Social economy and the COVID-19 crisis: current and future roles

OECD Policy Responses to Coronavirus (COVID-19): Social economy and the COVID-19 crisis: current and future roles

The “social economy” has played an important role in addressing and mitigating the short- and long-term impacts of the COVID-19 crisis on economy and society. In the short term, social economy actors have assisted the recovery from the crisis by providing innovative solutions that are aimed at strengthening public services to complement government action. In the long term, social economy organisations can help reshape the post-crisis economy by promoting inclusive and sustainable economic models. Relying on decades of experience, its specific features and underlying principles, the social economy can inspire models of social innovation and a sense of purpose to firms operating in the market economy.

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A review of training on SSE

A review of training on SSE

A review of training on SSE in the project’s five countries: Croatia, Czech Republic, France, Greece and Italy. This review highlights the connection between the fields of SSE and Adult Education for Social Transformation.

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A report of the Education and Training 2020 Working Group on Adult Learning 2014 – 2015

A report of the Education and Training 2020 Working Group on Adult Learning 2014 – 2015

The Digital project aims to integrate digital tools in adult education to facilitate the work of educators and allow them to enhance their student’s learning experiences as well as their motivation and engagement. Digital will provide different tools to help adult educators have access to information both inside and outside the adult learning classrooms. Did you know that the European Commission has released a manual (attached below) regarding essential steps to improve adult learning in Europe by the application of digital tools in education processes? Click the link below for more details.

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Stay Stem, Say Women

Stay Stem, Say Women

🔜European Vocational Training Association – EVTA and ENAIP NET are organising as part of the JOB&Orienta 2020, an event called “Stay Stem, Say Women – Act for Equal Opportunities Between Women and Men in Economic Development”. “Everyone has the right to quality and inclusive education, training and life-long learning in order to maintain and acquire skills that enable them to participate fully in society and manage successfully transitions in the labour market.”

From the European Pillar of Social Rights.

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