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    Been working in/with/for cooperatives since the 80s. Set up a worker co-op, organised a community buyout. Currently working on a new social care cooperative, and a social/solidarity economy development organisation, alongside this, and doing paid work on CiviCRM

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    Creating a national network of social care co-ops: Graham Mitchell of Co-operative Care Colne Valley

    Graham Mitchell 11-Oct-2020

    Today I’m talking with Graham Mitchell, of Co-operative Care Colne Valley. He’s part of a group starting a social care co-op in the Colne Valley, West Yorkshire, and they’re also building a toolkit / step-by-step guide for people to start a social care coop in their own community. I’m interested in how this toolkit can… Continue reading Creating a national network of social care co-ops: Graham Mitchell of Co-operative Care Colne Valley Read more

    Why we need social care co-ops: Graham Mitchell of Co-operative Care Colne Valley

    Graham Mitchell 04-Oct-2020

    Today I’m talking with Graham Mitchell, of Co-operative Care Colne Valley. He’s part of a group starting a social care co-op in the Colne Valley, West Yorkshire, and they’re also building a toolkit / step-by-step guide for people to start social care co-ops in their own community. I’m interested in how this toolkit can help… Continue reading Why we need social care co-ops: Graham Mitchell of Co-operative Care Colne Valley Read more

    The barriers to growing the co-operative economy: Graham Mitchell of CoTech, part 2

    Graham Mitchell 03-Mar-2019

    In Part 2 of our interview with Graham Mitchell of Co-Tech, we talk about growing the co-operative economy and the barriers we might face. Read more

    Co-operativising the tech sector: an interview with Graham Mitchell of Webarchitects & CoTech

    Graham Mitchell 06-Jan-2019

    We speak to Graham Mitchell of Cotech about the co-operativisation of the tech sector and helping people switch to free and open source software. Read more

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