New MSc Highlights Results from a Practice-based Report

Recent findings by University College Cork MSc student, Tebibu Solomon, highlight the common challenges and associated strategies from practice-based research contributing to the success of a co-operative movement.

The explanatory study, part of the new MSc Programme in Co-Operatives, Agri-Food & Sustainable Development explores the journey of seven emerging Northern Ireland co- operatives, exploring their experiences and perspectives. Each of these co-operatives received facilitation and consultancy services from Co-operative Alternatives during their early-stage lifecycle.

Read more from this report Practice-Based Research Project – Summary or watch the video from the webinar on the following YouTube link: