Limites à economia solidária: legitimidade e legalidade. O caso da Cooperativa Cooperlimp e seus impactos no desenvolvimento territorial
Moya, Rafael Duarte
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From the identification of a pocket of poverty in a medium-sized city in a city in the state of São Paulo, an incubator started university in 1998, a work of lifting needs along with the population living in a particular region São Carlos. Thus was founded in 1999 Cooperlimp. In 2009, the cooperative signed a Term of Conduct Adjustment with the Prosecution Office of Labor, in which it would terminate its activities until January 2011. The damage caused by this measure were taken multiple, deeply and profound. The aim of this research is to seek the Brazilian legal system, in general, if it would be able to meet the needs of Productive Associations, especially popular cooperatives and organizational structures of the Solidarity Economy. It shows the limits of the law, the limits of the understanding of the actors involved in the face of the challenges of Solidarity Economy, particularly the implementation of public policies, the relationship between legality and legitimacy, their territorial impacts and social consequences.