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  • CLTs Going Commercial
    by Josh Davis on 9 April 2021 at 15 h 13 min

    CLTs Going Commercial Josh Davis April 9, 2021, 3:13 pm “Theoretically and practically the community land trust mechanism for preserving the availability and often the affordability of commercial properties works the same as for residential, or at least it can work that way,” says Mike Brown, a partner in Burlington Associates, a national consulting cooperative that helps nonprofit corporations develop real estate. “The goal is to assist established […]

  • Free Online Panel Discussion about Urban Intentional Communities
    by Josh Davis on 8 April 2021 at 18 h 28 min

    Free Online Panel Discussion about Urban Intentional Communities Josh Davis April 8, 2021, 6:28 pm The Global Ecovillage Network – North America (GENNA) is producing a free online urban intentional communities discussion. The topic is the struggles and resilience of urban communities.  Urban communities often encounter challenges that rural ones do not, as how to create a rural community is more established.  The panel consists of 5 seasoned leaders […]

  • ExRotaprint Project Description
    by Socioeco.org on 8 April 2021 at 1 h 23 min

    Social Solidarity Economy in Europe : affirming a new paradigm trhough IVET curricula innovationOrganismes : Technologie-Netzwerk Berlin e. V.Mots-clés géographiques : Europe, AllemagneMots-clés thématiques : éducation/sensibilisationSocioeco.org, site ressources de l’économie sociale et solidaire – Documents

  • GYF 2021: A celebration of youth coop entrepreneurship
    by cicopa on 7 April 2021 at 15 h 11 min

    7 April 2021 The second edition of the GYF took place online, where trainers, professionals, and youth from all around

  • AROUNDTHEWORLD.COOP #7 | CHEESE BOARD COLLECTIVE | BERKELEY, USA
    by Socioeco.org on 7 April 2021 at 1 h 21 min

    Social Solidarity Economy in Europe : affirming a new paradigm trhough IVET curricula innovationOrganismes : Dock Social Solidarity Zone, Erasmus Project SSE-Vocational Educational Training (SSE-VET2)Mots-clés géographiques : Amérique du Nord, États-UnisMots-clés thématiques : Les coopératives, éducation/sensibilisationSocioeco.org, site ressources de l’économie sociale et solidaire – Vidéos

  • Chapter 24 - FOOD AS COMMONS :Towards a new relationship between the public, the civic and the private
    by Socioeco.org on 7 April 2021 at 1 h 21 min

    in ROUTLEDGE HANDBOOK OF FOOD AS A COMMONS: (pp. 373-396)Auteurs : Olivier De Schutter, Ugo Mattei, Jose Luis Vivero Pol, Tomaso FerrandoMots-clés géographiques : Europe, Belgique, Royaume UniMots-clés thématiques : Les Communs, circuits courts et circuits économiques solidaires, agroécologieSocioeco.org, site ressources de l’économie sociale et solidaire – Documents

  • In defense of life over profit: Vaccine and public, free healthcare for all now!
    by Ndabezinhle on 5 April 2021 at 17 h 14 min

    INTERNATIONAL MANIFESTO FOR LIFE The COVID-19 pandemic has universally put on display the contradictions of capitalism that put profit before people’s lives: The pharmaceutical companies are only concerned with their profits; they give the vaccines to the first who are willing to pay. Of all vaccines distributed to date, 75% went to the 30 richest... Read more → The post In defense of life over profit: Vaccine and public, free healthcare for all now! appeared first on Via Campesina […]

  • The CAP must support more farmers and better food in line with the F2F Strategy
    by Ndabezinhle on 4 April 2021 at 6 h 41 min

    Press release 31 March 2021, Brussels The CAP must introduce measures to reverse the disappearance of Europe’s small farms under the F2F Strategy to counteract the harmful effects of the current agroindustrial model. Industrial production systems that drive environmental damage, socio-economic strain, and human and animal health problems must be replaced by truly sustainable, diverse... Read more → The post The CAP must support more farmers and better food in line with the F2F […]

  • Land Day: overview of struggles and violations imposed upon Palestinian farmers, fisherpersons, and herders
    by Ndabezinhle on 30 March 2021 at 8 h 24 min

    Prior to the war of 1948, Palestinians owned approximately 78% of total area of historical Palestine, the remaining were state land “as classified by British mandate at that time. Today, in 2021, Israelis constitute 52% of total population in historical Palestine but utilizes over 85% of the total land, while Palestinians comprised 48% of population... Read more → The post Land Day: overview of struggles and violations imposed upon Palestinian farmers, fisherpersons, and herders […]

  • Solidarity with the beloved people of Haiti
    by abhilash on 29 March 2021 at 5 h 43 min

    La Via Campesina joins social movements and civil society to extend solidarity to the beloved people of Haiti in their struggle for Democracy, Justice and MINUSTAH Reparations. Read the full statement below. Download the PDF Statement with signatories To the UN Secretary General, António GuterresTo the Secretary General of the OAS, Luis AlmagroTo the governments... Read more → The post Solidarity with the beloved people of Haiti appeared first on Via Campesina English.

