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DIE #EUSES PROGRAMM STRUKTUR

Der #EUSES wird ein Forum für zahlreichen Austausche über die Rolle der Sozialwirtschaft in Europa als Vektor für wirtschaftliche Entwicklung und soziale Eingliederung bieten. Der Summit wird Gelegenheit bieten, darüber zu diskutieren, wie die Sozialwirtschaft dazu beitragen kann, die Wirtschaft nach COVID umzugestalten, indem sie integrative nachhaltige Wirtschaftsmodelle für den nachhaltigen und digitalen Übergang innerhalb Europas fördert.

Sozialwirtschaft und Sozialunternehmen schaffen Arbeitsplätze, bieten zugängliche Dienstleistungen an, fördern Die Weiterbildung, bewältigen Umweltherausforderungen und stärken die Gemeinschaften. Sie tragen Potenzial für soziale Innovation und sozialen Zusammenhalt. Sie tragen positiv zur Wirtschaft und Gesellschaft insgesamt bei. Sozialwirtschaft und Sozialunternehmen sind ein Beispiel für „Eine Wirtschaft, die für die Menschen funktioniert.“

Der #EUSES wird öffentliche und private Akteure, politische Entscheidungsträger, Vertreterder Zivilgesellschaft und Hochschulen zusammenbringen. Die Teilnehmer werden gemeinsam diskutieren, sich vernetzen, informieren, Best Practices und Erfolgsgeschichten austauschen und Peer-Learning fördern. Mit mehr als 80 Stakeholder-Sitzungen und rund 300 teilnehmenden Organisationen aus ganz Europa wird der #EUSES ein einzigartiges Erlebnis sein.

Die Hauptstruktur des Programms basiert auf Programm Tracks und Zoom in – Themen.

PROGRAMM TRACKS

Zusammenarbeit

Soziale Innovation

Finanzen

Wirkungsmessung

Daten & Forschung

Kreative Methoden

ZOOM IN THEMEN

Kombinieren Sie ein bestimmtes Zoom-in-Thema mit einem Programm Track, um Ihr individuelles Programm zu vervollständigen.

  • Digitalisierung in der Sozialwirtschaft

  • Klimawandel, Nachhaltigkeit & Kreislaufwirtschaft

  • Gleichstellung

  • Gesundheit & Wohlbefinden

  • Beschäftigung, Weiterbildung & soziale Eingliederung

  • Bildung & Ausbildung

DANKE FÜR DIE TEILNAHME AM #EUSES

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DETAILLIERTES #EUSES PROGRAMM

26. MAI 2021 | TAG 1

9.00 Uhr MEZ

Masters of Ceremonies

9.10 Uhr MEZ

Peter Kurz, Mayor – City of Mannheim

Thierry Breton – Commissioner for Internal Market

9.40 Uhr MEZ

Hilde Schwab, Chairperson of the Schwab Foundation for Social Entrepreneurship

Christa Schweng, President – European Economic and Social Committee

10.00 Uhr MEZ

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C’MON! Expect more!
10:00 am - 11:00 am
Collaboration

Titel
C’MON! Expect more! - Empower women to become changemakers in times of disruption

Organised by
European Social Entrepreneurship and Innovative Studies Institute / Lithuania

Abstract
C’MON! Expect more! Empower women to become changemakers in times of disruption: sharing opportunities and good practice. The aim of our interactive panel discussion is to enhance social entrepreneurship among women in Europe by facilitating a cross country collaboration and sharing good practice of ChangeMakers’ON (C’MON).

How can digitalisation and social innovation foster collaboration between organisations working with homelessness?
10:00 am - 11:00 am
Collaboration

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How can digitalisation and social innovation foster collaboration between organisations working with homelessness?

Organised by
Solinum / France

Abstract
Solidarity actors from several european countries share around innovative projects that allow organisations to work better together towards improving living conditions and supporting the inclusion of homeless people in their communities. By sharing good practices around this topic the participants will discover how solidarity is organized in other countries and share their own experience.

