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Anti-Circumvention: Intellectual Property - Copyright - Plutocratic Corporate Enforcement
Submitted by: Plutocracy Lock-In

Ashcroft v. American Civil Liberties Union, 542 U.S. 656 (2004)
First, the potential harms from reversal outweigh those of leaving the injunction in place by mistake. Extraordinary harm and a serious chill upon protected speech may result where, as here, a prosecution is a likely possibility but only an affirmative defense is available, so that speakers may self-censor rather than risk the perils of trial. Cf. Playboy Entertainment Group, supra, at 817. The harm done from letting the injunction stand pending a trial on the merits, in contrast, will not be extensive. Second, there are substantial factual disputes remaining in the case, including a serious gap in the evidence as to the filtering software’s effectiveness. By allowing the preliminary injunction to stand and remanding for trial, the Court requires the Government to shoulder its full constitutional burden of proof respecting the less restrictive alternative argument, rather than excuse it from doing so. Third, the factual record does not reflect current technological reality—a serious flaw in any case involving the Internet, which evolves at a rapid pace. It is reasonable to assume that technological developments important to the First Amendment analysis have occurred in the five years since the District Court made its factfindings.
Submitted by: US Supreme Court

Carey v. Population Services Int'l, 431 U. S. 678, 701 [1977]
[W]here obscenity is not involved, we have consistently held that the determinations of: "what appeals to the 'prurient interest' or is 'patently offensive' ... are essentially questions of fact, and our Nation is simply too big and too diverse for this Court to reasonably expect that such standards could be articulated for all 50 States in a single formulation, even assuming the prerequisite consensus exists."

Submitted by: US Supreme Court 1977

Citizens United (2010) on Corporate Finance in Politics Protected by 1st Amendment

Citizens United v Federal Election Commission argued: 24-Mar-2009 decided 21-Jan-2010. Opening the floodgates for corporate money in politics (including lobbying, campaign finance, etc) by 5-4 judgment equating corporate spend with First Amendment (free speech) for the first time.

Submitted by: Plutocracy Lock-In

Electronic Code of Federal Regulations (e-CFR)
Submitted by: Online Freedom

Gertz v. Robert Welch, Inc. 418 U.S. 323 (1974)

"Under the First Amendment there is no such thing as a false idea. However pernicious an opinion may seem, we depend for its correction not on the conscience of judges and juries but on the competition of other ideas."

Although the erroneous statement of fact is not worthy of constitutional protection, it is nevertheless inevitable in free debate. As James Madison pointed out in the Report on the Virginia Resolutions of 1798: "Some degree of abuse is inseparable from the proper use of every thing; and in no instance is this more true than in that of the press." A rule of strict liability that compels a publisher or broadcaster to guarantee the accuracy of his factual assertions may lead to intolerable self-censorship. Allowing the media to avoid liability only by proving the truth of all injurious statements does not accord adequate protection to First Amendment liberties.

The First Amendment requires that we protect some falsehood in order to protect speech that matters. Per Supreme Court Gertz v. Robert Welch, Inc. 418 U.S. 323 (1974).

Submitted by: US Supreme Court

Gillick v West Norfolk and Wisbech AHA [1985] of the UK House of Lords

Gillick v West Norfolk and Wisbech AHA [1985] passed by UK House of Lords (17-Oct-1985)

Submitted by: House of Lords

H.R.748 - CARES Act [2020] of the 116th Congress

H.R.748 - CARES Act [2020] legislated by the 116th House of Congress (2019-2020)

Submitted by: Act of Congress

Miller v. California, 413 U.S. 15 (1973)

"Speech that is obscene and thus lacking First Amendment protection must be without serious literary, artistic, political, or scientific value. It also must appeal to the prurient interest in the view of an average person according to community standards, and it must describe sexual conduct or excretory functions in an offensive way."

Submitted by: US Supreme Court

New York Times Co. v. Sullivan, 376 U.S. 254 (1964)

To sustain a claim of defamation or libel, the First Amendment requires that the plaintiff show that the defendant knew that a statement was false or was reckless in deciding to publish the information without investigating whether it was accurate.

The First Amendment as it relates to libel laws, is that seditious libel – criticism of government and public officials – falls beyond the police power of the State [273-276]. In a democratic society such as ours, the citizen has the privilege of criticizing his government and its officials.

