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Territorial Cooperation

Many people and structures cooperate at a territorial scale in urban and rural areas, through the mutualization of means, collective events, shared-places, collaborative cultural projects, or territorial  networks regrouping social & solidarity economy organizations. We experiment cooperative approaches for local development, that are creative, evolving, and innovative.

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Save the date: Final event of the COOPTERR project

By UFISC, la Maison des réseaux Invitation - Thursday, February 9, 2023, 4:30-6:30 p.m. Presentation of the COOPTERR project Cultural Rights & Territorial Cooperation Practices through Culture and Solidarity Economy UFISC has been piloting the COOPTERR project for...

COOPTERR mobility project: a training in Timisoara

Article by Mihaela Vețan, CRIES, Romania Within the COOPTERR project, CRIES organized the 6th training session from 24 to 27 September, in Timisoara, Romania. More than 20 people were involved by the partners and came from France, Italy, Portugal, Hungary, and...

Mobility: territorial cooperation and social inclusion

Article from Solidarius, Italy From 25 to 28 May, a new COOPTERR Project Mobility took place in Rome. Hosted by Solidarius Italia, it involved over 25 people from Italy, France, Portugal, Romania and Luxembourg. At the centre was the theme of territorial cooperation...

Territorial cooperation: about COOPTERR mobility in Hungary !

By Rita Kandikó, Fekete Sereg (Hungary) Around 70 people from different organizations working with culture and/or territorial cohesion issues met together in Nagyvázsony: - France: UFISC and Music en Territoire - RIPESS Europe, - Italy: Solidarius Italia, - Romania:...

News from the Erasmus+ ‘COOPTERR’ project on territorial cooperation!

Article by Délie Ronsin, UFISC In early December 2021, back in Lisbon and welcomed by Largo, their Portuguese colleague, the COOPTERR partners worked for two days on territorial cooperation. CRIES, Fekete Sereg, Largo, Solidarius, UFISC, and Ripess Europe have been...

COOPTER: Mobility Training Session in Lisbon (Portugal)

By Toufa Ameur Hadad and Délie Romain-Quéchon Education in Territorial Cooperation Practices through Culture and SSE COOPTERR is a strategic partnership project with the support of the Erasmus+ program for adults education. This project consists in combining cultural,...

First training by Coopter Erasmus+ project

Article by Délie Ronsin-Quéchon, Ufisc, France During two days in April, the European Erasmus+ project 'COOPTERR' - Education in Territorial Cooperation Practices through Culture and SSE, hosted its first training activity, online. 25 to 30 participants from Hungary,...

COOPTERR: Education in Territorial Cooperation Practices

By the COOPTER Communication group On the first week of December 2020, six countries representant participated in our 1st Transnational Online Meeting, for 3 days. The meeting was hosted by our coordinator organisation UFISC, from Paris (France). We are together with...

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COOPTERR mobility project: a training in Timisoara

COOPTERR mobility project: a training in Timisoara

Article by Mihaela Vețan, CRIES, Romania Within the COOPTERR project, CRIES organized the 6th training session from 24 to 27 September, in Timisoara, Romania. More than 20 people were involved by the partners and came from France, Italy, Portugal, Hungary, and...

Mobility: territorial cooperation and social inclusion

Mobility: territorial cooperation and social inclusion

Article from Solidarius, Italy From 25 to 28 May, a new COOPTERR Project Mobility took place in Rome. Hosted by Solidarius Italia, it involved over 25 people from Italy, France, Portugal, Romania and Luxembourg. At the centre was the theme of territorial cooperation...

Territorial cooperation: about COOPTERR mobility in Hungary !

Territorial cooperation: about COOPTERR mobility in Hungary !

By Rita Kandikó, Fekete Sereg (Hungary) Around 70 people from different organizations working with culture and/or territorial cohesion issues met together in Nagyvázsony: - France: UFISC and Music en Territoire - RIPESS Europe, - Italy: Solidarius Italia, - Romania:...

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RIPESS brings together thousands of concrete experiences that identify as solidarity economy in Euro

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L'Economie Solidaire en Mouvement sous la direction de @Josette Combes @Jean-Louis Laville Bruno Lasnier sera présenté le 16 février 2023 de 19h à 21h30, au 11, rue Watt 75013 IAE PARIS - SORBONNE BUSINESS SCHOOL @IAEParisVoici le lien de l'évènement : lnkd.in/e9cgvZbVPour s'inscrire : lnkd.in/eG2BqqJTEn présence de Marlène Schiappa @Nathalie Raul-Croset @Philippe Eynaud. #ESS #Mouvementpouréconomiesolidaire #IEAParis #Sorbonne

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☀️HAPPENING NEXT WEEK IN #barcelona ☀️TRAINING IN ACTION FOR THE PROJECT: @you'co#youthyouth led initiative#ethicalfinancenanceDuring 5 days, young participants from different countries and also local participants will experience the contents and methodologies of four training modules, that will later be part of an online course on Ethical Finance.More info about the project: ripess.eu/en/activities/projects/ethical-finanAPDESAAssociação AnimarnEconomistas Sin Fronteras (EsF)(Fundación Finanzas EticastScomodoomodo

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Solidarity economy events in Europe

19/06 to 23/06

Dear all,

We are pleased to invite you to the next Fair Trade International Symposium. The Fair Trade International Symposium (FTIS) is the leading global gathering for scholars, practitioners and policymakers working on Fair Trade.

The event will be hosted by the University of Leeds and will take place between the 19 and 21 of June 2023. Workshops and panels will be held in person around the theme 'Fair Trade Connections,' with some online and hybrid sessions to allow for maximum participation.

It will be the opportunity to discuss how Fair Trade influences and supports other complementary movements, organisations, and activities. But also, how can complementary movements and activities in the South and North benefit Fair Trade thinking and practice? How can we make new connections, and what opportunities exist to extend and reimagine existing ones?

More information on how to get involved will be available soon. In the meantime, you can visit the dedicated page on our website and send your enquiries in English to Anne Tallontire a.m.tallontire@leeds.ac.uk or in French to Ivan Dufeu ivan.dufeu@univ-angers.fr.

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