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Michel Bauwens in conversation about P2P enterpreneurship in the LUZ co-working space in Rio de Janeiro

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Michel Bauwens
10th January 2013

Intimate conversation with co-working social entepreneurship in Rio.

Never have I met so many people willing to change their lives and leave the traditional system as in Brazil. Everyday I would encounter several people who would say, “I quit my job”, in order to undertake more meaningful and socially just pursuits. Listening to them gives you an interesting indication of changing mentalities that forms the social basis for the p2p transformation of our social models.

Watch this video for a conversation with young Brazilian enterpreneurs:


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