the feminist analysis of the economic processes and on reformulations of the socio-economic and organisational dynamics that place sustainability of life at the core.
We are interested in theoretical proposals and practical experiences that seek to put financial intermediation mechanisms and instruments at the service of Solidarity, Social and Feminist Economy projects.