Cooperatives; support for #conversion Show more
Just curious... Your toots about co-ops, nearly all these days (and that's fine with me), are excellent learning resources, but also pretty benign as far as I see it. Do they really need CWs?
Seems like open-displayed with a #cooperatives hashtag would be useful considering I often see people here interested in the topic.
Lots of people in fediverse *should* be using CWs that don't, but that's not you.
What am I missing?
Co-ops Support Women’s Economic Empowerment in Indonesia
"Indonesia has more than 150,000 active cooperatives, with more than 6,000 in Jakarta alone. Cooperatives can expand women’s access to small-scale finance, markets, and training, and can provide connections to social services."
Why co-operatives could be the answer to the UK's social care crisis
"The idea that social care should be run co-operatively, rather than privately or publicly, is gaining traction in the UK"
"Here at the Co-operative College we have developed this handy Learning Map to help you easily find the learning journey that best suits you."
Funding the Cooperative City in Rome
"Funding the Cooperative City is an applied research project looking into how civic spaces are developing new economic models to run their spaces sustainably. This video tells about the exchange between Roman initiatives and other organisations from around Europe. More on https://cooperativecity.org/"
“Co-operatives First has the supports, resources and experience to help groups decide if they should become entrepreneurs, and we have the networks and connections to support group entrepreneurs working hard to build their businesses. And we provide this service at no cost.”
Hmm. Lucky Canadians.
“This resource page is a one-stop shop for facts and figures on cooperatives and their role in offering high-speed Internet service.”