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The “Social enterprises and the social economy going forward” report, adopted in October 2016, is a capstone of the European Commission’s Expert Group on Social Entrepreneurship (GECES).
Social innovation matters, and transnational cooperation can help generate and stimulate social innovation. With the #socialinterreg campaign, we want to showcase the added value of social innovation projects in Interreg, especially in the light of the programming process for the next funding period 2021-2027
Grant Trahant is the founder of Causeartist, a global community and social enterprise platform, which covers brands, startups, and social entrepreneurs impacting the world through social enterprise. Since eight years he is presenting the “Social Entrepreneurs to watch for” list.
The guide is primarily aimed at people and/or organisations interested in starting a social enterprise and who don’t have experience of doing this before. It is a step-by-step guide to thinking about, researching, planning for, starting and then growing a social enterprise.
Social media marketing is one of the most cost-effective ways for social enterprise to make an impact on the digital community.
The Academy Of Entrepreneurship (AKEP) is a non-governmental, nonprofit organization, with an innovative and authentic character, trying to meet the new challenges of the modern labour market as its first priority.
Access4you is a social enterprise that works for disability inclusion by collecting accessibility information and promoting accessibility development in all types of businesses. Access4you assesses the sites, makes suggestions for improvement as needed, and rates accessibility levels as base, bronze, silver, and gold levels. Users receive validated accessibility information through access4you.io.
Acker e. V. is a social enterprise that operates at the interface between education, agriculture, environment and nutrition. Acker is convinced: Only a society that values nature and food is sustainable. With its practice-led educational offerings, the social enterprise therefore creates formative experiences in nature for children and adults throughout Germany, Austria and Switzerland.
ACOSVO, the Association of Chief Officers of Scottish Voluntary Organisations, promotes excellent third sector leadership in Scotland among its 450 charity and social enterprise CEO members.
ACT Group is an NGO dedicated to strengthening impact practices and businesses in Croatia, and the region.
As a social enterprise founded by the association, they are into social change rather than profit maximization, they are a non-profit social enterprise, offering services as a graphic & web design studio
Adelante Dolmen is a network of 32 social enterprises that have joined together to conduct innovative projects.
AfB social & green IT is a specialist for data deletion and IT refurbishment and at the same time Europe’s largest inclusion company in the IT industry.
Founded in 2006 with the aim of gathering farmers on the island of Krk and for its co-op memebers to help each other. It has twenty-two members, and its main activities of the cooperative include sheep breeding, cow and cattle breeding, winemaking and olive growing. Helps its members improve and increase production, to better brand and market their products.
AIESEC is the world’s largest independent youth-led organization, operating in 122 countries at local, national and global levels. For 45 years, we have been developing leadership qualities in young people through practical experience in projects supporting the implementation of international exchanges.
The academy provides tailor-made consultations in the field of business planning, strategy, marketing and communication. It can also help you find out, respectively. specify how to achieve the greatest possible social impact.
Argonauta contributes to the protection of nature and the environment, revitalization and valorization of cultural and historical heritage and encourages the development of active citizenship by informing, inspiring and educating citizens, creating, adopting and promoting innovative solutions in the community and providing opportunities for volunteering, mobility and social entrepreneurship.
SMART is a non-profit organisation that provides professional training and resource development for the non-profit sector in Croatia, increasing the visibility and impact of civic organisations and their constituencies in civil society development.
Operating since 1958, brings together people with intellectual disabilities, their parents, carers and family members, professionals and citizens who want to volunteer for their benefit. The Association provides day care for 25 people, with socialization, communication, creative, rehabilitation, work-occupation, sports and entertainment activities.
Squirrel Club which provides a half-day service for 25 people with intelectual disabilities(ID), through socialization, communication, creative workshops; rehabilitation, work-occupation, sports and entertainment facilities. Squirrel Club is the first and oldest form of non-institutional care in Croatia,which organises activites for people with ID older than 21,who would otherwise only be at home.
Asociación Bienestar y Desarrollo (ABD) has developed and implemented more than 65 services and programmes to support vulnerable people and fight social exclusion. Their actions focus on strengthening community care and the independence of people most in need.
The subject of the project is to create the Base of urban initiatives, which would be an interactive place for exchanging ideas and social solutions. The base is a response to the need for active cooperation between businesses, local government, NGOs, and residents. The project promotes creative thinking and exchange of good practices.
The main statutory goal of the organization is activities for the development of rural areas, i.e. undertaking initiatives and activities aimed at stimulating the activity of local communities and the construction society. The aim is to create an innovative model of activities developing civic activity based on intergenerational volunteering in the Local Action Group.
OKO provides support to families of visually impaired children (everyday life, sports, school), but also advocates for a better integration of such individuals and reaches out to the business sector with entreprenurial ideas (apps, games).
The aim of the project is to support the Local Volunteer Center in the Chęciny commune by providing volunteer data and a database of volunteers declaring volunteers, extended knowledge and competences of volunteers, providing LCW, support and technical support, recommended actions, a point promoting local volunteering.