Work Together (Archive)

The power of inter-cooperation I November 2016

Work Together Archive of the Edition: “The power of inter-cooperation” from November 2016


Reader’s note: This is an archive with working links of the Work Together Edition sent in 2016.

If you wish to see the original display you may find it here. (Please note links are broken).


SME cooperative use intercooperation tools to remain strong and transform society

Horizontal groups and consortia: an important instrument to support innovation and competitiveness

The cooperative movement network’s advisory services

Trade networks in Argentina: born from solidarity and united in their fight against common challenges

Intercooperation among tech cooperatives: from New Zealand to the UK

Social cooperatives create the first Italian network of social agriculture

“Cooperative’s main challenge is intercooperation”, Manuel Mariscal, President of CICOPA


Cooperatives included in the UNESCO list of intangible cultural assets

Cooperatives’ managers to attend the Social Cooperative International School from 20 to 23 October in Naples

Cooperative in industry and services: an entrepreneurial and innovative attitude to serve all of society

European news section

EU Member States recognise the contribution of the Social Economy to sustainable job creation and social innovations

The European Parliament recognises the job creation potential of small and medium cooperatives in industry and services

CECOP welcomes the European Commission’s Communication on the Start-up and Scale-up Initiative

South American news section

´Changarines´: transform the present, safeguard the future

Argentina’s cooperative movements looks into expanding the social cooperative model

Coopetín is born: Colombia’s first social cooperative

North America news section

50 by 50: an initiative to make worker cooperatives major part of the U.S economy

Africa news section

Challenges for the creation of worker cooperatives by young people in Nigeria

Asia News section

Industrial and service cooperatives in the Asia-Pacific region: challenges for their development