Submitted by: US Supreme Court

Sherman Antitrust Act (1890)
Submitted by: Plutocracy Lock-In

The Great Nation of Futurity (1839)

John L. O'Sullivan on Manifest Destiny, 1839 Excerpted from "The Great Nation of Futurity" in the United States Democratic Review, Volume 6, Issue 23

Submitted by: US Manifest Destiny

United States v. Playboy Entertainment Group, Inc., 529 U.S. 803 (2000)
Case involved a content-based restriction designed to protect minors from viewing harmful materials. The Court there concluded that, absent a showing that a less restrictive technological alternative already available to parents would not be as effective as a blanket speech restriction, the more restrictive option preferred by Congress could not survive strict scrutiny. Id., at 826. The reasoning of Playboy Entertainment Group, and the holdings and force of this Court’s precedents, compel the Court to affirm the preliminary injunction here. To do otherwise would be to do less than the First Amendment commands. Id., at 830. Pp. 6–12.
Submitted by: US Supreme Court

United States v Alvarez (2012) | Ashcroft v. American Civ- il Liberties Union, 542 U. S. 656, 660

The Constitution “demands that content-based restrictions on speech be presumed invalid . . . and that the Government bear the burden of showing their constitutionality.” Content-based restrictions on speech have been permitted only for a few historic categories of speech, including incitement, obscenity, defamation, speech integral to criminal conduct, so-called “fighting words,” child pornography, fraud, true threats, and speech presenting some grave and imminent threat the Government has the power to prevent.

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There are currently 59 texts in this directory

A Declaration of the Independence of Cyberspace - John Perry Barlow

Andy Wightman: Offshore Landownership Frustrates Police Investigations (19-Nov-2015)

Offshore landownership frustrates police investigation from Andy Wightman Blog (19-Nov-2015).


Basis for a Carbon Budget? - David Wasdell

"Basis for a Carbon Budget?" by David Wasdell: A Critical Evaluation of the "Summary for Policymakers" on apollo-gaia.org website.

Bence Bago, David G. Rand, Gordon Pennycook: Fake News - Deliberation Reduces Belief in False News Headlines
Bence Bago, David G. Rand, Gordon Pennycook published study (22-Jul-2019) psyarxiv.com research ARTICLE: Fake News, Fast and Slow: Deliberation Reduces Belief in False (but Not True) News Headlines. Supplemental materials @ HERE.

Bill McKibbon in The New Yorker: The Koch Brothers New Brand (10-Mar-2016)

The Koch Brothers’ New Brand article in The New Yorker (10-Mar-2016) by Bill McKibbon.


Chris Hedges: The Revenge of the Lower Classes and the Rise of American Fascism (9-Aug-2016)

The Revenge of the Lower Classes and the Rise of American Fascism article by Chris Hedges in TruthDig (9-Aug-2016)

Chris Hedges: The Price of Conscience

Chris Patten in The Guardian: Ill Fares Land by Tony Judt (11-Apr-2010)

Ill Fares the Land by Tony Judt article in The Guardian (11-Apr-2010) by Chris Patten. Tony Judt @ WIKIPEDIA entry.


Economics: The US Militarized Budget 2020

The Militarized Budget 2020 on National Priorities Project, for US Discretionary Spending Budget 2020.

Economics: How Does Inter-generational Wealth Transmission Affect Wealth Concentration?
How Does Intergenerational Wealth Transmission Affect Wealth Concentration? (1-Jun-2018) @ LINK.

Economics: Federal Reserve Bailout (18-Sept-2008)

Federal Reserve and other central banks announce further measures to address elevated pressures in funding markets @ LINK on the Federal Reserve website.

Education: Why not more small, intense research teams?
Why not more small, intense research teams? (5-Aug-2021) @ LINK.

Edward Wolff: Racial Wealth Divide
Racial Differences in Patterns of Wealth Accumulation Maury Gittleman and Edward N. Wolff @ LINK.


Freddie deBoer: It's All Just Displacement (22-Mar-2021)

Blue checkmarks are mourning bad careers in a broken industry @ Substack Article.

Frederick Dutton of the McGovern Commission: Changing Sources of Power (1971)

Changing Sources of Power - 1971 manifesto by lobbyist and Democratic strategist Frederick Dutton, one of the guiding forces on the McGovern Commission. The "balance of political power, from the economic to the psychological to a certain extent—from the stomach and pocketbook to the psyche, and perhaps sooner or later even to the soul."


Geopolitics: Why are there so many military bases in Djibouti? (30-Jun-2020)

Why are there so many military bases in Djibouti? (30-Jun-2020) @ MEDIUM ARTICLE.

