Navarra: IV Fair and IX International Solidarity Economy Days

April 8, 2016 to April 10, 2016

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Promoted by the network of alternative economy and solidarity, REAS-Navarra and the Social market of Navarra.

The fair of solidarity economy is held in Pamplona with the aim of making the solidarity economy visible , a socio-economic reality that offers through their practical real responses to the current crisis in various sectors such as production, services, marketing, consumption or the financial sector.

The 9th International Conference of solidarity economy this year deals with “capitalism or life, a look from feminist economics”, and through five round tables seeks to reflect on different aspects of the economy from an inclusive, supportive view in which the gender perspectiveis inserted.

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Communities of Practice – leveraging impact by learning together

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The circular economy has become one of the core components of the necessary transition to a more sustainable society. Join the Junior Enterprise Europe (JEE), EU Chapter of the Club of Rome (CoR-EU), European Environmental Bureau (EEB) and the Fair Trade Advocacy Office (FTAO) in this online event on the opportunities of the circular economy, its possible blindspots, and explore how best to promote the proliferation of business models in the EU that are both circular and fair.

Preliminary agenda:

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