Spreading Social Economy: with SOGA, AESIO sets an example for developing the digital social economy
This interview with Samira Sameur, AESIO Mutuelle aims to bring the social economy to life. It discusses AESIO’s projects, reflections on the challenges of the social economy and the digital transition of the social economy.
‘It was a successful experience’, Social Economy Europe’s view on the European Social Economy Summit.
The European Social Economy Summit on 5-6 May 2022 in Strasbourg focused on the place of the social economy in the European Union and its future through conferences, workshops and meetings.
During these two days, numerous workshops and conferences were organised, bringing together nearly 2000 participants from 14 European countries. It was an opportunity to present these ideas and to meet the actors to cooperate on future projects.
On 15 March 2022, Guilhem Pradalié, Managing Director of the MedNum, member of the Social Good Accelerator, gave us an interview in which he explained what the MedNum is, what its projects and challenges are, and its role within the SOGA.
In February 2021, the Social Good Accelerator and its 70 members maintained its vision in its open letter. A better world can only be made with the full support of social economy, which also has to be digitalised.
At the end of 2020, European Commissioners Breton and Schmit made public the core of the EU’s skills strategy, the Pact for Skills. They called on all European organisations involved in the upskilling of individuals to meet the EU’s skills needs.
On 25 January, the Social Good Accelerator, in partnership with Social Economy Europe, co-organised the first event of the European version of Social Good Week. Four years after its last edition launched by HelloAsso, the Social Good Accelerator took up the torch at the beginning of the year for a first teaser.
“An impressive public policy launched by the EU, which offers a positive project for the EU”. With these words, the team of our partner Social Economy Europe welcomed the package of regulations, which will significantly improve a sector in which 6.3% of the EU population is employed.
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…