“If only,” wrote the poet Rilke, “we too could discover a pure, contained, human place …”

From its working-class origins in mid-19th-century England to the bustling global economy of today, co-operation has been “a human place”—a socio-economic movement with people at the heart of its purpose. Browse our site to learn more about the co-op movement and the new generation of leaders working together for a more co-operative world.

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