Conduct research and devise public policy proposals concerning science and arts, and question the linear economy's current ethical, economic, environmental, political and social frameworks. We explore different alternatives that uphold community ties, reciprocity among peoples, fair trade and environmental sustainability. Our core economic values rely on solidarity and fairness.
Become an international research and incidence point of reference regarding the current model's limits and its alternatives from the bottom up. We intend to impact the design, logistics and execution of public policies that underpin community welfare and disenfranchised groups so as to help build stronger, sustainable, just, equitable and flourishing communities.