  • Nyéléni Newsletter: Food sovereignty in a time of pandemic
    by abhilash on 26 March 2021 at 10 h 40 min

    When the World Health Organization (WHO) declared COVID-19 a Public Health Emergency of International Concern on 30 January 2020, few imagined the scale of the devastation that the disease would wreak across the world, or for how long it would last. As COVID-19 swung from country to country on its deadly course, it became clear... Read more → The post Nyéléni Newsletter: Food sovereignty in a time of pandemic appeared first on Via Campesina English.

  • #17April2021 – Twenty-Five Years of peasants’ struggles in bringing Food Sovereignty to reality
    by Ndabezinhle on 26 March 2021 at 7 h 41 min

    CALL FOR MOBILISATION Harare, March 26, 2021: At the 1996 World Food Summit La Via Campesina put words to its vision to oppose the destructive capitalist industrial model that is causing hunger, inequality, and the climate crisis by defining “food sovereignty”. Food sovereignty is the right of people to autonomously produce healthy, nutritious, climatically, and... Read more → The post #17April2021 – Twenty-Five Years of peasants’ struggles in bringing Food […]

  • 08 March: Global Solidarity Actions demand equal ownership of land, recognition of women’s work and a world free of violence
    by abhilash on 25 March 2021 at 7 h 56 min

    Across the world, peasant and indigenous movements carried out solidarity actions to mark International Women’s Day on (and during the week of) the 8th of March 2021. La Via Campesina had issued a clarion call to all its members worldwide by pointing out that to defeat the virus of patriarchy and capitalism, we need the... Read more → The post 08 March: Global Solidarity Actions demand equal ownership of land, recognition of women’s work and a world free of violence appeared […]

  • Morocco : La Via Campesina expresses solidarity with FNSA, demands equality and recognition of agricultural workers’ rights
    by abhilash on 25 March 2021 at 6 h 51 min

    La Via Campesina extends its full support and solidarity to the agricultural workers, organised under Fédération Nationale du Secteur Agricole (FNSA) in Morocco, who are facing exploitation and illl-treatment while working at agricultural farms, packaging stations as well as in the food processing industries and who are struggling for a decent life and for social... Read more → The post Morocco : La Via Campesina expresses solidarity with FNSA, demands equality and […]

  • “Outdated model, fails the planet” Civil Society, Social Movements in Europe slam EU-Mercosur deal
    by abhilash on 18 March 2021 at 6 h 55 min

    The EU-Mercosur belongs to an out-dated 20th model of trade that has failed the planet: It serves corporate interests at the expense of planetary boundaries and animal welfare, and drives an untenable social inequalities. For a viable future, a 21st century trade model must support rather than undermine efforts to create socially just and ecologically... Read more → The post “Outdated model, fails the planet” Civil Society, Social Movements in Europe slam EU-Mercosur deal […]

  • Gema Petani: Indonesia Peasant Youth and Student Movements come together to organise their first conference in Jambi
    by abhilash on 18 March 2021 at 6 h 16 min

    On 24-26 February 2021, the Indonesian Peasants Student Movement (Gema Petani) held its First Conference in Jambi, with some participants also attending through video conferencing. The conference was attended by student delegations from 13 provinces covering eastern, central and western Indonesia. The participants discussed the role played by peasant youth and students to strengthen agrarian... Read more → The post Gema Petani: Indonesia Peasant Youth and Student Movements come together to […]

  • The new issue of Jeod is out!
    by redazione on 15 March 2021 at 13 h 43 min

    Urban regeneration through cultural third sector organizations; the role of multi-stakeholder governance and price discrimination in social enterprises and welfare systems; the importance of sharing social impact data; an in-depth report about the Academy of Korean studies international conference on reciprocity and a book review of Eric Bidet and Jacques Defourny’s last publication on social enterprises in Asia. These are the topics of the […]

  • The social economy as a paradigm for the present and future of Europe: Elements for an Action plan
    by redazione on 9 March 2021 at 10 h 54 min

    As the European Commission prepares to launch a new Action Plan for the Social Economy, together with Diesis Network and with the support of Social Economy Europe, we wanted to share some observations that we have drawn from our experience as practitioners and researchers. The document “The social economy as a paradigm for the present The post The social economy as a paradigm for the present and future of Europe: Elements for an Action plan appeared first on Euricse.

