Content by Community Shares
This paper focuses on why and how the Community Ownership Fund can utilise the Community Shares financing model.
Ahead of the Scottish parliamentary elections in May 2021, Co-operatives UK has created a document outlining four national programmes that, if implemented, will deliver a more…
Policy solutions for mutuals: proposals and impact
A briefing to provide MPs and Peers with a concise overview of the legislative reforms for co-operatives making their way through Parliament (Co-operative and Community Benefit…
Content by #1MillionOwners
Our #1MillionOwners campaign calls for government to invest in worker and employee ownership.
This paper sets out Co-operatives UK’s position in response to the Co-operative and Community Benefit Societies (Environmentally Sustainable Investment) Bill, also known as the…
This paper responds to the Prime Minister’s call for proposals for how civil society, community groups and social enterprise can be supported to contribute to ‘levelling up’ and…
This short paper makes four co‑op ‘offers’ to everyone working for a more sustainable and just future.
Read our policy paper setting out why city regions should include measures to support the creation of employee and worker owned businesses.
Letter to Co‑operatives UK regarding the Corporate Insolvency and Governance Bill.
This paper sets out why and how co‑operative and community benefit societies (‘societies’) should be included in the reforms of UK insolvency law announced by government on 28…
Our early analysis of the impact of Covid-19 on co-operatives alongside an identification of gaps in support and asks of government.
This paper makes the case for ensuring the Community Ownership Fund includes support for collaborative, enterprise-focused approaches to community ownership.
Read our response to Scottish government's consultation on housing.
In this paper Co-operatives UK makes proposals for how Greater Manchester Co-operative Commission’s recommendations might be implemented.
We highlight concerns around a lack of protection for farmer co-operation in the Agriculture Bill 2019-20.