The Co-operative Management Education Programs at Saint Mary’s University (www.ManagementStudies.coop) is looking for an instructor to teach co-operative financial management from a multi-sector and international perspective ( for the details see: https://www.accoop.org/wp-content/uploads/2016/07/financecoursejobposting_June.pdf).
RIBEIRÃO PRETO – SP, Brazil, 4th to 7th June
General Information at http://congressos.anpcont.org.br/x/
Panel on accounting and cooperatives, 6th June 10h-12h
See program of the panel at: http://congressos.anpcont.org.br/x/programacao
Trento, Italy on June 16th and 17th, 2016
More information at:
Almeria, 2016, 24th – 27th May
New Strategies for Co-operatives: Understanding and Managing Co-operative Creation, Transition and Transformation Programme
Conference programme, papers available at:
The World Co-operative Monitor, a partnership between the International Co-operative Alliance (the Alliance) and the European Research Institute on Cooperative and Social Enterprises (Euricse), collects available economic and social data on the world’s co-operative enterprises. The 2015 edition is the fourth one and it is built on data from 2013.
Thursday 19 November, Manchester. Organized by Co-operatives UK.
The Practitioners Forum offers professional training for people operating in key roles in co-operative businesses large and small.
More information at http://www.uk.coop/node/25237
At Universitat Politécnica de Valencia, Valencia, Spain December, 10th 2015
Organized by CEGEA.
More information at http://gobiernocoops.blogs.upv.es/
Monique F. Leroux, Chair of the International Co-operative Alliance’s International Accounting and Regulatory Affairs Committee (IARAC) and Chair of the Board, President and CEO of Desjardins Group, is proud to announce that Isabelle Ferrand, Chief Financial Officer of Confédération Nationale du Crédit Mutuel, has been selected to become a member of the International Financial Reporting Standards (IFRS) Advisory Council.
This nomination is a first for the Alliance, which will now have permanent representation within the Council. Dame Pauline Green, President of International Co-operative Alliance expressed her satisfaction with this important achievement for the cooperative movement, and wished to thank Monique F. Leroux and the members of the IARAC for their efforts.
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Special Issue edited by Marcelo Vieta (University of Toronto) and Doug Lionais (Cape Breton University).
Cooperatives are diverse organizations that efficaciously address a plurality of socioeconomic needs and do so in democratic and sustainable ways. Rooted in the unique principles and values that distinguish them from other business types, cooperatives, in a nutshell, embody what has been called “the cooperative advantage”. This special issue highlights the myriad roles that cooperatives can and do have in protecting and developing communities, as well as the possible tensions and challenges that emerge in the process. Including seven articles from established and upcoming cooperative studies scholars, the special issue critically assesses diverse experiences of cooperatives deployed for community development. Via papers engaged in case study approaches, political economy perspectives, critical historical research, and qualitative and quantitative methods, this special issue of JEOD critically reflects on and contributes to understanding the role of cooperatives in grounding bottom-up and locally based community development.
From October 11 to 13, 2016.
The third edition of the Summit will take place in Québec City, Canada, around the theme of Cooperatives: The Power to Act, and will show the real impact of cooperatives at the local, national and international levels.
Program and more information at https://www.sommetinter.coop/en