Cécile Berranger

Research and Communication

Brief bio

Cécile Berranger is a PhD student at the Manchester Metropolitan University Business School focusing on the role of cooperatives in recreating urban places. She is evaluating and analyzing the impact of the Heritage Project in Rochdale (Manchester, UK), the birthplace of the cooperative movement.

Cécile has studied Development Economics at Roma Tre University in Rome and she has worked on cooperatives and responsible investments in Uganda. Recently, she wrote a book in Italian on cooperatives and common goods (‘Cooperative Bene Comune’).

She loves travelling, eating and meeting new people and cultures. She has recently launched a travel blog Hesitant Explorers – Travel Blog.

She managed the planning and logistics activities during Sara and Andrea’s travel. She is now responsible for communication.



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"A long time ago when I was still a young child, my father used to ask me to give him my hand and he would put his saliva on it telling me that it was a blessing to prevent me from begging." - Joseph Nsabimana, Coproriz-Ntende

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