VIII International Gathering

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  • November 13, 10:30 a.m. Closing plenary

  • November 12, 4:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m. (Mexico time zone). The legal limits to the initiatives of the workers for their economic self-management. Elizabet López Canelas (Collective Territories in Resistencia, Bolivia); Antonio Mendoza (Iztapalapa Metropolitan Autonomous University, Mexico); Juan Pablo Arút Fonseca (Legal cooperative, Federation of TRASOL Cooperatives, Chile); Alexandre Mandl (Recovered Factories in Sao Paulo, Brazil). Coordinates: Daniel Sandoval (Cuaimalpa Metropolitan Autonomous University, ANEICI, Mexico).

  • November 12, 11:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. (Mexico time zone). How the threatened cooperatives resist. With Leobardo Vega Tellez (Cooperativa Cruz Azul, Mexico); Gigi Malabarba (Rimaflow Fabrica Autogestita, Italy); Francisco Martínez (Cooperativa Textiles Pigüé, Argentina); Sege Le Quéau (La Coop Des Masques, France); Ma. Paula Hernández Ángeles (Palo Alto Housing Cooperative, Mexico). Moderated by: Andres Ruggeri (Open Faculty Program, Argentina) and Víctor Manuel Valdez Romero (Social and Solidarity Economy Commission of the LF Del Centro Cooperative, Mexico)

  • November 11, 11:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. (Mexico City time zone). Job insecurity and new technologies. Yesenia Sánchez (MEASC, UAQ, Mexico); Natalia Acosta and Andrea Ramírez (Arturo Jauretche National University, Argentina); Carolina Peláez (Labor Studies, Metropolitan Autonomous University, Mexico); Débora Fernández (Contact Center – Worker Solidarity Telework, Spain); Patrick Le Theron (Union Sindical Solidaires, France). Moderator: Carlos León (Autonomous University of Querétaro, Mexico).

  • November 10, 11:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. (Mexico City time zone). Job insecurity. Crisis in the prospects for young people and new technologies. Wilmar Restrepo (Cooperatva de Trabajo Central en Movimiento, Argentina), Miguel Maximiliano (Bici Taxis Mosquitos, Mexico); JaimeFernando González (Cooperativa Autónoma de Transporte, Mexico); Fathi Bouarou (L’Apres M ’, Marseille, France); María José Sánchez (Venus Showroom, Aguascalientes, Mexico). Moderator: Carlos Garcío (UAM-X, Mexico).

  • November 9, 5  to 8 p.m. (Mexico City time zone). Articulation of public policies for the sector of the social, popular and self-managed economy. Comparative experiences for job creation. Mauricio Sardá de Faría (INCUBES – Incbadora de Emprendimientos Solidarios, Brasi); Rocío Mejía Flores (Telecomm, Mexico); Abelardo Cuellar (Secretary of Labor of the State of Puebla); Francisco Saucedo (CIESS – Universidad Iberoamericana, Mexico); José Abelli (Ministry of Productive Development, Argentina); Teresa Morales (Bolivia). Moderator: Ismael Osuna (Tandas para el Bienestar Program, Mexico)

  • November 9, 11:00 a.m. – 1:00 p.m. The participation of women from different processes and contexts that at an organizational and individual level are found in the construction of new imaginaries and paradigms and the need to adapt cooperatives. Greece Lorena Valencia Arcos, María José Sánchez de Loera, Ingrid Aneth Gómez Ramírez, Jéssica Mariana Carrillo Macías, Carlos Andrés Barba Noriega and Alessandro Grassi (Autonomous University of Aguascalientes, Mexico); Serge Le Queau (Coop Des Masques, France) Coordinator: Blanca Estela Melgarito (Our American Legal Science Network).

  • November 8, 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. (Mexico City time zone). Responses to job insecurity. With Jaime Fernando González and Luis Castillo Farjat (postgraduate in Sustainability Sciences, UNAM, Mexico); Antonio Lozano (Solidaridad Obrera, Spain); Alfonso Morales Pelunfinder and Miguel Burgos (Mexican Union of Bicycle Messengers by SIRAPPS Application, Mexico); Oscar Bogao (Federation of United Cooperatives, National Confederation of Work Cooperatives – Santa Fe, Argentina); Cristian Miño (National Confederation of Work Cooperatives – Santa Fe, Argentina). Coordinates: Manolo Robles (Cooperativa de Trabajo La Masa, Rosario, Argentina)

  • November 5, 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. (Mexico City time zone). The resources and necessary actions in the environmental issue and the economy of the workers. Henrique Novaes (Faculty of Philosophy and Sciences of the Paulista State University, Brazil); Layza Soares (Universidade Federal Fluminense, Brazil); Isidro Téllez Ramírez (graduate degree in geography, UNAM, Mexico); Favio Castro, Ivan Lucon (UNICAMP, Brazil); David Barkin (Department of Economic Production, UAM, Mexico). Coordinates: Yolanda García Beltrán (Master in Sustainable Societies, UAM, Mexico).

  • November 4, 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. (Mexico City time zone). 3/6 shaft. Table 5. “Conceptualization and Debates around the economy of workers and self-management”. Andrés Ruggeri (Open Faculty University Extension Program, Faculty of Philosophy and Letters, University of Buenos Aires, Argentina); Benoit Borrits (Association Pour L´Autogestion); Edgar Belmont (Mexico); Derrick Naidoo (The Community Healing, South Africa); Gabriel Gualhanone Nemirovsky (Nucleus of Epistemologies and Political Economy do Comum, Federal University of Mato Grosso do Sul, Brazil). Moderator: Celia Pacheco (Labor Studies, Metropolitan Autonomous University, Mexico).

  • November 3, 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. (Mexico City time zone). The global strategy and tactics of socialists in the context of contemporary capitalist global society. With Radhika Desai (Manifesto Group and University of Manitoba, Canada); Cliff Durand (Center for Global Justice); Sergio Hernández (UNAM, Mexico); Alexandr Buzgalin (Moscow State University, Russia). Moderated by: Marco Augusto Gómez Solorzano (Labor Studies, Metropolitan Autonomous University, Mexico).

  • October 30, 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. (Mexico City time zone). Life at the center: Women, Economy and Autonomy. Elizabeth García Hernández and Romelia Pérez Gómez (Red de Cooperativas del Sur, Mexico); Tabita Valadez García (Women in Struggle from San Miguel de Topilejo, Mexico); Silvia Páez Cortez (Network of Rural Women’s Groups, Uruguay). Coordinates: Claudia Hernández (Chile).

  • October 29, 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. (Mexico City time zone). Axis 6, Table 2. Recovered Companies and Self-Management. 20 years after the Argentine crisis of December 2001. With José Abelli (ACTRA, Argentina); Ruiz de Huidobro (Federation of Self-managed Meat and Related Cooperatives, Argentina); Silvia Díaz (La Cacerola Work Cooperative, FACTA); Fabián Pierucci (Cooperativa de Trabajo La Litoraleña, Argentina); Francisco Martínez (Cooperativa de Trabajo Textiles Pigüé, Argentina); Mónica Acosta (Renacer Work Cooperative, Argentina). Coordinated by: Andrés Ruggeri (University Extension Program Open Faculty, Faculty of Philosophy and Letters – University of Buenos Aires, Argentina)

  • October 28, 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. (Mexico City time zone). Axis 5 Table 4. Union and cooperative resistance in essential services. Energy cooperatives and the vindication of the public. With Eréndira Velázquez (Mexican Union of Electricians); Lala Peñaranda (Unions for Energy Democracy) “The role of democratic and union control in the Just Transition” USA; Juan Carlos Escalante (National Assembly of Electric Power Users) Mexico; Gonzalo Castelgrande (Association of UTE Officials, Uruguay); Dominic Guerré (Railcoop, France); Derrick Naidoo (The Community Healing Network, South Africa). Coordinates: Edgar Belmont (Autonomous University of Querétaro, Mexico)

  • October 27, 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. (Mexico City time zone). Financing strategies for projects of the Popular, Social and Self-managed Economy. With Carlos Aulet (National Central of Workers of Uruguay -PIT-CNT-, Uruguay); Eva Verde (Solidarity Markets Program, Argentina); Elia E. López Mandujano (Tandas para el Bienestar, Ministry of Welfare, Mexico); Juan José Rojas Herrera (Colectivo de Cooperativas de la Nueva Central de Trabajadores, Mexico); Francisco Martínez (Cooperativa de Trabajo Textiles Pigüé, Argentina). Moderated by: Colectivo de Cooperativas de la Nueva Central de Trabajadores, Mexico.

