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International Cooperative Alliance 
Submitted By:- Vaibhav Gupta 
Submitted To:- Dr. R.S. Pundir 
International Agricultur...
Introduction of International Cooperative Alliance 
Type Cooperative Federation 
Founded 1895 
Headquarter Geneva, Switzer...
International Co-operative Alliance 
The International Cooperative Alliance is an independent, non-governmental 
associati...
• In 2006 the ICA published the first major index of the world's 
largest co-operative and mutual enterprises, the ICA Glo...
History of the co-operative movement 
• The earliest record of a co-operative comes from Fenwick, Scotland where, 
in Marc...
Vision of Sustainable Development 
• Sustainable Development is at the very core of co-operative 
enterprises. This is a m...
Goals:- The International Co-operative Alliance considers that 
the report of the High Level Panel of Eminent People on th...
Contribution:- 
• Closing the 2012 UN International Year of Co-operatives, the 
UN Secretary-General Ban-Ki Moon recognize...
ICA policy:- Even though co-operative enterprises contribute 
every day and in almost every sector of the economy towards ...
ICA Regions 
• ICA Asia - Pacific 
• ICA Africa 
• Cooperatives Europe 
• ICA Americas 
Sectoral Organizations 
• Internat...
Principles:- The co-operative principles are guidelines by which co-operatives 
put their values into practice. 
1. Volunt...
Education, Training and Information:-Co-operatives provide 
education and training for their members, elected representati...
Co-operative Facts And Figure 
The Co-operative Movement brings together over one billion 
people around the world. 
The U...
Co-operatives Create And Maintain Employment 
• In France, 21,000 co-operatives provide over 1 million jobs 
representing ...
• In Colombia, the co-operative movement provides 137,888 
jobs through direct employment and an additional 559,118 
jobs ...
Co-operatives are significant economic factors in 
national economics 
• In Denmark, consumer co-operatives in 2007 held 3...
• In New Zealand, 3% of the gross domestic product (GDP) is 
generated by co-operative enterprise. Co- operatives are 
res...
Large segment of the population are members 
of co-operatives. 
• In Canada, four of every ten Canadians are members of at...
• In Paraguay, 783,000 people or 18% of the population are 
members of 1,047 co-operatives. These have a direct impact 
on...
• The country with the largest number of individual members 
indirectly represented by the ICA is the United States with 2...
Main goals of co-operative decade strategy 
This strategy intends to take the co-operative way of doing 
business to a new...
What is blueprint…….??? 
The Blueprint is a plan for the global co-operative movement 
spanning the decade we are in. It o...
Blueprint theme 
To pursue the 2020 Vision, the Blueprint strategy involves 
concentrating on 5 interlinked themes, and es...
• Secure reliable co-operative capital while guaranteeing 
member control. 
• Build the co-operative message and secure th...
Web References 
• http://ica.coop 
• http://ica.coop/sites/default/files/media_items/International%20Co-operative% 
20Alli...
T H A N K Y O U
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International cooperative alliance....pundir sir

  1. 1. International Cooperative Alliance Submitted By:- Vaibhav Gupta Submitted To:- Dr. R.S. Pundir International Agriculture Business Management Anand Agricultural University, Anand, Gujarat
  2. 2. Introduction of International Cooperative Alliance Type Cooperative Federation Founded 1895 Headquarter Geneva, Switzerland Area Served Global Key People Pauline Green, President Members 272 National Federations (latest according to 2014)
  3. 3. International Co-operative Alliance The International Cooperative Alliance is an independent, non-governmental association which unites, represents and serves cooperatives worldwide. The Alliance provides a global voice and forum for knowledge, expertise and co-ordinated action for and about co-operatives. The members of the Alliance are international and national co-operative organizations from all sectors of the economy, including agriculture, banking, consumer, fisheries, health, housing, insurance, and workers. The Alliance has members from 100 countries, representing close to one billion individuals worldwide. Around one hundred million people work for a co-operative globally. Co-operatives are successful values based businesses owned by their members. Whether they are customers, employees or residents, the members get an equal say in the business and a share of the profits.
  4. 4. • In 2006 the ICA published the first major index of the world's largest co-operative and mutual enterprises, the ICA Global 300, which demonstrated the scale of the co-operative movement globally • On the first Saturday of July each year, the ICA coordinates celebrations of International Co-operative Day. • In December 2009, the United Nations declared 2012 as the International Year of Co-operatives. • he ICA represents 272 co-operative federations and organizations in 94 countries (January 2014).
