This summer, we asked our 2000 supporters to take a survey so that we can reflect on what we should do together to achieve a fairer, safer, more democratic money and banking system. Here is what you told us.
Speaking to the European Parliament’s economic committee, the nominated president for the European Central Bank Christine Lagarde set expectations high that she will review the ECB’s strategy, prioritize climate change, and improve the ECB’s dialogue with civil society.
The team of Positive Money Europe has compiled a list of books on monetary policy, banking and finance which are definitely worth adding to your reading list.
Digital currencies have great potential, but ceding control to a cartel of tech companies is not the answer.
The 2008 financial crash made clear how the workings of the financial world were not just technical matters for experts, but political questions that could upturn whole societies. In an age of climate crisis where the social consequences of 2008 are still being felt, central banks are in uncharted territory and having to rethink money in relation to society itself.