As a coalition of left-leaning parties in Barcelona considers creating a community currency, the Wall Street Journal asks CCIA what that would mean…click here to read more.
On Wednesday 26th April, CCIA partner Spice launched a collaboration with Wales Millenium Centre by taking 260 school children to see a stage production of The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time. Cantonian School (in Fairwater), Woodlands High School (in Ely) and Hawthorn High School (in Pontypridd), as well as 80 community members from Llanelli, …Continue Reading
CCIA gets a mention in this short article on some of the benefits of complementary currencies. To read more, click here.
Earlier this month the municipality of Beringen, Limburg launched its “E-Wallet” for residents. The city of Beringen is a former mining town in the Flemmish region of North Eastern Belgium and has a currenct population of around 43,000. Beringen is following in the footsteps of the 12 municipalities already taking part in the …Continue Reading
“Under our current monetary system we participate as consumers with no say in either the production or allocation of new money, both of which are monopolised by private banks underwritten by the state. Rethinking money gives us the opportunity to have a greater democratic say in such processes, not just as consumers but as …Continue Reading
Moving the currency debate beyond Bitcoin, Leander Bindewald discusses the European project for communtiy currencies on BBC News World Business Report. Watch the interview here.