At the 2010 ACE Institute in Cleveland toward the end of July, keynote speaker, David Korten, will provide a compelling argument for a better way of capital formation and distribution than Wall Street. It is a message that cuts through the clutter of economic jargon to where people live.
The agreement between MONDRAGON and the United Steelworkers is another landmark event that holds a great deal of promise for the application of cooperative principles to the labor movement.
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2010 ACE Institute Extended Agenda
CROSSROADS: CHOOSING COOPERATION
Tuesday, July 27 - Friday, July 30 ├ éČ Cleveland Marriott Downtown at Key Center
TUES. JULY 27
Registration and Welcome Reception
WED. JULY 28
8:00 a.m. 5:00 p.m.
Decisions at Crossroads
├ éČ David Korten, author of Agenda for a New Economy and co-founder of Yes! Magazine
├ éČ Rob Witherell (United Steelworkers)
├ éČ Michael Peck, North American Delegate, MONDRAGON Internacional
Workshop/Discussion - Where is co-op development headed and what are the educational resources needed to get there?
FACILITATOR: Lou Hammond Ketilson, Director, Centre for the Study of Co-operatives, University of Saskatchewan
Mobile Learning Sessions -- Institute participants will visit area cooperatives including Oberlin College, Evergreen Cooperative Laundry and Ohio Cooperative Solar
Researchers and practitioners are invited to share their work. Preregister with firstname.lastname@example.org
5:30 p.m. Reception
ACE Annual Meeting
(Participants have dinner on their own)
THURS. JULY 29
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