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Third Women & SSE webinar
Webinar3 RIPESS EN

The third Women&SSE webinar will take place on February 13th 2018 at 14H UTC / GMT (= 8h Mexico / 9h Lima & Quebec & ET & Quito / 10h La Paz & Santiago / 14h Bamako & Dakar / 15h Yaounde & Europe / 19h30 Delhi / 21h Bangkok)

With these action-webinars, RIPESS is inviting you to participate to an annual virtual meetings’ cycle (2017/2018), in which we want to leave enough time to listen to experts’ testimonials on different topics of interest identified by our group, and create a real international space for exchanges. Please note that our meetings take place in the three RIPESS’ languages (French, English, Spanish).

Related to this third session, about Gender Perspective and Feminist Economics :
We know that many women are wondering about gender equality, and therefore are taking a closer look at feminist economics to confirm whether it is more in line with their aspirations, values and entrepreneurial practices.

>> With activists and experts in the field, we’ll lift the veil on this current reflection to move forward together :  Julie Mattaei from the US SE Network, and a special guest from the Spanish network (person to be confirmed), session animated and analysed by Ada Bazan (Quartiers du Monde, Morocco), and Ethel Coté (Women entrepreneurs network – Women of the world, Canada).

Please subscribe to info@ripess.org or the Facebook page, and we will explain you shortly how to join the webinar.

And spread widely to your contacts: relay the Facebook post of the webinar, or relay this email and the invitation attached.

Thank you and see you soon!

Ethel, Pierrette & Alexandre & Laure

Web page Women&SSE RIPESS: http://www.ripess.org/working-areas/women-sse/?lang=en

Facebooks @femmeseconomiesocialeetsolidaire & @ripessintercontinental

Webinar: Public policies – the stakes of the Solidarity Economy

<< THE WEBINAR IS TAKING PLACE ON THE 24th of NOVEMBER >>

RIPESS Europe and its members are actively investing in the co-construction of public policies at a national and European level, pursuing an objective of general interest and the development of the Social Solidarity Economy (SSE). Given the diversity of public policy frameworks in the territories and the different levels of consideration of the SSE in relation to the national framework, we propose a working session, at a distance, on the theme “Policies public: the stakes of the social and solidarity economy”. The objective is to facilitate our joint work, to share analyses, concepts and a common vocabulary. The webinar is organized around theoretical contributions and practical experiences, exchanges and testimonies between participants, in order to improve the participants’ knowledge and to forge common references on public policy issues.

The first webinar will take place on NOVEMBER 24, 2017 – in 3 language sessions:

11:00 – 12:30 – ES: Políticas públicas: los riesgos de la economía social y solidaria (Carlos Askunze, REAS)

15:00 – 16:30 – FR: Politiques publiques : les enjeux de l’économie sociale et solidaire (Patrica Coler, UFISC)

17:00 – 18:30 – EN Policies public: the stakes of the social and solidarity economy (Laura Aufrere)

Register here (English)

or write to: info@ripess.eu (pls write which session)

SSEE IVET: vocational training and SSE – 1st report
September 15, 2017
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RIPESS Europe is involved in a project called SSEE (September 2016 – August 2018, co-financed by the Erasmus+ programme) collecting information and data on SSE programs of initial and vocational training (IVET) in order to have a panorama of the existing situation in Europe.  The countries directly involved in the project are: Bulgaria, Czech Republic, Greece, Germany, Italy, Portugal and Romania.

The common model explores different aspects, in terms of context(historical, legal, social, political), which allow to assert, through a comparative methodology, the need to develop a common set of training modules on SSE for young people in NEET  . This research report is now available here.

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