This event is organised by the UK Society for Co-operative Studies
Due to COVID-19, the annual UKSCS conference is fee-free and online this year. Book early to ensure you have a place.
Co-operative movements, even with agreed values and principles, have always wrestled with a wide range of political agendas, policy environments and (democratic) management practices. To create the agenda for this year’s conference, members of the society participated in a democratic process at UKSCS' AGM which developed and voted on key themes for the 2020 conference.
Register for the conference and join debates about the politics, policies and practices of co-operative movements. Presentations this year will foreground:
- the emergence of new thinking
- how new thinking has been applied to accounting, management and the governance of co-operatives and co-operative movements.
- the implications of new practices for the education, accounting practices and incubation of new ventures.
- Rory Ridley-Duff, Sheffield Hallam University
- Jan Myers, Northumbria University
- Elizavet Mantazi, Herfordshire University
- Cilla Ross, Co-operative College
For more information please visit UK Society for Co-operatives Studies