Tag Archives: Human Nature

Ontario Court’s Bold Move Protects Sex Industry Workers

In a stunning and potentially landmark court decision, an Ontario federal court struck down key criminal provisions related to prostitution and the sex industry yesterday. Essentially, prostitution is not, in and of itself, criminal in Canada; however, almost all of … Continue reading

Posted in Worker Rights | Tagged , | Leave a comment

Worker Co-ops and Workers, Unity vs. Cliques

How do we, as a movement, create a different organizational structure that creates synergy out of our differences? More importantly, how do we create a culture that overturns the worst lessons learned in the dominant paradigm? To me, the Human … Continue reading

Posted in Human Relations | Tagged , | 1 Comment

Producer Co-operatives and Workers

In his work over the last decade, Professor Daniel Côté has developed a new principle of management for non-worker co-operatives. The core of this work focuses on loyalty of the stakeholders. In his argument, Côté argues that all stakeholders of … Continue reading

Posted in Management, Worker Rights | Tagged , | 1 Comment

Cooperation and Human Nature

The New York Times published an article on childhood behavioral studies, among related research, that reveals a more positive and nuanced view of our biological heritage than the Social Darwinist promoted. However the article leaves a lot to be desired … Continue reading

Posted in Education, Society | Tagged , | Leave a comment