A key focus of our work is to ‘progress global understanding of the co-operative ethos.’ One way we do this is through our European partnership work.

As a supporter of the European Commission funded Social and Solidarity Economy Project, (SUSY) we work alongside 25 other organisations from 23 European and 9 Global South countries to promote co-operatives and other forms of Solidarity Economy as tools to alleviate poverty.

CASA Manchester

Shared Interest, Newcastle

Ellon Hinengo Co-operative Society, Andaman and Nicobar Islands