CECOP announces new campaign on care

 

 

In autumn this year, the European Commission will publish the European Care Strategy, responding to the growing care needs in Europe. CECOP wants to use this occasion to highlight the contribution of thousands of cooperatives across Europe which are active in the care sector. Cooperatives provide good and stable working conditions to hundreds of thousands of carers, and excellent care services to millions of Europeans – because they care about service recipients, their communities, and their workers.

 

Video documentary of Italian Social Cooperative Spazio Aperto Servizi (September 2022)

 

 

Video documentary of French worker cooperative Titi Services (July 2022)

 

 

Introductory video by CECOP president Giuseppe Guerini (June 2022)


 

Policy report Cooperatives care! Advantages of the cooperative model for meeting multiple care-related needs and challenges in the EU (June 2022)

 


Care is a universal need, while care provision is a fast-growing sector of the economy. This CECOP report focuses on how cooperatives contribute to meeting the high demand for care and address the various challenges in the sector. The report also showcases best practice examples and offers policy recommendations.

Read the report

 

 

Towards the new European Care Strategy: Acknowledge & empower coops – essential care providers in Europe (April 2022)

 

 

The new European Care Strategy, forthcoming in September 2022, should acknowledge the role of cooperatives providing care and to help them address outstanding challenges in the sector.

Read the position paper

 

Follow us all year long on social media #carecoops and find out about our upcoming video releases, conference, and #cooptales on care!

 

 

 

 

This campaign has been funded by the European Union.
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