We’re delighted to say that a resource pack is now available and can be accessed via the link below:
The pack provides a space for everyone to continue to share ideas now that the webinar has finished and also contains a recording of the session. The recording can also be viewed over on our YouTube channel.
When browsing through the resource pack, please pay particular attention to the “Contribute your ideas” tab, as this is a dedicated space for you to share your feedback on next steps.
Your comments will help shape what action we take over the coming weeks and months, so please do take some time to add your thoughts.
Join us on Thursday July 2nd at 4.00pm, where union-coops:uk will be hosting the launch of our Manifesto for Union Co-ops.
As the world of work looks set to change beyond all recognition as a result of automation and covid-19, we believe the union co-op model offers one way to secure decent work and fight precarity across the globe. Fundamentally union coops are a fantastic way for co-operatives and trade unions to revisit their historical routes and work together in solidarity.
The free webinar will see a number of speakers share their thoughts and insight on the model and discuss some of the challenges that they’ve seen it successfully address. Speakers include:
Cilla Ross – Co-operative College
Sarah Wooley – Gen Secretary BFAWU
Ian Manborde – Equity
Michael Peck – 1 worker 1 vote USA
Anne-Laure Desgris – Smart Belgium
Alex Bird – Union Co-op Manifesto
Tracy Walsh – Facilitator (Red Learning Co-op)
More information about the webinar, including details of speakers and how you can book your free place, is available over on the Co-operative College website.
Spaces are limited, so book early to secure your space