The election of America’s most prominently parasitic and malicious real estate capitalist to Chief Executive says “this is what happens, Larry.”
Articles: co-operatives (51)
What changes to the cooperative form would permit a better construction of the commons?
In a "letter from Mondragon", recently published by on the Cincinnati Union Co-op Initiative (CUCI) website, Armin Isasti, makes some incisive and thought-provoking observations that I think we in the worker co-op movement would do well to consider.
The licenses enable members of the Mixe, Mixteco, and Zapoteco communities to form their own cooperatively-owned mobile cellular telephone network allowing 356 municipalities in the states of Chiapas, Guerrero, Oaxaca, Puebla, and Veracruz access to mobile services and the Internet.
For as long as there has been art, artists have worked together to support each others' projects and sustain their livelihoods.
City governments are shaping up as key actors accelerating worker co-op development.
Clearing up 6 common misconceptions about co-operatives.
In the Remscheid-based project ‘Wald 2.0’, everyone can have ‘their very own’ piece of forest. At the root of it is a coop that champions conservation and the common good.
Can you imagine a world where all businesses are owned and directly controlled by the people who depend on them for employment or essential goods and services?
While progress is never strictly linear, I believe that we are beginning to see an accelerating development of the foundations for a system that looks a lot like the Pluralist Commonwealth, and a growing recognition of how they begin to fit together.