Twilight Session: Co-operative responses to poverty in the global North and South

Co-operative College, Hanover Street, Manchester, United Kingdom
5 October 2017 — 17:30-19:00

Who is it for?

Our Twilight Sessions are a series of interactive workshops exploring co-operative solutions to contemporary issues. They’re open to all, so whether you’re a seasoned co-operator or just want to discuss some of societies most pressing challenges, we’d love it if you joined us. If you’re interested in  exploring co-operative answers to poverty internationally then this session is the one for you.

You can see all six sessions here, with a huge 33% discount if you choose to book on them all!

What will I learn?

Using co-operative examples, this session aims to generate discussion and debate on how co-operative enterprises can be a sustainable response to the needs of the communities they serve. As it’s an interactive workshop, we want people to get involved and contribute examples of how they think co-operatives in the global south can provide solutions for austerity and poverty in the global north.

How will I learn?

The interactive session will kick off with a short 10 to 15 minute presentation from one of our team, followed by a discussion of the issues raised. You’ll get the opportunity to have your say and listen to others too.

Meet the tutor

Sarah Alldred

Amanda Benson

When:
5th October to 5th October 2017
Where:
Co-operative College, Hanover Street, Manchester, United Kingdom