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Report highlights role of co-ops in formalising the informal economy

Co-ops can provide a pathway to formalisation for all informal economy workers, says Streetnet International

Channel Islands Co-op trials neurodivergent-friendly shopping

The scheme, being tested at four stores, will be rolled out across the society if it…

Bayard Rusin: Co-op links to an unsung civil rights hero

David J Thompson celebrates an activist and co-op resident who is finally receiving recognition for his…

Media Co-op wins award for short film about Scottish Co-operative Women’s Guild

'What we’ve learned from history is that when we work together, we can make a difference'

Co-operators sets up $1m employability scheme for Canada’s Indigenous youth

The initiative is part of a three-year reconciliation strategy at the co-op

Women’s co-op in Jordan grows business by forming new partnerships

Being part of a co-op makes women members feel empowered

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

Central Co-op marks International Women’s Day with Women’s Voices event

The day featured a range of speeches and sessions showcasing the co-op’s work in various areas

New guide aims to make energy communities more inclusive

The project brings together a range of partners, including co-ops

Bright Future co-op launches new strategy for work with modern slavery survivors

'It’s about making a heck of a difference to people’s lives, that magic word dignity, and…

Q&A – Ruth Diaz, president of Coopfenamutra

'This has been a year of success, as we have grown in membership with a portfolio…