CECOP is the European confederation of industrial and service cooperatives. Our aim is to bring democracy and solidarity to the workplace, sustainable economic growth, and social cohesion.
Our members are national federations of cooperatives and organisations that promote cooperatives. We represent 25 members in 15 European countries. We give voice to 40.000 enterprises and 1.3 million workers.
To celebrate this special anniversary, we decided to launch the campaign #CECOP40 and asked our members to identify those cooperatives that best represent the history and the evolution of CECOP.
European Ministers of Employment and Social Affairs (EPSCO Council) gathered in Brussels on the 10th of December adopted conclusions on inclusive labour market.
European readers, tv viewers, citizens, in general, are regularly confronted with terms like the Austrian presidency or the Finnish presidency of the European Union. Newspapers and news broadcaster are often caught in the rush of breaking news to properly make these EU notions ac...
Social cooperatives representatives, cooperative financing institutions, politicians and the European Commission with the European Investment Fund gathered in Milan on the 2nd of December to discuss opportunities and challenges of EU finance for social cooperatives and social ent...
François Espagne was member of the board and treasurer of CECOP from 1989 to 1996, representing the French member organization CGScop, where he was Secretary General from 1981 to 1990.
On his updated mission statement Commissioner for Jobs and Social Rights Nicolas Schmit was asked by European Commission President Ursula von der Leyen to develop an Action Plan for the Social Economy
The new college will officially take office on the 1st of December after a few weeks delay.
Workshop co-organised by CECOP and CFI - Under the auspices of Lombardy Region
CECOP attends the event "Let’s renew the Social Economy Intergroup", that will take place on Wednesday 20 November 2019, from 6pm to 8pm, at the European Parliament in Brussels.
Employment and Social Affairs Ministers call Member States and the European Commission to reinforce the role of the social economy in creating quality jobs and providing social inclusion
European Commission study confirms: cooperatives are champions in cooperation with other cooperatives
How old is a 40-year-old? In their forties, people have the ability to look lucidly at what was already accomplished and what remains to be achieved. When families are together for 40 years they have had the opportunity to grow together, realise common goals...
CECOP's aim is to build a stronger and fairer Europe, working through cooperatives to bring democracy and solidarity to the workplace, sustainable economic growth, and social cohesion.
11 Dec 2019
11 Dec 2019