  5. 5. History of the co-operative movement • The earliest record of a co-operative comes from Fenwick, Scotland where, in March 14, 1761, in a barely furnished cottage local weavers manhandled a sack of oatmeal into John Walker's whitewashed front room and began selling the contents at a discount, forming the FenwickWeavers' Society. • There are a plethora of records of co-operatives started out as small grassroots organizations in Western Europe, North America and Japan in the middle of the nineteenth century, however, it is the Rochdale Pioneers that are generally regarded as the prototype of the modern co-operative society and the founders of the Co-operative Movement in 1844. • In 1862 Friedrich Wilhelm Raiffeisen founded the first credit union and his work inspired the growth of financial co-operatives across the world.
  6. 6. Vision of Sustainable Development • Sustainable Development is at the very core of co-operative enterprises. This is a model of business based on ethical values and principles whose goal is to provide for the needs and aspirations of their members. • Through self-help and empowerment, enhancing local resources and capacities and reinvesting surpluses, co-operatives play a pivotal role in responding to local community needs and objectives. • Instead of looking at short-term goals of maximizing profits, co-operatives have a long-term aim of sustainable economic growth, social development and environmental responsibility.
  7. 7. Goals:- The International Co-operative Alliance considers that the report of the High Level Panel of Eminent People on the Post 2015 Development Agenda is, in general, a good basis to the establishment of Sustainable Development Goals. Overall the report identifies the main challenges and issues linked to a global definition of the problem. Furthermore, these goals should be considered as interdependent in the sense that ones cannot be achieved without others. For example, ending poverty cannot be achieve without creating jobs, securing sustainable livelihoods and equitable growth.
  8. 8. Contribution:- • Closing the 2012 UN International Year of Co-operatives, the UN Secretary-General Ban-Ki Moon recognized that “as a strong partner in development, the co-operative movement works with the United Nations every day to empower people, enhance human dignity and help achieve the Millennium Development Goals” • The Rio+20 conclusions also “acknowledge the role of co-operatives in contributing to social inclusion and poverty reduction, in particular in developing countries”. • Co-operative enterprises include in their day-to-day business operations a multitude of economic, social and environmental objectives, based on their values and principles.
  9. 9. ICA policy:- Even though co-operative enterprises contribute every day and in almost every sector of the economy towards the achievement of sustainable development goals, there are still several obstacles that prevent them from fully exploring their potential. Unleashing the full potential of co-operatives requires, among other measures:- Recognition Inclusion Access Participation
  10. 10. ICA Regions • ICA Asia - Pacific • ICA Africa • Cooperatives Europe • ICA Americas Sectoral Organizations • International Co-operative Agricultural Organization (ICAO) • International Co-operative Banking Association (ICBA) • Consumer Co-operatives Worldwide (CCW) • International Co-operative Fisheries Organization (ICFO) • International Health Co-operative Organization (IHCO) • International Co-operative Housing Organization (ICA Housing) • International Co-operative and Mutual Insurance Federation (ICMIF) • International Organization of Industrial, Artisanal and Service Producers' Co-operatives (CICOPA)
  11. 11. Principles:- The co-operative principles are guidelines by which co-operatives put their values into practice. 1. Voluntary and Open Membership 2. Democratic Member Control 3. Member Economic Participation 4. Autonomy and Independence 5. Education, Training and Information 6. Co-operation among Co-operatives 7. Concern for Community Voluntary and Open Membership:- Co-operatives are voluntary organizations, open to all persons able to use their services and willing to accept the responsibilities of membership, without gender, social, racial, political or religious discrimination.
  12. 12. Education, Training and Information:-Co-operatives provide education and training for their members, elected representatives, managers, and employees so they can contribute effectively to the development of their co-operatives. They inform the general public - particularly young people and opinion leaders - about the nature and benefits of co-operation. Concern for Community:- Co-operatives work for the sustainable development of their communities through policies approved by their members. Co-operation among Co-operatives:- Co-operatives serve their members most effectively and strengthen the co-operative movement by working together through local, national, regional and international structures.
  13. 13. Co-operative Facts And Figure The Co-operative Movement brings together over one billion people around the world. The United Nations estimated in 1994 that the livelihood of nearly 3 billion people, or half of the world's population, was made secure by co-operative enterprise. These enterprises continue to play significant economic and social roles in their communities. Below are some facts about the Movement that demonstrate their relevance and contribution to economic and social development.
