The International Cooperative Alliance is currently implementing an analysis of cooperative legal frameworks in the 109 countries in which its 310 member organizations are distributed.
Active participation from 14 members, including invited and permanent observers of PCAD, gathered.
Costa Rica generates 99% of its electricity from renewable sources, it has 18 wind plants, located in Guanacaste and San José, managed by public, private, municipal and cooperative companies.
Connected with Ariel Guarco, President of the International Cooperative Alliance and Graciela Fernández President of Cooperatives of the Americas
Julia Cófreces, secretary of the Federation of Self-Managed Cooperatives of Buenos Aires participated as a panelist in the framework of the "Cycle of solidarity gatherings" organized by the Huil Association of Cooperatives and Solidarity Companies.
Let’s continue cooperating, facing the emergency Covid -19
The cooperative sector of the Americas shows its maximum expression of diversity of contributions to sustainable development
We will launch the world youth study very soon
Message from Ariel Guarco, President of the International Co-operative Alliance on International Day of Co-operatives 2018 - International Co-operative Alliance
Invitation of the Uruguayan Confederation of Co-operative Entities and Alliance member organisations in Uruguay to the Fourth Cooperative Summit of the Americas to be held in Montevideo, Uruguay, between 14 and 18 November, 2016 - Co-operatives of the Americas
Message from Monique Leroux, President of the International Co-operative Alliance on the occasion of the International Women’s Day 2016 - International Co-operative Alliance