Discover how Social Good Week is evolving to become ‘Digital in Common[s] ESS x Europe’ in 2023. Learn more about this innovative initiative aimed at unifying the digital social economy in Europe. Upcoming events, partners, and more.
Dive into our 2022 activity report to discover our achievements in accelerating the digital transition of social economy organisations and building a social and inclusive digital model on a European scale.
Explore the digital proposals in the European Commission’s Recommendation on framework conditions for the social economy.
In this article, we propose to explore the possibilities and uses in the social economy of software developed with learning technologies, which tend to come closer to artificial intelligence.
Social Good Accelerator commitments as part of the Transition Pathways: Building digital skills through and in the social economy
The Transition Pathways Roadmap is the result of an intense co-construction process that took place between December 2021 and March 2022. SOGA was mobilised as a European expert on the digital issues of the social economy to the European Commission.
As trainers in the social economy, we offer you a free training course as part of the Social Tech Academy project! This one-day online course aims to give you a framework, advice and tools to help you develop your digital skills.
ChatGPT is not only a technological revolution, it is also a case study in corporate social responsibility. Developed as a counter-model to GAFAM with a non-profit organisation, OpenAI, the company that produces Chat GPT, eventually branched out into a capitalist model.
We are delighted to welcome Emmaüs Connect as a member! Joining the Social Good Accelerator means joining a community of actors committed to the digital transformation of the social economy and the full recognition of European Social Tech.
From 2 to 8 November 2022, the actors of the social and solidarity digital sector have organised events, in the territories or online, which will be relayed on a unique platform. The ambition was to federate and highlight the alternative digital models carried largely by the social and solidarity economy.