What do beekeeping, fashion and inclusion have in common? Meet Espero, a French-designed social enterprise programme. What are they doing to help refugees get into the labour market?
OECD experts Kristine Langenbucher and Thomas Liebig, as well as Anne Kjaer-Bathel, CEO of the ReDI School of Digital Integration, discuss the social economy and refugees on the latest OECD podcast.
Iñigo Albizuri Landazabal trata de la internacionalización de las cooperativas y de cómo la economía social puede tener un impacto tanto a nivel local como internacional.
Iñigo Albizuri Landazabal discusses the internationalisation of co-operatives and how the social economy can have an impact both locally and internationally.
Following economic crises in 1997 and 2008, Korea’s government is now shifting to a new, more inclusive model that embraces the role of the social economy policies.
What are so-called “Pink-collar” jobs? They include areas such as nursing, childcare, education, social work or personal and household services. Following the pandemic, this critical work needs to be rewarded with action – not just words – to broaden the appeal of pink-collar jobs for women and men. The current political momentum around the social economy can help – find out how.
2023 marked the first-ever International Day of Zero Waste. It provided an opportunity to reflect on our consumption patterns but also on how to support those who are working to reuse, repair, and recycle to prevent waste. In this, social economy enterprises have been leading the way.
The social economy can help boost prospects for women… and men. One of the big problems in tackling gender equality is breaking down gender stereotypes that drive women into what have often been called “pink collar jobs”.