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Promoting the culture of SSE

RIPESS Europe carries out different projects that are based on promoting the culture of SEE. The overall impact that we want to achieve through this projects is a contribution to enhancing skills and knowledge of SSE and its transformative potential.



HATI-SOS – Project


DEVISUS- Project


BUSSE- Building Up SSE

Towards a self-care culture in our work environment

Article from the HATISOS project Self-care is a strategy of political resistance, and there is an emergency to democratize it and see it not as something individual, but as something only possible in its collective dimension. In the reflection and action that allows...

HATI SOS: Learning Activity in Prague (Czech Republic)

Between 7 and 10 April, RIPESS Europe was present in Prague to develop one of the first parts of the Hati-Sos project on Soft Skills. During these days, the organizations involved (FUNDACJA EKOROZWOJU, Ekumenicka Akademie, Utopia and Profilantrop), developed 7...

HATI – SOS: Erasmus+ project on the development of soft skills

Article by Andrea Rodríguez Valdés, Ripess Europe From RIPESS Europe we start a new Erasmus + KA2 project called "HATI-SOS" in which we have already started working. Based on the experiences of previous work, on the internal debates of the organizations and on the...

The network has a new project : welcome HATI-SOS !

By Dražen Šimleša,, RIPESS EU General Coordinator RIPESS EU is active again with the promotion of SSE in Central and Eastern Europe region. The new Eramsus+ project HATI-SOS will continue the work of previous and succesful BuSSE project. This time the focus is more...

The Devisus project, social utility assessment

Article by DEVISUS Context and objectives of the...
BUSSE - Building up SSE

Erasmus + BUSSE project & Forum on Food Sovereignty (Poland)

Elena Tzamouranou, who works at Dock, Greek member of RIPESS Europe, relates: “A few days ago, we...


First National Meeting of Tiers Lieux, Metz, France

First National Meeting of Tiers Lieux, Metz, France

Article by Josette Combes, Ripess Europe The first national meeting of "Tiers Lieux" (1) took place in Metz, within the Tiers Lieu Bliiida, on 17, 18 and 19 October 2022. Three days of sharing, exchange, inspiration and debate that ended at the Economic, Social and...

Maricá (Brazil): Social Currency Mumbuca

Maricá (Brazil): Social Currency Mumbuca

Article by Basilia Orozco, Diario El Analista, Argentina At the XV National Congress of Regional Economic Analysts held on October 28, 2022 at the University of Buenos Aires, Argentina, Adelton Mendonza, Secretary of Solidarity Economy of Maricá, presented the...

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L'Economie Solidaire en Mouvement sous la direction de @Josette Combes @Jean-Louis Laville Bruno Lasnier sera présenté le 16 février 2023 de 19h à 21h30, au 11, rue Watt 75013 IAE PARIS - SORBONNE BUSINESS SCHOOL @IAEParisVoici le lien de l'évènement : s'inscrire : présence de Marlène Schiappa @Nathalie Raul-Croset @Philippe Eynaud. #ESS #Mouvementpouréconomiesolidaire #IEAParis #Sorbonne

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☀️HAPPENING NEXT WEEK IN #barcelona ☀️TRAINING IN ACTION FOR THE PROJECT: @you'co#youthyouth led initiative#ethicalfinancenanceDuring 5 days, young participants from different countries and also local participants will experience the contents and methodologies of four training modules, that will later be part of an online course on Ethical Finance.More info about the project:ção AnimarnEconomistas Sin Fronteras (EsF)(Fundación Finanzas EticastScomodoomodo

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European Calendar

Solidarity economy events in Europe

19/06 to 23/06

Dear all,

We are pleased to invite you to the next Fair Trade International Symposium. The Fair Trade International Symposium (FTIS) is the leading global gathering for scholars, practitioners and policymakers working on Fair Trade.

The event will be hosted by the University of Leeds and will take place between the 19 and 21 of June 2023. Workshops and panels will be held in person around the theme 'Fair Trade Connections,' with some online and hybrid sessions to allow for maximum participation.

It will be the opportunity to discuss how Fair Trade influences and supports other complementary movements, organisations, and activities. But also, how can complementary movements and activities in the South and North benefit Fair Trade thinking and practice? How can we make new connections, and what opportunities exist to extend and reimagine existing ones?

More information on how to get involved will be available soon. In the meantime, you can visit the dedicated page on our website and send your enquiries in English to Anne Tallontire or in French to Ivan Dufeu

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