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Was finde ich im Wiki?

Das Wiki ist eine

  • Informationsplattform, die einen Überblick über alle relevanten informationen der Bewegung gibt.
  • Kommunikationsplattform, auf der wir uns gegenseitig vernetzen und mit anderen Personen aus der Bewegung aus allen Teilen der Welt vernetzen können.
  • Arbeitsplattform, wo wir unsere Ideen, Projekte und Dokumente erstellen, teilen, diskutieren und speichern.

Hier kannst Du Dich über die GWÖ-Bewegung informieren:

  • Wie ist die Bewegung aufgebaut
  • An was für Themen arbeiten wir
  • Welche Projekte laufen derzeit
  • Wer arbeitet daran mit
  • und vieles mehr ...

Und weitere Tools und Applikationen findest Du in unserem Portal

Einige typische erste Fragen

Öffentlicher Bereich und interner Bereich

Dieser Willkommens-Bereich ist öffentlich zugänglich (also ohne Login) und gibt einen Einstieg in die GWÖ-Bewegung.
Sieh Dir einfach die Unterseiten (Navigation auf der linken Seite) an.

Wenn Du Dich mit Deinem GWÖ-Account angemeldet hast, dann schau doch mal in den internen Bereich hinein.
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Das ECG-Wiki soll dir helfen, sich in unserer Bewegung zu orientieren, Informationen auszutauschen und unsere Vision zu verwirklichen. Du findest hier Informationen über den Internationalen Verband, Akteur*innenkreise (Hubs), Regionalgruppen, Arbeitsgruppen, Projekte und vieles mehr. Unter ECG General findest du die wichtigsten Informationen über unsere Bewegung. Geh zu den länderspezifischen Seiten und erstellen Sie gemeinsam Seiten in verschiedenen Ländern. Um dieses Wiki nutzen zu können, benötigen Sie ein ECG Account.


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Ich möchte in der GWÖ mitmachen. Wie fange ich damit an?Erste Schritte in der GWÖ
Wie arbeiten wir in der GWÖ zusammen?Zusammenarbeiten in der GWÖ
Wie bekomme ich Zugang zum GWÖ-Wiki?GWÖ-Account beantragen
Wie bekomme ich Zugang zu weiteren GWÖ-Applikationen?Intranet-Portal - Unsere Applikationen

What can I find in the ECG Wiki?

The ECG Wiki is

  • an information platform that provides an overview of all relevant information about the movement
  • a communication platform on which we can network with other people in our movement
  • a working platform where we create, share, discuss and store our ideas, projects and documents

You can learn about the Economy for the Common Good (ECG) movement:

  • How is the movement structured?
  • What kind of topics are we working on?
  • What projects are currently underway?
  • Who is doing what type of work?
  • and much more...

And what you do not find here, is probably in one of our applications on

Some typical questions you might have

Spaces (areas within this wiki)

This welcome area is open to the "public space" (i.e. without login) and provides an introduction to the ECG movement.

Just have a look at the the content presently available in the navigation on the left side.

If you have registered with your ECG account, take a look at the "internal space". If you have any further questions, check out our Wiki Guide.

How to find information

  • Browse the navigation on the left
  • or use the search field at the top right of this window

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    This is a public page, but you will need an ECG account to access some of the resources below. Become a member today if you want full access to this Wiki and all our digital tools, as well as our exclusive international newsletter delivered straight to your inbox!

    The Economy for the Common Good (ECG) advocates a more ethical economic model, in which the wellbeing of people and the environment become the ultimate goal of business. The worldwide movement launched in 2010 and is based on the ideas of the Austrian publisher Christian Felber. Currently, the movement consists of over 4,500 members, 171 Local Chapters, 44 Municipalities. We have active members in 35 countries. Over 1000 businesses and organizations have completed the Common Good Balance Sheet. Worldwide, nearly 200 universities are actively involved in spreading the idea of the ECG. In 2018 the International Federation (IF) was founded and consists of 10 national associations.

    You can learn more about the ECG by exploring this Wiki (ECG account required) or visiting Click here to explore the country- and language-specific Wiki.

    For press queries, contact

    For more information visit our website at

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    • The Common Good Balance Sheet is based on the Common Good Matrix. Twenty themes describe a company’s contribution to the Common Good. These tools allow sustainability and transparency standards to be compared across all sectors, all types and all sizes of businesses.

    • Not only companies, also municipalities and educational institutions can apply the Common Good Balance Sheet and their social impact.

    • Many organizations have already successfully applied the Common Good Balance Sheet. Learn more about their good practices and find them on our map.

    Get Involved

    As a global non-profit, ECG has an amazing potential to transform our economic system, but all of our funding relies on people like you. Can you give today to keep the ECG strong? Donate here or become a member here.

    You can participate:

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    Transforming the Economy with ECG Tools

    a) Basics and examples

    • Matrix: Model for the organisational development and evaluation of entrepreneurial as well as charitable activities. It assesses and scores the contribution to the common good by evaluating 20 themes in the intersection between values and stakeholder groups.
    • Good Practices: Brochure with real-life examples for every Matrix Common Good theme.
    • Businesses act for the Common Good and the SDGs

    b) Common Good Product and Common Good Index 

    • Common Good Product: Economic instrument that measures the achievement of core values of a society and progress made towards economic goals derived from these values.
    • Common Good Index

    c) For Companies, Organisations, Universities, Cities

    • Common Good Balance Sheet: Complementary tool to the traditional financial balance, through which the contribution that each organization makes towards the Common Good is evaluated and qualified, facilitating a systematic examination of all activities from a 360° perspective.
    • Audit and Peer evaluation: There are two ways of completing your Common Good Balance Sheet.
      1. If a company works together with other companies in a peer group to produce its report, this is regarded as a peer evaluation.
      2. In all other cases, the report is evaluated by an external audit.
    • Fokus Gemeinwohl
    • Ecogood Business Canvas: Tool that combines the ECG model with the advantages of the well-known business canvas to allow companies and organisations to anchor their purpose and contribution to socio-ecological change in their business model right from the start, or to transform it.


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