Religious organizations and ethical-religious associations in a new economy of community and solidarity. For an economy with a more human face
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The present essay is set in the wider context of researches aimed at encouraging the expansion of the economic model where profit is pursued together with social commitment. Such a profit is evenly distributed within a context of cooperation and sharing of projects of valuable worth. The model of sharing economy is, in fact, the source of inspiration of many of the economic enterprises undertaken both by religious organizations which carry out subsidiary activities other than those of religion and worship, and by numerous ethical and religious associations.
Collective Religious Freedom
Activities other than those of Religion or Worship