See more at DJIBOUTI rabble.

George Orwell: Politics and the English Language
George Orwell Politics and the English Language on a single web page.

Greater Wrong: The Problem of Artificial Suffering

The Problem of Artificial Suffering (24-Sept-2021) on greaterwrong.com website.

Green Left dot org: Afghanistan and the Defeat of the US Military (18-Aug-2021)

Afghanistan and the Defeat of the US Military article on the Green Left org website (18-Aug-2021)


History: The Palmer Raids 1919
When America Tried to Deport Its Radicals @ ARTICLE LINK.
Palmer Raids were a series of raids conducted in November 1919 and January 1920 by the United States Department of Justice @ WIKIPEDIA LINK.

How To Destroy Surveillance Capitalism - Cory Doctorow

How To Destroy Surveillance Capitalism - Cory Doctorow long read article about Big Tech/State surveillance, monopoly; myths and existential threats.


Ian Dunt iNews: Woke Straw Man Ethnovandalisn - Neanderthal Cave Paintings
New evidence of Neanderthal paintings challenges our conflict-obsessed view of our origins (7-Aug-2021) @ ARTICLE LINK on iNews website.

Imagining a New Bretton Woods - Yanis Varoufakis

Greek Economist Yanis Varoufakis May 2016 essay on Imagining a New Bretton Woods at project-syndicate.org website.

Infowars: US military vulnerabilities exposed?
US military vulnerabilities exposed during classified war game, top general says @ ARTICLE LINK on American military stripes.com website.

Infowars: TheSaker on Has the US Begun Its Great Retreat?
Has the US begun its great retreat? (6-Aug-2021) @ ARTICLE LINK on TheSaker website.

Infowars: Assange, Hale, Dissent
1 @ rightsanddissent.org - 2 @ assangedefense.org - 3 @ standwithdanielhale.org - Chip Gibbons Twitter @ LINK. Marianne Williamson Chip Gibbons @ LINK

Iron Law of Oligarchy by Robert Michels

Robert Michel's German political theorist, author of Political Parties setting down the concept "Iron Law of Oligarchy".


Jacob Weisberg: Cozy Relationships Between Press, Law, Academic and Government [Authority]

Jacob Weisberg of the New Republic [Centre-Left Corporate Democrat Magazine] fretted about the "increasingly cozy relationships between press, law, academia and government" that he saw there. "There’s rarely been a time when the governing elites in so many fields were made up of such a tight, hermetic and incestuous clique. The Clinton circle [and its successor like the Obamas on Martha's Vineyard] has a pronounced class consciousness that tells them they’re not just lucky to be here. They’re running things because they’re the best."

NOTE: the New Republic is now a mouthpiece of Democratic Party professional plutocracy.

Jem Bendell: Deep adaptation: a map for navigating climate tragedy

Deep adaptation: a map for navigating climate tragedy (2018) by Jem Bendell, Institute for Leadership and Sustainability (IFLAS) Occasional Papers Volume 2. University of Cumbria, Ambleside, UK.

John L. O'Sullivan: The Great Nation of Futurity (1839)

John L. O'Sullivan on Manifest Destiny excerpted from "The Great Nation of Futurity" The United States Democratic Review 1839 (vol 6, issue 23).


Karen Hunt: Gods of Tech and Pestilence
Gods of Tech and Pestilence @ ARTICLE LINK on substack.com.

Katie Pavlich: New Report on the Wuhan Lab Details Greatest Coverup of All Time
Katie Pavlich article (2-Aug-2021) New Report on the Wuhan Lab Details Greatest Coverup of All Time at Townhall.

Kunstler: Sam Harris Trump Derangement Syndrome
Kunstler article on Sam Harris and his Trump Derangement Disconnect - Opposing Idiotbloc defined (27-Jul-2021).


Medical: FDA Approves Psilocybin For Depression
FDA Grants Psilocybin Second Breakthrough Therapy Designation for Resistant Depression (25-Nov-2019) @ LINK.

Medical: Psilocybin Studies In Progress
Psilocybin Studies: In Progress @ RESEARCH ARTICLE on maps.org website.

metacognitive.me: Ultimate Guide to Memory Palaces

Ultimate Guide to Memory Palaces (24-Sept-2021) on metacognitive.me website.

Metahaven and Jeff Khonsary: Smashing Windows Transcript

Smashing Windows with Windows article on transparency design and Wikileaks. Openleaks, Metahaven and Jeff Khonsary.