Social Enterprises in Europe - strategies and innovation for employment and inclusion
10:00 am - 11:00 am
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Social Enterprises in Europe - strategies and innovation for employment and inclusion

Organised by
Social Firms Europe CEFEC / Belgium

Abstract
SOCIAL FIRMS EUROPE CEFEC is a network, working across all over EU to promote the model of SEs and increase opportunities of employment and inclusion for people with vulnerabilities. Also through participation in numerous projects, it focuses on innovation and delivery of social economy strategies, enhancing as well aspects as sustainability and the collaboration beyond the borders of Europe.

Sessions: Social Innovation
Sessions: Social Innovation
Fight food waste together - digital and holistic approach
10:00 am - 11:00 am
Social Innovation

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Fight food waste together - digital and holistic approach

Organised by
Too Good To Go / Germany & Belgium

Abstract
From wasting resources to unnecessary CO2 production: Reducing food waste directly tackles the climate crisis. We plan to give a session on Too Good To Go’s digital and innovative concepts to fight food waste, as well as exchanging thoughts in a Q&A. We aim to inspire and empower everyone to take action and fight food waste together. Our session focuses on the 5 pillars of our Food Waste Movement.

Innovative and collaborative experiences for managing social crisis
10:00 am - 11:00 am
Social Innovation

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Innovative and collaborative experiences for managing social crisis

Organised by
Instituto Aragonés de Fomento / Spain

Abstract
The health and social crisis unleashed in 2020 in Europe has produced different responses and actions between European regions. In our session, we will combine examples of digitization of the social economy, innovation and collaboration between countries, society, public entities and sectors, promoting the exchange of best practices and identifying the "learned lessons" in this social crisis.

Social Entrepreneurship in Western Balkans: Ways to open the fast track to sustainable development
10:00 am - 11:00 am
Social Innovation

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Social Entrepreneurship in Western Balkans: Ways to open the fast track to sustainable development

Organised by
Association Konekt / North Macedonia

Abstract
Social entrepreneurship has taken a significant uptake in the Western Balkans in the last years. While demonstrating potential to grow and contribute to sustainable development, social enterprises face challenges and lack adequate policies and support. The session will explore approaches to support the social enterprises in the region develop, become resilient and achieve tangible social changes.

Social innovation initiatives in Europe: drivers and barriers: A methodological feedback on European case studies
10:00 am - 11:00 am
Social Innovation

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Social innovation initiatives in Europe: drivers and barriers: A methodological feedback on European case studies

Organised by
Aix-Marseille University / France

Abstract
Within the framework of the Interreg MED project +Resilient, Aix Marseille University and the Region Sud co-organise an interactive workshop to showcase how various European regions are being socially innovative. Four other partners of this project will discuss their innovative pilot actions that respond to a social need by incorporating the use of, or production of, open data in their regions.

Sessions: Social Economy Finance
Sessions: Social Economy Finance
Social and financial innovation strategies
10:00 am - 11:00 am
Social Economy Finance

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Social and financial innovation strategies

Organised by
BNP Paribas / France

Abstract
The "S" of ESG talks about Social. for all companies. it reflects HR issues (ow employees are treated, listened to how diversity matters, ..) but it also reflects how the companies support the social and solidarity economy. For an Invesotr of for a financial institutions it says hos they finance and support the solidarity economy, the social entreprises the impact companies…; it could mean structuring social impact bonds and development impact bonds. it could mean preparing impact and solidarity saving funds, providing access to impact funds to the most as well as to institutional investors. and it also means financial inclusion. How can this be gathered into a strategy ready to use?

