Frequently Asked Questions – NEW BLOGS
Thanks to the support of Tebibu Solomon Herego, intern in Co-operative Alternatives, currently studying a Master in Co-operatives and Sustainable Development at the University College Cork, we have prepared the following six FAQs worksheets on a variety of co-operative issues.
This work has been funded by the Belfast City Council, Economy Department through the Co-operatives and Social Enterprises Support Programme 2022.
Research and Policy
Read our most update research and policies to grow a cooperative sector in Northern Ireland.
Research on co-operative development in Northern Ireland conducted by Tebibu Solomon an intern with Co-op Alternatives during Spring-Summer 2022. Tebibu completed the Research as part of the MSc on Co-operatives, Agri-Food and Sustainable Development at University College Cork.
Findings of the research conducted by Stir to Action across UK. Co-op Alternatives was interviewed as part of this research.
Research on the state of the sector in 2020