 

  • October 26, 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. (Mexico City time zone). Synergy and alliances between union organizations and cooperatives. With Carlos Aulet (National Central of Workers of Uruguay -PIT-CNT-, Uruguay); Enrique Gómez (TRADOC, New Central of Workers of Mexico); Antonio Lozano (Solidaridad Obrera, Spain); Christian Mahieux (Union Syndicale, Solidaires, France); Hugo Cabrera (Gráfica Campichuelo – Federation of Self-Managed Cooperatives of Buenos Aires, Argentina). Moderator: Nara Cladera (Association Pour L ’Autogestion,

 

  • October 23, 11:00 a.m. Feminist Assembly

 

  • October 22, 11: 00-14: 00 hs. Strategies to strengthen university ties and collaboration in the development of collective projects. Luz Elvia García Ramos (University Center for Economic-Administrative Sciences, University of Guadalajara, Mexico); Octavio Maza (PhD in Social Economy, Autonomous University of Aguascalientes, Mexico); José Miguel González Casanova (Heterotopic, University of Mobile Autonomous Nodes, Mexico); Fernanda Santos Araujo (Interdisciplinary Nucleus for Social Development, Federal University of Rio de Janeiro, Brazil). Coordinates: Celia Pacheco.

  • October 20, 11:00 – 14:00. (Mexico time zone). The contribution of the University in the strengthening of the Social Economy, in the consolidation of Self-Management projects and in the autonomy and emancipation of the workers. With Jesús Rivera Sánchez (Interinstitutional Doctoral Program in Solidarity Social Economy, Universidad Autónoma Chapingo, Mexico); Javier Antivero (Open Faculty Program, University of Buenos Aires, Argentina); Marco Augusto Gómez Solórzano (Area of Labor Studies UAM-X, Mexico); Manuel Ramírez Casillas (International Center for Research on the Solidarity Economy, Universidad Iberoamericana, Mexico). Coordinates: Blanca Estela Mergarito.

 

  • October 19, 11:00 – 14:00. The crisis of global capitalism before and during the pandemic. Economic, political and labor perspectives of the workers. Humberto Montes de Oca (Union of Electricians of Mexico); Julio Gambina (Director of the Institute of Studies and Training of the Central de Trabajadores de Argentina); Florencia Partenio (Arturo Jauretche National University, Argentina); Gonzalo Fernández (OMAL, Basque Country); Tom Kucharz (Ecologists in Action, Spanish State). Moderator: Edgar Belmont (Autonomous University of Querétaro, Mexico).

 

 

  • October 18, 11:00 – 14:00. Dialogue of knowledge about health. Interdisciplinarity and interculturality: bets for the health and emancipation of workers. Carlos Cruz Guerrero (Cooperativa de Trabajo Luz y Fuerza Del Centro, Mexico); Federico Bejarano and Alberto Vázquez (Cooperativa La Huella, Argentina); Josefina Chávez Guerrero and Joaquín Ventura Sique (Indigenous Intercultural University of Michoacán, Mexico); Julio César Neffa (University of Buenos Aires, Argentina); Tabita Valadez García and Josefina Serrano Crespo (“Mujeres en Lucha” Community Services Center of San Miguel de Topilejo, Mexico). Moderated by: Margarita Pulido, Noemí Luján and Juan Víctor Faccio (UAM-X, Mexico).

 

 

  • October 15, 11:00 – 14:00. Axis 5 / Table 3. Fair Trade and Solidarity Networks. What is proposed as a new model of sustainable consumption after COVID in the framework of the Social and Solidarity Economy. With Eduardo Amorín (CONSOL Consumer Cooperative, Argentina), Martina Lo Cascio (Fuori Mercato Autogestione in Movimento, Italy), Marco Turra (RACU Association, Italy), Emma María Villanueva (Consulo Coldario del Ecomún Network, Mexico), Gabriela Arroyo Morales (Multitrueke Mixiuhca, Mexico). Moderator: Víctor Manuel Valdez Romero (Cooperativa LF Del Centro, Mexico).

