Dagur Eggertsson, Mayor of Reykjavik, discusses the main inequality challenges facing the city as well as housing, inclusive growth and their Covid-19 response.
In Braga, 40% of residents are under 30 years old, and the city has attracted and retained residents at a time when Portugal’s population overall was declining. For this “Mayor of the Moment” interview, Braga Mayor Ricardo Rio shares his strategies to support youth in the city.
Jeunes entrepreneurs : clés pour l’avenir de la France. Alors que la France vise la compétitivité économique, les jeunes entrepreneurs émergent comme moteurs de changement et d’innovation. Malgré des défis sociaux et de compétences, l’entrepreneuriat social offre des perspectives encourageantes.
Can young entrepreneurs drive France forward? In the pursuit of economic competitiveness, young business owners are becoming drivers of change and fresh ideas. Despite social and skill challenges, the growth of social entrepreneurship shows promising potential.
Youth entrepreneurship is on the rise. Innovative partnerships between Higher Education Institutions and businesses are helping to shape a new generation of entrepreneurs, but too often these projects fall short by missing out on equity.
At the OECD Social Economy Summit Yasmin Morais makes the case for a future full of innovation, inspiration and inclusion. A poem for the ages…
Cultural workers are more likely to be self-employed than those in other sectors. In 2020, on average 29% of cultural workers were self-employed in OECD countries compared to 14% across sectors.
What do young social entrepreneurs need to do to ensure their ideas and experiences are woven into future social entrepreneurship policies? This article has the answers…