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  • 25/01 : STOP CETA & Co.! Belgian – German border
    by abhilash on 17 January 2019 at 9 h 34 min

    Trans-European resistance against the CETA trade deal converges once again and takes the stage this 25 January. The post 25/01 : STOP CETA & Co.! Belgian – German border appeared first on Via Campesina English. […]

  • Pakistan: One tenant killed by security guards of Army Welfare Trust at Depalpur
    by abhilash on 17 January 2019 at 8 h 25 min

    Statement issued by Pakistan Kissan Rabita Committee Thousands protested on 13th January 2019 against the killing at Bail Gunj agriculture farm run by Army Welfare Trust. The protest took place in front of District police officer at Pakpattan, demanding the registration of a murder case for killing Shamshad , a tenant.  (Watch video) On 12... Read more → The post Pakistan: One tenant killed by security guards of Army Welfare Trust at Depalpur appeared first on Via Campesina English. […]

  • The Farmers’ Bank of Rustico - The first credit union in North America?
    by Socioeco.org on 17 January 2019 at 0 h 36 min

    The Canadian CED networkAuteurs : Yvon PoirierMots-clés géographiques : Amérique du Nord, CanadaMots-clés thématiques : coopératives d’épargne et de crédit, historique de concepts liés à l’ESSSocioeco.org, site ressources de l’économie sociale et solidaire – Documents […]

  • May the cooperative model save the local media industry?
    by Cicopa on 15 January 2019 at 9 h 09 min

    With this issue of Work Together, we want to present you with positive and sometimes heart-warming examples of cooperatives engaged in a noble and innovative battle to preserve pluralism, freedom of the press and independence, whilst assuring a democratic governance of their editorial boards. […]

  • Solidarity Economy Roads
    by Josh Davis on 14 January 2019 at 19 h 04 min

    Translator’s Introduction Ya que la vida del hombre no es sino una acción a distancia,Un poco de espuma que brilla en el interior de un vaso…Dejad que yo también haga algunas cosas:Yo quiero hacer un ruido con los piesY quiero que mi alma encuentre su cuerpo.-Nicanor ParraRegions: Latin AmericaVisions & Models: solidarity economyPractices, Tools & Strategies: Solidarity Economy OrganizingStrategies for ChangeEconomic Sectors: Community […]

  • Skill Building for a Culture of Collaboration
    by Josh Davis on 11 January 2019 at 17 h 49 min

    Excerpted from the Winter 2018 edition of Communities, “The Culture of Intentional Community”—full issue available for download (by voluntary donation) here.Institutions & Structures: Housing CooperativesIntentional CommunitiesPractices, Tools & Strategies: Democratic Dialog & DeliberationEconomic Sectors: Community Development […]

  • The commons and a New Global Governance
    by Socioeco.org on 9 January 2019 at 1 h 13 min

    Auteurs : Samuel Cogolati, Jan WoutersMots-clés géographiques : Amérique du Nord, États-UnisMots-clés thématiques : les communs, gouvernance participativeSocioeco.org, site ressources de l’économie sociale et solidaire – Publications […]

  • Better Than Roommates: Housing Coops of Cook County
    by Socioeco.org on 9 January 2019 at 1 h 13 min

    Mots-clés géographiques : Amérique du Nord, États-UnisMots-clés thématiques : Habitat Groupé et habitat coopératifSocioeco.org, site ressources de l’économie sociale et solidaire – Vidéos […]

  • Supporting Informal Workers in Public Space: A Toolkit for Local Authorities -
    by Socioeco.org on 9 January 2019 at 1 h 13 min

    Auteurs : Caroline .Skinner, Sarah Orleans Reed, Jenna HarveyOrganismes : Women in Informal Employment: Globalizing and Organizing (Wiego)Mots-clés géographiques : Afrique, Asie, Amérique latine et CaraïbesMots-clés thématiques : politiques publiques, travail informel, espace publicSocioeco.org, site ressources de l’économie sociale et solidaire – Documents […]

  • Building The Chicagoland Ecosystem: Advocating For The Policy Changes That We Need
    by Socioeco.org on 9 January 2019 at 1 h 13 min

    Mots-clés géographiques : Amérique du Nord, États-UnisMots-clés thématiques : politiques publiques, Les coopérativesSocioeco.org, site ressources de l’économie sociale et solidaire – Vidéos […]

