5 June 2024

European Elections: Help us mobilising (future) MEPs to keep social economy on the EU policy agenda

The European elections are approaching. Their outcome will decide on the direction the EU will take in the future with regard to values and objectives such as democracy, the defense of human rights, social cohesion or environmental transition, to name just a few … Social Economy Europe‘s Memorandum for the elections points to a number…

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30 May 2024

REVES Annual Meeting 2024: Focus on inter-cooperation between different (social economy) actors and municipalities

REVES Annual Meeting 2024: Focus on inter-cooperation between different (social economy) actors and municipalities REVES cities, regions, social economy enterprises and invited guests came together from 15 to 17 May 2024 in Torres Vedras (PT) for their annual meeting 2024. The programme included study visits, reflections, a one day policy lab, cultural moments and the…

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21 May 2024

OPEN CALL: POSSIBILITY FOR MICRO&SMALL SE ENTERPRISES TO RECEIVE FREE ADVISE AND COACHING ON GREEN TRANSITION-RELATED TOPICS

  The SKI.F.T call for proposals is now open! Micro and small social economy enterprises often lack resources and opportunities to engage in green transition processes. The transnational initiative « Skills for transition : Increasing the impact of small social economy enterprises  (SKI.F.T.) » would like to provide solutions. Launched in October 2023, SKI.F.T. is…

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10 May 2024

GREENING OPPORTUNITY FOR SEEs

the SOFIGREEN call for proposal for SEEs operating in France, Italy and Spain is now open!   The green transition can offer a lot of new opportunities for entrepreneurs and enterprises. The European Green Deal aims to make the EU climate-neutral by 2050 and to raise green economy. REVES is part in the EISMEA’s financed SOFIGREEN…

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14 December 2023

Enabling micro and small social economy enterprises to engage in green transition – First meeting of the SKI.F.T project in Copenhagen

SKI.F.T. – from the Danish word for “change”  – is the title of a new transnational initiative which has the objective to accompany micro and small social economy enterprises in their efforts to make their business model and related practices more environmentally sustainable. The project, launched in October 2023, is co-funded by the EU SMP-COSME…

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9 November 2023

REVES Magazine on public policies and social economy: The first edition is out!

On behalf of the whole Editorial Board, welcome to the first issue of the Reves Digital Magazine. This is a brand new publication that comes from the need to gather knowledge and experiences within and outside the REVES Network in the field of social economy and among social economy actors, policy-makers and local administration entities.…

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31 October 2023

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24 October 2023

RESPONDET newsletter October 2023

RESPONDET Final Webinar: Working on Perspectives and Recommendations Regions and cities, social economy organisations, civil society and academics from 10 EU Member States came together on 14 September 2023 for the final webinar of the RESPONDET project. During the webinar, RESPONDET partner regions/city presented the local actions plans for green transition they had finalised in…

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19 October 2023

A framework for the participatory construction of action plans for green and digital transition to boost territorial resilience

One of the results of the GRAPE project was the construction of a digital tool to accompany, through a step-by-step process, local partnerships in the design of a participatory local action plan for green and digital transition. The instrument provides a general and flexible framework that users can adapt accommodating local specificities. It is composed…

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14 October 2023

Learning considerations. Scenarios and practices of training in the social economy

Our idea of learning becomes naturalised over time. Instinctively, we are inclined to think that we have always learned ‘this way’, it has always been ‘this way’, taking for granted and as natural certain practices and modalities of learning and teaching: those we have experienced first-hand. It is a typical cognitive bias, which makes us…

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