Sessions: Impact Measurement
Sessions: Impact Measurement
Social Impact Assessment as a collaboration among a full range of stakeholders serving the general interest
10:00 am - 11:00 am
Impact Measurement

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Social Impact Assessment as a collaboration among a full range of stakeholders serving the general interest

Organised by
ConcertES / Belgium

Abstract
This session proposes to illustrate a practical case of social impact (SI) assessment based on the lessons of the project “VISES”. Multi-stakeholder collaboration is a key factor that enables social enterprises to move from SI assessment to SI management. Moreover, those processes enables to take into account the characteristics of SE and their specific ways of fulfilling the SDG’s.

Sessions: Data & Research
Sessions: Data & Research
Digitalisation in Dialogue: making Europe fit for the digital age
10:00 am - 11:00 am
Data & Research

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Digitalisation in Dialogue: making Europe fit for the digital age

Organised by
ZEW – Leibniz-Zentrum für Europäische Wirtschaftsforschung / Germany

Abstract
The session „Digitalisation in Dialogue: making Europe fit for the digital age“ will inform about and discuss current research results of the project “digilog@bw” (i.e., digitalisation in dialogue) with all kinds of stakeholders of the European Social Economy by a panel discussion of members of the research association to shed light on the impact of digitalisation on individuals and society.

Sessions: Creative Methods
Sessions: Creative Methods
EU Open Data x No Code for EU Social organisations
10:00 am - 11:00 am
Creative Methods

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EU Open Data x No Code for EU Social organisations

Organised by
Social Good Accelerator EU / France

Abstract
Open Data sets are presented as a major axis of the new Eu data strategy, while No Code techs allows anyone to create application softwares through graphical user interfaces and configuration instead of traditional computer programming. How Social economy organisations can build on EU open data sets to increase their impact? How can they innovate through them thanks to No Code products &services?

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180 Minutes Sessions
180 Minutes Sessions
European Social Economy Regions annual session and Social Economy Canvas outlook
10:00 am - 1:00 pm
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European Social Economy Regions annual session and Social Economy Canvas outlook

Organised by
European Commission / Belgium

Abstract
A vibrant ESER community will traditionally meet up to exchange views on latest development of social economy at regional and local level and to discuss with the European Commission how to further support social economy stakeholders from different perspectives. The session will be combined with presentation of the Social Economy Canvas outlook.

Ready to change: Social Economy towards the New European Bauhaus
10:00 am - 1:00 pm
Social Innovation

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Ready to change: Social Economy towards the New European Bauhaus

Organised by
DIESIS Network / Belgium

Abstract
Ready to change: Social Economy towards the New European Bauhaus means that the social economy/enterprises can be key actors to engage our communities in this ambitious creative, sustainable, inclusive transition through several fields of actions. SE is able to work in collaborative platforms, empower communities, connect rural and shrinking areas with urban renovation, provide sustainable ways.

Who rules the money: the legal challenge of complementary currencies as a social innovation
10:00 am - 1:00 pm
Social Economy Finance

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Who rules the money: the legal challenge of complementary currencies as a social innovation

Organised by
Muntuit vzw / Belgium

Abstract
Complementary currencies are rising in Europe. As many social innovations they struggle with the legal framework (e.g. E-money directive, public procurement,...) provided by the EU, the variety of translations by its member states and policies of their own state (fiscal policy,..). Through the interactive Open Space Methodology we explore creative solutions and formulate a joint agenda.

11.00 Uhr MEZ

Angel Gurría, Secretary-General – OECD

11.10 Uhr MEZ

Vic Van Vuuren, Director – ILO Enterprises Department & Chair of UN Task Force Social And Solidarity Economy

11.30 Uhr MEZ

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D-Care Labs: Developing Labs to facilitate Home Care Innovation and Entrepreneurship in the Danube Region
11:30 am - 1:00 pm
Collaboration

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D-Care Labs: Developing Labs to facilitate Home Care Innovation and Entrepreneurship in the Danube Region

Organised by
Diakonie Baden / Germany

Abstract
Within the framework of the European initiative "D-Care Labs" specialised and sustainable social innovation structures are established to enable social service providers, product developers and social start-ups to develop new solutions for the field of home care in 9 European countries. In the workshop session, we will share our know-how, experiences and best practices.

