University of Westminster’s International Development Society are organising a one day conference entitled ‘Power of Cooperation’ on the 1st of March.

As cooperative businesses have come to occupy an important space in global economy, and as grassroots movements gain an increasingly prominent role in world politics, this conference aims to inspire and encourage those who attend to become engaged in the political life of their communities; be it a university, workplace, borough or country.

Throughout the day the event will explore various modes of cooperation with an aim to engage participants in considering the potential of collective action to help us to find solutions to challenges in our communities.

On the event, IDS say

“We will provide the participants with ideas and tools which they can utilize in both their professional and personal life and improve the ways in which they interact with their environment. We will explore group dynamics and organisational structures of a number of organisations to find the best possible configuration for effective collaboration.”

Find out more about the event and book your tickets online

TICKETS ARE LIMITED! To get your free ticket visit:


Amanda Machin, Visiting Lecturer and Research Fellow at University of Westminster
Andy Gregg, Chief Executive of Race on the Agenda
Dr.Dibyesh Anand, The Head of the Department of Politics and International Relations, University of Westminster
Dr.Farhang Morady, Senior Lecturer in Globalisation and Development, University of Westminster
John Hilary, Executive Director of War on Want
New Internationalist Magazine
Richard Sherry, Clinical Psychologist and Psychotherapist
Rob Harrison, Co-founder and director of Ethical Consumer

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