The Western Worker Cooperative Conference is a biennial, rotating event that fosters education and information sharing among worker co-ops and promotes sustainable development of the co-op movement in the Western United States.
The WWCC exposes people to the concept of worker-owned businesses; strengthens existing worker-owned businesses; develops relationships between democratically-owned businesses, labor institutions, and resource organizations; and builds the movement for workplace democracy. It is held every two years in the Western United States.
WHO SHOULD ATTEND?
Members of worker cooperatives; other democratic employee-owned businesses; labor, technical assistance, and community organizations; and scholars will gather for problem solving and movement-building discussions. Organizations and individuals interested in creating good, locally-owned, community-based jobs are especially encouraged to explore this promising strategy for economic and social development.