Migrants are often cast in the role of victims, as in the decision of the European Court of Human Rights in the Manolada Strawberries case. We argue that they may gain agency and institutionalise networks of solidarity by forming social cooperatives.
Tag: Social Economy
Online Platform Enterprises such as Uber are now ubiquitous. How can these initiatives stemming from the digital economy be squared with aspirations for a European social economy?
The social economy is gaining attention in Europe. Member States are asked to create supportive environments for this sector where people are prioritized above capital distribution. The worker cooperative may be a solid framework for this new paradigm.