The Italian solidarity economy slow revolution, by Alberto Corbino
“There’s a lot to say about the Italian people’s fight against the international crisis and shortsighted politics than this article could explore. We do have our Occupy places like the “NO TAV” in the North of Italy (against the high speed railway). But, besides and beyond that, we have hundreds of solidarity economy experiences, even in difficult territories threatened by organized crime. The social reuse of mafia confiscated assets is a good example to show that change, from the inside, is not only a dream”.
I have the honor to announce that you can will find the complete article in the latest issue of Grassroots Economic Organizing (and let me thank Ajowa Nzinga Ifateyo and Michael Johnson for the support and editing). AC