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Worker Co-op Council

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The Worker Co-operative Council shapes strategic priorities for worker co-operative and employee owned members of Co-operatives UK and acts as a sounding board on important issues.

Who are the Worker Co-op Council members?

The Council is one of our member groups and meets four times a year and is elected by and from worker co-op members. The Council in turn nominates two representatives to the Board of Co-operatives UK. Members of the Council are:

  • Cath Muller – Footprint workers co-ops  (elected to Board of Directors)
  • Ross Hodgson – Suma (elected to Board of Directors)
  • Mike Rudge – Delta-T Devices
  • Debbie Clarke – Unicorn Grocery
  • Sion Whellens – Calverts
  • Finn Lewis – Agile Collective
  • Leigh Galletly – Green City

Elections

The 2022 election cycle for the Worker Co-op Council is underway with three seats available and four candidates vying for those seats. Our worker co-op members have been asked to vote for up to three candidates before the election closes on 1 June 2022. Contact John Atherton ([email protected]) with any queries.

Worker Co-op Code

The Worker Co-operative Code sets out what members of a worker co-operative should expect and work together to achieve.

It has been created by the Worker Co-op Council to help people create and defend decent jobs, with a culture of equality and respect at work, where people benefit fairly from their own labour and take collective control of their working lives.

Have your say

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