After one year of work, the project COOPILOT comes to an end, releasing very useful content for all stakeholders working in the field of cooperatives throughout the European Union.

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COOPilot was led by Pour la Solidarité (Belgium), and involved 10 other European partners, including ALDA. Its main objective was to provide new responses for youth employment in the European Union. Cooperative entrepreneurship wants to be the answer to this challenge.

Reuniting three academic institutions, four social economy actors, two European networks and two public bodies, COOPilot promoted the cooperative model throughout education and training, across EU Member States. The project transferred competencies from the more advanced countries in the  field of cooperatives (Belgium, France, Italy and Spain) towards less advanced ones (Slovenia, Romania, Bulgaria, Greece and Cyprus).

Thanks to the work of all partners, and to DG Internal Market, Industry, Entrepreneurship and SMEs of the European Commission who financed the action, the fruits of the project are now available to everybody. Please share them with colleagues and partners interested to cooperatives!

Available resources:
Join our new online open course on the cooperatives!
We prepared 3 modules for you. Each has a introduction, a manual, a questionnaire and some case studies to exercise with.
Read the guidelines on improving the cooperative system at local and European level (available in English, Bulgarian, French, Greek, Italian, Romanian,  Slovenian, Spanish)

After one year of work, the project COOPILOT comes to an end, releasing very useful content for all stakeholders working in the field of cooperatives throughout the European Union.

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COOPilot was led by Pour la Solidarité (Belgium), and involved 10 other European partners, including ALDA. Its main objective was to provide new responses for youth employment in the European Union. Cooperative entrepreneurship wants to be the answer to this challenge.

Reuniting three academic institutions, four social economy actors, two European networks and two public bodies, COOPilot promoted the cooperative model throughout education and training, across EU Member States. The project transferred competencies from the more advanced countries in the  field of cooperatives (Belgium, France, Italy and Spain) towards less advanced ones (Slovenia, Romania, Bulgaria, Greece and Cyprus).

Thanks to the work of all partners, and to DG Internal Market, Industry, Entrepreneurship and SMEs of the European Commission who financed the action, the fruits of the project are now available to everybody. Please share them with colleagues and partners interested to cooperatives!

Available resources:
Join our new online open course on the cooperatives!
We prepared 3 modules for you. Each has a introduction, a manual, a questionnaire and some case studies to exercise with.
Read the guidelines on improving the cooperative system at local and European level (available in English, Bulgarian, French, Greek, Italian, Romanian,  Slovenian, Spanish)