YouthSSE group organizes a space to explore, advocacy and lobbying for glocal economic justice. It aims to build alliances with young activists interested in transforming today's economy, and promoting the social and solidarity economy.Language(s) of the Activity: EnglishProponent Organizations:RIPESS EU - Solidarity Economy Europe
More info : https://join.wsf2021.net/activities/5143
Welcome to the 3rd Sustainable Food Conference! Created to encourage the sharing of experiences and inspiring initiatives, the Meetings will this year have the particular objective of strengthening the actions and collaborations of the actors who cultivate the next world. In the difficult context of the crises we are going through, it is urgent that we organize ourselves collectively to accelerate transitions towards sustainable, just and resilient food systems.
More info: https://rencontres-alimentation-durable.fr/le-programme/
On January 28th, at 17UTC (18CET) - Transformative Economies Lab is a collaborative investigation exploring, mapping, and articulating a practical, sustainable, equitable economy as it unfolds around the globe. The aim of the lab is to use an existing platform (Real Economy Lab) which provides a comprehensive picture of the projects, ideas, movements and networks offering viable alternatives to the mainstream market-bases economic system, and to present this as a compelling case for wider coordination and support by all stakeholders. We invite you to take part! Language(s) of the Activity: English
The REJIES Network, of Young Researchers in Social Economy of CIRIEC-Spain, in collaboration with the International University of Valencia (VIU) and the EMES Network organizes a workshop on experiences of social enterprises in the field of culture, migration and equality and gender. This workshop will take place on January 29th between 12 and 14 hours through the virtual campus of the VIU.
The workshop is organized within the framework of the upcoming 8th EMES International Congress on Social Enterprise Research, to be held next October in Zaragoza, a meeting place for the international academic community involved in research on social enterprises, social and solidarity economy (SSE), social entrepreneurship and social innovation.
On the way to the meeting in Zaragoza, from REJIES it has been considered relevant to anticipate some debates, which will serve as a guide in its preparation, and for that purpose they propose this virtual meeting with Social Enterprises that develop their activity in three innovative areas (culture, gender equality and migration).
The three proposed areas invite to generate lines of work around the important economic and social challenges existing in each one of them, which help to understand the way in which Social Enterprises are responding in an innovative way to face them.
The activity is free, but it is necessary to register at the following link