Law as a vehicle for social change:
Mainstreaming Non-Extractive Economic Practices (N-EXTs)
Towards a non-extractive future
The ultimate goal of N-EXTLAW is to achieve a non-extractive, sustainable economic model. Our mission is to understand how we can rethink our legal framework to support sustainable economic practices.
In this way, law provides actions with meaning and can be used as a vehicle for social change.
Join our community
We use existing non-extractive economic practices as a starting point. This means that we are looking for partners that share our values.
We aim to set up a community of people and organizations to participate in our research. Our goal is to create concrete social change together.
Updates from the project
N-EXTLAW’s Zafar Shaikhli has written a blog post on ‘Levelling the Playing Field: Making the BVm Viable’. In this blog, Zafar discusses the…
N-EXTLAW’s Marlie Janssens has written a working paper on ‘Experimental Regulation for Social Innovations’ as part of the N-EXTLAW Working Paper Series. In…
Marija Bartl and Nena van der Horst’s proposal to introduce a mandatory ‘Transition Reserve’ has been published as an opinion piece in…