The III Economy for The Common Good International Conference (ECGIC 2024) is a must-attend event for those passionate about creating a sustainable future. The conference, themed “Converging Future-Fit Economic Models: Advancing Just and Sustainable Regions,” is set to take place from June 3-5 in the beautiful city of Leeuwarden, Fryslân, The Netherlands. It provides an unbeatable platform for sharing ideas, learning from successful sustainable practices, and networking with thought leaders in the field. Anyone interested in economic sustainability, business leaders, policymakers, civil society organizations, academics, and students should consider attending.

There is a distinguished lineup of roundtable panelists and keynote speakers. Among them are: Kate Raworth, the ecological economist and creator of Doughnut Economy; Lebohang Liepollo Pheko, a ‘scholactivist’ and ambassador of the Well Being Economy Alliance; Jason Nardi, the European general delegate of the Intercontinental Network for the Promotion of Social Solidarity Economy (RIPESS) and president of the Italian Solidarity Economy Network (RIES); Bas van Bavel, historian specialized in economic and social history and university professor; Paul Schenderling economist, writer and speaker; and Christian Felber, the initiator of the ECOnGOOD movement (formerly “Economy for the Common Good”, which remains the name of the model and theory behind the organisation).

The ECGIC  2024 accepted abstracts and cases from 15 different countries, topics including but not limited to:

The congress aims to contribute to the mission of creating an economy that puts people and planet first. It seeks to facilitate discussions on sustainable economic models and practices that can be implemented on a policy level and put into practice. Don’t miss out on this unique opportunity to be part of the conversation shaping the future of our economy.  The comprehensive program includes keynote speeches, panel discussions, practical case studies, and workshops focusing on the convergence of future-fit economic models and sustainable practices.

Reserve your spot today! For registration and more details, visit the conference website. Find out more about the program, speakers and additional information.