  • Utility Coops of Cook County: What They Are & Can Be
    by Socioeco.org on 9 January 2019 at 1 h 13 min

    Mots-clés géographiques : Amérique du Nord, États-UnisMots-clés thématiques : Les coopérativesSocioeco.org, site ressources de l’économie sociale et solidaire – Vidéos […]

  • Building & Sustaining Food Cooperatives
    by Socioeco.org on 9 January 2019 at 1 h 13 min

    Mots-clés géographiques : Amérique du Nord, États-UnisMots-clés thématiques : coopératives de consommateurs, coopératives agricoles, circuits courts et circuits économiques solidairesSocioeco.org, site ressources de l’économie sociale et solidaire – Vidéos […]

  • Degeneration and Regeneration in Worker Cooperatives
    by Josh Davis on 7 January 2019 at 18 h 05 min

    cross-posted from The Socialist EntrepreneurRegions: Western EuropeInstitutions & Structures: Worker CooperativesVisions & Models: socialismsolidarity economyMovements & Struggles: Economic JusticeWorkplace DemocracyPractices, Tools & Strategies: Strategies for ChangeEconomic Sectors: Organizational Support & Development […]

  • The commons, the state and the public: A Latin American perspective
    by Josh Davis on 4 January 2019 at 18 h 26 min

    cross-posted from Transnational InstituteWhat are the commons and what is their political, social and economic relevance?Regions: Latin AmericaInstitutions & Structures: CommonsVisions & Models: place-based (local) economicssolidarity economyMovements & Struggles: Economic JusticeEnvironmental JusticePractices, Tools & Strategies: Linking Opposition & AlternativesEconomic Sectors: Community DevelopmentLand Tenure & Stewards […]

  • A GEO Get-Together with Dr. Jessica Gordon-Nembhard
    by Josh Davis on 31 December 2018 at 20 h 33 min

    Visions & Models: cooperative commonwealthMovements & Struggles: Workplace DemocracyPractices, Tools & Strategies: Conferences, Events & Gatherings […]

  • Hullabaloo Publishing Talks about Challenges Facing Canadian Media
    by Cicopa on 30 December 2018 at 13 h 51 min

    As in many other countries, Canada’s print media are in the midst of challenging times. One of the few alternative publishers still operating is Saskatchewan’s Hullabaloo Publishing Workers Co-operative, which prints Regina’s prairie dog and Saskatoon’s Planet S Magazine, two papers that come out every other week. […]

  • Social and Solidarity Economy: Our common road towards Decent Work
    by Socioeco.org on 30 December 2018 at 1 h 02 min

    Reader for the ILO Academy on Social And Solidarity Academy 2011Auteurs : Nancy Néamtan, Mathieu de Poorter, Leandro Pereira Morais, Bénédicte Fonteneau, Fredrick Wanyama, Carlo Borzaga, Giulia Galera, Tom Fox, Nathaneal OjongOrganismes : Organisation International du Travail/ International Labour Organization (BIT/ILO)Mots-clés géographiques : Afrique, Amérique du Nord, Europe, Québec, Italie, Allemagne, Afrique du Sud, KenyaMots-clés […]

  • Interviews from the 2018 US Worker Co-op National Conference
    by Josh Davis on 28 December 2018 at 18 h 14 min

    Regions: United StatesInstitutions & Structures: Unions & Worker OrganizationsWorker CooperativesVisions & Models: cooperative commonwealthsolidarity economyMovements & Struggles: Workplace DemocracyPractices, Tools & Strategies: Networking & Collaboration […]

  • Integration of Migrants, Refugees and Asylum Seekers: two new OECD publications
    by redazione on 28 December 2018 at 14 h 24 min

    Two separate articles, both published in the OECD’s LEED Working Paper Series. Giulia Galera, senior researcher at Euricse, worked on the publication of two studies that, from different angles, analyse the integration processes scattered across different European countries. The publications are available online, directly from the OECD website. What are the issues tackled in the […] The post Integration of Migrants, Refugees and Asylum Seekers: two new OECD publications appeared […]

  • The Médor case study
    by Cicopa on 28 December 2018 at 12 h 09 min

    Médor is a quarterly Belgian and cooperative investigative and news report magazine. It was first published in 2015 and has already received a large number of awards in recognition of the quality of its content and economic and social model. We interviewed one of the founders of Médor, Tiffany Lasserre, to get a better understanding of the advantages of the cooperative model in this highly particular and difficult sector, namely that of the journalistic press. […]

