In the latest issue of the Co-operative News – to read in full, get a copy

CONCERNED CO-OPERATORS IN KENT AND ELGIN 

Richard Coates [Kent] asks: “Are the Co-operative Group’s area committee elections really fair?” 

In 2010 only 10% of membership voted. Is it democratic: 

  • to ask members to vote only on a few words and a picture?
  • to prohibit candidates from even mentioning the election in advance? 

David Robertson [Elgin] asks: “Is the Movement losing its values?” 

He ends:

”Co-operators have to develop a democratic intellect and ethical intelligence. Thereby they can sustain co-operative reasoning and co-operative decision-making. 

A TRUE BLUEPRINT FOR CO-OPERATION 

A detailed review of Edgar Parnell’s latest publication: ‘essential reading’ by David Smith,

To view the first chapter and either purchase a printed version or an ebook, visit: s.coop/xyj. For bulk purchases over ten copies, contact the Plunkett Foundation at: www.plunkett.co.uk.

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