We are on the brink of a larger mass movement ready to demand democracy at work as an alternative solution to capitalism. This movement can be successful if we are willing to work toward a solution that supports and empowers workers in their respective enterprises. We want to help support those interested in organizing and mobilizing this movement for Worker Owned Self Directed Enterprises.
It takes the action and advocacy of everyday community leaders to influence policy, politics and culture; as an active member of a group, you are jumping into the front lines of this movement in your community. Join us as we learn how to advocate and promote democracy at work in our own workplaces and communities.
Democracy at Work is a project, begun in 2010, that aims to build a social movement. The movement's goal is transition to a new society whose productive enterprises (offices, factories, and stores) will mostly be Worker Self Directed Enterprise's, a true economic democracy.
D@W Melbourne is a local chapter of this project to develop a social movement for economic and work place democracy.
A short, practical guide for those considering worker owned cooperatives, made by GRITtv & TESA, the Toolbox for Education and Social Action. Featuring conversations with worker-owners from Union Cab; Ginger Moon; Arizmendi Bakery, Anti-Oppression Resource and Training Alliance (AORTA); New Era Windows; and more.
Learn more about our transition to the solidarity economy in this excellent Upstream podcast. Listen to the experiences of people who are living and working in the solidarity economy.