  • La CAPPED se transforme en société anonyme
    by inaise_admin on 11 February 2021 at 20 h 11 min

    Mme Ghislaine Mampouya Mackiza, directrice générale de la CAPPED (Caisse de participation à la promotion des entreprises et à leur développement) a accordé une entrevue à La Semaine Africaine, à l’occasion de la transformation de son organisation en société anonyme. Lisez l’article pour en savoir plus. The post La CAPPED se transforme en société anonyme appeared first on Inaise.

  • Euricse launches a free online course to train teachers on co-operative entrepreneurship
    by redazione on 8 February 2021 at 9 h 01 min

    Framed within the European Project YOUCOOPE, Euricse has developed, in collaboration with partners from five countries, a MOOC to train teachers in co-operative entrepreneurship and to encourage educational institutions to include the co-operative model in their curricula. Euricse has launched a new online training on co-operative entrepreneurship framed within the European Project YOUCOOPE that, since The post Euricse launches a free online course to train teachers on co-operative […]

  • The study on the impact of the Social Business Initiative is out
    by redazione on 5 February 2021 at 14 h 50 min

    In 2011, the European Commission launched the Social Business Initiative (SBI), which established a set of concrete measures to create a favourable environment for the development of social enterprises. The study “Impact of the Social Business Initiative and its follow-up measures”, carried out by Spatial Foresight with Euricse and the European Center for Social Finance The post The study on the impact of the Social Business Initiative is out appeared first on Euricse.

  • World Cooperative Monitor 2020: Three worker coops make the top 300
    by cicopa on 4 February 2021 at 16 h 01 min

    4 February 2021  The newest issue of the World Cooperative Monitor explores the economic and social impact of the largest cooperatives

  • “Empowering the planet” with the cooperative movement
    by redazione on 28 January 2021 at 14 h 27 min

    The third episode of the series “Coop Cinema” was a success. On the 27th of January, our journey around the world to discover the capacity of cooperatives to empower workers, communities and environment took us to South America. Watch the webinar “Empowering the planet“ Watch the webinar “Empowering communities“ Watch the webinar “Empowering workers“ We The post “Empowering the planet” with the cooperative movement appeared first on […]

  • Italy: historic agreement between unions and coops to promote worker buyouts
    by cicopa on 26 January 2021 at 14 h 20 min

    26 January 2021 Italian cooperative federations Agci, Confcooperative and Legacoop have signed an agreement with Italy’s largest trade union organizations

  • World Cooperative Monitor: new ranking of the largest cooperatives is now available
    by redazione on 20 January 2021 at 14 h 17 min

    Reporting a total turnover of over two trillion USD and focus on cooperative response to the Covid crisis and contribution to SDG13 (Climate Action). The International Cooperative Alliance (ICA) and the European Research Institute on Cooperative and Social Enterprises (Euricse) launched today the 2020 edition of the World Cooperative Monitor during an international webinar. The The post World Cooperative Monitor: new ranking of the largest cooperatives is now available appeared first on […]

  • Introducing ‘The Commoner’
    by Elsie Roderiques on 5 January 2021 at 19 h 30 min

    Can we talk about how we’re doing, as humans? Our world can often feel like a harsh place that puts profit before people and planet; where we are more connected, but further apart than ever before. It can be hard to imagine any alternatives, but there is an abundance of them to explore and people The post Introducing ‘The Commoner’ appeared first on Commons Transition.

  • “Mubaderoon”, the open webinar to unlock the potential of social enterprises in Jordan
    by redazione on 15 December 2020 at 11 h 07 min

    On the 15th of December Euricse organized an open webinar, “Unlocking the potential of social enterprises in Jordan” in the framework of the project “Mubaderoon for social changes”, aimed at promoting social enterprises as a high potential driver of socioeconomic inclusion of disadvantaged groups such as young people and women. Euricse is a partner of The post “Mubaderoon”, the open webinar to unlock the potential of social enterprises in Jordan appeared […]

  • Japanese Workers Cooperatives Act is adopted
    by cicopa on 7 December 2020 at 15 h 10 min

    8 December 2020 CICOPA joins JWCU in their celebration as the “Worker Cooperatives Act” has been passed a few days ago.  CICOPA sends its warmest congratulations to Asian member, Japan

  • #SCIS2020: The Digital Summit with European Institutions and former participants
    by cicopa on 4 December 2020 at 9 h 43 min

    4 December 2020 Over the last 5 years, the Social Cooperatives International School (SCIS), organised by CICOPA member Confcooperative Federsolidarietá,

  • Social cooperatives and for-profit enterprises in Trentino, new areas for collaboration
    by redazione on 24 November 2020 at 11 h 04 min

    How can work integration social cooperatives and for-profit enterprises develop a deeper collaboration to further promote the work integration of disadvantaged people? Euricse’s new project focused on production chains and job opportunities will provide cooperatives and local enterprises with guidelines to establish new forms of collaboration. The first fourteen partners took part in the virtual kickoff The post Social cooperatives and for-profit enterprises in Trentino, new areas […]