It is common for people without work to experience not one, but multiple barriers to employment. Success Themes in Supportive Employment identifies practices that contribute to the success which certain social enterprises are having employing such individuals. The success is reciprocal. The individuals transform their lives, infact many barriers are eliminated by the job opportunity itself.
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After having explained the smaller gender gap in social entrepreneurship compared to commercial entrepreneurship, this paper provides information on female management style and on the innovation capacity of social enteprises led by women. This Report is based on SELUSI data and presents three specific case studies from Hungary, Russia and Chile.
- Identifies/synthesises social enterprise activity on health and well-being.
- Presents a potential conceptual model to aid understanding of pathways to impact.
- Positive evidence presented upon a range of psycho-social outcomes and determinants.
- No empirical research found examining SE as a mode of healthcare delivery.
Upcoming municipal elections provide an opportunity to get priorities of the Canadian CED Network – Manitoba (CCEDNet-MB) on the public policy agenda.
Brandon University has been awarded a 7-year, $2.5 M SSHRC Partnership grant to support rural policy and its implementation.
Multiple global crises and heightened concerns about the social and environmental consequences of economic growth and liberalization have reignited interest in alternative production and consumption patterns, and ways of organizing enterprise activities. In recent years, considerable attention has focused on Social and Solidarity Economy (SSE).