How should activists, movements and communities connect their immediate struggles with building a longer-term agenda for change?
How can popular forces connect their immediate demands with a transformative logic that can challenge and roll back the logic of the market at the local state?
How do notions of public goods and a social wage become sensible, realistic, desirable and owned by communities, social movements and activists?
How do communities and movements connect their struggles with the need for a struggle against austerity?
How does the Initiative create conducive platforms to solve these questions concretely in action at the grassroots?