Webinar with Galileo Progetti and Tavosz on “Social Economy and Social enterprises as a tool to work and social inclusion – Social enterprise and EU in times of crisis”

29-03-2021

On July, 8th, ENSIE, Galileo Progetti and Tavosz organized a webinar on “Social Economy and Social enterprises as a tool to work and social inclusion – Social enterprise and EU in times of crisis”. The goal of this webinar was to discuss about the WISEs model in Hungary and in the EU, how they reacted during the Coronavirus crisis, how they can be a tool for the economic recovery and how EU and national policies can support them.

Programme and Presentations

  1. Presentation of GALILEO PROGETTI and the SEE Project, co-financed by Human Rights Fund 2019 of Embassy of the Kingdom of the Netherlands (Claudia Piovano, Galileo Progetti)
  2. Presentation of ENSIE (Pauline Bonino, ENSIE)
    the INNO-WISEs project, supported by INTERREG Central-Europe (Pauline Bonino, ENSIE)
  3. Presentation of TAVOSZ (Istvan Lechner, Tavosz)
    Tóti Turisztikai Szociális Szövetkezet (Tanai TUnde)
  4. The WISEs model to support the social inclusion and employment of vulnerable people, especially women in - or at risk of - social exclusion and disadvantage. Sharing of experience, innovation and good practices of European and Hungarian Social Entrepreneurs (Patrizia Bussi, ENSIE)
  5. The situation of Work Integration Social Enterprises (WISEs) in the Coronavirus crisis (Patrizia Bussi, ENSIE)
  6. European Commission: planned or negotiated measures for WISEs related to COVID-19 (Patrizia Bussi, ENSIE)
  7. How do Hungarian social enterprises react to the Coronavirus crisis? (Istvan Lechner, Tavosz)
  8. Social enterprises as a tool to stabilise economy and society after the Coronavirus crisis in the EU (moderated discussion)

This event was held in the framework of the project SEE: Social Economy and Social Entrepreneurship for inclusion of disadvantaged women in labour market, Co-financed by the Human Rights Fund 2019 of Embassy of the Kingdom of the Netherlands. It is organized with the financial support from the European Union Programme for Employment and Social Innovation "EaSI" (2014-2020). For further information please consult: http://ec.europa.eu/social/easi


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EU Greenweek webinar on : “Social Agriculture, WISEs and the preservation of Biodiversity” 21/10/2020
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