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UN Sustainable Development Goals

GOAL 8: Decent Work and Economic GrowthGOAL 10: Reduced Inequality

Description

A cooperative is "an autonomous association of persons united voluntarily to meet their common economic, social, and cultural needs and aspirations through a jointly-owned enterprise". Cooperatives may include:

  • businesses owned and managed by the people who use their services
  • organizations managed by the people who work there
  • multi-stakeholder or hybrid cooperatives that share ownership between different stakeholder groups. For example, care cooperatives where ownership is shared between both care-givers and receivers. Stakeholders might also include non-profits or investors.
  • second- and third-tier cooperatives whose members are other cooperatives
  • platform cooperatives that use a cooperatively owned and governed website, mobile app or a protocol to facilitate the sale of goods and services.

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Organizations relating to Cooperative

World Youth Alliance / New York NY, USA / Est. 1999
Solidarité homéopathie / Montpellier, France / Est. 1994
Inter-American Cooperative Institute / Panama, Panama / Est. 1963
Japan Overseas Cooperative Association / Tokyo, Japan / Est. 1983
Fonds de solidarité prioritaire / Ouagadougou, Burkina Faso / Est. 1959
Standing Committee Euro-Mediterranean Partnership of the Local and Regional Authorities / Palermo, Italy / Est. 2000
Co-operative Housing International / Ottawa ON, Canada / Est. 1952
Social Economy Europe / Brussels, Belgium / Est. 2000
European Network for Psychosocial Support / London, UK / Est. 2000
Latin America in Solidarity Action / Panama, Panama
EcoAgriculture Partners / Washington DC, USA / Est. 2002
ALBOAN / Bilbao, Spain
European Cooperative for Rural Development / Brussels, Belgium
Group for International Solidarity / Kathmandu, Nepal / Est. 1990
European Network of the Unemployed / Kajaani, Finland / Est. 1990
European Partners for the Environment / Brussels, Belgium / Est. 1993
Actions de Solidarité Internationale / Paris, France / Est. 1983
International Dalit Solidarity Network / Copenhagen, Denmark / Est. 2000
Benedictine Sisters of the Federation of Saint Benedict / St Joseph MN, USA / Est. 1947
Christian Partners in Africa / Lincoln, UK
International Collective in Support of Fishworkers / Chennai, India / Est. 1986
Trees for Life International / Wichita KS, USA / Est. 1984
Triangles and World Goodwill Cultural Association / Rome, Italy / Est. 1979
Comité français pour la solidarité internationale / Paris, France / Est. 1960
Soutien à l\'initiative privée pour l\'aide a la reconstruction des pays du Sud-Est asiatique / Versailles, France / Est. 1982

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Action Strategies relating to Cooperative

From the Encyclopedia of World Problems and Human Potential

Preserving traditional rights to natural resources
Strengthening scientific and technological capacity
Motivating cooperation
Increasing self sufficiency
Sustaining community morale
Promoting cooperative principles
Enhancing creative community participation
Prioritizing issues for collective deliberation
Facilitating statewide cooperative effort
Applying cooperative principles
Stressing collective rights
Portraying communitarian sense
Providing sufficient confidence in collective initiatives
Initiating cooperative leadership
Abstaining from confidence in collective initiatives
Contexting through cooperative relations
Expanding cooperative store operation
Preserving collective sense of order
Abstaining from economic self-sufficiency
Supporting quality third world film production
Funding cooperative community school
Expressing decisions to be affirmed
Redirecting attention of social decision-makers

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