Co-operatives UK's strategy outlines priorities for the next three years
Each year the Co-operative Bank provides a report to Co-operatives UK demonstrating their commitment to the co-operative values and principles.
Masters student in Creative Advertising Strategy at Manchester Metropolitan University, Rachael Radford undertook a research project to determine how co-operatives can engage more…
This short paper offers national and local policymakers optimistic and practical options for addressing the economic and environmental challenges that lie ahead. It draws on…
Re-cap of Jenny Holgrove's session on creating a more diverse and inclusive culture for your co-op. This recording is intended only for members of Co-operatives UK or non-members…
To ensure transparency and enable member scrutiny we publish summaries from our board's most recent discussions and decisions.
The Impact Report is a snapshot of what Co-operatives UK has achieved together with its members each year
Read and download Co-operatives UK's latest annual report and financial statements.
Co-operatives UK monitors a range of data sources to provide the most comprehensive intelligence available on the UK co-operative sector
The AGM is a fantastic opportunity for our members to ask the questions that matter to your co-op. It’s an opportunity to help shape our future and vote on resolutions.
Published annually, the Co‑operative Economy Report reveals turnover, membership and employee figures for thousands of co‑op businesses across the UK.
Co-ops across the world are based on shared values and principles. These colourful posters are a great reminder.
Content by Co-op Connections
Co-operatives UK's membership team hosted a discussion about the key concepts of membership, how to get to know them and how to keep them engaged with you.
Alex Lawrie, of Somerset Co‑operative Services CIC, provides ‘an exploration of trust, networking and professional practice amongst social movement activists in the solidarity…
Read updates on key decisions made at Co-operatives UK Board meetings.
Why do co‑ops appear to be more resilient than other types of business?