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Simon Berge, a member of the Local Organic Food Co-ops Network Academic Constellation, provides valuable insight into the role of co-operatives as an alternative food distribution system in the slideshow below.
A Co-operative Development Body is an organization that exists to enable new co-operatives to start trading, and existing co-operatives to develop and prosper, akin to what in Canada is understood as a secondary or second-tier co-operative. This guide covers
All co-ops are organized according to seven internationally respected principles which are based upon the pioneers of the Rochdale principles. They have since been modified and are promoted by the International Co-operative Alliance. FACTSheet Co-op Principles
Published by the National Cooperative Business Association for Co-op Month, this guide gives a sectoral breakdown of the co-operative movement in the ... Our Co-op Toolbox is available to members only. Please sign up for your membership and gain access to
What is a Co-operative? The first in a series of FactSheets created by the Ontario Co-operative Association. A 4-page FactSheet to introduce and explain the co-operative business enterprise model and explore the fundamental characteristics of a co-op.