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Formalising IOPS Chapters and Branches

So far over 3,000 people from around the world have signed up to interim IOPS, committing to building a self-managed federated international organisation around winning a vision of a future society described in the IOPS vision statement. Following…

An introduction to Participatory Economics

Last week I gave a presentation on Participatory Economics to an audience in Nottingham. I was invited by the Cafe Economique, a discussion group who hold regular events and talks around political and economic issues. Some of the members of…

Hi, nice to meet you. So what is IOPS?

When meeting and mingling with new people, the conversation often inevitably evolves with me saying that I am a member of IOPS, which then elicits the question “so what is IOPS?”Rather then thinking up each time how to answer the…

Interim IOPS

I am writing this blog post in response to some discussions in recent blogs and that I have had with people. I have listed three issues that, to me, seem like are differences in what people perceive IOPS to be about and the current stage it…

IOPS Into Video: Help Needed

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  Hi, This is a message to everyone in IOPS. It is firstly to inform you that a introductory video is being made for the website and secondly to ask for your help. Where are we at? We are currently recording a temporary video and will…

IOPS Interview for Global Info Media

An interview with two IOPS members: Jason Chrysostomou (J.C) and Michael Albert (M.A) by Edi Terlaak, conducted by email, for the main Dutch activist website www.globalinfo.nl   1) Suppose a radical campaigner against arms trade hears…

Radical Theory for a Participatory Society

A panel talk given at the Left Forum, 2007, NYC by Chris Spannos: I’m going to present some ideas with origins in the Classical and New Left social movements and try to make a case for why today’s movements need a new and widely…

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