On 19 September, on the occasion of the United Nations General Assembly in New York City, the French government on behalf of the Leading Group on Social and Solidarity Economy, organised an event on the topic of “Inclusive, participatory, innovative: financing for Social and Solidarity Economy at the core of the Sustainable Development Goals”. Charles Gould, director general of the International Co-operative Alliance was present and had the opportunity to convey the work done by the Alliance and its members on the issue.
Between August 9 and 11, the 68th Meeting of the Board of Directors of Cooperatives of the Americas will be held. The event includes several seminars.
FairCoin is different because, unlike other cryptocurrencies, it does not involve such mining or minting systems, which are based on competition. Transaction blocks are generated by what is defined as Co-operatively Validated Nodes (CVNs). These nodes co-operate to maintain the security of the network. This kind of issues about emerging technologies was a recurring theme at the International Summit of Cooperatives in Quebec.
TransfertoCoops.eu offers guidance for company owners and employees in a bid to boost the model across the EU
According to the latest CICOPA report in the world, there are 250 million cooperative jobs. If we limit it to the G20, there are 234 million, approximately 12% of the employed population. In Spain, data from the Ministry of Employment for 2015 and 2016 give an increase of 22,800 jobs in cooperatives, of which almost 80% are In cooperatives of associated work.
The United Nations initiative seeks to complement and enhance the knowledge and efforts of various organizations in these two fields.
The scheme, which will also reduce waste, will see food given to organisations in 2,500 towns and villages where the Co-op operates
NESI Forum aims to lay the foundations of a new economy which is more sustainable and social, based on values and aimed at the common good. Up to 10 new economy movements will be sharing their experiences and explaining how they are changing the world for the better with their everyday practice.
Authorities of the Regional Committee on Gender Equality of Cooperativa de las Américas attended the LXI Session of the United Nations Commission on the Status of Women.
An interesting report published by the European Youth Forum highlights how co-operatives can help young people face today’s challenges.
CICOPA (The international Organization of Industrial and Service Cooperatives) has launched an online survey for young people. Let’s participate!
With the participation of Manuel Mariño, Regional Director of Cooperativas de las Américas and Arturo Piedra-Santa, Coordinator of the Development Department and Manager of the Cooperation Program with the European Union, CoopsAmericas attended the Fifth Meeting of the Political Forum on Development, held in Brussels, Belgium.
Cooperativas de las Américas hosted the evaluation and planning meeting of the global project funded by the European Union.
Representatives from Brazil, Argentina, Uruguay, Italy and Canada met this week, under the auspices of CICOPA, to discuss the challenges of co-operative movement and trade unions in Latin America.
Cooperatives of the Americas issued a statement rejecting the model of globalization controlled by the concentrated financial capital that results in an even greater deepening of inequality and exclusion, and encouragement of xenophobic proposals, while at the same time jeopardizes world peace.
Cooperatives of the Americas has become a partner organization of the Global Forum on Agricultural Research (GFAR), an initiative that works to make agri-food research and innovation more effective, responsive and equitable, towards achieving Sustainable Development outcomes.
The same day as the White House Summit on Global Development, highlighting the impacts of U.S. government programs over the past eight years, President Obama officially signed the Global Food Security Act into law, bringing a whole of government approach to address food security needs around the world.
“Can fair firms survive in the market place?” is the topic of a new paper presented at the International Co-operative Research Conference in Antalya, part of Towards 2020, the biannual conference of the International Co-operative Alliance.
Caja Popular Mexicana (CPM) was founded on 12 October 1951 and thus, it is celebrating its 66 anniversary.
Coopeservidores R.L (Coopeservidores RL) was founded on 2 October 1957 and thus, it is celebrating its 60 anniversary.
Cooperativa de Telecomunicaciones Santa Cruz (COTAS) was founded on 16 October 1960 and thus, it is celebrating its 57 anniversary.
Cooperativa de Servicios Múltiples del Centro Limitada (CENTROCOOP) was founded on 20 October 1963 and thus, it is celebrating its 54 anniversary.
Instiuto de Desarrollo y Crédito Cooperativo (IDECOOP) was founded on 25 October 1963 and thus, it is celebrating its 54 anniversary.
Federación Regional de Cooperativas de Ahorro y Préstamo Noreste S.C.L. de C.V. (FENORESTE) was founded on 15 October 1964 and thus, it is celebrating its 53 anniversary.
Banco Cooperativo COOPCENTRAL (COOPCENTRAL) was founded on 29 October 1964 and thus, it is celebrating its 53 anniversary.
Caja Morelia Valladolid (CMV) was founded on 30 October 1964 and thus, it is celebrating its 53 anniversary.
Cooperativa del Personal de la Universidad de Chile Limitada (COOPEUCH) was founded on 31 October 1967 and thus, it is celebrating its 50 anniversary.
Cooperativa de Ahorro y Crédito Riobamba Ltda. (COAC Riobamba) was founded on 12 October 1978 and thus, it is celebrating its 39 anniversary.
Cooperativa de Ahorro y Crédito ABACO (CAC Abaco) was founded on 28 October 1981 and thus, it is celebrating its 36 anniversary.
Confederación Paraguaya de Cooperativas (CONPACOOP) was founded on 15 October 1991 and thus, it is celebrating its 26 anniversary.
Cooperativa de Servicios Múltiples de Profesionales de Enfermería (COOPROENF) was founded on 19 October 1995 and thus, it is celebrating its 22 anniversary.
Confederación Nacional Cooperativa de Actividades Diversas de la República Mexicana (CNC) was founded on 28 October 1998 and thus, it is celebrating its 19 anniversary.
Central de Cooperativas Agropecuárias do Nordeste do Rio Grande do Sul (Brasil)
The experience of an umbrella organization of agricultural cooperatives in southern Brazil created with the aim of fostering interaction and potentializing members' joint ventures, based mainly upon principles of ethics, professionalism, quality and respect for nature.
Cooperatives worldwide have nearly 1,000 million members and generate 100 million jobs, 20% more than multinational companies (2012)
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