Spanish War Tax Resisters and Indignados Join Forces to Nourish the Sharing Economy with Redirected Taxes

I’ve got an article about the Spanish desobediencia integral movement up at Shareable. Here’s how it starts:

Spanish war tax resisters and activists from the 15-M, or indignados, movement (the Spanish version of “Occupy”) have joined forces to organize a sharing economy network and to nourish it with redirected taxes.

How this came about is an interesting story, and though their project is decidedly edgier and more confrontational than most of what goes on under the sharing economy umbrella, we can learn a lot from what they have accomplished.

Shareable also conducted an interesting interview with Enric Duran which they published .

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