Transparency is one of the main values of our cooperative. It is a mechanism that is based on trust and that we have included into our decision-making spaces. All Jamgo members have access to the economic and strategic information of the cooperative.
In addition, since 2015, we carry out the Social Balance of the Solidarity Economy Network, a self-assessment tool aimed to improve year after year in terms of democracy, equality, environmental and social commitment.
Download our 2020 Social Balance Sheet 2020 in pdf.
We work in a 100% horizontal structure. We have created a work space in which everyone is a partner of the organization and perceives the same salary. In addition, we all have the same decision-making power in our meetings and reflection spaces.
Working together makes us stronger. For this reason, we prioritize working with other organizations in the Social and Solidarity Economy sector, such as cooperatives or associations. In addition, we are part of the following federations to learn and share ecological, feminist and horizontal practices:
- La Comunal
- Solidarity Economy Network
- Grup Ecos
- L’Impuls Cooperatiu de Sants
- Cooperative Federation of Catalonia
- Solidarity Economy Fair of Catalonia
We work with free software technologies that promote the creation of collective projects and avoid proprietary licenses that only benefit a few. For Jamgo this is our way to build together a more fair, accessible, horizontal and free technology, at the service of society.
- We use free software
- We opt for open standards
- We work with open licenses
The almost non existent presence of women in technological environments has led us to traditionally be a major male presence. That is why we make conscious efforts to apply the feminist perspective.
In 2016 we began a process of incorporating women with the intention of having a more representative team, with a broader vision of the world and with more balanced ways of doing things. We try to raise awareness on stereotypes about the role of women in technology and break with discriminatory practices in the sector.