The International Centre for Co-operative Management at Saint Mary’s University in Halifax is offering a new opportunity to take its two-day virtual course called “Taking Action on Principle 6: Leveraging Our Collective Potential.”
Available January 24 and 25, this short course is a deep dive on Principle 6 from diverse perspectives—from the role of associations and federations to business partnerships and supply chains and to the development of new cooperatives. All course content will illustrate how inter-cooperation strenthens cooperatives, communities and economies. This short course will discuss a range of frameworks and examples, giving you and your cooperative the tools to do more and go further to leverage our collective potential.
In October, “Taking Action on Principle 6” was first offered in conjunction with NCBA CLUSA’s Cooperative IMPACT Conference. If you missed the course earlier this year, here’s another chance to benefit from this thought-provoking and action-oriented course.
- Karen Miner, Managing Director of the International Centre for Co-operative Management, researcher and instructor.
- Dr. Sonja Novkovic, Cooperative Economist, Academic Director of the International Centre for Co-operative Management, researcher, and professor.
- Key presentations by Fred Freundlich (LANKI Institute of Co-operative Research, University of Mondragon) and Erbin Crowell (Master’s graduate, Executive Director of the Neighboring Food Co-op Association, Board Member of NCBA CLUSA), plus special guests.