  • October 14, 11:00 – 14:00. Axis 1. Table 2. The global strategy and tactics of the socialists in the context of contemporary global capitalist society. Marco Gómez (UAM-X, Mexico): «Some hypotheses about the strategy and tactics of the socialists in the contemporary global capitalist system»; Betsy Bowman (Center for Global Justice, Mexico): “Global imperialism, the economic and military domination of the United States and the defense of the US dollar as a world currency”; Bob Stone (Center for Global Justice, Mexico): «The era of omnicide vs. Sartre’s notion of an integral community ”; Andrés Ruggeri (Open Faculty Program, Argentina): «New modes of capital accumulation in the exploitation of labor; Enrique Dávalos (Mexico): «The Zapatista perspective in the struggle for emancipation».

 

  • October 13, 11:00 – 14:00. Axis 9. Conversation on Struggles, resistance and construction of alternatives for migrant workers (Second part). RICARDO ORTEGA member of Legacy of Equality, Leadership and Organizing (LELO), Communities of Color in the face of Covid-19 in the United States. (Seattle, Washington, United States); FOTIS MESSADOS graduate student, Stereotypes in the Greek press around migrants (Greece); AMARELA VARELA HUERTA Research Professor, Academy of Communication and Culture, UACMl. Migrant struggles and popular epidemiology in times of Covid 19 (Mexico); OCTAVIO ROSAS LANDA Research Professor at the Faculty of Economics, UNAM. The capitalist climate crisis and its migratory effects (Mexico); LUCY RODRÍGUEZ immigration attorney member of the National Lawyers Guild International Committee and Labor Committee for Employment. Impact of the Covid-19 pandemic on immigrant rights and immigration policies in the United States (California, United States).

  • October 7, 11:00 a.m. – 2:00 p.m. Axis 3/6 Table 1
    «Yesterday trade unionists, today cooperative members. The challenges of the convergence of trade unionism and cooperativism ”. Juan Manuel Soto, Education Commission, Pascual Workers Cooperative (Mexico), Jesús Torres Nuño, Western Democratic Workers TRADOC (Mexico), VioMe (Greece), Flasko (Brazil)
    Coordinated by: Carlos Aulet Pit-CNTAlfredo Desiderio Rojas Lara, President of the Cooperativa SME Luz y Fuerza del Centro

  • October 6, 11:00 a.m. Struggles, resistance and construction of alternatives for migrant workers. Discussion with the participation of David Bacon (photojournalist, Berkeley, California)) Tomás Segarra (Jaume I University, Castellón, Spain), Gil Félix (Federal University of Latin American Integration,) Foz de Iguazu, Brazil), Adriana Martínez, Nashelly Ocampo and Ana Alicia Peña (researchers at the Faculty of Economics, UNAM, Mexico).

  • Visit to the Women in Struggle Community Services Center (San Miguel de Topilejo, Mexico)


 

  • Live streaming of the Opening (August 30):

 


8th International Workers’ Economy Gathering

Short Call

Mexico City, August 30th – October 31st, 2021

 

The Workers’ Economy International Network announces its 8th International Gathering in Mexico.

 

The 8th International Workers’ Economy Gathering will take place in Mexico City, from August 30th to October 31st, 2021.

 

We invite all workers from recuperated and self-managed enterprises, cooperatives and social and popular economy organizations to participate, as well as trade unions and academics interested in and committed to self-management practices and the project of a new workers’ economy.

 

The opening event will be held virtual on August 30, 11am to 2pm, in Mexico City.

 

In the midst of the critical context that we are experiencing because of the Covid19 Pandemic, this gathering becomes relevant for the international social movement for the social and popular economy that is under construction. Beyond the analysis and knowledge of the social and labor reality and the exchange of our experiences, we propose that this gathering contributes to the intersection between the spaces for reflection and our problematics as workers to transform our living conditions and to be protagonists in the construction of political, social, labor and cultural proposals.

