Social Entrepreneurship in Sparsely Populated Areas

Published by Petra Jurlina on

SOCENT SPAs fosters interregional cooperation among six public/private entities of Finland, Germany, Slovakia and Spain in a view to improve the effectiveness of regional policies in actively supporting the visibility, incubation and acceleration of social entrepreneurs in sparsely populated areas (SPAs) as a driver to regional competitiveness and inclusive growth.

Interregional exchange of knowledge

Thus, to influence policies in a view to enhance SEs’ visibility and competitiveness whilst taking into account SPAs’ conditions, interregional exchange of knowledge and successful experiences/good practices will be fundamental.

With an integrated approach, a comprehensive learning process based on identification, analysis and transfer will be implemented through workshops, site visits and meetings with stakeholders. Based on the learning acquired, action plans aiming at integrating SEs in SPAs support schemes into policies will be developed. Communication will play a crucial role in supporting the action.

Connnected resources:

More resources from these countries: Europe Finland Germany Slovakia Spain .
More resources from this SDGs SDG 08 - Decent work and economic growth SDG 09 - Industry, Innovation and Infrastructure SDG 11 - Sustainable Cities and Communities .
More resources from this type: Meeting (searching new contacts) Mentoring (Seeking or providing advice) Networking (Searching collaborations) .
More resources with this activity: Education: Academy Networking: Interreg Project Networking: Public project .



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