Publications and tools on cooperatives

October 2021

  1. Mapping the Social and Solidarity Economy Landscape in Asia - Spotlight on Malaysia

    07 October 2021

  2. Mapping the Social and Solidarity Economy Landscape in Asia - Spotlight on Japan

    07 October 2021

  3. ILO COOP eNewsUpdate Issue No. 21, September 2021

    01 October 2021

    Every month, the ILO COOP eNewsletter highlights recent news and developments on cooperatives and the wider social and solidarity economy and partners.

September 2021

  1. Platform labour in search of value: A study of workers’ organizing practices and business models in the digital economy - Executive Summary

    07 September 2021

    This report seeks to capture the new strategies being deployed by self-employed workers to reclaim their rights to decent work and a fair share of economic gains in the value networks of the emerging platform economy. Specifically, it focuses on the experiences of workers in on-demand work, crowdsourcing and e-commerce sectors.

  2. ILO COOP eNewsUpdate Issue No. 20, August 2021

    01 September 2021

    Every month, the ILO COOP eNewsletter highlights recent news and developments on cooperatives and the wider social and solidarity economy and partners.

August 2021

  1. Mapping the Social and Solidarity Economy Landscape in Asia - Spotlight on Indonesia

    03 August 2021

  2. ILO COOP eNewsUpdate Issue No. 19, July 2021

    02 August 2021

    Every month, the ILO COOP eNewsletter highlights recent news and developments on cooperatives and the wider social and solidarity economy and partners.

July 2021

  1. ILO COOP eNewsUpdate Issue No. 18, June 2021

    01 July 2021

    Every month, the ILO COOP eNewsletter highlights recent news and developments on cooperatives and the wider social and solidarity economy and partners.

June 2021

  1. The role of cooperatives in eliminating child labour - A facilitator guide to train field trainers

    30 June 2021

    The objective of the training package on “The role of cooperatives in eliminating Child Labour” is to raise awareness of management, staff and members of agricultural cooperatives about child labour so that they are able to decide on and implement a set of actions that will contribute to the prevention and elimination of child labour within the cooperative’s and members’ operations as well as in their communities. It uses a situated learning approach, where participants are actively involved in their learning experience and learning focuses on skills and competencies specific to their professional practices. The training package builds on previous materials on cooperatives and child labour as well as ILO’s practical experience. The training package contains: a Facilitator guide to train field trainers and a Facilitator Guide to train management, staff and members of agricultural cooperatives. A PowerPoint presentation to support training of trainers can be requested from coop@ilo.org

  2. The role of cooperatives in eliminating child labour - A facilitator guide to train management, staff and members of agricultural cooperatives

    30 June 2021

    The objective of the training package on “The role of cooperatives in eliminating Child Labour” is to raise awareness of management, staff and members of agricultural cooperatives about child labour so that they are able to decide on and implement a set of actions that will contribute to the prevention and elimination of child labour within the cooperative’s and members’ operations as well as in their communities. It uses a situated learning approach, where participants are actively involved in their learning experience and learning focuses on skills and competencies specific to their professional practices. The training package builds on previous materials on cooperatives and child labour as well as ILO’s practical experience. The training package contains: a Facilitator guide to train field trainers and a Facilitator Guide to train management, staff and members of agricultural cooperatives. A PowerPoint presentation to support training of trainers can be requested from coop@ilo.org