Metamodernism, Notes On
Notes on metamodernism academic article.


Naked Capitalism: Confessions of a New York Times Washington Correspondent
Confessions of a New York Times Washington Correspondent – Bob Smith Pt 2/2 @ ARTICLE LINK on nakedcapitalism.com website.

Nick Bryant and Chris Hedges on the Trial of Ghislaine Maxwell


Paul Verhaeghe: Neoliberalism (29-Sept-2014)

Neoliberalism has brought out the worst in us(Paul Verhaeghe 29-Sept-2014 in The Guardian)


Powell Memo (23-Aug-1971)

The Lewis Powell Memo: A Corporate Blueprint to Dominate Democracy - the text of the 1971 memo in which the future Supreme Court justice Lewis Powell plotted a conservative political awakening.


Ralph Nader: Our Leaders Are Doing Nothing to Quash Corporate Crime

Reclaim Democracy: Opposing Citizens United - Legal Corruption

RECLAIM DEMOCRACY website fighting Citizens United (unrestricted political spending, i.e. legal corruption) including the "Hidden History of Corporations in the United States".

Ryan Grim interview Chelsea Manning (25-Jun-2021)

CHELSEA MANNING MEETS KEN KLIPPENSTEIN. The activist and whistleblower discusses prison, press freedom, and Twitch streaming @ The Intercept Article.


Seamus Milne: Vindicated Prada-Meinhof: Interview by Joe Kennedy

Vindicated Prada-Meinhof: Seumas Milne Interview (21-Oct-2012) @ The Quietus Article - Joe Kennedy speaks to the divisive political journalist - [seemingly] hailed and derided in equal measure - about the pressures and lessons of history and the ever-looming future.

Steven Poole in The Guardian: Winning Winning Winning! The Genius of Donald Trumpspeak (4-Mar-2016)

Winning, Winning, Winning! The Genius of The Donald Trumpspeak article by Steven Poole in The Guardian (4-Mar-2016)

Substack: Useful Idiots - YouTube Censorship of Heterodox Content
'They Want To Erase History' How Youtube and the Mainstream are Blocking Out Indie Media @ SUBSTACK ARTICLE on usefulidiots.substack.com.

Susan Strange and the Future of Global Political Economy Power, control and transformation

Susan Strange and the Future of Global Political Economy "Power, control and transformation" @ UCSB Political Science PDF overview study.


The Atlantic: Peter Thiel Single Digit Millionaires
Who Wants to Be a 'Single-Digit' Millionaire @ ARTICLE LINK on The Atlantic website.

The Challenge of National Healthcare - President Truman versus the AMA

The Challenge of National Healthcare - President Truman versus the AMA @ Historical Documents direct from trumanlibrary.gov website.

The Safe Network Primer

The Safe Network Primer - an introductory guide to the world's first fully autonomous data and communications network (last update: August 2020) at safenetwork.org.

The Shape of Slavery
The Shape of Slavery @ LINK.

The Wombification of America (26-May-2020)

The Wombification of America blog long-read on the High Low Blog Jordan Mark Sandviig (26-May-2020).


UK Law: The Obsessive Pursuit of Assange as UK Prepares Its Own Espionage Act

The Obsessive Pursuit of Assange as UK Prepares Its Own Espionage Act @ ARTICLE LINK on popularresistance.org website.

UK Law: The UK's Espionage Act is a threat to free speech
The UK's Espionage Act is a 'threat to free speech' @ LINK on (3-May-2017).


What Theory? The Theory in Mad Money - Susan Strange (Dec-1998)

"What Theory? The Theory in Mad Money" by heterodox economist Susan Strange (Dec-1998) @ University of Warwick PDF paper.

Will Self in The Guardian: Looking Back on New Labour (4-Apr-2010)

Looking Back on New Labour: Will Self article in The Guardian (4-Apr-2010)

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“So much of political thought is a kind of playing with fire by people who don’t even know that fire is hot.”  George Orwell


“If nature has made any one thing less susceptible than all others of exclusive property, it is the action of the thinking power called an idea, which an individual may exclusively possess as long as he keeps it to himself; but the moment it is divulged, it forces itself into the possession of everyone, and the receiver cannot dispossess himself of it.”  Thomas Jefferson

"We have got to stop sending jobs overseas. It's pretty simple: If you're paying $12, $13, $14 an hour for factory workers and you can move your factory south of the border, pay a dollar an hour for labor, ... have no health care—that's the most expensive single element in making a car—have no environmental controls, no pollution controls and no retirement, and you don't care about anything but making money, there will be a giant sucking sound going south. ... when [Mexico's] jobs come up from a dollar an hour to six dollars an hour, and ours go down to six dollars an hour, and then it's leveled again. But in the meantime, you've wrecked the country with these kinds of deals."

