MAIS meetings are a space to facilitate mutual aid between co-operatives, other types of social enterprise, small ethical business, community groups, and other like-minded people. All are welcome – please spread the word.
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As part of Co-operatives Fortnight 2018 Brighton & Hove Community Land Trust (BHCLT) are organising a tour of local housing co-ops on Saturday 30 June, each with its own story. This is a chance to see some of the ways … Continue reading
Co-operation among co-operatives is the sixth of seven principles which help co-operatives put their values into practice. They can be followed by any community minded organisation, whether they are formally a co-op or not. Put Principle 6 into action and … Continue reading
We are working with Brighton & Hove Community Land Trust (BHCLT) to organise a workshop on how to set up a housing co-operative. Housing co-operatives are one of many ways to create more genuinely affordable and secure housing in the … Continue reading
Co-operatives South East and Mutual Aid In Sussex (MAIS) are working together to survey co-operatives of all kinds between Worthing and Eastbourne (anyone within the BN postcode area) to find out where we can be the most useful and where … Continue reading
MAIS and Co-ops South East are meeting together on Wednesday 28 March at 7pm at on Blackman St (just off Trafalgar St). We are working with Co-ops South East to survey co-ops in the city about the kinds of things they … Continue reading
The Brighton & Hove Community-Led Housing Programme is producing useful videos for housing co-ops, cohousing groups and groups self-build projects. The Brighton & Hove Community-Led Housing Programme was launched on Wednesday 21 February and there are now videos from the event … Continue reading
Launch of the Brighton & Hove Community-Led Housing Programme on Wednesday 21 February. Community-led housing is a way to create more genuinely affordable and secure homes, allowing local people to create alternatives that are community focused and take power back from … Continue reading