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WORKING
LEARNING
MAKING
EATING &
DRINKING
ENKEL
WORKING
LEARNING
MAKING
EATING &
DRINKING
ENKEL
ENKEL is a multi-disciplinary collective of people who work together to
ex...
WORKING
LEARNING
MAKING
EATING &
DRINKING
ENKEL
THE BLACK CIRCLE in the centre of this image represents the Enkel
co-opera...
WORKING
LEARNING
MAKING
EATING &
DRINKING
ENKEL
THE SMALL ‘CAKE-SLICE’ SECTIONS surrounding the black circle
represent mem...
WORKING
LEARNING
MAKING
EATING &
DRINKING
ENKEL
THE FOUR COLOURS are ‘guilds’, which are representing the four
elements wo...
WORKING
LEARNING
MAKING
EATING &
DRINKING
ENKEL
Enkel members pay a monthly membership fee, and are entitled
membership be...
WORKING
LEARNING
MAKING
EATING &
DRINKING
ENKEL
Enkel is a co-operative, i.e. voting is attached to membership - one
membe...
What is a co-operative?
o Legal capacity of a natural person.
o Can conduct commercial activities.
o Can own subsidiary co...
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Enkel model

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Co-operative model for ENKEL collective.

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Enkel model

  1. 1. WORKING LEARNING MAKING EATING & DRINKING ENKEL
  2. 2. WORKING LEARNING MAKING EATING & DRINKING ENKEL ENKEL is a multi-disciplinary collective of people who work together to explore new possibilities and narratives for Western Australia. Our main focus in 2014 is to build a space, where we can experiment with new ways of working, learning, making, eating & drinking. A space which continuously develops, and which is designed for people to accelerate each others’ learning journeys. ENKEL - COLLECTIVE
  3. 3. WORKING LEARNING MAKING EATING & DRINKING ENKEL THE BLACK CIRCLE in the centre of this image represents the Enkel co-operative. An organisation, which is owned by its members, i.e. the Enkel people. ENKEL - ORGANISATION
  4. 4. WORKING LEARNING MAKING EATING & DRINKING ENKEL THE SMALL ‘CAKE-SLICE’ SECTIONS surrounding the black circle represent members of the Enkel co-operative. These can be individuals or corporations. They are separate entities with separate responsibilities and finances. ENKEL - MEMBERS
  5. 5. WORKING LEARNING MAKING EATING & DRINKING ENKEL THE FOUR COLOURS are ‘guilds’, which are representing the four elements working, learning, making and eating & drinking. Each member is part of one (or more) guilds, depending on their activity. A member who runs a organic food store might for instance be part of the Eating & Drinking guild, but also the Learning guild if they run cooking classes. ENKEL - GUILDS
  6. 6. WORKING LEARNING MAKING EATING & DRINKING ENKEL Enkel members pay a monthly membership fee, and are entitled membership benefits through this. For example: Reduced rent in coworking space, access to our workshops, 3D printers and meeting rooms, free lectures and classes or cheaper coffee in our café. There are four levels of membership with increasing involvement in the collective. ENKEL - EXCHANGE
  7. 7. WORKING LEARNING MAKING EATING & DRINKING ENKEL Enkel is a co-operative, i.e. voting is attached to membership - one member one vote. If you are not interested to vote in decisions which don’t consider your interest, you can choose to give your vote to someone you trust – for example the person who represents your guild. (For more info on this system called liquid democracy see this 5 min video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fg0_Vhldz-8) ENKEL – DECISION MAKING
  8. 8. What is a co-operative? o Legal capacity of a natural person. o Can conduct commercial activities. o Can own subsidiary companies. o Minimum of five members over 18 years of age. o Members can be individuals and/or corporations. o Members have limited liability. o Members must have an active relationship with the co-operative. o Voting is attached to membership - one member one vote. o Members elect a board of directors to manage the business of the co-operative. o Directors have fiduciary and common law duties. o Annual general meetings held once a year. o Annual audited financial accounts available to members and lodged with the government. From http://www.coopdevelopment.org.au/typesofcoops.html#trading

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