Ross Perot (1992)



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There are currently 6 orgs in this directory
Brave New Europe (London + EU)

68 Boileau Road, London SW13 9BP, England

Non-institutional collaboration org based in London, BRAVE NEW EUROPE is a not-for-profit educational website with a radical face and attitude concerning European politics and economics. Created to push for an alternative to neo-liberalism. Pan-European educational platform. Democratic exchange of ideas. Interface between experts and civil society groups. Alt-expert shadow cabinet aspiration.

  • Charles Adams – Professor of Physics, Durham University, Blogger: progressivepulse.org
  • Andrzej Ancygier – Climate Analytics, Deputy Head of Climate Policy Team
  • Marshall Auerback is a market analyst and commentator
  • Dan Bailey – Post-Doctoral Fellow at the Sheffield Political Economy Research Intitute (SPERI)
  • Andrew Baker – Department of Politics and Sheffield Political Economy Research Institute (SPERI), University of Sheffield
  • Dean Baker – Senior Economist at the Center for Economic and Policy Research (CEPR)
  • Chris Bambery – Author and broadcaster. Co-author (with George Kerevan) of Catalonia Reborn: How Catalonia took on the corrupt Spanish state and the legacy of Franco
  • Núria Bassa Camps – Catalan Photo Journalist
  • João Paulo Batalha – Social activist, founding member of Transparency International Portugal
  • Kate Bayliss – School of Oriental and African Studies (SOAS), University of London
  • Hauke Benner – former journalist and currently a political activist against climate change
  • Ignasi Bernat – Sociologist, activist, and honorary Academic in the University of Liverpool’s Department of Sociology, Social Policy and Criminology
  • Margunn Bjørnholt – Research professor, Norwegian Centre of Violence and Traumatic Stress Studies, Oslo
  • Fran Boait – Executive Director of Positive Money
  • Jörn Boewe – Freelance journalist in Berlin, press office work-in-progress-journalisten.de
  • Einar Braathen – Political scientist, Norwegian Institute for Urban and Regional Research (NIBR)
  • Karl Brenke – Economist, German Institute for Economics (DIW)
  • Martin Cames – Öko Institut Berlin
  • Victoria Canning – Lecturer in Criminology at The University of Bristol, currently leads an ESRC project investigating gendered harms in asylum in Britain, Denmark and the UK in collaboration with the Danish Institute Against Torture
  • Andrea Lorenzo Capussela – Expert in Competition Policy, State Building and Corruption
  • Sergio Cesaratto – Professor of Growth and Development Economics and of Monetary and Fiscal Policies in the European Monetary Union, University of Siena
  • Ryan Chapman – Film-maker
  • Emma Clancy – Emma Clancy works as an advisor for Martin Schirdewan of Die Linke in the European Parliament. She is also editor of Irish Broad Left
  • Brett Christophers – Professor of Geography, Uppsala University, Sweden
  • Victoria Cooper – Lecturer in Social Policy and Criminology at The Open University and researcher in housing, homelessness and austerity
  • Anna Coote – Principal Fellow, New Economics Foundation
  • Frances Coppola – A prolific writer and speaker on banking, finance and economics. She runs a popular finance & economics blog, Coppola Comment, and contributes frequently to Forbes, the BBC and other mainstream media
  • Corporate Europe Observatory – A research and campaign group working to expose and challenge the privileged access and influence enjoyed by corporations and their lobby groups in EU policy making
  • Sergi Cutillas – Member of the European Research Network on Social and Economic Policy
  • Hulya Dagdeviren – Professor of Economic Development, Business School, University of Hertfordshire
  • Will Davies – Reader in Political Economy, Goldsmiths, University of London
  • Aeron Davis – Professor of Political Communication, Co-Director of Goldsmiths Political Economy Research Centre, Goldsmiths, University of London
  • DeSmog UK – A climate news outlet uncovering the undue influence of climate science denial and the fossil fuel industry on energy and climate policy (Cross-posting)
  • Danny Dorling – Halford Mackinder Professor of Geography, University of Oxford
  • Andrew Dowling – Senior Lecturer in Catalan and Spanish History at Cardiff University, author of “The Rise of Catalan Independence. Spain’s Territorial Crisis” (Routledge)
  • Dirk Ehnts – Economist, based in Berlin, Pufendorf-Gesellschaft eV
  • Tamara Ehs – Political scientist, head of IG Demokratie (Austria). She developed the “Democracy Repair Café”, bringing together citizens and politicians in new conversational formats
  • Thomas Fazi – Writer, journalist and activist. Together with Bill Mitchell author of “Reclaiming the State: A Progressive Vision of Sovereignty for a Post-Neoliberal World” (Pluto, 2017)
  • Duroyan Fertl is a political analyst and a former Political Advisor for Sinn Féin and GUE/NGL in the European Parliament
  • Finance Watch – A public interest association dedicated to making finance work for the good of society
  • Financial Transparency Coalition – A global network of civil society, governments, and the world’s foremost experts on illicit financial flows (Cross-posting)
  • Adam Fishwick – Senior Lecturer in Urban Studies and Public Policy, Centre for Urban Research on Austerity, De Montfort University
