The economy is not a single thing - it is plural, and integrates the private economy, the public economy, and the social economy. The social economy refers to the economy on a human scale, which aims to be inclusive, putting people at the heart of development.
Present around the world, its multiple practices, focused on economic, social, environmental, political, community, and holistic dimensions, offer concrete responses to today's societal challenges.
Join us to discover the advancements of this economy from the local to the international!
Yvon Poirier | RIPESS, Intercontinental network for the promotion of social solidarity economy
Ethel Coté | équipe genre, RIPESS/MécènESS
Michael Toye | The Canadian Community Economic Development Network (CCEDNET)
Julien Geremie | Conseil de la coopération de l'Ontario (CCO)