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We emphasise bringing care to light in order to analyse who and in what conditions it is managed, changing from an economy that focuses on the benefit of capital to one that considers care as a central aspect of life. This implies changing from competitive relational models to societies with more solidarity; from a hierarchical model of production to the democratisation of decision making; from accumulation to redistribution. Care can be understood as a tool that uncovers invisible but key social practices in western production models.