Allmenda social business eG (formerly Talente Genossenschaft) is the name of the cooperative that manages the Talente Taauschkreis Voralberg in Austria. Read more
General description City of Amsterdam District of Oost (East) is a multicultural area in a process of regeneration. With relatively more social housing and unemployment than in other parts of the city, there has been a concerted effort by local government in recent years to increase investment in social, urban and economic issues. These investments... Read more
cc-literature.org is a freely accessible internet directory containing bibliography records of all available community currency research. Read more
Community Exchange System, often referred to as CES, is a global digital complementary trading network that operates without money, as it is commonly understood. Read more
Community Forge is a non-profit association in Geneva, Switzerland that designs, develops and provides complementary currency systems and tools in order to help communities become more resilient. Read more
General Description Crédit Municipal de Nantes is a public financial institution offering credit, loans and mutual savings schemes to individuals and groups in city of Nantes, North West France. As well as offering financial services to those excluded from the mainstream banking sector, as a long established, publically owned enterprise with an economic and social... Read more
The Erasmus University, located in Rotterdam, the Netherlands is an important educational and research centre in the field of cultural economics and complementary currencies. Read more
FairFin is a Belgian NGO that promotes an environmentally and socially responsible approach to money, and strives for a just society. Read more
FMDV is the Global Fund for Cities Development (Fonds Mondial pour le Développement des Villes), established in 2010. Read more
The Institute for Leadership and Sustainability (IFLAS) is one of the leading educational and research institutions in the field of social, environmental and economic sustainability. Read more
The International Reciprocal Trade Association (IRTA) is the global trade association for the commercial barter industry. Read more
ISS is an international graduate school of policy-oriented critical social science. It brings together students and teachers from the Global South and the North in a European environment.
The International Journal of Community Currency Research is a online forum for distributing knowledge on community and complementary currencies. Edited by Gill Seyfang and Colin C. Williams, it has been disseminating new scientific knowledge, research and evaluations since 1997 (IJCCR, 2013). Read more
General description Lambeth Council is the local authority for the London Borough of Lambeth, Greater London. It is one of 32 London boroughs and one of 14 local authorities which make up Inner London. It measures seven miles north to south, and about two and a half miles east to west. It is one of... Read more
General Description Limburg.net is the intermunicipal, publicly owned waste disposal company of the East Belgian region of Limburg and the city of Diest. It is responsible for waste prevention and collection in the 44 municipalities in the province. The goal of Limburg.net is twofold: Help reduce waste as much as possible. Collect and process the... Read more
MonNetA is the German Money Network Alliance founded in 2003 in response to the need for a professional networking entity for research, development and the support of complementary currencies and new money systems. Read more
Nesta is an innovation charity with a mission to help people and organisations bring great ideas to life. – See more at: http://www.nesta.org.uk/ Please contribute to write this article.
nef (the new economics foundation) is an independent think-and-do tank that inspires and demonstrates real economic well-being. Read more
The New Economics Institute (NEI) is a non-for-profit organisation based in the U.S. Originally founded in 1980 as the E.F. Schumacher Society, it became NEI after partnering with the new economics foundation in London, U.K. Read more
The P2P Foundation is an international organization focused on studying, researching, documenting and promoting peer to peer practices in a very broad sense. – http://p2pfoundation.net/
Qoin is a Dutch not-for-profit organisation focusing on the research, design and application of community currencies. Read more
Regiogeld e.V is the German umbrella association of Regiogeld (the German regional currency) systems. Read more
La Route des SEL is an association that aims to facilitate meetings between members of the SEL network, to fulfill their accommodation needs throughout France and around the world. Until we add more content to this article, for more information visit their website.
Schumancher Center for a New Economics , based in Massachusets in the USA, has a mission to educate the public about an economics that supports both people and the planet. We believe that a fair and sustainable economy is possible and that citizens working for the common interest can build systems to achieve it. We... Read more
Slow money is an American non-profit organisation founded in 2008 to bring people together around investing in new sources of capital into small and local food enterprises, organic farms and local food networks. Read more
French community currency movement.
Introduction SOL Violette is an association that operates the complementary currency, called Sol, that circulates in Toulouse, France and is part of the SOL Movement. SOL is a national project aiming to launch a number of regional currencies throughout France. SOL is both the abbreviation of solidarity (which is a core value of the project)... Read more
Spice is a social enterprise that develops timebanking systems for communities and public services that engage and empower the many rather than the few. Read more
Timebank run in the US city of St.Louis.
The Social Trade Organisation (STRO) is a Dutch NGO active worldwide whose goal is to “develop and promote sustainable economic models for a world full of development opportunities, high quality of life, cultural and environmental diversity, based on sustainable production and consumption”. Established in 1970, it is committed to finding solutions to environmental issues from... Read more
The TAOA (There Are Other Alternative) is a French association created to support and promote the development of social and complementary currencies as a way to replace the current monetary system and instead serve a real, positive economy that prioritizes people and the planet. Read more
Time Banking UK is the national umbrella charity linking and supporting time banks across the country Read more
TimeBanks USA was formed in 1995 to promote TimeBanking — then known as Time Dollars. Its central office is located in Washington D.C. Read more
The Transition Movement or Transition Towns Movement is an idea proposed by Rob Hopkins and today represented by the Transition Network, a world-wide umbrella organisation of locally-oriented social initiative to move society towards low-resource use and low-carbon living. Read more
The University of East Anglia (UEA), located in Norwich, United Kingdom is one of the leading educational and research centres on new economics theories, community currencies and sustainable consumption. Read more
Value for People is an organisation run by John Rogers. For more information, visit their website.
Wales Council for Voluntary Action (WCVA) is the voice of the voluntary sector in Wales. It represents and campaigns for voluntary organisations, volunteers and communities. Celebrating its 80th anniversary in 2014, WCVA has over the years grown into a national umbrella body with currently over 3,000 organisations as members. Together with Wales’ network of County... Read more
WICC promotes four core values and practice principles of Time Banking: – All people are treated as assets – everyone has something to contribute – The work people do to maintain communities is valued equally as essential work – People practice give and take – reciprocity or mutualism – People create active social networks or... Read more
WeHelpen is a Dutch programme that seeks to encourage and foster the provision of reciprocal help and informal care Read more