Study on Cooperation between social & tech organisations in Europe
11:30 am - 1:00 pm
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Study on Cooperation between social & tech organisations in Europe

Organised by
Social Good Accelerator EU / France

Abstract
This session aims to present our study results and enhance the proposals with collective intelligence. It also aims to empower the participants by giving them the tools to implement the proposals for a greater social impact. It will also enable us to describe our prospecting study on a comparative study and our project of mapping the European stakeholders on social good and digital transition.

Enabling philanthropic action for social economy and the public good
11:30 am - 1:00 pm
Collaboration

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Enabling philanthropic action for social economy and the public good

Organised by
European Foundation Centre (EFC) and Donors and Foundations Networks in Europe (DAFNE) / Belgium

Abstract
Please join the roundtable to explore with key European policymakers, researchers as well as representatives from the foundation and wider NPO sector, how the EU Institutions can help unlock the potential of foundations and other social economy actors to contribute as a partner to a socially, environmentally and economically resilient Europe.

Sessions: Social Innovation
Sessions: Social Innovation
Innovative Partnerships in EU External Action: The role of sustainable and inclusive businesses
11:30 am - 1:00 pm
Social Innovation

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Innovative Partnerships in EU External Action: The role of sustainable and inclusive businesses

Organised by
Fair Trade Advocacy Office / Belgium

Abstract
The workshop will share knowledge on innovative good practices and identify opportunities on how the EU external action could better foster innovative collaborations among Social Economy actors and policy makers in the EU with their counterparts in EU partner countries in the Global South.

MONDRAGON and the Covid19 crisis
11:30 am - 1:00 pm
Social Innovation

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MONDRAGON and the Covid19 crisis

Organised by
Mondragón / Spain

Abstract
MONDRAGON is the largest industrial federation of worker cooperatives in the world. Now we are facing the health crisis, specially supporting the broader society, and to cope with the economic crisis the effort is above all the preservation of work. The fact is that where there is a significant number of cooperatives, there is a society with less inequality.

Social Service Co-Creation
11:30 am - 1:00 pm
Social Innovation

Titel
Social Service Co-Creation

Organised by
SEMPRE Accelerators and Diakonisches Werk Schleswig-Holstein / Germany

Abstract
We invite you to discuss the potential of disadvantaged user groups for the co-creation of social services - and to learn about the experiences made “on the ground” in the INTERREG project SEMPRE Accelerators. Usually, these groups are neglected when new social services are identified and shaped. SEMPRE shows that a bottom-up process based on the input of empowered services users is indispensable.

Sessions: Social Economy Finance
Sessions: Social Economy Finance
ESF+: new boost for Social innovation
11:30 am - 1:00 pm
Social Economy Finance

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ESF+: new boost for Social innovation

Organised by
European Commission / Belgium

Abstract
The session will present key information about the new provisions in the ESF+ regarding social innovation. It will also showcase the forthcoming social innovation project database, which will initially include 100 case studies on the subject of social innovation. Finally the session will showcase a variety of examples from EU Member States how the ESF has been used to support social innovation.

The contribution of social economy to the achievements of ESF objectives to strengthen European Social dimension: an untapped potential
11:30 am - 1:00 pm
Social Economy Finance

Titel
The contribution of social economy to the achievements of ESF objectives to strengthen European Social dimension: an untapped potential

Organised by
REVES AISBL / Belgium

Abstract
The session will look into the difficulties social economy faces in participating to the pursuit of the objectives of the ESF, through a larger involvement in partnerships, programmes and projects. Three keynote interventions by specialists on the topic and reactions based on concrete experiences will inspire the debate among participants on how to deal with the concrete issues social economy.

