Participate in the 2016 World Co-operative Monitor!

Euricse and the International Co-operative Alliance are inviting co-operatives to complete the World Co-operative Monitor survey available online before the 30 April 2016 deadline (postponed to the 20th of May)Since 2011, Euricse has been collaborating with the International Co-operative Alliance to research the economic and social impact of the largest cooperatives in the world. Euricse's contribution has been critical to the evolution of this ambitious project, in fact, in recent years, the methodological framework has been updated to investigate more effectively the cooperative movement.These measures have improved the knowledge we have of the cooperative movement, especially with regard to the economic and social impact of cooperatives in the communities where they operate. Read More

New JEOD publication

The second issue of 2015 (Volume 4, Issue 2) of JEOD has recently been published. This is the seventh issue of the journal since its creation in 2012 by Euricse. Read More

7th International workshop on cooperative finance and sustainable development

The 7th Euricse Workshop on Cooperative Finance and Sustainable Development, organized in collaboration with Federcasse (Italian Federation of Cooperative Credit Banks) and with the support of EACB (European Association of Co-operative Banks), has taken place in Trento, Italy on June 16th and 17th, 2016, at the Faculty of Economics. Workshop Programme Read More

The co-operative advantage

The Co-operative Advantage, edited by Ed Mayo, is a blueprint for a future social economy in the UK and draws on research over three years with co-operative business experts, advised by Professor Michael Best, University of Massachusetts Lowell, an internationally recognized authority on sector development. Read More

Social and solidarity economy academy – 5th edition

The theme of the 5th edition of the ILO Academy on social and solidarity economy will be "Social innovation in the world of work". The ILO global constituents, development partners in South Africa and other stakeholders have been involved in the discussion of the related sub-topics in order to ensure that the content of the Academy is demand driven based on the challenges and needs in Africa and elsewhere. Read More