  14. 14. Co-operatives Create And Maintain Employment • In France, 21,000 co-operatives provide over 1 million jobs representing 3.5% of the active working population. • In Kenya, 63% of the population derive their livelihoods from co-operatives. Approximately 250,000 Kenyans are employed or gain most of their income from co-operatives. • In the United States, 30,000 co-operatives provide more than 2 million jobs. • In Indonesia, co-operatives provide jobs to 288,589 individuals
  15. 15. • In Colombia, the co-operative movement provides 137,888 jobs through direct employment and an additional 559,118 jobs as worker-owners in workers co-operatives - providing 3.65% of all jobs in the country.
  16. 16. Co-operatives are significant economic factors in national economics • In Denmark, consumer co-operatives in 2007 held 36.4% of consumer retail market. • In Japan, the agricultural co-operatives report outputs of USD 90 billion with 91% of all Japanese farmers in membership. In 2007 consumer co-operatives reported a total turnover of USD 34.048 billion with 5.9% of the food market share. • In Mauritius, in the agricultural sector, co-operators play an important role in the production of sugar, vegetable, fruit and flower, milk, meat and fish. Nearly 50% of sugar-cane planters are grouped in co-operatives.
  17. 17. • In New Zealand, 3% of the gross domestic product (GDP) is generated by co-operative enterprise. Co- operatives are responsible for 95% of the dairy market and 95% of the export dairy market. • In Uruguay, co-operatives are responsible for 3% of the GDP. They produce 90% of the total milk production, 40% of honey and 30% of wheat. 60% of co-operative production is exported to over 40 countries around the world.
  18. 18. Large segment of the population are members of co-operatives. • In Canada, four of every ten Canadians are members of at least one co-operative. In Quebec, approximately 70% of the population are co-op members, while in Saskatchewan 56% are members. • In Malaysia, 6.78 million people or 27% of the total population are members of co-operatives. • In Norway out of a population of 4.8 million people, 2 million are members of co-operatives.
  19. 19. • In Paraguay, 783,000 people or 18% of the population are members of 1,047 co-operatives. These have a direct impact on the livelihoods of over 6 million people. • In Spain, in 2008 15% of the population or 6.7 million people are members of a co-operative. The International Co-operative Alliance represents close to one billion individual members. These statistics are calculated from the subscription formula on ICA's 271 members from 94 countries (as of 20 October 2013). On this basis, the global representative body for co-operatives is one of the largest non-governmental organizations in the world today by the number of people it represents, according to available figures.
  20. 20. • The country with the largest number of individual members indirectly represented by the ICA is the United States with 256 million members. There are nearly 30,000 co-operatives in the US. • The next countries are in Asia, with India following next behind the US with 93.7 million individual members. And then Japan with 77 million individual members. • The fourth largest number of members is in Iran with 36.9 million individual members. • All in all, five of the top ten countries, by membership, that the ICA represents - are in Asia. • Italy is the first European country with 22.5 million individual co-operative members, represented through their organisations by the ICA.
  21. 21. Main goals of co-operative decade strategy This strategy intends to take the co-operative way of doing business to a new level. At the heart of this blueprint is the “2020 challenge” which is that by 2020, co-operatives will become: • The acknowledged leader in economic, social and environmental sustainability. • The business model preferred by people. • The fastest growing form of enterprise.
  22. 22. What is blueprint…….??? The Blueprint is a plan for the global co-operative movement spanning the decade we are in. It outlines a strategic agenda for the co-operative sector led by the International Co-operative Alliance (the Alliance) and it follows up this five-pointplan with individual strategies. It aims to:- • Elevate participation within membership and governance to a new level. • Position co-operatives as builders of sustainability. • Build the co-operative message and secure the co-operative identity. • Ensure supportive legal frameworks for co-operative growth. • Secure reliable co-operative capital while guaranteeing member control.
  23. 23. Blueprint theme To pursue the 2020 Vision, the Blueprint strategy involves concentrating on 5 interlinked themes, and establishing implementation strategies in relation to each of them. The overarching agenda for the ICA, its members and the co-operative sector generally is laid out here: • Elevate participation within membership and governance to a new level. • Position co-operatives as builders of sustainability. • Ensure supportive legal frameworks for co-operative growth.
  24. 24. • Secure reliable co-operative capital while guaranteeing member control. • Build the co-operative message and secure the co-operative identity.
  25. 25. Web References • http://ica.coop • http://ica.coop/sites/default/files/media_items/International%20Co-operative% 20Alliance.pdf • http://ica.coop/sites/default/files/media_items/ICA%20Factsheet%20- %20International%20Co-operative%20Alliance.pdf • http://ica.coop/sites/default/files/attachments/Global300%20Report%20201 1.pdf • http://ica.coop/sites/default/files/media_items/ICA%20Blueprint%20- %20Final%20version%20issued%207%20Feb%2013.pdf
  26. 26. T H A N K Y O U

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