 

Discussion Points

  1. The crisis of global capitalism before and during the pandemic. Economic, political and labor perspectives for workers.
  2. Resources, tools, methods and strategies based on collective actions such as self-management, cooperatives, recovered enterprises.
  3. Self-managed work contributions to collective development to combat inequalities and discrimination.
  4. Distribution and consumption from the point of view of social and popular economy, well-being and sustainability.
  5. The challenges of trade unionism, cooperativism and other forms of workers’ organization.
  6. The precariousness of work, job insecurity and unemployment before and after the Covid19 pandemic.
  7. The workers participation to create public policies that strengthen the social and popular economy and cooperativism
  8. The links between the fight for dignified work and the fight for workers’ health.
  9. The Worker’s Economy in the context of national and international migration.
  10. Popular education and the construction of pedagogical practices. The social function of universities, the co-production of learning and the transfer of knowledge.

 

Key dates

Proposals will be received for activities to organize the schedule of activities from July 15 to August 31, 2021. The activities can be: Discussions, Virtual visits to cooperatives, recovered enterprises and self-managed locations in Mexico and other countries. Seminars, methodologies and advances in studies on cooperativism, recovered enterprises, popular economy, and others. Workshop, book and magazine presentations. Documentaries, films, photographic archives, concerts and other recreational activities related to the agenda of the gathering, can be held in September and October. Activities can be proposed with up to 5 participants, including the chair, on specific topics, based on the discussion points, and it’s suggested to consider a time for dialogue with the audience. The activities can be testimonial and, in the case of those that contain elements of reflection and analysis, please use accessible language.

 

It’s important consider that, since this is an international gathering, the activities may take place from 11am to 2pm Mexico City time, with maximum duration of 3 hours.

 

Proposals can be submitted by this form

 

Check the call on the official page of the gathering at:

economiatrabajadors.com

 

Contact: 8economiadelostrabajadores@gmail.com

 

Hourly Schedule

August 30

11:00 - 14:00
Opening
http://youtube.com/

September 9

11 - 13:30
Visit to the Women in Struggle Community Services Center (San Miguel de Topilejo, Mexico)

October 6

11:00 - 14:00
Struggles, resistance and construction of alternatives for migrant workers.
Discussion with the participation of David Bacon (photojournalist, Berkeley, California)) Tomás Segarra (Jaume I University, Castellón, Spain), Gil Félix (Federal University of Latin American Integration,) Foz de Iguazu, Brazil), Adriana Martínez, Nashelly Ocampo and Ana Alicia Peña (researchers at the Faculty of Economics, UNAM, Mexico).

October 7

11:00 - 14:00
Axis 3/6 Table 1 «Yesterday trade unionists, today cooperative members. The challenges of the convergence of trade unionism and cooperativism ”.
Juan Manuel Soto, Education Commission, Pascual Workers Cooperative (Mexico), Jesús Torres Nuño, Western Democratic Workers TRADOC (Mexico), VioMe (Greece), Flasko (Brazil) Coordinated by: Carlos Aulet Pit-CNTAlfredo Desiderio Rojas Lara, President of the Cooperativa SME Luz y Fuerza del Centro

October 13

11:00 - 14:00
Axis 9. Conversation on Struggles, resistance and construction of alternatives for migrant workers (Second part).
RICARDO ORTEGA member of Legacy of Equality, Leadership and Organizing (LELO), Communities of Color in the face of Covid-19 in the United States. (Seattle, Washington, United States); FOTIS MESSADOS graduate student, Stereotypes in the Greek press around migrants (Greece); AMARELA VARELA HUERTA Research Professor, Academy of Communication and Culture, UACMl. Migrant struggles and popular epidemiology in times of Covid 19 (Mexico); OCTAVIO ROSAS LANDA Research Professor at the Faculty of Economics, UNAM. The capitalist climate crisis and its migratory effects (Mexico); LUCY RODRÍGUEZ immigration attorney member of the National Lawyers Guild International Committee and Labor Committee for Employment. Impact of the Covid-19 pandemic on immigrant rights and immigration policies in the United States (California, United States).

October 14

- 14:00
Axis 1. Table 2. The global strategy and tactics of the socialists in the context of contemporary global capitalist society.
Marco Gómez (UAM-X, Mexico): «Some hypotheses about the strategy and tactics of the socialists in the contemporary global capitalist system»; Betsy Bowman (Center for Global Justice, Mexico): "Global imperialism, the economic and military domination of the United States and the defense of the US dollar as a world currency"; Bob Stone (Center for Global Justice, Mexico): «The era of omnicide vs. Sartre's notion of an integral community ”; Andrés Ruggeri (Open Faculty Program, Argentina): «New modes of capital accumulation in the exploitation of labor; Enrique Dávalos (Mexico): «The Zapatista perspective in the struggle for emancipation».

