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STIR is a quarterly magazine that promotes new economic alternatives, exploring where the social economy, the commons and civic society come together. We feature original illustrations, long-form interviews, and in-depth articles that move beyond traditional political commentary to explore the inspiring and viable alternatives that present a serious challenge to the current political crisis.

Latest Issue

Looking Back/Looking Forward…



Our new issue invites new economy practitioners to explore and reflect on what’s happened in 2018 in local action, national movements, and policy change, and also offer perspectives, plans, and possibilities for the year ahead.



Governance — Bob Thust



Financial Campaigns— Fran Boait



Heritage — Matthew McKeague



Land and Food — Carys Roberts & Kate Swade



Interview: Kali Akuno, Cooperation Jackson



Co-operative Development — Mark Simmonds & Nathan Brown



Technology — Annie Legg & Cat Ainsworth



Community Economic Development — Frances Northrop



Rethinking Economics — Rowan Mataram



Artists:

Matthew Brazier

Andrei Nicolescu

Yeyei Gomez

Chris Spencer

Vicente Martí

Willem Hampsom

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STIR is a quarterly magazine that promotes new economic alternatives, exploring where the social economy, the commons and civic society come together. We feature original illustrations, long-form interviews, and in-depth articles that move beyond traditional political commentary to explore the inspiring and viable alternatives that present a serious challenge to the current political crisis.

  • First Issue: Issue 1
  • Latest Issue: Issue 24
  • Issue Count: 24
  • Page Count: 1,248
  • Published: Quarterly
  • ISSN: 2515-270X

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