Alternatives al capitalisme

31 May 2007

Aquest quadern és una reflexió sobre les identitats socials i col·lectives. Es parteix d'una anàlisi del nostre món dividit, tot veient l'arrel de les fractures socials, i proposant, com a possible solució, la recuperació de les formes comunitàries. El capítol central indica com han de ser en el segle XXI les comunitats que poden donar identitat als individus. Finalment, es fa una breu reflexió sobre què pot aportar el cristianisme al debat per crear una societat més comunitarista. 

1 June 2006

En el breu període que va de 2000 a 2003, gairebé la totalitat deles grans companyies farmacèutiques van passar pels tribunalsdels EEUU, acusades de pràctiques fraudulentes. Quines són aquestes actuacions? Qui en rep les conseqüències?Què mou a les companyies farmacèutiques a actuar així? Quinesrespostes s'estan produint davant d'aquests abusos i quines cal quees produeixin encara?

31 October 2008

We are undoubtedly living in a time of crisis, a time when it is fitting to ask what type of society and what type of world we want to build. A time when, once and for all, we are called to possess the clarity of mind needed to know how to identify the emerging possibilities that we may find in our present reality. Crises are, to a certain extent, a wake-up call demanding that we change direction and build a world on new foundations. This booklet describes which are these foundations and the role that Religions may play in the setting up of a New Word Order.

31 October 2011

This booklet is a wake-up call about the situation in which more than half the world’s population is now living. For those living in the cities, it becomes increasingly more difficult to think about what lies behind a chicken, or a pineapple, which are purchased in large retail chains like Carrefour or Mercadona.  Meanwhile some 3 billion persons continue to produce almost all the food they consume, and they are effectively feeding 70% of the world population.

1 March 2015

So thoroughly has capitalism penetrated into our daily existence (work, social relations, entertainment, etc.) that an alternative system can be developed only by drawing on the same everyday elements. The author approaches this challenge by asking what contribution Christian faith can make as a way of life, and how this faith can be enriched in turn by the profound transformations taking place all around us. A serene dialogue characterized by respect and openness may allow us to come upon an unexpected revolution that will help humankind to move beyond the present state of crisis.