Sessions: Impact Measurement
Sessions: Impact Measurement
Measuring the impact of social economy organizations: Practical insights into innovative methods and digital tools
11:30 am - 1:00 pm
Impact Measurement

Titel
Measuring the impact of social economy organizations: Practical insights into innovative methods and digital tools

Organised by
Mainlevel Consulting / Germany

Abstract
Impact measurement is just as useful as it is important for organizations within the social economy. Measuring one's own impact helps with internal learning, better project management and external communication. Our workshop will deep dive into innovative impact assessment approaches for social economy organizations and provide practical insights for using digital tools to facilitate the same.

Sessions: Data & Research
Sessions: Data & Research
Empowering the next generation of social enterprises for sustainability: How (European) research and practice can interact effectively
11:30 am - 1:00 pm
Data & Research

Titel
Empowering the next generation of social enterprises for sustainability: How (European) research and practice can interact effectively

Organised by
EMES International Research Network / Belgium

Abstract
Social enterprise (SE), social and solidarity economy and social innovation consolidate both as an area of academic inquiry and as a target for action of public policy at all levels. With the ultimate goal of contributing to the common good, SE target all SDG. This session draws on the experience of the COST Action Empower-SE to illustrate recent developments on both areas of SE activity.

Reaching the SDGs and transforming towards a Social Economy: In-depth insights, lessons learned and barriers for Social Entrepreneurship across Europe
11:30 am - 1:00 pm
Data & Research

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Reaching the SDGs and transforming towards a Social Economy: In-depth insights, lessons learned and barriers for Social Entrepreneurship across Europebr>
Organised by
Social Entrepreneurship Network Germany (Send) / Germany & Euclid Network / Netherlands

Abstract
In this session Social Enterprise (SE) experts of Euclid Network (European SE umbrella organisation), 20+ national SE networks and researchers will share and discuss with you in-depth insights, lessons learned and barriers for Social Entrepreneurship across Europe gained from bottom-up data collection in 8 countries (Croatia, Denmark, Germany, Estonia, Portugal, Spain, Sweden, UK).

Sessions: Creative Methods
Sessions: Creative Methods

13.00 Uhr MEZ

14.00 Uhr MEZ

Nicolas Schmit – Commissioner for Jobs and Social Rights

14.15 Uhr MEZ

Mainstreaming the Social Economy in EU policies: a roundtable by the Social Economy Intergroup & SEE

– Juan Antonio Pedreño, President of Social Economy Europe
– Patrizia Bussi, Director of ENSIE and VP of Social Economy Europe
– Victor Meseguer, Director of Social Economy Europe
– Patrizia Toia, MEP S&D, IT, Co-Chair of the Social Economy Intergroup
– Sven Giegold, MEP Greens-EFA, DE, Co-Chair of the Social Economy Intergroup
– Manon Aubry, MEP GUE/NGL, FR, Co-Chair of the GUE/NGL and of the Social Economy Intergroup

15.00 Uhr MEZ

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Co-creating a European platform for replicating impact and business models of social enterprises
3:00 pm - 4:30 pm
Collaboration

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Co-creating a European platform for replicating impact and business models of social enterprises

Organised by
Ashoka / Austria

Abstract
Together with our partners and additional stakeholders we want to create a common vision of a platform that connects the still fragmented offers for social entrepreneurs in the area of replication of social impact models in Europe. After receiving inputs from social entrepreneurs and adopters, we will explore the functions of such a platform and how it could be setup.

An Euromediterranean OdySSEy
3:00 pm - 4:30 pm
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An Euromediterranean OdySSEy

Organised by
iesMed SCEL / Spain

Abstract
The “Euromediterranean odySSEy”, put forward by CoopMed, Diesis Network, Esmed Network, iesMed SCEL and MedESS Association, with the support of Social Economy Europe and the Union for the Mediterranean, will open a blue window in Mannheim’s Conference. This three hours interactive trip backtracks us on 20 years SSE’s Euromed cooperation and challenges over the next 10 years (SDG agenda 2030).

