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Social Solidarity Economy Recommendations for the Post-2015 Development Agenda Presented to the UN

On July 3rd, during the 2nd Meeting of the High Level Political Forum of the UN, the Social Solidarity Economy Recommendations were officially delivered to the United Nations State Members, Delegates and Agencies by Daniel Tygel, Operations Manager with the Intercontinental Network for the Promotion of the Social Sol

Local Labour Markets as a New Way of Organizing Policies for Stronger Regional Economic Development in Atlantic Canada

Leslie Harris Centre of Regional Policy and Development
David Freshwater, Alvin Simms & Jamie Ward
Research from Memorial University’s Harris Centre examines how regions are organized in Atlantic Canada and suggests a new approach to regional planning and development that may enhance economic success for communities and regions across Atlantic Canada. The work provides five broad categories of “functional economic regions,” with varying levels of economic capacity.
Research report
Community Capacity Building
Conceptual Frameworks & Approaches
Job Training
Entrepreneurship & Business Development
Policy Development & Advocacy
Regional & Development
Sector-Based Strategies

Endorse Social Solidarity Economy Recommendations to the UN by June 29

For more than a decade, CCEDNet has been an active supporter in the development of the Intercontinental Network for the Promotion of the Social Solidarity Economy (RIPESS).

In recent years, there has been significant progress for the recognition of the social solidarity economy as a promising alternative.


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