CECOP is happy to announce the publication of the seventh edition of our biannual bulletin on EU-related social affairs and legislative monitoring to keep informed its members as well as other interested actors and stakeholders.
CECOP is looking for a new Advocacy Coordinator.
CECOP had the chance to sit down with member CAAP, and discuss their recent affiliation to our network, the upcoming Slovenian presidency, and much more.
During their annual congress, the CECOP members casted their votes for their new Board Members, re-elected their President, and approved the strategic plan for 2021-2025.
The documentary released by CECOP in 2012, has found a new home in the CECOP website.
On 5 May 2021, the European Commission published an update of the 2020 Industrial Strategy, which focuses on what needs to be done on and what lessons need to be learned from the COVID-19 crisis.
In our Report of Activity for 2020, you can read about the main activities that CECOP undertook last year.
CECOP and its members represented worker and social cooperatives during the EUSES 2021, reiterating that cooperatives are an integral part of the Social Economy.
The European Social Economy Summit (EUSES) will take place at the end of May, in which CECOP will host a session, and multiple members will be present as well.
CECOP is happy to announce the publication of the sixth edition of our biannual bulletin on EU-related social affairs and legislative monitoring to keep informed its members as well as other interested actors and stakeholders.
CECOP President Giuseppe Guerini intervened at two workshops in the EU Civil Society Days and shared views on social economy and cooperatives as viable business model to build back better.
The European Commission launched its first stage social partners consultation on improving the working conditions in platform work. CECOP welcomes the analysis brought forward by the EC and the consultation with European social pa...
Meet Rose Marley, the new CEO of Co-operatives UK, as she takes over her new position.
Italian cooperative federations Agci, Confcooperative and Legacoop have signed an agreement with Italy’s largest trade union organizations to promote cooperative worker buyouts.
In December 2020, CECOP published a report on “Social Enterprise Laws In Europe After the 2011 ‘Social Business Initiative’. A comparative analysis from the perspective of worker and social cooperatives”, commissioned to Italian l...
CECOP is happy to announce the publication of the fifth edition of our biannual bulletin on EU-related social affairs and legislative monitoring to keep informed its members as well as other interested actors and stakeholders.
European Parliament calls Commission to account for social economy enterprises in the new EU industry strategy.
CECOP, Diesis Network, and REVES have published a chapter in the framework of the EMEN project final publication.
Conference on the response of worker-owned cooperatives to non-standard employment on December 3, 2020. Programme and registration link can be found at the bottom of the page.
A new study by the European Commission provides an in-depth analysis on the opportunities and challenges digital technologies provide for the Social Economy. Highlighting several case studies of CECOP members’ cooperatives, the re...
On September 16th, 2020 Commission President von der Leyen gave her first state of the European Union address in the European Parliament. CECOP welcomes the ambitions of the Commission to tackle the dual green and digital transiti...
CECOP is happy to announce the publication of the fourth edition of our biannual bulletin on EU-related social affairs and legislative monitoring to keep informed its members as well as other interested actors and stakeholders.
Through its working group on platforms and non-standard work, CECOP has written a policy paper on the situation of non-standard and platform workers during the COVID-19 pandemic. With input from member organizations from all acros...
New Commission communication lays out the European strategy to develop skills and ensure lifelong learning for European workers.
During the first public hearing of the European Parliament’s Social Economy Intergroup, CECOP presented proposals for the Social Economy Action Plan and highlighted the importance of industrial cooperatives and worker buyouts in t...