Rochdale Award Laureates

07 Mar 2012

In 2000, the ICA Board established the Rochdale Pioneers Award. The purpose of this Award is to recognise a person or, under special circumstances a cooperative organisation, having contributed to innovative and financially sustainable cooperative activities that have significantly benefited their membership.

2001

Dr. Verghese Kurien
(India)

2003

Francisco Luis Jiménez Arcila
(Colombia)

Lloyd Wilkinson
(UK)

2005

Hans Dahlberg
(Sweden)

Yehudah Paz
(Israel)

Ian MacPherson
(Canada)

2007

Esther Gicheru
(Kenya)

Pr. Ungku A. Aziz
(Malaysia)

Francisco Ceballo Herrero
(Spain)

2009

Ivano Barberini 
(Italy)
The ICA Board has decided that the 2009 Rochdale Pioneer Award will be posthumously conferred to Ivano Barberini for his life-long contribution and legacy to the world co-operative movement.

2011

Lee Jong-koo
(Korea)

Pr. Florencio Eguía Villaseñor
(Mexico)

2012

Roberto Rodrigues
(Brazil)

2013

Plunkett Foundation
(United Kingdom)

2015

Dame Pauline Green
(United Kingdom)

2017

José Carlos Guisado

(Spain)

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