1992. Full name: European Electronic Social Economy Information Service. Previous names: ARIES - European Cooperation Network -- ARIES - Réseau européen de coopération; Association - Réseau d'information et de l'économie sociale. 1996, registered in accordance with Belgian law. As of 2006 "does not exist anymore".
As an information network for the social economy and voluntary sector: link European, national and international levels of cooperative organizations - associations, cooperatives and mutual societies; establish permanent relations and connect with networks of cooperatives to Euro Info Centres network; check relevance of European Union information and make proposals to take into account the needs of economic actors in the cooperative sector; encourage partnership arrangements between firms and cooperatives on European projects.
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Coordination Committee, comprising network heads of foundations-associations, cooperatives and mutual societies.
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Type I ClassificationAvailable with paid subscription only.
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UN Sustainable Development Goals **
UIA Org ID
** UN SDGs are linked to the subject classification.
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