Social Economy’s Vision for a Green and Fair Transition- Report of the event

Social Economy's vision

On the 10th November 2020, the European Parliament’s Social Economy Intergroup in cooperation with Social Economy Europe held an important online event on Social Economy’s vision for a Green and Fair Transition. The event was a roaring success with over 300 participants in attendance throughout the event. The event represented a strong dialogue between the social economy communuty and MEPs, on the ability of social economy enterprises and organisations to be a green and fair transition in Europe and beyond.

Today we bring you the detailed report of the event, which can be found here, as well as a summary of the questions and remarks from the audience

You can also find a brief background document here.

PowerPoint presentations of Ms Sorcha Edwards of Housing Europe can be found here and Mr Dirk Vansintjan of Rescoop.eu can be found here.

The entire event, along with individual segments of the speakers can be found on SEE’s YouTube channel.

Next Event

NEXTGENEU 27th NOV Mannheim EUSES event

Our next event in cooperation with the Social Economy Intergroup is the European Social Economy Summit (EUSES) Digital Road to Mannheim event, entitled: “Recovery Strategy for Europe – Which role plays the social economy in building a resilient and sustainable economy?”

Our contribution will be a Mainstage Panel event on Tuesday 27th 

Next Generation EU: Mobilising social economy’s potential to build back better

November at 10.15 – 11.30am

Register here.

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