Advocacy experience of the Bolivian platform with a gender perspective.

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In 2005, the first fair trade and solidarity economy coordination was created in Cochabamba in the framework of the International Fair of the city. From that moment on, various alternative economy events were held in both experiences.

In 2008, the Solidarity Economy and Fair-Trade Movement (ESYCJ) was finally established. This movement was made up of representatives of textile, farmers, leather, fresh and processed food artisans, in general all the groups and organisations that worked in the handicraft sector. The process was accompanied by some national and international organisations such as the Centre for International Studies and Cooperation (CECI UNITERRA) from Canada and Caritas Bolivia (an institution that belongs to the Catholic Church).

To know more, HERE (in Spanish).

Ripess
RIPESS is a worldwide network of continental networks promoting the Social Solidarity Economy, in order to transform our economy by putting people and the planet at the center of our activities.