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#232 — Is social and solidarity economy transforming European Union’s social policy?

January 24  / 13 h 45 min  16 h 00 min  CET

Jason Nar­di, Direc­tor of the RIPESS (Inter­con­ti­nen­tal net­work for the pro­mo­tion of social sol­i­dar­i­ty economy)

Dis­cus­sants: Nada Elka­mary (EPOG+, Major C), Andela Per­ovic (EPOG+, Major B), Rutu­ja Uttar­war (EPOG+, Major A).

For online (live) atten­dance: https://live.epog.eu

For the replay: https://videos.epog.eu

Relat­ed document(s)

OECD (2022), “Rec­om­men­da­tion of the Coun­cil on the Social and Sol­i­dar­i­ty Econ­o­my and Social Inno­va­tion”, OECD Legal Instru­ments.
ILO (2022), “Res­o­lu­tion con­cern­ing decent work and the social and sol­i­dar­i­ty econ­o­my”, Inter­na­tion­al Labour Con­fer­ence – 110th Ses­sion, 10 June.
Addi­tion­al sources
The Euro­pean Pil­lar of Social Rights in 20 prin­ci­ples (Euro­pean com­mis­sion, Pri­or­i­ties 2019–2014)Link
Next gen­er­a­tion EU (Euro­pean commission)Link
A Euro­pean Action Plan for the Social Econ­o­my (Social Econ­o­my Europe)Link
Inter­na­tion­al orga­ni­za­tions and pol­i­cy­mak­ers affirmed the his­toric momen­tum around the Social and Sol­i­dar­i­ty Econ­o­my (A High-Lev­el Polit­i­cal Forum (HLPF) side-event held on July 5th dis­cussed the role of the social and sol­i­dar­i­ty econ­o­my in build­ing back bet­ter and pro­mot­ing sus­tain­able devel­op­ment, Inter­na­tion­al Labour Organisation)Link
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