Green, Good and Democratic Jobs! – the employment perspective for industrial cooperatives in the green transition
3:00 pm - 4:30 pm
Collaboration

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Green, Good and Democratic Jobs! – the employment perspective for industrial cooperatives in the green transition

Organised by
CECOP - European Confederation of Industrial and Service Cooperatives / Belgium


Abstract
Industrial worker cooperatives support the development of new green jobs and regenerate existing jobs into green ones. What are the cooperative ingredients for the green transition? Based on worker ownership, our cooperatives answer to technological and environmental challenges and propose an economic model where democratic governance reinforces sustainability while caring for the communities.

Supporting social economy and social enterprises: can local and regional authorities make a difference?
3:00 pm - 4:30 pm
Collaboration

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Supporting social economy and social enterprises: can local and regional authorities make a difference?

Organised by
European Committee of the Region / Belgium, European Commission / Belgium, Euclid Network / Netherlands & RTES / France

Abstract
Social economy organisations and Social enterprises drive inclusive job creation and sustainable economic activity. They are anchored locally, build and foster social cohesion, improve economic opportunities in regions and contribute to sustainable development. Strengthening the Cities and Regions cooperation with Social economy actors could be crucial to ensure the resilience of our societies.

Sessions: Social Innovation
Sessions: Social Innovation
The working Sandwich Generation: Supporting Mature Women (45-65 years) on the labour market, entrepreneurship and in family care.
3:00 pm - 4:30 pm
Social Innovation

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The working Sandwich Generation: Supporting Mature Women (45-65 years) on the labour market, entrepreneurship and in family care.

Organised by
Centre for Family Studies, Odisee University of Applied Sciences / Belgium

Description
Women of 45+ constitute a vulnerable group on the labour market. Their gender and age and family responsibilities put them in a higher risk of discrimination, work-family conflict, burnout, withdrawal from the labour market and unemployment. In this session we will present evidence-based material from Poland, Finland and Belgium to support mature women in social economy enterprises.

A Greener European Identity: Redefining Social Economy in the Ecological Transition under the European Green Deal
3:00 pm - 4:30 pm
Social Innovation

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A Greener European Identity: Redefining Social Economy in the Ecological Transition under the European Green Deal

Organised by
RREUSE / Belgium

Abstract
In line with SDG's, we must coordinate actions for an inclusive ecological transition. What interlocking measures are needed for the Social Economy and Green Deal to thrive? During this session, speakers will highlight the role, past achievements, current status, future perspectives and challenges of the social economy in the context of the European Green Deal and Ecological transition.

The role of social economy enterprises in the integration of migrants
3:00 pm - 4:30 pm
Social Innovation

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The role of social economy enterprises in the integration of migrants

Organised by
European Commission / Belgium & Bildungsprofis / Germany

Abstract
This session will focus on concrete examples of social economy organizations active in the field of migrants integration into the labor market.

Sessions: Social Economy Finance
Sessions: Social Economy Finance
Strengthening the Social Investment Ecosystem: EU Funds and Investors for Impact
3:00 pm - 4:30 pm
Social Economy Finance

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Strengthening the Social Investment Ecosystem: EU Funds and Investors for Impact

Organised by
European Venture Philanthropy Association (EVPA) / Belgium

Abstract
EVPA will spark discussion on how, with the support of EU funding, investors for impact can boost social ecosystems all across Europe. EVPA will showcase how European funds are used (ESF, EaSI, EFSI), and can be used in the future (ESF+, InvestEU) to strengthen the social investment market; and how investors for impact are key in bringing different actors on board to enhance collaborations.

