The Economy Council of Kongreya Star formed special cooperative societies for women in coordination with the Agricultural Centre in Girkê Legê, with the aim of developing the communal economy and to reinforce the culture of cooperation and enhance the women's economy.
Economy has been turned into a subject matter that ordinary people are not supposed to understand. It has intentionally been made complicated so that the plain reality can be disguised. It is the third force, after ideology and violence, through which women, and subsequently the entire society, was entrapped and forced to accept dependence.
Hevgirtin Cooperative Society is working on the communal economy in Rojava in accordance with a master plan agreed by the founders of the cooperative and its members. The cooperative is concerned with several aspects of economy (commercial, industrial, agricultural, livestock, cooperative societies, consumer organisations), and aims to build a regulated and democratic economic society. It also coordinates
'Resist Fascism, Build Co-operation' is the slogan of the fundraiser – and we see co-ops not as just static businesses there to benefit their members, they should do that of course, but if they are to follow the co-operative principles they should actively be seeking to benefit the wider community both locally and internationally to fight against reactionary ideas. We don't see this fundraiser as purely charitable, but rather something that is about raising the idea and principles of co-operation and the situation in Syria to a wider section of people in the U.K.
The Economic Council and Kongreya Star‘s Women’s Economy Council in in Girkê Legê [Al-Muabbada], have made a campaign to form agricultural cooperatives in preparation for the agricultural season. The campaign is to form 13 agricultural cooperative societies. The Economic Council and the Women’s Economy Council in Kongreya Star, in collaboration with the Agriculture and Livestock Centre in Girkê