October 12, 2022
10:00 - 16:00
Outlandish, 4th floor, 113-115 Fonthill Road, Finsbury Park
Join us for a session to put an end to the confusion about the differences (and similarities!) between co-operative and social enterprises.

About this event

There is an ongoing debate around the differences and similarities between social enterprises and cooperatives. This course will assist participants to understand these terms and to map the fields of practice in which cooperatives and social enterprises operate.

Participants will be introduced to tools and resources that will enable them to find and access resources within the cooperative and social enterprise fields of practice.

Learning Outcomes:

  • By the end of this course participants will:
  • Understand the similarities and differences between cooperatives and social enterprises
  • Be able to map the resources and networks within social enterprise and cooperative fields of practice
  • Have access to tools for their cooperative to mobilise the resources needed to flourish.

This workshop is part of the Cooperate Islington project & funded by Islington Council. Douglas Racionzer, who will be facilitating the workshop, is a social entrepreneur with a personal imperative to engage communities to dream and flourish, organising with them and empowering their lives. He has years of experience working with economic development programmes and is currently working as a community development manager on Gillett Square in Hackney.

If you can’t make this event, don’t worry. Sign up to our newsletter to stay up to date with new workshops, funding opportunities and news about the Cooperate Islington programme:

Previous Buying and selling effectively and ethically: Applying your values to your supply chain

Find us:

113-115 Fonthill Rd
Finsbury Park
London N4 3HH

Follow Us:

© 2021 Cooperate Islington