Portugal Welcomes Proutist Author

Roar Bjonnes, co-author of the ground-breaking book Growing A New Economy, visited Portugal to present his findings on practical and comprehensive solutions to today’s problems and to strengthen contacts with local community leaders and thinkers.

Millennial Burnout and Late-Stage Capitalism

By Tyler Rankin Recently, a Buzzfeed article about “How Millennials Became the Burnout Generation” went viral. As somebody who fits into this cultural category, I’d like to explore this idea of “burnout” a bit more deeply.  The Buzzfeed article does a good job of addressing the fact that far from being lazy and entitled, Millennials […]

Prout: a Viable Alternative or a Utopia?

When recommending anything new and unique, the burden of proof always falls on those proposing the new answer or solution. And this task becomes particularly difficult when there are no existing examples or models that can serve as evidence.

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Prout Research Institute Venezuela in Alliance for Local Self-Reliance

The crisis in Venezuela is continuing. There are a few improvements in some areas. We can get cash money again, which solves some problems. There are more staple foods such as rice and oil in the stores. But in general, things are still quite difficult. Many big supermarkets are half empty. Food (and everything else) is limited and very expensive;

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Economic Democracy Seminar Held in New Delhi

A lively seminar on the theme of Economic Democracy was organized by Proutist Forum on 7th October at the Nehru Yuva Kendra in New Delhi. 130 participants attended the presentations and discussions which lasted more than four hours.

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