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The Auroville Economy

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Today the SAIIER conference room overflowed with Aurovilians eager, interested or merely curious to attend the first Joy of Learning session, titled “The Auroville Economy – are we different?”.
Divya first presented a comparison between the world economy and Auroville’s ideal internal economy, and introduced the concept of ‘social capital’. She reflected on the maintenance system, and identified gaps in AV’s economy.
Lyle guided us through some of Auroville’s basic financial realities and emphasised the need for more analysis of the data we have, posing some provocative questions – “what do we know about the health of Auroville’s economy?”
Suhasini and Chandresh joined the panel for a question answer session from the audience, and each panelist offered one idea for improving the Auroville economy over the next five years.
The session was the first in a series offered by the Auroville Campus Initiative.”

http://wiki.auroville.org.in/wiki/Event:Joy_of_Learning_1_-_The_Auroville_Economy

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1 comment:

Rod Hemsell Sep 08, 2014 Reply

The people who manage the Auroville finances (BCC) don’t know how to achieve the aims of Auroville, don’t know why the system isn’t working, haven’t thought about spiritual principles and practices, have negative critiques of the system, which they acknowledge doesn’t work. They say we aim to create a structure for 50,000 but don’t point out that a system for 2000 has no relevance in such a context; such a context doesn’t exist and may never exist. We don’t have a strategic plan. Ha ha.

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Learning Collectively: The Auroville Economy
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