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The Role of the Co-operative Movement in the Economic and Social Reconstruction to Come

CVI-IVC bannerPromoting an alternative economy based on solidarity and collaboration, the cooperative movement generally gains popularity after each crisis in the dominant economic system. How can the cooperative economy be posed as a solution after the current crisis? What role can organizations working for the development of the cooperative sector play and / or should they assume in building an economy that is socially and environmentally sustainable in the long term?


Financial Co-operatives During the Crisis: What Role Do They Play?

The COVID-19 pandemic is a huge challenge for financial institutions. In the current environment, where the cash flow of many consumers and businesses is collapsing due to lack of demand and numerous layoffs, financial institutions will both have to deal with the increased demand for non-performing loans and expose themselves to the risk of default by borrowers, who will have difficulty paying interest and repaying the principal. How are financial cooperatives affected in this context?


Health and Home Care: Co-operative Responses

The structure of the health system is at the heart of the health crisis linked to COVID-19. What challenges do health and home care cooperatives face and how can they offer complementary services to the currently saturated public health network?

Due to the global COVID-19 crisis, the Association of Co-operative Educators (ACE) and Co-operatives and Mutuals Canada (CMC) decided to join forces to offer the Co-operation Virtual Instititutes (CVI). CVI will bring together co-operators who will exchange on current hot topics of the co-operative sector.



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