“capitalism needs to expand to succeed – otherwise it collapses” Gar Alperovitz
“How to build a different system that does not need expansionism (interest on interest) in order to succeed?” Gar Alperovitz
The event will feature sessions focused on such topics as:
Strategies to End War
Ending War and Patriarchy
Remaking the Mass Media for Peace
Capitalism and transition to Peace Economy
The Racism of War
Promoting Peace Begins With Abolishing War
War Isn’t Working, and It Isn’t Necessary: Why we need complete abolition, even of humanitarian wars
Diplomacy, Aid, and Nonviolent Peacekeeping and Protection
Disarmament, and Abolishing Nuclear Weapons
Protecting the Environment from War by Ending War
Changing War Culture to Peace Culture
International Law. Can War Makers Be Held Accountable? Can We Achieve Truth and Reconciliation?
Demonstrations, Direct Action, Resistance and Counter-Recruitment
Untold History of the United States
Nonviolent Action: Getting to Work
Bringing United States into the International Criminal Court
Resistance, Ending the Draft, Countering Recruitment, Creating Free College
Abolishing Nuclear Weapons
Young People Organizing for Peace
Improving the Alternative Global Security Strategy
Building Friendship Between the United States and Russia
Speakers committed to being part of the events in Washington, D.C., include: Dennis Kucinich, Kathy Kelly, Miriam Pemberton, David Vine, Kozue Akibayashi, Harvey Wasserman, Jeff Bachman, Peter Kuznick, Medea Benjamin, Maurice Carney, David Swanson, Leah Bolger, David Hartsough, Pat Elder, John Dear, Mel Duncan, Kimberley Phillips, Ira Helfand, Darakshan Raja, Bill Fletcher Jr., Lindsey German (by video), Maria Santelli, Mark Engler, Maja Groff, Robert Fantina, Barbara Wien, Jodie Evans, Odile Hugonot Haber, Gar Alperovitz, Sam Husseini, Christopher Simpson, Brenna Gautam, Patrick Hiller, Mubarak Awad, Michelle Kwak, John Washburn, Bruce Gagnon, David Cortright, Michael McPhearson, Gareth Porter, John Reuwer, Pat Alviso, Larry Wilkerson, Thomas Drake, Larry Johnson, John Kiriakou, Craig Murray, Raed Jarrar, Alli McCracken, Lilly Daigle, Alice Slater, Bob Spies, Jan Hartsough, Jeremy Corbyn (by video), Taylor Piepenhagen.
Information evenings, and members of the root tables
Every first Monday of the month, a lecture on “introduction to Monetative, and full of money” with changing speakers is held in the Association office 19 – 21 p.m., and admission is free. Following the introduction takes place in the same premises, a regular get-together for members. This will allow you to Meet in a relaxed atmosphere, a more in-depth exchange and discussion of ideas and projects.
Monday, 05.09., 19:00: info evening “introduction to the full monetary reform” location: Monetative e. V. c/o gallery Gondwana, Merseburger Strasse 14, 10823 Berlin, speaker Klaus Karwat
Members Open Board Meetings
The Monetative Board of Directors typically meets to discuss on the first Monday of each month, current projects and tasks. The Board of Directors meetings are held in the premises of the Monetative , and are for members of the public. The Monetative-General meeting takes place (in the same location) at least once a year, the Board of Directors to be elected, the budget is adopted and the activities planned. It will take part in the Monetative-members, on request, guests can participate in.
Next Date: Monday, 05.09., 15:00, place: Monetative e. V. c/o gallery Gondwana, Merseburger Strasse 14, 10823 Berlin
07.10., 18 PM: introduction to full money system, from 20 clock “of Monetary-song evening“, Merseburger Str. 14, 10823 Berlin
14.11., 10-12 am: lecture on “monetary reform, full of money, Monetative” of Lino Zeddies at the westfälische Hochschule Gelsenkirchen
03.12., from 10:30-16:00 meeting of full money reform in Aachen, Germany, Evangelische Kirchengemeinde Aachen, Frère Roger – Straße 8-10, 52062 Aachen contact: Detlef Baer – email@example.com
Workshops & General Assembly
13. November will be an extraordinary meeting of the members following our Monetative Jahrestagung in Frankfurt to take place. More detailed information will follow in a timely manner.
A full money weekend in 2017 will be from 31.3.-2.4. Once again in 2017 in the house of democracy in Berlin will take place.