Address: European Cooperative House
Avenue Milcamps 105, 1030 Brussels, Belgium
Telephone: +32 2 543 1033
Top priorities of cooperatives active in industry and services for the European 2014-2019 term.
Why are youth cooperating? Created in a collaborative manner, this video gives the floor to young cooperators from 9 worker and social cooperatives that tell their stories from Japan, Argentina, Italy, Spain, France, United States, Brazil, Poland, and South Africa. It is available in English and Spanish.
The study “Cooperatives and Employment: a global report” carried out by CICOPA, the International organization of industrial and service cooperatives, discusses the significance of cooperative employment in the global landscape, both quantitatively and qualitatively.
The European Route of the Cooperative Culture is a transnational itinerary in the field of cultural and industrial tourism which you can explore here, online. It is dedicated to all those interested in discovering sustainable and innovative tourist destinations, while learning about the cooperative entrepreneurial culture throughout Europe.