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First International Conference
Role of ICT in Local and Regional Sustainable Development
Galati, 24-25th August 2007

5 TIPS TO PARTICIPATE IN EUROPEAN PROJECTS 

1) Profile

2) Populate

3) Response

4) Apply

5) Document

First International Conference Role of ICT in Local and Regional Sustainable Development Galati, 24-25 August 2007

2007 Jan 24 - 00:00
2007 Jan 25 - 00:00
Etc/GMT

First
International Conference
Role of ICT in Local
and Regional Sustainable Development

Galati,
24-25 August 200
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Euro_ICT_Develop

Euro_Coop_Develop

Euro Coop Develop 

February, 15-18 at Cluj-Napoca, Romania. The host is the University Babes-Bolyai, Economics Faculty.

About Euro_Coop_Develop

Statute for a European Cooperative Society - Dec07

COMPANY LAW > SOCIAL DIALOGUE AND EMPLOYEE PARTICIPATION >

Statute for a European Cooperative Society

The
European Union facilitates cooperatives wishing to engage in
cross-border business, by making legislative provision which takes
account of their specific features. It allows the creation of new
cooperative enterprises of natural or legal persons at European level.
It ensures the rights of information, consultation and participation of
employees in a European cooperative society (SCE).

ACTS

Council Regulation (EC) No 1435/2003 of 22 July 2003 on the Statute for a European Cooperative Society (SCE).

THE STATUTE FOR A EUROPEAN CO-OPERATIVE SOCIETY (SCE)

Europe's 300,000
co-operatives play an important part in the economy, employing 2.3 million and
providing services to 83.5 million members. The co-operative form is recognised
in all Member States.  However, cross-border co-operation between
co-operatives has been hampered within the European Union by legal and
administrative difficulties, which should be eliminated in a market without
frontiers.

The objective of the SCE
Statute, which was adopted by the Council on 22nd July 2003, OJ of 18th August 2003
(L207)
, is to provide
co-operatives with adequate legal instruments to facilitate their cross-border
and trans-national activities. The new Statute parallels the Statute for a
European Company (SE), adopted in 2001, but has been tailored to the specific
characteristics of co-operative societies.

Cooperatives CAT de Serveis (EN)

Cooperatives CAT of Services (THE HOUSE OF-in)


 

 


MODEL
OF STATUTES OF A COOPERATIVE OF SERVICES

 


 

CHAPTER
AND. - BASES OF THE COMPANY

 

Article
1. - Denomination, Legal Diet

 

CONSEN SCE Euro-Coop (EN)

Purpose

 
CONSEN is a group of skilled voluntary people working to create and maintain high quality open cooperative resources for free discussion. This is done by creating and actively maintaining and further developing services open to the general public which can be used for information interchange.
CONSEN services are primarily aimed at its key target audience. At the time of writing this document, the technology used for these services is Information and Communication Environments (ICE). For creating and maintaining its services, CONSEN may use previously created technologies which it finds capable in technical and other ways. CONSEN may also modify these technologies to better serve the required purposes, or CONSEN may create the technologies needed on its own.
CONSEN’s aim is to emphasize on the quality of the provided service above all else. 

 

Cooperatives CAT (EN)

Cooperatives CAT

Law 18/2002, of 5 July, of cooperatives. (Correction of errors in the
DOGC no. 3882, p. 9686, of 13.5.2003).
NOTE. In this text the corrections of error published have been introduced in the
DOGC.
The President of the Generalitat de Catalunya
Or notorious to all citizens that the Parliament of Catalonia has approved of and me, in
name of the King and d'acord with the one that establishes l'article 33.2 of l'Estatut d'autonomia
from Catalonia, I promulgate the following one
LAW
Preamble
The last modifications of the Law of cooperatives of Catalonia, the Law
13/1991, of l'1 of July, and Law 14/1993, of the 25 November, meant
important innovations with respect to the legislation that was valid then to
Catalonia on the subject of cooperatives.
One of the main novelties, the reduction, of five in three members, of the number
minimum of members to constitute a cooperative of associated work, which goes
entailing a great increase of the number of cooperatives constitutions and futile
favoring the utilization d'aquesta juridical figure to pioneer numerous projects
entrepreneurial d'autogestió, has been afterwards incorporated, even in terms more
extensive, in some autonomic legislations of cooperatives, and also in the
last state regulation of cooperatives d'àmbit.
Moreover, the valid normative frame in that moment adapted to the

Cooperatives CAT

Llei 18/2002, de 5 de juliol, de cooperatives. (Correcció d'errades en el
DOGC núm. 3882, pàg. 9686, de 13.5.2003).
NOTA. En aquest text s'han introduït les correccions d'errada publicades en el
DOGC.
El President de la Generalitat de Catalunya
Sia notori a tots els ciutadans que el Parlament de Catalunya ha aprovat i jo, en
nom del Rei i d’acord amb el que estableix l’article 33.2 de l’Estatut d’autonomia
de Catalunya, promulgo la següent
LLEI
Preàmbul
Les darreres modificacions de la Llei de cooperatives de Catalunya, la Llei
13/1991, de l’1 de juliol, i la Llei 14/1993, del 25 de novembre, van significar
innovacions importants respecte a la legislació que era vigent llavors a
Catalunya en matèria de cooperatives.
Una de les novetats principals, la reducció, de cinc a tres membres, del nombre
mínim de socis per a constituir una cooperativa de treball associat, que va
comportar un gran augment del nombre de constitucions de cooperatives i va
afavorir la utilització d’aquesta figura jurídica per a iniciar nombrosos projectes
d’autogestió empresarial, ha estat després incorporada, fins i tot en termes més
extensius, en algunes legislacions autonòmiques de cooperatives, i també en la
darrera regulació de cooperatives d’àmbit estatal.

Tool for internal organisation: Cooperative

Tool for internal organisation: Cooperative

Abstract:
Cooperative. A cooperative creates a legal framework for the
organisation of a collectively owned business - a tool that can
facilitate the transition of loose temporary user networks towards more
permanent organisations

Co-operatives
are an established organisational framework for businesses. It could be
particularly appropriate where a more formalised set up is either the
consequence or precondition for the running of a business, combining
the collective and shared dimension of many temporary user groups while
introducing commercial mechanisms.

Members:
A minimum of 7 people is required to found a co-operative

Basic capital:
optional

Setting up a co-operation:
- Definition and official approval of main statutory framework
- Election of members and documentation in writing
- Official registration (obligatory)
- The co-operation is obliged to keep records

Management board administration by at least three members of the co-op (can be delegated to third parties)

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