  • Heiner Flassbeck – Economist, Publisher and Editor of "flassbeck economics international"
  • James Foley – Postdoctoral researcher at Glasgow Caledonian University, and has two forthcoming books on the British state and the European Union
  • Steven Forti – Associate Professor for history at the Universitat Autonomia de Barcelona (UAB)
  • Guido Franzinetti – Research Fellow and Lecturer in Contemporary European History and in East European History at the Faculty of Political Science, University of Eastern Piedmont “Amedeo Avogadro” (Alessandria), Italy
  • Daniela Gabor – Economist, University of the West of England, Bristol
  • Lina Gálvez – Professor of Economic History and Gender Studies at Pablo de Olavide University, Seville
  • Nadia Garbellini – Economist, Universita degli Studi di Pavia
  • Carlos García Hernández – Studied philosophy and history at the Humboldt University of Berlin and is the founder of the publishing house Lola Books
  • Joanna Gilmore – Lecturer in Law, York Law School, University of York
  • Eliane Glaser – Writer, lecturer and author of Get Real: How to See Through the Hype, Spin and Lies of Modern Life. Her new book, “Anti-Politics”, will be published in 2018
  • Jule Goikoetxea – Basque political philosopher, writer and feminist activist
  • Louise Haagh – Reader in Politics, University of York, Chair of the Basic Income Earth Network and co-editor-in-chief of Basic Income Studies
  • Norbert Häring – Financial journalist at the German daily business newspaper Handelsblatt, blogger, and award-winning author of popular books on economics and finance
  • Bill Hare – Director Climate Analytics
  • Emily Luise Hart – Lecturer in Criminology at the University of Liverpool, an anti prison campaigner for Community Action on Prison Expansion and a UCU activist
  • Shaun Hargreaves-Heap – Economist, Department of `Political Economy, King’s College, London
  • Jason Hickel – Anthropologist, London School of Economics; Director of Policy at /The Rules; Author of “The Divide: A New History of Global Inequality”
  • Colin Hines – Author ‘Progressive Protectionism’ and Convenor UK Green New Deal Group
  • Stuart Hodkinson – Associate Professor in Critical Urban Geography, University of Leeds
  • Alex Holder – Researcher at the University of Liverpool who is investigating the practical role of legal frameworks in drone strikes
  • Vedran Horvat – Managing Director Institute for Political Ecology (Zagreb), Journalist, Researcher
  • Tom Hunt – Policy Research Officer at Sheffield Political Economy Research Institute (SPERI)
  • Zoran Ivančić – CPI Foundation Sarajevo, producer, open data, environment, human rights activist and advocacy trainer
  • Will Jackson – Lecturer in Criminology, Liverpool John Moore University
  • David Jamieson – a Glasgow based socialist and writer. He is a reporter for the CommonSpace Scottish news site and the editor of Conter, a website of Scottish socialist theory
  • Lee Jones – Reader in International Politics at Queen Mary University of London
  • Annina Kaltenbrunner – Economist, Leeds University Business School
  • Katie Kedward – Economist at UCL Institute for Innovation and Public Purpose
  • Steve Keen – Economist, Kingston University, Blogger “Debtwatch”
  • Thomas Klikauer – Senior lecturer teaching Human resource management and Industrial Relations at the Sydney Graduate School of Management (SGSM) at the Western Sydney University, Australia
  • Juan Laborda – Financial Economics, University of Carlos III; Money and Banking, Syracuse University (Madrid)
  • Stewart Lansley – Economist and academic, author of A Sharing Economy (2016) and (with Jo Mack) Breadline Britain (2015)
  • Costas Lapavitsas – Economist, SOAS University of London
  • Antonio Lettieri – Editor of Insight (www.insightweb.it). He was National Secretary of CGIL, and former Professor in charge of Labour Law at the University of Naples.
  • Laurie Macfarlane – Economics Editor at openDemocracy and co-author of “Rethinking the Economics of Land and Housing”
  • Michael Mair – Senior Lecturer in Sociology at the University of Liverpool and works on politics, accountability and contemporary warfare and conflict.
  • Stavros Mavroudeas – Professor of Political Economy at the Department of Economics at the University of Macedonia, Thessaloniki
  • Robin McAlpine – Director of Common Weal, a Scottish think and do tank campaigning for greater social and economic equality in Scotland
  • Abigail McKnight – Associate Professorial Research Fellow, Centre for Analysis of Social Exclusion, London School of Economics
  • Jo Michell – Senior Lecturer in Economics, University of the West of England, Bristol
  • Branko Milanović – Economist specialised in development and inequality. His newest book is “Capitalism, Alone: The Future of the System That Rules the World”
  • Tom Mills – Centre for Critical Inquiry into Society and Culture (CCISC), Aston University
  • Elizabeth Minor – Advisor at Article 36, a UK-based not for profit organisation working to prevent the unintended, unnecessary or unacceptable harm caused by the use of certain weapons
  • Johnna Montgomerie – Deputy Director of the Political Economy Research Centre at Goldsmiths, University of London
