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Co-producing social policies with solidarity economy actors to fight poverty, inequality and social exclusion

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Welcome to the Workshop on Social Projects for Transformation in the Neighbourhood

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  1. Session 1: Our Neighborhood and project in the world. An approach to the ecosocial and political context.
    Introduction and Contents
  2. Our World 01
  3. Economic and social model 02
  4. Planetary Limits 03
  5. Human needs 04
  6. Our neighborhood, Our project 05
  7. Our project and its content 06
  8. Interested parties and the keys agents 07
  9. To deeper 08
  10. Reflections (questions in session forum) 09
  11. Practices 10
  12. Pestel Analysis 11
  13. Interested parties 12
  14. Webinar (session March 2) 13
  15. Session 2: New horizons: an Economy for life
    Introduction and Contents
  16. Another economy, social and solidarity, is possible 01
  17. Approach to Transformative Economies 02
  18. Practical alternatives for responsible consumption 03
  19. Our money, Our rules 04
  20. Economy and Values 05
  21. Money abd complementary currencies 06
  22. Uses of complementary currencies 07
  23. Experiences of complementary currencies 08
  24. Demostrative Action in Cerro Amate 09
  25. To deeper 10
  26. Reflections 11
  27. Practices 12
  28. Webinar 13
  29. Session 3: Organizational Empowerment
    Introduction and Contents
  30. Intelligent Organizations 01
  31. Functional Entities 02
  32. Democratic governance system 03
  33. Successful companies 04
  34. Transformers business model 05
  35. Examples and inspiration 06
  36. Building our own social impact project 07
  37. To deeper 08
  38. Refelctions 09
  39. Practices 10
  40. Session 4: Political advocacy and co-production
    Introduction and Contents
  41. Co- production of public policies in the neighborhood 01
  42. Towards co-production of public policies 02
  43. Impact of our organizations and projects 03
  44. Opportunities and challenges 04
  45. Co-production case studies 05
  46. Communication for political advocacy 06
  47. Communication Keys for political advocacy: strategy analysis 07
  48. Advocacy communication in our project: the communication plan 08
  49. To deeper 09
  50. Reflections 10
  51. Practices 11
  52. Session on completing the application for the project financing
    Guide for completing the grant application

Goals:

  • Present the main alternative currents on the side of the economy to have antagonistic referents to the current model.
  • Introduce the principles and postulates of responsible consumption as well as landing on practical proposals for conscious and transformative consumption.
  • Show other business models that inspire our projects.
  • Understand the possibilities of exchange through social and local currencies and how they can favor and promote the development of our projects in the neighborhood

Practices:

  • In this session we suggest you start completing your project file with the work you are already doing.
  • We also ask you to reflect on two aspects:
    • Who are the relevant SSE actors in your neighbourhood? What role can they play in your project?
    • How can we incorporate the local currency in the flow of exchanges and services that we offer from our project?