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This year's International Youth Day, observed on August 12, focuses on creating safe spaces for young people—places where they can come together, engage in activities that address their diverse needs and interests, participate in decision-making and freely express themselves. Click here to read... Learn more
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The cooperative movement is at a crossroads. With American economic growth largely concentrated in a small number of highly populated urban areas, swaths of the country continue to feel disconnected from their economy and unsure about the future. Cooperators know that ownership is the path to an... Learn more
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The International Day of Cooperatives is an annual celebration of the cooperative movement happening on the first Saturday of July since 1923 by the International Cooperative Alliance. Cooperators selected the 2018 International Day of Cooperatives (#CoopsDay) slogan: Sustainable societies through... Learn more
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June 19, 2018 marked a historic meeting between the International Cooperative Alliance (ICA) and the National Cooperative Business Association CLUSA (NCBA CLUSA) recognizing the importance of international unification and collaboration to effectively advance the cooperative movement. Held in... Learn more
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Financial Health Federal Credit Union (FHFCU) is creating measurable positive impact in their community though a partnership with the United Way to facilitate six Volunteer Income Tax Assistance (VITA) locations around Indianapolis. VITA is a national program of the IRS that offers free tax help to... Learn more
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As a cooperator, you know the value of co-ops, but not everybody does. A recent study found that 74% of people do not know what a cooperative is , nor do they understand its value. But, when given the definition of that value, 78% of people said they would choose to do business with a co-op. This... Learn more
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Affordable housing access is being called a crisis in many areas across the country, and housing cooperatives can be a powerful part of the solution. The Indiana Cooperative Development Center hosted a one day “conversation about housing co-ops” in spring 2018 in partnership with Cinnaire and... Learn more
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Congratulations to the 2018 inductees: Paul Bradley, Marilyn Scholl, Rosemary Mahoney and Rudy Hanley. Thank you for your leadership, courage, and commitment to cooperatives. Read more at http://heroes.coop/​ . Learn more
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The future of jobs, work, and workplaces is facing rampant transformation. One of the most visible changes has been the rising number of contract workers, who, according to the Freelancers’ Union, number 57.3 million people in the US. That’s 36 percent of all workers! If current trends continue, by... Learn more
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What could you do with $1.7 billion in a city of around 200,000, where 33 percent of households live below the federal poverty line? The city of Rochester, with Mayor Lovely Warren at the helm and supported by partners and allies across New York State and beyond, has hatched a plan to tap into at... Learn more
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