Fri, 05/03/2019 - 09:40 Coimbra debates Social Innovation and the Role of the State
Within the Atlantic Social Lab project, the Centre for Social Studies is organizing an International Workshop entitled "Social Innovation and the Role of the State". The event aims to discuss social innovation, allowing the reflection on the roles of various actors, namely the State, in generating innovative responses to social needs.
Tue, 04/30/2019 - 09:40 Storytelling Workshop for Social Enterprises in Cork
The Atlantic Social Lab project in Cork held a “Storytelling Workshop for Social Enterprises” in Nano Nagel Place, Cork on the 18th of April 2019.
Thu, 04/25/2019 - 09:40 The Communauté d'Agglomération Pau Béarn Pyrénées presents "Anti Solitude Plan: 12 key actions and 4 levers of success to start"
Actions to fight against all forms of loneliness were announced Friday, March 15 by François Bayrou, Mayor of Pau. These actions provide the framework for a global and coherent intervention in favor of living together. Inhabitants, associations and all the actors of the City concerned by the urban scourge of loneliness, in all its forms, have been invited to share this founding moment of the fight against social isolation.
Fri, 04/12/2019 - 10:48 Enterprise North West records a video to show the "Green Inclusive & Circular Economy Technology Project".
The project was an exciting new student-led programme that helped students from St Brigids and Oakgrove College go Green through the use of technology. The programme aimed to develop and promote creative thinking around local green issues for young people which were then transferred into a game. The project has been running since October 2018 by Enterprise North West in partnership with St Brigids College, Oakgrove College, Greater Shantallow Partnership, Kippie CIC and Zero North Waste and was delivered across both school campuses.
Fri, 04/12/2019 - 10:20 Enterprise North West presents "Green Tech project showcased by local Schools"
A special launch event was recently held at the North West Business Complex to showcase the Green Inclusive & Circular Economy Technology Project.
Tue, 04/09/2019 - 10:03 First video from CRESS Bretagne titled "Reemploi social et solidaire: Vers une ambition partagée en Finistère?
In the framework of the ASL project, CRESS Bretagne partner has recorded a video during the meeting held on 5th July in Finistère entitled "Reemploi social et solidaire: Vers une ambition partagée en Finistère?
The event was attended by 51 participants representing reuse stakeholders and public entities to share their experiences in reuse and recycling.
You can see this video in Youtube Channel by clicking here.
Wed, 04/03/2019 - 11:14 Around 600 homeless sleep a year in the municipal homeless Shelter of Avilés (Asturias), which opens Day Center
About 600 homeless people sleep at average in a year in the municipal center of La Estación street, which has just opened new facilities. It is a new day center that has lockers, adapted bathrooms, storage, laundry and spaces for activities. It will also be the access door to the center, a way to visualize the problem of the homeless group.
Tue, 04/02/2019 - 11:57 A seminar organised by CRESS Bretagne to imagine a new circular and social economy for the future in Bretagne
This seminar gathered around 140 people coming from all over Bretagne: NGOs, social enterprises, local authorities or traditional enterprises.
Tue, 04/02/2019 - 10:00 A map of reuse services in Bretagne elaborated by CRESS Bretagne partner
CRESS Bretagne partner has elaborated a map of reuse services in Bretagne. This map was realized in collaboration with the Observatory of Environment in Bretagne with the data collected for the Atlantic Social Lab project. It is meant to be a tool for associations, social enterprises and local authorities who want to develop reuse activities.
Wed, 03/27/2019 - 10:33 The ASL project in Cork held its second “Ask & Advise Evening” for Social Enterprises in the Glandore Workspace on Lapps Quay in Cork on the 19th of March 2019.
Facilitated by Chris Gordon from the Irish Social Enterprise Network, the event brought together Social Enterprises from across the city. Participants shared their experiences in creating, building and developing their social enterprises and together with the facilitator they gave each other advice on how to overcome challenges.