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International Co-operative Day

Erstellt am 05.07.2014 von Andreas Hermann Landl
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(From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia) The International Co-operative Day is an annual celebration of the co-operative movement observed on the first Saturday in July since 1923 by the International Co-operative Alliance. On December 16, 1992, the United Nations General Assembly proclaimed in resolution 47/90 „the first Saturday of July 1995 to be International Day of Cooperatives, marking the centenary of the establishment of the International Cooperative Alliance.“[1]  Co-operatives around the world celebrate the day in various fashions and each year the organising institutions agree on a theme for the celebrations.
2006 Peace-building through Co-operatives[8]

Information on Cooperatives and Peace-building

The chapters in Rhodes Book on the ICA's response to Italian fascism and German
nazism and on the situations in Austria, Spain, Czechoslovakia and the Far East on the eve of the Second World War and during
that war are interesting reading especially for readers of the respective countries who may not have had the opportunity to see
events from this angle.

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