Working with youth across northern Uganda, we asked what their advice would be for other youth in their villages to improve their lives. Across the board, young people said that working together, belonging to a group or youth association had meant support for making changes in their personal lives and across their villages.
As the U.S. House of Representatives narrowly approved changes to the tax code last week and the Senate considers the measure, the cooperative community is monitoring how the tax overhaul could affect member-owners of the nation’s 40,000 cooperative businesses. The legislation includes cuts to corporate taxes and changes the way other income and expenses are treated.
NCBA CLUSA and its cooperative partners are thrilled to announce that the second annual Co-op Festival will take place October 6 and 7, 2018 on the National Mall in Washington, DC! We’re already working on the displays, activities and performances that will make this year’s festival even more impactful.