Coordinating Committee of European Cooperative Associations
Comité de coordination des associations coopératives européennes (CCACE)
1983-04 Brussels Belgium
Founded Apr 1983, Brussels (Belgium), as Coordinating Committee of EC Cooperative Associations -- Comité de coordination des associations de coopératives de la CE. Previously referred to as European Cooperative Coordination Committee (ECCC). As of 2016, assumed ceased to exist.
Allow different cooperative groups represented at EC level to collaborate if necessary and useful, to express a common position and to defend principles of major importance to the cooperative movement generally.
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A loosely-woven alliance. 'Ad hoc working structure' - no formal structure.
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