  • Promoting Cooperative Economics Education and Practice through Kwanzaa
    by Josh Davis on 26 December 2018 at 16 h 01 min

    orginally published December, 2011.Regions: United StatesMovements & Struggles: Economic JusticeRacial JusticePractices, Tools & Strategies: Solidarity Economy OrganizingStrategies for Chang […]

  • An analysis of the first “Guidelines concerning statistics of cooperatives”
    by Cicopa on 22 December 2018 at 11 h 35 min

    The first international standard on the statistics of cooperatives was adopted by the 20th International Conference of Labour Statisticians (ICLS) on 18 October. CICOPA has been strongly involved in the process together with the ICA. […]

  • Co-op Academy Pitches 2018
    by Josh Davis on 21 December 2018 at 18 h 29 min

    From the Worcester Roots website:The Co-op Academy is a holistic cooperative entrepreneurship training and mentorship program with an emphasis on creating sustainable, member-owned businesses.Regions: United StatesInstitutions & Structures: Support OrganizationsWorker CooperativesVisions & Models: cooperative commonwealthMovements & Struggles: Economic JusticeEnvironmental JusticeFeminism & Gender JusticeImmigrant JusticeRacial JusticeWorkplace […]

  • SOLIDARITY FINANCE: AN EVOLVING LANDSCAPE
    by Socioeco.org on 21 December 2018 at 1 h 11 min

    Auteurs : Marguerite Mendell, Rocío NogalesMots-clés géographiques : Amérique du Nord, CanadaMots-clés thématiques : finance éthique et solidaireSocioeco.org, site ressources de l’économie sociale et solidaire – Documents […]

  • CICOPA at the ICA Asia Pacific Regional Assembly in Tehran
    by Cicopa on 19 December 2018 at 15 h 19 min

    CICOPA was in Teheran in November 2018 for the ICA Asia Pacific Regional Assembly as well as the 10th Co-operative Forum. On that occasion, CICOPA co-organised a development meeting and workshop on industrial and service cooperatives in Asia Pacific region. […]

  • From Disaster to Cooperatives
    by Josh Davis on 17 December 2018 at 18 h 38 min

    cross-posted from ShareableRegions: United StatesInstitutions & Structures: Worker CooperativesMovements & Struggles: Economic JusticeImmigrant JusticeWorkplace DemocracyEconomic Sectors: Community Development […]

  • Finally, UN General Assembly adopts Peasant Rights declaration! Now focus is on its implementation
    by nyoni on 17 December 2018 at 17 h 57 min

    Today, 17 December 2018, the 73 Session of the United Nations General Assembly (UNGA 73) in New York adopted the UN Declaration on the Rights of Peasants and Other People Working in Rural Areas. Now that the declaration is an international legal instrument, La Via Campesina (LVC) and its allies will mobilise to support regional... Read more → The post Finally, UN General Assembly adopts Peasant Rights declaration! Now focus is on its implementation appeared first on Via Campesina English. […]

  • Field research and seminar on “Strategy for developing and promoting worker and social cooperatives in Singapore”
    by Cicopa on 17 December 2018 at 16 h 01 min

    In the framework of the project with the Singapore government, CICOPA organized a field research and a seminar during the week of 19-23 November, in Singapore. Hyungsik Eum, CICOPA data analyst, together with two experts from our network, carried out interviews with various local stakeholders from the cooperative movement, social enterprises and governmental bodies. […]

  • “Without community media there is no democracy”, warn journalists in Argentina
    by Cicopa on 15 December 2018 at 14 h 42 min

    In Argentina, freedom of expression is more than ever under threat. Abuse on free and plural press are no longer determined by typical authoritarian measures, such as the closure of newspapers and magazines, the presence of soldiers and assault cars in the printing presses, the withdrawal of certain paper issues from the market, and other forms of censorship experienced in the past. In fact, the government of President Mauricio Macri distinguishes the media between friends and enemies; […]

  • Uruguayan media cooperatives are in astonishingly good health
    by Cicopa on 15 December 2018 at 13 h 04 min

    At a time when communication is being totally revolutionised, Uruguayan media is experiencing a crisis which seems to be getting worse the longer it lasts. This is the context in which two media cooperatives are battling to survive. Although they have a similar background, they have different readerships and discourse. The “La Diaria” and “Brecha” publications co-exist in an increasingly hostile environment. […]