Denise Scott-McDonald was elected President of Co-op’s National Members’ Council in July. She explains what inspired her to stand, what she hopes to achieve, and how co-operation is part of her way of working
From climate change to food poverty, discover the motions our members can vote on at this year’s Annual General Meeting. Don’t forget to watch online too.
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Co-op National Member’s Council President, Nick Crofts, shares a summary of our Join In Live events and what Co-op Members thought of our virtual events.
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Co-op Directors Margaret Casely-Hayford and Stevie Spring share what Black History Month and Co-op’s commitment to racial equality and inclusion mean to them.
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Eligible Co-op Members it’s your time to influence how we do business. Find out more and get involved today.
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From Brighton to Belfast, members have been coming together for some food-sampling, Fairtrade pledging and campaign-planning at Co-op Join in Live events across the UK. Nick Crofts, President, National Members’ Council explains what happened in the meetings.
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Hundreds of members have responded and shared their thoughts on mental health and wellbeing with our community team and National Members’ Council as we continue to explore how Co-op can make an even greater difference to our communities.
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Co-ops are special organisations, democratically controlled by their member-owners and not vast institutional shareholders.
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National Members’ Council Member, Lynne Hibberd, shares how Co-op Members have overwhelmingly backed the idea that Co-op should support young people to achieve their potential, by making education and skills part of our future community programme.
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Elections for our National Members’ Council are now open. Louise, National Members’ Council representative, shares how you can get involved and make a difference.
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