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End of year Q&A: Carlos Zarco, president, International Health Cooperative Organisation

The sector faces challenges over the aftermath of Covid-19, health inequality, mental health and an ageing…

End of year Q&A: Dirk Vansintjan, European federation of citizen energy co-ops

The president of REScoop says the sector enjoyed growth and resilience despite global economic challenges

End of year Q&A: Louise Gittins, chair, CCIN

The Co-operative Councils Innovation Network has grown to 123 members and 21 supporters in 2023

End of year Q&A: Neil Calvert, principal of the Co-op College

'Our main focus continues to be on facilitating co-operative learning, in all its many and diverse…

End of year Q&A: Andrew Whyte, CEO, Association of Financial Mutuals

'We’ll continue to work together to make the case for the distinctive and vital contribution that…

End of year Q&A: Roz Henry, CEO, Cooperative Business New Zealand

'This past year has seen a significant increase in groups looking to establish co-op as a…

End of year Q&A: Ariel Guarco, president, International Cooperative Alliance

'I hope that we can continue to build a world in peace, with democracy, social justice,…

End of year Q&A: Bethan Webber, CEO Cwmpas

The new head of the Welsh co-op development body looks back on 2023

End of year Q&A: John Atherton, Workers.coop

A look back on the first year of the UK's new federation for the worker co-op…

End of year Q&A: Ali Kurji, CEO, Heart of England Co-op

'We have been trading for 190 years and have always overcome even the most daunting economic…

End of year Q&A: Joe Fortune, general secretary of the Co-op Party

'I’ve particularly enjoyed the work our Party has been doing with others from the wider co-operative…

End of year Q&A: Rose Marley, CEO, Co-operatives UK

'We had to take some major steps in terms of understanding what we’ve termed the democratic…