October 15

11:00 - 14:00
Axis 5 / Table 3. Fair Trade and Solidarity Networks. What is proposed as a new model of sustainable consumption after COVID in the framework of the Social and Solidarity Economy.
With Eduardo Amorín (CONSOL Consumer Cooperative, Argentina), Martina Lo Cascio (Fuori Mercato Autogestione in Movimento, Italy), Marco Turra (RACU Association, Italy), Emma María Villanueva (Consulo Coldario del Ecomún Network, Mexico), Gabriela Arroyo Morales (Multitrueke Mixiuhca, Mexico). Moderator: Víctor Manuel Valdez Romero (Cooperativa LF Del Centro, Mexico).

October 18

11:00 - 14:00
Dialogue of knowledge about health. Interdisciplinarity and interculturality: bets for the health and emancipation of workers.
Carlos Cruz Guerrero (Cooperativa de Trabajo Luz y Fuerza Del Centro, Mexico); Federico Bejarano and Alberto Vázquez (Cooperativa La Huella, Argentina); Josefina Chávez Guerrero and Joaquín Ventura Sique (Indigenous Intercultural University of Michoacán, Mexico); Julio César Neffa (University of Buenos Aires, Argentina); Tabita Valadez García and Josefina Serrano Crespo ("Mujeres en Lucha" Community Services Center of San Miguel de Topilejo, Mexico). Moderated by: Margarita Pulido, Noemí Luján and Juan Víctor Faccio (UAM-X, Mexico).

October 19

11:00 - 14:00
The crisis of global capitalism before and during the pandemic. Economic, political and labor perspectives of the workers.
Humberto Montes de Oca (Union of Electricians of Mexico); Julio Gambina (Director of the Institute of Studies and Training of the Central de Trabajadores de Argentina); Florencia Partenio (Arturo Jauretche National University, Argentina); Gonzalo Fernández (OMAL, Basque Country); Tom Kucharz (Ecologists in Action, Spanish State). Moderator: Edgar Belmont (Autonomous University of Querétaro, Mexico).

October 20

11:00 - 14:00
The contribution of the University in the strengthening of the Social Economy, in the consolidation of Self-Management projects and in the autonomy and emancipation of the workers.
With Jesús Rivera Sánchez (Interinstitutional Doctoral Program in Solidarity Social Economy, Universidad Autónoma Chapingo, Mexico); Javier Antivero (Open Faculty Program, University of Buenos Aires, Argentina); Marco Augusto Gómez Solórzano (Area of Labor Studies UAM-X, Mexico); Manuel Ramírez Casillas (International Center for Research on the Solidarity Economy, Universidad Iberoamericana, Mexico). Coordinates: Blanca Estela Mergarito.

October 22

11:00 - 14:00
Strategies to strengthen university ties and collaboration in the development of collective projects.
Luz Elvia García Ramos (University Center for Economic-Administrative Sciences, University of Guadalajara, Mexico); Octavio Maza (PhD in Social Economy, Autonomous University of Aguascalientes, Mexico); José Miguel González Casanova (Heterotopic, University of Mobile Autonomous Nodes, Mexico); Fernanda Santos Araujo (Interdisciplinary Nucleus for Social Development, Federal University of Rio de Janeiro, Brazil). Coordinates: Celia Pacheco.

October 23

11:00 - 14:00
Feminist Assembly

October 26

11:00 - 14:00
Synergy and alliances between union organizations and cooperatives.
With Carlos Aulet (National Central of Workers of Uruguay -PIT-CNT-, Uruguay); Enrique Gómez (TRADOC, New Central of Workers of Mexico); Antonio Lozano (Solidaridad Obrera, Spain); Christian Mahieux (Union Syndicale, Solidaires, France); Hugo Cabrera (Gráfica Campichuelo - Federation of Self-Managed Cooperatives of Buenos Aires, Argentina). Moderator: Nara Cladera (Association Pour L ’Autogestion, France).

