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World’s credit unions urged to support sector in flood-hit Brazil

'We are going through a great tragedy. We count on the strength of cooperation and the…

Fairtrade International introduces due diligence standards

The updated standards reflect new laws on human rights and environmental sustainability

Agricultural co-ops reveal policy asks ahead of European elections

'The recent surge in farming protests underscores the urgency of this issue, highlighting the need for…

Singapore training programme for emerging co-op leaders kicks off in Indonesia

'This is a great opportunity for aspiring co-operative leaders who want to grow and contribute to…

Obituary: Carlo Borzaga, social economy expert and honorary president of Euricse

Borzaga founded and supported a number of co-op organisations and played a key role in developing…

Woccu expands online marketplace to credit unions in Latin America and Caribbean

Credit unions have until 22 March to apply for the scheme

Indonesia and Timor-Leste commit to strengthen the co-op region

The two nations signed a memorandum of understanding in Jakarta

Jeremy Hunt budget does too little for co-ops say sector representatives

Community business and co-ops need more support, say sector bodies, although there was a welcome for…

Agri co-ops apex criticises EU’s extension of Ukraine and Moldova trade measures

Copa and Cogeca warned of the continued impact of imports on its member producers

Artisans Cooperative tells us more about its artist-owned alternative to Etsy

'Knowing so many people were having the same thoughts gave us the courage to proceed' says…

ICA Gender Equality Committee releases International Women’s Day statement

Co-operatives offer “unique opportunities for women to gain ownership, raise their voices, and participate actively in…

Broadcasting co-op works to challenge ageism and give older people a voice

We speak to Mervyn Eastman, co-founder of the Later Life Audio and Radio Co-operative