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Millennial Burnout and Late-Stage Capitalism

Far from being lazy and entitled, Millennials are dealing with an increasingly extractive economic situation, in which longer hours, higher demand for efficiency, and increased productivity are expected while there are no long term guarantees of stability. Tyler Rankin examines the challenges facing his generation and how Prout can offer a way through the Age of Discontent.

Prout: a Viable Alternative or a Utopia?

by Howard Nemon and Dada Maheshvarananda At a recent gathering of Spiritual Activists in Ojai, California, participants were challenged to bring Prout into the midst of public debate by creatively exploring how its principles could be applied to important current social, economic and political issues.

The Prout Parliament Game

What would the world look like if Prout – as theory and movement – were in power? This was the core question posed by Sohail Inayatullah, UNESCO Chair in Futures Studies, in his playful workshop with a group of socio-spiritual activists.

Proutist Vision Shared with Indian activists

by K. Subramaniyan Around 40 social activists participated in a 2 day workshop organized jointly by the Yusuf Meherally Centre and Proutist Forum, which was held in Puri, Odisha in January, 2019. Presentations were inspired by the failings of the present economic model; Oxfam’s most recent report on inequality; and the Prout model of economic democracy and decentralization.

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