The Society for Co-operative Studies of Ireland is a member based organisation (SCSI), established in 1991, to increase awareness of co-operatives. It has a membership of over 100 individuals including co-operative practitioners, community activists and academics.
“Founded on the principles of private initiative, entrepreneurship and self-employment, Underpinned by the values of democracy, equality, and solidarity, the co-operative movement can help pave the way to a more just and inclusive economic order.”
Co-operative enterprises provide the organizational means whereby a significant proportion of humanity is able to take into its own hands the tasks of creating productive employment, overcoming poverty and achieving social integration.
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