An Ignite presentation by Communitas from the 2013 CWCF conference.
An Ignite presentation by Careforce from the 2013 CWCF conference.
An Ignite presentation by Vancity from the 2013 CWCF conference.
An Ignite presentation by Neechi Co-op from the 2013 CWCF Conference.
We, the Multicultural Health Brokers (http://mchb.org), reach into our communities, working hand-in-hand with those we serve, responding to the heartbeat of their daily realities: their struggles and their aspirations.
This video is part of the curriculum of LEAP!, an eight-week accelerator program for brand new start-up social entrepreneurs in rural B.C. LEAP! (Local Entrepreneurship Accelerator Program) is delivered by SFU Community Economic Development in partnership with local organizations.
Under the worldwide campaign, WE OWN IT for the promotion of youth cooperative entrepreneurship, cooperators all around the globe are sending us video messages. This one is about SMart Chile created to give a solid and efficient response to the growing precariousness within the workplace. A worker cooperative designed to support the administrative, financial and accounting management of independent and informal workers in the creative, communicational, educational and other sectors.
As we celebrate the 70th anniversary of CICOPA, the Secretary General of CICOPA shares some memories and his hopes for the future of the cooperative movement.
by Russ Christianson Over the next few months, Dominique Bernier, Cathy Lang and I will be working with CWCF board members and staff, members of worker co-operatives and co-op developers to co-create a strategy for scaling Canada’s worker co-op movement. In addition to CWCF insiders, we will engage key opinion leaders inside and outside of the broader co-op movement, including social entrepreneurs, unions, community development organizations, anti-poverty organizations, economic activists, Chambers of Commerce, Community Futures Development Organizations, and Municipal EDOs. We’re excited to be using Loomio – a worker co-operative Internet platform– that encourages dialogue, document sharing and decision-making. Loomio is designed to be user-friendly and to engage people with the use of decision-making tools such as Check and Dot Voting polls. The software also provides multi-language support and includes a comment translation. The combination of discussion and decision-making is Loomio’s unique advantage. Over the course of the strategic planning…
The Canadian Poverty Institute, in partnership with Co-operatives First and CoopZone is pleased to invite you to Creating Connections: A Workshop on Exploring Cooperatives. This free workshop is designed for community leaders interested in how the co-operative business model can be used to capture opportunities in their communities. When: February 7th, 2018 from 9:00 am – 12 Noon Where: Ambrose University, Main Boardroom 150 Ambrose Circle SW, Calgary For more information and to register, at no cost, please visit: www.CoopConnections.Eventbrite.ca. Please feel free to share with your colleagues and networks who you think may be interested.