Mutual Aid Solutions for Self-employed Workers – A seminar for co-operative, trade union and self-employed activists. 23rd October 2017 in Cardiff

23.10.17

As part of the work for our TUC/Community/Co-operatives UK/Co-operative College project on the ends of the self employed, and co-operative and trade union solutions for them, Co-operatives UK are putting on an event in Cardiff on October 23rd.

This will be hosted by IndyCube a mutual/co-operative providing workspace and support in partnership with Community TU,  and we are aiming the event at trade union, co-operative and self-employed activists.

We would be delighted if you or your colleagues could attend.

Mutual Aid Solutions for Self-employed Workers

A seminar for co-operative, trade union and self-employed activists

Co-operatives UK with the support of

Wales Co-operative Centre & IndyCube

October 23rd, 10.00am to 2.00pm

Saint Line House, Mount Stuart Square, Cardiff CF10 5LR

Find out more about how mutual solutions, such as Bread Funds and WorkerTech co-operatives are supporting the self-employed

Introduction – Representative of Co-operatives UK

Chair – Derek Walker, CEO Wales Co-operative Centre

Speakers include:-

Stuart Field, Breadfunds UK

http://breadfunds.uk

Philip Ross, Co-operatives UK Associate, joint author, “Not Alone” (report can be downloaded from the PDF below)

https://www.uk.coop/NotAlone

To help us with catering numbers & requirements

Please book you place at http://www.ticketsource.co.uk/date/416630

 

Buffet lunch provided

Mutual Aid poster 23.10.17

Not Alone report – co-op solutions for self employed workers

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