  • Richard Murphy – Economic justice campaigner. Professor of Accounting, Sheffield University Management School. Chartered accountant. Co-founder of the Green New Deal
  • Ozlem Onaran – Professor of economics, Director of Greenwich Political Economy Research Centre, University of Greenwich
  • Heikki Patomäki – Political Economist, University of Helsinki, Civic activist
  • Ann Pettifor – Economist, director of Policy Research in Macroeconomics (PRIME) – Blogger “Debtonation”, Author of “Just Money – How Society Can Break the Despotic Power of Finance”
  • Philip Pettit – Laurence S. Rockefeller University Professor of Politics and Human Values, Princeton University
  • Kate Pickett – Professor of Epidemiology, University Champion for Research on Justice and Equality, and Deputy Director of the Centre for Future Health, University of York
  • Zoltan Pogátsa – Lecturer in political economy, University of West Hungary, Central European University
  • Jaume Portell Caño – Freelance journalist specialised in economy and international relations, always in relation with the African continent
  • Post-Crash Economics Society – A group of economics students at The University of Manchester whose belief is that the content of the economics syllabus and teaching methods could and should be seriously rethought
  • Vladimir Radomirović – Editor-In-Chief of pistaljka.rs (Serbia)
  • John Rapley – Political economist, author of ‘Twilight of the Money Gods’
  • Aidan Regan – Assistant Professor, University College Dublin, School of Politics and International Relations (SPIRe)
  • Michael Roberts – Economist in the City of London and prolific blogger (https://thenextrecession.wordpress.com/)
  • Josh Ryan-Collins – Senior Economist, New Economics Foundation
  • Malcolm Sawyer – Economist, Leeds University Business School
  • Nicholas Shaxson – Tax Justice Network, Investigative Journalist, Author of “Treasure Islands”
  • David Shirreff – Former finance and business journalist at The Economist, Author of “Break up the Banks!”, Playwright
  • Andrew Simms – Co-founder New Weather Institute, Centre for Global Political Economy at University of Sussex, and fellow of the New Economics Foundation.
  • Jeremy Smith – Co-Director of PRIME Economics
  • Edward Smythe – Economist at the think-tank and campaign organisation Positive Money
  • Sheffield Political Economy Research Institute (SPERI) – An interdisciplinary research institute at the University of Sheffield that aims to develop new ways of thinking about the economic and political challenges by the current combination of financial crisis, shifting economic power and environmental threat
  • Source – A left, pro-independence Scottish digital media site, sourcenews.scot
  • Guy Standing – economist, professorial research associate, SOAS University of London, author of The Precariat: The New Dangerous Class, and The Corruption of Capitalism: Why Rentiers thrive and Work does not pay
  • Frances Stewart – Professor of Development Economics and Director, Centre for Research on Inequality, Human Security and Ethnicity, University of Oxford
  • Antonella Stirati – Professor for political economics at Università Roma Tre
  • Andy Storey – Sociologist, University College Dublin
  • Wolfgang Streeck – Sociologist, Director emeritus of the Max-Planck-Institut for Gesellschafsforschung, Cologne
  • Toni Strubell – a former MP in the Catalan Parliament, journalist, and author of What Catalans Want
  • Lars Pålsson Syll – Economist, Faculty of Education and Society, Malmö University
  • Aleks Szczerbiak – Professor of Politics and Contemporary European Studies, Director of Doctoral Studies in Law, Politics and Sociology, University of Sussex
  • Tax Justice Network – An NGO dedicated to high-level research, analysis and advocacy in the area of international tax and the international aspects of financial regulation (Cross-postings)
  • Tomislav Tomasevic – activist and researcher on environmental justice, program director of Institute for Political Ecology, Croatia
  • Steve Tombs – Professor of Criminology at The Open University
  • Olivier Tonneau – Lecturer in modern languages, Homerton College, Cambridge, Member of La France Insoumise (France Unbowed) and the People’s Assembly Against Austerity
  • Yanis Varoufakis – Co-founder of the Democracy in Europe Movement (DiEM25), economist, and former Greek finance minister
  • Dieter Vesper – Macroeconomist, Berlin
  • Asbjørn Wahl – Director of the broad Campaign for the Welfare State in Norway, Adviser to the Norwegian Union of Municipal and General
  • Employees, Chair of the ITF Working Group on Climate Change
  • John Weeks – († 26 July 2020) Economist, University of London, Author of “The Economics of the 1%: How mainstream economics serves the rich, obscures reality and distorts policy”
  • Francis Weyzig – senior policy advisor at Oxfam Novib
  • David Whyte – University of Liverpool, Sociology, Social Policy and Criminology
  • Duncan Wigin – Associate Professor Department of Business and Politics, Copenhagen Business School
  • James Wilsdon – University of Sheffield, Research Policy, Director of Impact & Engagement Faculty of Social Sciences
  • Ben Wray – Editor of the CommonSpace Scottish digital media site, and is co-author of “What is Scottish Independence For?” (Verso, date TBA)
  • Center for Global Development (Credential Capital)

