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New trouble for Mondragon as two industrial co-ops leave the fold

Ulma Group and Orona Cooperative both voted to leave at the end of last year, after…

Co-op councils mark their tenth anniversary with a look at community wealth strategies

Delegates from the Co-operative Councils Innovation Network discusses ways to drive growth and build their local…

Co-op councils head to Mondragon for lessons in economic revival

The CCIN took a two-day study visit to the world-leading worker co-op federation to see if…

How Mondragon is helping Preston to develop a co-operative ecosystem

The Mondragon Corporation has been supporting the Preston Model's co-operative mission around four key challenges

Co-op sector responds to the COP26 agreement

'We must be focused on how we clean our energy, decarbonise heat and transport, and create…

Mondragon and the Travelling University

'The companies that come out of the Travelling University are all conscious of their impact on…

Ted Howard, architect of the Cleveland Model, on the journey to a new economy

The social justice advocate tells how the lessons he learned from Mondragon to work in a…

How has religious faith – or the lack of it – driven co-operative culture?

Research suggests faith values can overlap with other faith and ethical values to drive co-operation

Eroski reports €163.6m operating profit as it agrees a debt refinancing plan

Results were affected by changes in accounting standards introduced in 2018

Eroski Co-op signs agreement to hire people over 45

The signing formed part of Eroski’s 50th anniversary celebrations in Palma de Mallorca

World digest: Argentine co-op hit by hackers, plus news from Vietnam, Spain and Canada

Data at the utility provider was 'kidnapped' by an online attacker who demanded payment for its…

Mondragon composes co-op ‘soundtrack’

Basque co-op brings together artists for collaborative cultural project