Until now, there was no European database gathering both organisations supporting social economy stakeholders in their digital transition and those offering alternative digital tools and services. This is now done with the Social Tech Atlas…
New technologies are changing the way people give. Although cheques and charitable collections are far from having bowed out of giving, the France Générosités union has identified new ways of giving that are full of promise.
October was a busy month for the Social Good Accelerator team! Between presentations of new projects and participations in European events, our team and our members have been able to go to the four corners of Europe to participate in these important meetings.
The Social Good Accelerator had the great pleasure to participate in the first international conference of the OECD Global Action programme from 13 to 16 September 2021. This programme launched in 2020 is dedicated to the promotion of social economy ecosystems around the world.
The most common legal forms of non-profit organisations are mainly associations and foundations. These two legal forms are the most defined in various European legal codes. However, they are far from being the only forms existing in most EU member states.
On 25 August, the newly elected Board of Directors was unanimously elected at the Ordinary General Assembly on 30 June. This first meeting came at a real turning point for the association. It was an opportunity to discuss these key issues for the SOGA and its busy agenda.
Our society has been undergoing profound transformations for several decades, which cannot be understood without taking into account the development of digital technology. The upheavals that it induces undeniably affect the Social Economy sector, which has no choice but to adapt.
Digital inequalities, more often referred to as the “digital divide”, are an obstacle for those who already have difficulties in using them or who do not have access to them. To fill these gaps, public authorities are taking action at both national and European level…
The G7 Summit is currently taking place in the seaside resort of Carvis Bay, Cornwall, UK. The choice of this region was undoubtedly made to showcase its rugged rocky coastline and the bucolic charm it inspires. But it is simplistic to reduce the peninsula to this caricature.