The largest employee-owned social care provider, Be Caring, was announced as the winner of two prestigious LaingBuisson Excellence in Home Care and Excellence in Supported Living awards last week.
The United Nations General Assembly has adopted a new resolution on cooperatives in social development calling for the proclamation of 2025 as an International Year of Cooperatives.
The BCCM welcomes a report by not for profit health insurer Westfund, which highlights the disparity in health care services available to those living in regional and remote areas of Australia.
The release last week of the Federal Government’s much-anticipated Intergenerational Report is good news for co-operatives and mutuals as proven structures for delivering value to Australians and the economy with humans at the beating heart of their business purposes.
The Business Council of Co-operatives and Mutuals’ Care Together Program research partner, Monash Business School’s Mutual Value Lab, is advertising a PhD Scholarship,
Worker co-ops in health care: Lessons from the field – Non Profit Quarterly article examining shared ownership and control with workers in healthcare.
Care Together will focus on regional, rural and remote areas where current models are not working. Stephen Lunn, The Australian interview with Melina Morrison.
The Care Together Program team visited Bega Shire in NSW to deliver training and co-op development, on Wednesday, 28 June.
Welcome to our new Care Together e-newsletter. The Care Together Program is an education, advisory and support program to foster business model innovation, through co-operatives and mutuals, in the delivery of social care in places where current approaches are not working.
The Hon Anika Wells MP, Minister for Aged Care and Sport addressed the National Press Club on 7 June 2023.