The Co-operative Taskforce has been set up to explore what kind of future we want to build and we want to hear from you.
How do we rapidly scale up Community Wealth Building in our city region? How can we ensure we rebuild prosperity for the many in our region, creating an environment where co-ops can flourish?
How can we champion the right to food and ensure that no child ever goes hungry and address food poverty and justice? The Covid-19 pandemic has brought the issue of food justice to the fore: how can we address food poverty and ensure there is justice?
How can we become Britain’s first carbon-neutral region? How can utilise the power of municipal and community energy to create a green industrial revolution.
Send us your ideas! If you have other ideas or thoughts then please get in touch.
You can tell us your views by using this form. You can either type your thoughts into the "Your submission" textbox provided, or upload a document (Word .doc/.doxc and PDFs accepted).
Labour & Co-operative candidate for Metro Mayor, and MP for Hodge Hill.
Vice-Chair of the Co-operative Parliamentary Party, and Birmingham Edgbaston MP.
Wolverhampton Councillor, and Director of Revolver Co-op,
Chair of the Birmingham, Solihull and Tamworth Co-op Branch.
The West Midlands Co-operative Taskforce has been set up by Liam Byrne, Shadow Mayor of the West Midlands and MP for Birmingham Hodge Hill. It will meet over the coming months to develop plans to support the scaling up of co-operatives in the West Midlands. The Taskforce is supported by the Co-operative Party.
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