An Economy for the 21st Century

We are hungry for a new vision.
Capitalism
intended to bring prosperity to all-is steadily driving us towards economic and ecosystem collapse.

We want an economy that serves humanity and our planet, not just a handful of shareholders.

Together we can make a profound change to the way things work. We are building a network of change-makers with effective tools and a cohesive vision for the thriving world that we all long for.

Ecosystem, Society, Economy.

The economy is a small part of human society and humans are part of the global ecosystem

Are you ready to be part of the change?

As a species, as a society, as a planet, we have arrived at a critical juncture.
At this crossroads, we must decide in which direction we want human civilization to evolve.

Respectful Exchange

Prout offers a framework for a socio-economic system that respects the dignity of all people and guarantees the basic requirements for life through meaningful, well-paid employment.

It is designed to distribute wealth so that we can raise the standard of living for every community and each individual.

Through its guiding values, Prout invites us to live and work in respectful exchange with the Earth to support all forms of life to flourish.

New Vision for Europe Conference a Great Success

Just before Covid restrictions locked down Portugal, the Portuguese Prout Research Institute partnered in organising a systems change conference focused on the future of the EU. Speakers included economist Erik Reinert and Helena Norberg-Hodge from Local Futures.

The Unity of Embodied Action

Democratic society is hastily slipping toward autocratic rule. The reboot to Democracy 2.0 calls for the ethical, cultural, social, political, economic and ecological engagement of our regional communities. James Quilligan explores the concept of Embodied Action.

“Alternative visions are crucial at this moment in history.
Prout's co-operative model of economic democracy, based on cardinal human values and sharing of the planet for the welfare of everyone, deserves our serious consideration.”

Noam Chomsky, Professor of Linguistics at MIT, Author, Social Critic

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