The vulnerable, front and centerA people-first economyTolerance, via storytelling and humorI tried to stay calmDouble trouble

The vulnerable, front and center

How the Economy of Communion project moves beyond simple philanthropic approaches

A people-first economy

As robots and machines do more and more of the work, are we selling ourselves out — or can we improve people’s lives?

Tolerance, via storytelling and humor

How art fights discrimination against Muslims with a new narrative

I tried to stay calm

When “helpful” drives you crazy: restoring peace at work and in my family

Double trouble

When two younger siblings arrive at the same time, what about the needs of the older one?

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What kind of economy do we want?

The economy is struggling worldwide, leading many countries to revert to a protectionism, focusing mostly on national concerns. Yet global issues continue: large corporations outsource their manufacturing to other countries where wages are lower. The bigger corporations get, the easier it is for them to be less personalized, in many ways distancing them from the people they are meant to serve. How do we safeguard the dignity of each person, be it in our country or far away? This month we share some economic alternatives and how each of us can contribute to a people-first economy.

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How the Economy of Communion project moves beyond simple philanthropic approaches

As robots and machines do more and more of the work, how do we improve people’s lives?

How to fight discrimination against Muslims with a new narrative

Restoring peace at work and in our family

When two younger siblings arrive at the same time