In the new book by Ariel Guarco, president of the International Co-operative Alliance, the historical principles of the cooperative movement still prove useful in finding answers to the urgent challenges of the contemporary world, from sustainability to the pandemic.
Leonardo, a cutting-edge company based in Poland, has become a funding member of our cooperative, with the purpose of bringing the Fairbnb.coop model for regenerative, communitarian and sustainable tourism to Poland and other Eastern European countries.
Collective appeal signed by the main cooperative platforms that ask for support for their model in order to counter the digital monopolies of Amazon, Uber, etc.
Fairbnb.coop joins the manifesto “Towards a people and planet-oriented (digital) transition in Europe: platform cooperatives and their fundamental role in the context of recovery”.
In a recently published study by the European Commission highlighting the enormous potential oh Platform Cooperativism, Fairbnb.coop was mention as a great pioneer, using digital technology to fuel social economy.
Fairbnb.coop comes into play in the Doughnut Economics model applied in Amsterdam as a different kind of player, not one to extract economic value, but a player who returns viable economic values to the local communities.