October 27

11:00 - 14:00
Financing strategies for projects of the Popular, Social and Self-managed Economy.
With Carlos Aulet (National Central of Workers of Uruguay -PIT-CNT-, Uruguay); Eva Verde (Solidarity Markets Program, Argentina); Elia E. López Mandujano (Tandas para el Bienestar, Ministry of Welfare, Mexico); Juan José Rojas Herrera (Colectivo de Cooperativas de la Nueva Central de Trabajadores, Mexico); Francisco Martínez (Cooperativa de Trabajo Textiles Pigüé, Argentina). Moderated by: Colectivo de Cooperativas de la Nueva Central de Trabajadores, Mexico.

October 28

11:00 - 14:00
Axis 5 Table 4. Union and cooperative resistance in essential services. Energy cooperatives and the vindication of the public.
With Eréndira Velázquez (Mexican Union of Electricians); Lala Peñaranda (Unions for Energy Democracy) "The role of democratic and union control in the Just Transition" USA; Juan Carlos Escalante (National Assembly of Electric Power Users) Mexico; Gonzalo Castelgrande (Association of UTE Officials, Uruguay); Dominic Guerré (Railcoop, France); Derrick Naidoo (The Community Healing Network, South Africa). Coordinates: Edgar Belmont (Autonomous University of Querétaro, Mexico)

October 29

11:00 - 14:00
Axis 6, Table 2. Recovered Companies and Self-Management. 20 years after the Argentine crisis of December 2001.
Copn José Abelli (ACTRA, Argentina); Ruiz de Huidobro (Federation of Self-managed Meat and Related Cooperatives, Argentina); Silvia Díaz (La Cacerola Work Cooperative, FACTA); Fabián Pierucci (Cooperativa de Trabajo La Litoraleña, Argentina); Francisco Martínez (Cooperativa de Trabajo Textiles Pigüé, Argentina); Mónica Acosta (Renacer Work Cooperative, Argentina). Coordinated by: Andrés Ruggeri (University Extension Program Open Faculty, Faculty of Philosophy and Letters - University of Buenos Aires, Argentina)

October 30

11:00 - 13:00
Life at the center: Women, Economy and Autonomy.
Elizabeth García Hernández and Romelia Pérez Gómez (Red de Cooperativas del Sur, Mexico); Tabita Valadez García (Women in Struggle from San Miguel de Topilejo, Mexico); Silvia Páez Cortez (Network of Rural Women's Groups, Uruguay). Coordinates: Claudia Hernández (Chile).

November 3

11:00 - 14:00
The global strategy and tactics of socialists in the context of contemporary capitalist global society.
With Radhika Desai (Manifesto Group and University of Manitoba, Canada); Cliff Durand (Center for Global Justice); Sergio Hernández (UNAM, Mexico); Alexandr Buzgalin (Moscow State University, Russia). Moderated by: Marco Augusto Gómez Solorzano (Labor Studies, Metropolitan Autonomous University, Mexico).

November 4

11:00 - 14:00
3/6 shaft. Table 5. "Conceptualization and Debates around the economy of workers and self-management".
Andrés Ruggeri (Open Faculty University Extension Program, Faculty of Philosophy and Letters, University of Buenos Aires, Argentina); Benoit Borrits (Association Pour L´Autogestion); Edgar Belmont (Mexico); Derrick Naidoo (The Community Healing, South Africa); Gabriel Gualhanone Nemirovsky (Nucleus of Epistemologies and Political Economy do Comum, Federal University of Mato Grosso do Sul, Brazil). Moderator: Celia Pacheco (Labor Studies, Metropolitan Autonomous University, Mexico).

November 5

11:00 - 14:00
The resources and necessary actions in the environmental issue and the economy of the workers.
Henrique Novaes (Faculty of Philosophy and Sciences of the Paulista State University, Brazil); Layza Soares (Universidade Federal Fluminense, Brazil); Isidro Téllez Ramírez (graduate degree in geography, UNAM, Mexico); Favio Castro, Ivan Lucon (UNICAMP, Brazil); David Barkin (Department of Economic Production, UAM, Mexico). Coordinates: Yolanda García Beltrán (Master in Sustainable Societies, UAM, Mexico).

