Indonesia's condition cannot be separated from natural disasters and events - such as earthquakes, landslides, flash floods, tsunamis, volcanic eruptions, whirlwinds, etc., demands that people be sensitive to events that 'might' happen in the future and must adapt with these conditions. As happened during this period, namely the outbreak of the Corona Virus Disease 2019 (Covid-19) outbreak, which has still not been confirmed for its end and cure, then had a tremendous impact on the condition of Indonesia, both economically and socially.
Seeing this, cooperatives as the pillars of the national economy must become actors who have a big role to play in building the socio-economic resilience of the Indonesian people to be more resilient in the future. In this context, LAPENKOPWIL East Java and MICRA Indonesia took the initiative to conduct a brainstorming with key cooperative stakeholders in Probolinggo City in the Outlook Sharing activity: Building Cooperative Resilience Towards a Resilient Indonesia. This forum for sharing ideas and alignment of action seeks active solutions with practitioners, cooperative movement organizations, and the government.