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The Spring 2013 Issue of YES! Magazine
Article of The Nation, June 13, 2011
Gar Alperovitz, June 2011
Edited by Ash Amin, Zed Books, UK, September 2009
OECD, January 2009
Edited by Marie J. Bouchard, 2009
Dollars and Sense #266, July-August 2006
February 2006 issue of Vermont Commons, USA.
Gar Alperovitz, February 2006
Gar Alperovitz, Published by the Democracy Collaborative Press and Dollars and Sense., April 2004
Article from Cooperative Grocer for retailors and cooperators, #109, November-December 2003
David J. Thompson, November 2003
Justice Rising.Grassroots solution to Corporate domination VOL5 « 1 Fall 2010
Simply Good Food, New Zealand
John McKay, February 2012
Felipe Zalamea, November 2011
International Forum on Social and Solidarity Economy, FIESS 2011
Susan Steinman, October 2011
International Newsletter on Sustainable Local Development #81
Yvon Poirier, September 2011
Valérie Fernando, May 2010
Steffen Lajoie, 2010
A critical analysis of the strengths, weaknesses and potentialities of the model
Judith Hitchman, November 2008
Rajni Bakshi, September 2008
Coffee growers from the mountains of Northern Malawi have built up a strong structure to support them in the production, processing and marketing of their cash crops. The result is a lucrative business that is taking their households out of poverty and encouraging farmers to stay on their land.
Laura ARNALTE, October 2006
The turning point of the Agri-Aqua Development Coalition - Mindanao
Yvon Poirier, June 2006
Yvon Poirier, June 2005
Mr. Victor Déguénon is 60 years old, is married and has 8 children. He became a gardener on 5 January 1972. He had already been elected President of the Gardeners Association in 1992. Due to the reforms arising from the decentralization, he was re-elected President of said Association in the latest elections, in order to contribute, in the light of his experience, to the development of his cooperative.
Aurélien Atidegla, April 2004
Oscarina is a representative of the workers affiliated to the Brazilian ECOSOL movement, leader of the Sao Paulo Solidarity Economy Forum (Foro Paulista de Economía Solidaria), and second representative of the southeastern region in the executive coordination of the BSEF-Brazilian Solidarity Economy Forum.
Rosemary Gomes, March 2004
The Pasay City Cooperative Office promotes the creation and strengthening of cooperatives (housing problems and identification of economic projects for the populations of the shantytowns). Organization, coordination and networking of 10 people’s organizations in 10 villages.Importance of wisdom and spirituality.
Ben Quiñones, February 2004
Organizations and different social actors who had been called to “Espacio NOA” were taking part in the meeting “Social organizations and politics: Do we join in or are we already in? »
Jose Luis Coraggio, January 2004
Joaquim is a member of COOPEVIDA. At present he is the General Coordinator of CENTRU-MA (Educational and Cultural Center for the Rural Worker) and Vice President of CCAMA (Association of Agriculturalist Cooperatives of Maranhão). Together with his family, he owns a 33-hectare (81.5-acre) property in Mangabeiras County, southern Maranhão.
Marcos Arruda, November 2003
Article for the Cooperatives Summit, Québec 2012
Alexandra Reese, 2012
Final Study Executive Summary and Part I: Synthesis and comparative report
PUBLIC POLICY Paper Series Cahiers SUR les POLITIQUEs PUBLIQUEs Number 03 - jun e 2010
This paper highlights public policy trends and instruments from around the world that use the Social Economy as a framework to enhance socio-economic development and environmental sustainability.
Crystal Tremblay, April 2010
The growing attention to the concept of the Social Economy (SE) is indicative of efforts to address inter-related social, economic and environmental issues affecting the sustainable development of people, communities, and nations, and the inter-dependent nature of global human development.
Crystal Tremblay, March 2010
Published in Kawano, Emily and Tom Masterson and Jonathan Teller-Ellsberg (eds). Solidarity Economy I: Building Alternatives for People and Planet. Amherst, MA: Center for Popular Economics. 2010.
Jean-Louis Laville, 2010
Lindsay Rose Adams, 2010
Rajni Bakshi, September 2008
John Logue, 2006
Conference at L’Ecole de Paris, 2005
Matt Hancock, 2005
RAP publication 2004/01
Review of Social Economy, VOL. LXI, NO. 3, September 2003
Jean-Louis Laville, September 2003
M. Gracy, September 2001
Peter Moers, 1998
Final Study Part II. National Reports 5 October 2010
Thirty-First Annual E.F. Schumacher Lectures
Gar Alperovitz, November 2011
Contribution to Asian Solidarity Economy Forum 2009
Yoko Kitazawa, April 2009
22 November 2005, RIPESS Conference, Dakar
Matt Hancock, November 2005
Summary of the round table and workshops on Fair Trade, Consumer Responsibility and the Cooperative Movement during the 2003 World Social Forum, Porto Alegre, Brazil.
Pierre Johnson, January 2003