En Tierra Común nuestro principal objetivo es que las personas con quienes trabajamos sean capaces de gestionar su propia #protección #sinintermediarios, ni costosas licencias de #software y fortaleciendo gradualmente sus propias capacidades -> https://www.lacoperacha.org.mx/cooperativa-tierra-comun.php
galician local market with ethical values (so they write)
Peterborough is already the most car-dependent city in the UK, but the council still planned to demolish a bridge allowing cyclists/pedestrians to avoid an A-road. But GOOD NEWS: thanks to the outcry, they've changed their minds and they're going to repair the bridge instead. https://www.cyclinguk.org/news/campaign-win-key-walking-and-cycling-bridge-saved-demolition
Something on my mind lately: I've been interested in the cooperative movement for quite a long time, but I'm not really able to take part as such.
I have chronic health problems, I'm not able to work at the moment — it's hard to really get involved in offline causes. This community is as close as I can get.
What *else* could someone like me do to get properly involved in the #coop movement? I feel like little more than a slacktivist at best.
social.coop is a cooperatively-run corner of the Fediverse. The instance is democratically governed by its members, who generally share an interest in the co-op model, but topics of discussion range widely.
Our instance is supported by sliding scale contributions of $1-10/mo made via Open Collective. You must have an active Open Collective account to apply for membership; you may set one up here