Monthly Archives: July 2009

Wisconsin Looks Toward Spain

Okay, that is enough of the summer re-runs for now. I will probably post other old posts in the future as they seem relevant or just to build up this site’s history and archive. For now, let’s get back to … Continue reading

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Dispute Resolution

This seems to be the Year of Dispute Resolution in worker co-operatives. At least, I seem to be hearing that phrase a lot lately. Part of this might be the course in Human Relations that I took from the St. … Continue reading

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The Fair Trade Dilemma

Worker cooperatives should be about social transformation. They should strive to change the dominant paradigm of profit-motive that Corporate Social Responsibility as a means to mitigate the worst aspects of capitalism. Continue reading

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International Co-operative Day

Today, the first Saturday of July, is International Co-operative Day. It is the 87th year of this celebration. The roots of the day, as with the overall cooperative movement, are in Northern Europe. They chose this day for a key … Continue reading

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