- February event: co-operatives take up Jeremy Corbyn’s challenge
- Update: Scotland the Bread co-operative provides fairly traded nutritious bread, locally grown, milled and baked
- Next move: will worker co-operatives help the Co-operative Group to learn how to operate democratically?
- The Employee Ownership Association Annual Conference
- Co-operative Bank donates £20,000 to emergency appeal for co-ops hit by natural disasters
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The Employee Ownership Association Annual Conference The Employee Ownership Association (EOA) 12th Annual Conference represents organisations which are employee owned or transitioning to employee ownership. This growing sector employs over 200,000 employee owners across the UK. More than 700 attendees … Continue reading
This website was inspired by the truthful and trenchant remarks of readers in the Letters pages of the Co-operative News. A few found in the 2005 database are recorded below. Ron Hunter writing from Sussex reminded readers succinctly that “Democratic … Continue reading
The Welsh Government’s Commission – set up to help create more jobs and wealth in the sector – is calling for evidence from interested organisations and individuals throughout Wales and further afield. Most students of co-operatives know that Robert Owen, … Continue reading
The Co-operative Group’s joint venture, the Tianjin Tasly Sants Pharmaceutical Company Posted on June 13, 2011 by admin Neville Cox recently asked: “Has anyone you know given approval for a Co-op owned drug factory in China? Is it built yet?” … Continue reading
Is the tax-avoiding Amazon link-up with Co-operative Food consistent with Co-op values and principles?
The Bookseller reports that Amazon has partnered with Co-operative Food to install collection-lockers in some of its stores. Lockers have been installed in four Co-op stores in Greater London—Chelsea, Parsons Green, New Malden and Edenbridge–as well as two further shops … Continue reading
. Our earlier posts on this subject were based on information from a young solicitor who moved on the CLS to a firm in which he felt his principles were not being compromised. In August we were sent another complaint … Continue reading