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Membership of The Interdependence and the use of the idt. signifier is open to anyone and everyone who supports community economies’ values and ethics. Many of us are practicing community economies already - we just might use slightly different names.

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Are you Interdependent?

We ask the following questions through our work. If you find yourselves asking them too, maybe you should join us.

  • SURVIVAL. What do we really need to survive well? How do we balance our own survival needs and well-being with the well-being of others and the planet?
  • SURPLUS. What’s left after our survival needs have been met? How do we distribute this
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Honouring the Interdependence Between All Things

The idt. is for everyone who practices economies with care, and who understands that our survival and wellbeing depends upon each other and on the planet.

idt. is for those who want to cultivate diverse norms and new practices based on an ethic of interconnection. It is for anyone and everyone who knows we are in it together.

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Many hands picking leaves from a central table , Two people holding up containers of fruit they have picked , Three bottles and a packet showing the products developed

Company Drinks is a drinks company with a difference.

We are a community space and social enterprise based in Barking and Dagenham, where we make drinks with and for each other. Company Drinks started in 2014 with the invitation to going picking together *, in local green spaces and the nearby countryside.

Since then it has developed into a network of strands which include growing, drinks making, heritage, well-being, learning


In this essay I reflect on and theorize efforts to teach, learn, and advance solidarity economy, a movement and design project to create the conditions for community determination and collective well-being. I draw from five years of ethnographic work and two years of teaching efforts to reassemble the resources at hand into a pedagogical intervention along the lines of what Jon Law (2004) describes as a “methods assemblage,” a set of