The purpose of the International Movement for Monetary Reform (IMMR) is to reform our current monetary system (where the bulk... View Article
Public debate on monetary reform is on in the Netherlands. Increasingly, the focus is on the virtual euro. Last month... View Article
In Berlin, the IMMR network took significant steps to consolidate its organisation and inspire future actions.
Global survey shows the current monetary system is democratically illegitimate and based on popular ignorance.
Sweden's move towards introducing its own digital currency would facilitate monetary reform and allow quick implementation of helicopter money.
Swiss campaigners respond to the Swiss government who recommends to keep allowing private banks to create money.
A successful event on monetary reform was held in the Finnish Parliament, featuring valuable expert analysis of sovereign money and MPs who support "QE for People".
This summer a group of Canadian German and Spanish monetary reformers were present at the World Social Forum to educate activists from all over the world about the implications of money creation.
A new report on sovereign money produced by KPMG-Iceland for the Prime Minister was released on September 5th. It was presented to the central bank governor at an event in Reykjavik.
On March 16th, the Dutch Parliament’s plenary assembly adopted two motions committing the government to carry out further research on money creation.