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What do people know about co-operatives?

Cooperatives Europe took to the streets of Brussels to find out if and what do people of the EU quarter know about cooperatives! We even met MEPs Maria Joao Rodrogues & Isabella Adinolfi! This is the first video of the 3 part series. To find out more about us, visit https://coopseurope.coop/ Music Bensound – Rumble PAINT IT! - Nicolai Heidlas ICONS From the noun project Balance [...]

‘Wish Saemaul Geumgo Cooperative Movement to become seeds of hope in Myanmar’

“Myanmarese competent participants took education on Saemaul Geumgo Movement” Nine former and current officials from Ministry of Agriculture, Livestock and Irrigation of Myanmar visited Saemaul Geumgo and took training workshop to promote Saemaul Geumgo Movement in Myanmar. Saemaul Geumgo development model has two pillars. One is sustainable financial development stressing savings and the other is self-help development highlighting cooperative principle. The workshop was [...]

Participation: The Glue That Binds

Every week, the members of the Shallalà Honey Producers cooperative in southern Ethiopia must walk seven or eight kilometres to attend their regular meeting. The Italian consumers’ cooperative Coop Adriatica has 1.16 million members, making an Annual General Meeting for all an impossibility. All over the world, cooperatives face different challenges in ensuring that their members can have their say and feel a sense of ownership in [...]

The cooperative movement in Trentino

More than two hundred and twenty seven thousand individuals, in a population of approximately five hundred thousand inhabitants in Trentino, are members of cooperatives. This means that two families in every three are involved in the cooperative movement. Not only that! If the number of existing cooperatives, a few more than six hundred, is compared with the number of municipal areas, 217, it [...]

Coop’Art – Express Yourself

As part of our International Year Celebrations, the ICA launched a global artistic competition designed to encourage young people (16-35) to creatively express their views on co-operative principles. There were three different categories for the competition: music, video and photography. The aim was to create a song, a video or a photograph that promotes the principles of co-operation in a way attractive [...]

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