November 8

11:00 - 14:00
Responses to job insecurity.
With Jaime Fernando González and Luis Castillo Farjat (postgraduate in Sustainability Sciences, UNAM, Mexico); Antonio Lozano (Solidaridad Obrera, Spain); Alfonso Morales Pelunfinder and Miguel Burgos (Mexican Union of Bicycle Messengers by SIRAPPS Application, Mexico); Oscar Bogao (Federation of United Cooperatives, National Confederation of Work Cooperatives - Santa Fe, Argentina); Cristian Miño (National Confederation of Work Cooperatives - Santa Fe, Argentina). Coordinates: Manolo Robles (Cooperativa de Trabajo La Masa, Rosario, Argentina)

November 9

11:00 - 13:00
The participation of women from different processes and contexts that at an organizational and individual level are found in the construction of new imaginaries and paradigms and the need to adapt cooperatives.
Greece Lorena Valencia Arcos, María José Sánchez de Loera, Ingrid Aneth Gómez Ramírez, Jéssica Mariana Carrillo Macías, Carlos Andrés Barba Noriega and Alessandro Grassi (Autonomous University of Aguascalientes, Mexico); Serge Le Queau (Coop Des Masques, France) Coordinator: Blanca Estela Melgarito (Our American Legal Science Network).
17:00 - 20:00
Articulation of public policies for the sector of the social, popular and self-managed economy. Comparative experiences for job creation.
Mauricio Sardá de Faría (INCUBES - Incbadora de Emprendimientos Solidarios, Brasi); Rocío Mejía Flores (Telecomm, Mexico); Abelardo Cuellar (Secretary of Labor of the State of Puebla); Francisco Saucedo (CIESS - Universidad Iberoamericana, Mexico); José Abelli (Ministry of Productive Development, Argentina); Teresa Morales (Bolivia). Moderator: Ismael Osuna (Tandas para el Bienestar Program, Mexico)

November 10

11:00 - 14:00
Job insecurity. Crisis in the prospects for young people and new technologies.
Wilmar Restrepo (Cooperatva de Trabajo Central en Movimiento, Argentina), Miguel Maximiliano (Bici Taxis Mosquitos, Mexico); JaimeFernando González (Cooperativa Autónoma de Transporte, Mexico); Fathi Bouarou (L’Apres M ’, Marseille, France); María José Sánchez (Venus Showroom, Aguascalientes, Mexico). Moderator: Carlos Garcío (UAM-X, Mexico).

November 11

11:00 - 14:00
Job insecurity and new technologies.
Yesenia Sánchez (MEASC, UAQ, Mexico); Natalia Acosta and Andrea Ramírez (Arturo Jauretche National University, Argentina); Carolina Peláez (Labor Studies, Metropolitan Autonomous University, Mexico); Débora Fernández (Contact Center - Worker Solidarity Telework, Spain); Patrick Le Theron (Union Sindical Solidaires, France). Moderator: Carlos León (Autonomous University of Querétaro, Mexico).

November 12

11:00 - 14:00
How the threatened cooperatives resist.
With Leobardo Vega Tellez (Cooperativa Cruz Azul, Mexico); Gigi Malabarba (Rimaflow Fabrica Autogestita, Italy); Francisco Martínez (Cooperativa Textiles Pigüé, Argentina); Sege Le Quéau (La Coop Des Masques, France); Ma. Paula Hernández Ángeles (Palo Alto Housing Cooperative, Mexico). Moderated by: Andres Ruggeri (Open Faculty Program, Argentina) and Víctor Manuel Valdez Romero (Social and Solidarity Economy Commission of the LF Del Centro Cooperative, Mexico)
16:00 - 19:00
The legal limits to the initiatives of the workers for their economic self-management.
Elizabet López Canelas (Collective Territories in Resistencia, Bolivia); Antonio Mendoza (Iztapalapa Metropolitan Autonomous University, Mexico); Juan Pablo Arút Fonseca (Legal cooperative, Federation of TRASOL Cooperatives, Chile); Alexandre Mandl (Recovered Factories in Sao Paulo, Brazil). Coordinates: Daniel Sandoval (Cuaimalpa Metropolitan Autonomous University, ANEICI, Mexico).

November 13

10:30 -
Closing plenary.
Balance of the situation of the working class and the International Meeting. Proposals for the future
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