    CGDEV.ORG with NYC/London crossover capital funds, neoliberal professional spin-capitalists and deal-with-the-devil patrician public servants.

    CGD was founded in November 2001 by Edward Scott Jr (technology entrepreneur, philanthropist, and former US government official), C. Fred Bergsten (director emeritus of the Peterson Institute for International Economics), and Nancy Birdsall (former head of the World Bank research department and executive vice president of the Inter-American Development Bank). Credentials a-plenty.

    Center for Applied Rationality (Berkeley CA)

    2036 Bancroft Way, Berkeley, CA 94704

    Artificial intelligence and neuropsychology research in close proximity to Uni Berkeley. Mission Statement from the rationality.org website.

    Center for Effective Altruism (Oxford UK)

    Millennial non-profit in the UK with global outreach and SF, CA mailbox @ centreforeffectivealtruism.org website. Community of students and professionals acting on EA principles, by creating and sustaining high-quality discussion spaces. Running EA Global conferences and supporting community-organized EAGx conferences.

    How To Academy (London)

    London How To Academy website. How To Academy is an organisation for people who think big. From Nobel laureates to Pulitzer Prize winners, we invite the world’s most influential voices to London to share new ideas for changing ourselves, our communities, and the world.

    "We host leading artists and thinkers in an unrivalled programme of public talks, debates and conferences – from Yuval Noah Harari to Natalie Portman, Emma Watson to Eric Schmidt. We help businesses discover transformative new strategies, anticipate the future, and inspire their staff with keynotes and workshops by internationally-acclaimed economists, psychologists, politicians, and thought leaders. We offer masterclasses live and online with experts in essential twenty-first century skills, like leadership, public-speaking, decision-making and resilience. And we make books, podcasts and films to share insight and innovation around the world."

    Our Team:

    • John Gordon | Director
    • Sam Algranti | COO & Head of Design
    • Vassili Christodoulou | Deputy Director
    • Dana Outcalt | Senior Events Producer

    Machine Intelligence Research Institute (Berkeley CA)
    Based in Berkeley CA @ intelligence.org website blog. "The MIRI (Machine Intelligence Research Institute) is a research nonprofit studying the mathematical underpinnings of intelligent behaviour. Our mission is to develop formal tools for the clean design and analysis of general-purpose AI systems, with the intent of making such systems safer and more reliable when they are developed."