Curso: la economia solidaria y el uso etico del dinero

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Date/Time
Date(s) - 02/02/2015 - 23/02/2015
7:00 pm - 9:00 pm

Location
Centro Joaquin Roncal de Zaragoza

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Un año más, un febrero más, lanzamos desde Financiación Solidaria,el curso de Economía Solidaria y Uso Etico del Dinero, en edición abierta a todas las personas interesadas, pero siempre preferentemente para las asociadas a Financiación Solidaria y/o a las entidades de REAS/COOP57/Mercado Social. Se desarrollará a lo largo del mes de febrero, los lunes: 2, 9, 16 y 23, de 7 a 9 de la tarde, en el Centro Joaquin Roncal de Zaragoza.

Os adjuntamos un diptico informativo con el contenido del mismo aunque cada año le damos una vuelta para incorporar las cada vez más numerosas experiencias que van siendo una realidad consolidada y alternativa al modelo neoliberal. El curso es gratuito, fruto del trabajo de algunos miembros de la Asociación y la colaboración de la Fundación CAI-ASC que nos cede los espacios y los medios, pero se requiere inscripción previa, pues las plazas son limitadas, y compromiso de asistencia los 4 días con puntualidad, pues así mismo hemos de acabar puntuales.

Para la inscripción hacer llegar un correo con vuestro nombre y apellidos e indicación de si perteneceis a algún colectivo o asociación a nuestra dirección: financiacionsolidaria@gmail.com. Indicando en el asunto “Curso de Economía Solidaria 2015” enlace a la web de konsumoresponsable en el que se encuentra esta oferta.

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