In this final session of the Just Transition Research Collaborative webinar series, the focus is on power and politics and unpack what has happened to Just Transitions in the five years since the Paris Agreement was adopted. The session explores whether and how narratives of Just Transition have changed in that time, in terms of their ambitions, inclusiveness and the issues they address.
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Watch a public roundtable with Sean Jacobs, Associate Professor of International Affairs, on inequities and distortions in the study of global economics with three young economists who study global economics and political economy.
Welcome to the Wellbeing Economy Policy Design Guide. This guide has been co-created by the Wellbeing Economy Alliance (WEAll) to support visionary policy makers, like you, to build more just and sustainable economies for people and planet.
SSE organizations are more open to exchange between the production system and the local community due to their participatory governance structures and their attention toward social integration - in short, to their ability to recognize the socially embedded nature of economic action.
With growing awareness about the role of social and solidarity economy in facilitating inclusive and sustainable development, comes an increasing number of governments, both at national and subnational levels, adopting policies and programmes that aim to support SSE organizations and enterprises.