Sessions: Impact Measurement
Sessions: Impact Measurement
Leaving a Legacy: scaling strategies to increase your impact
3:00 pm - 4:30 pm
Impact Measurement

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Leaving a Legacy: scaling strategies to increase your impact

Organised by
Social Impact Projects / Belgium

Abstract
You have a positive impact on social and/or ecological challenges: super! But how to increase this impact? With which strategies can you systematically expand your impact in the coming years so that we pass on a better world to the next generations? In this hands-on workshop we discuss different strategies to increase your impact: scaling up, scaling deep, scaling out and scaling down as well.

Sessions: Data & Research
Sessions: Data & Research
Local Governments as the Cornerstone of Sustainable Local Economic Development through SSE: Tools & Best Practices from Europe and Beyond
3:00 pm - 4:30 pm
Data & Research

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Local Governments as the Cornerstone of Sustainable Local Economic Development through SSE: Tools & Best Practices from Europe and Beyond

Organised by
Global Social Economy Forum (GSEF) / South Korea

Abstract
This session will explore and provide methodologies on how city and provincial governments can best promote SSE through developing conducive policies and institutional environments, and will provide an interactive space for the audience to react and engage on this issue.

Sessions: Creative Methods
Sessions: Creative Methods
How to define, measure and track wellbeing through data in Europe and beyond
3:00 pm - 4:30 pm
Creative Methods

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How to define, measure and track wellbeing through data in Europe and beyond

Organised by
The Cloud Nation - The World Datanomic Forum / Germany

Abstract
Similarly to our last event on the 27th of December 2020, Cloud Citizens & members of the World Datanomic Forum like Brittany Kaiser of Camebridge Analytica, Henrik von Siemens of Siemens AG & Christian Klein (CEO @ SAP) will outline possibilities to improve the storage, measurement, & respectful usefulness of healthcare data in the fight against Corona together with famous European politicians.

16.30 Uhr MEZ

Anders Indset, Business Philosopher

Wladimir Klitschko, Method Creator, Founder KLITSCHKO Ventures

17.15 Uhr MEZ

17.30 Uhr MEZ

Masters of Ceremonies / Networking / DJ

Detaillierter Plan siehe Programm-Specials

21.00 Uhr MEZ

Vielen Dank, dass Sie uns am ersten Tag der Konferenz besucht haben.

27. MAI 2021 | TAG 2

9.00 Uhr MEZ

Masters of Ceremonies

9.10 Uhr MEZ

Ulrich Lilie, President – Federal Association of Non-statutory Welfare (BAGFW)

Apóstolos Tzitzikóstas – President of the Committee of the Regions

9.40 Uhr MEZ

Maroš Šefčovič – European Commission Vice President for Interinstitutional Relations and Foresight

10.00 Uhr MEZ

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Pro bono : sharing skills to bring positive social impact
10:00 am - 11:00 am
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Pro bono : sharing skills to bring positive social impact

Organised by
Pro Bono Lab / France

Abstract
Skills-based volunteering schemes (also called "pro bono schemes") are aimed at engaging companies and people from different background to share, for free, their skills with non-profits. Such schemes have a win-win impact on the different stakeholders involved and should be more encouraged by the EU. This session will present the basics of pro bono, its benefits and innovations lead by European players.

Collective Action on Public Goods: Private Sector, Civil Society and International Governance perspectives
10:00 am - 11:00 am
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Collective Action on Public Goods: Private Sector, Civil Society and International Governance perspectives

Organised by
BardyConsult / Germany & CSEND / Switzerland

Abstract
Maintaining and expanding public goods is equal to promoting sustainable development. An important question is if and how public goods should be provided jointly by the public and the private sector. Joint provision requires coordinated collective action. There will only be success if all who partake can extract mutual benefits that would be more costly or impossible to be achieved otherwise.

Social Economy needs a Social Economy specialized Management: or not?
10:00 am - 11:00 am
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Social Economy needs a Social Economy specialized Management: or not?

Organised by
Municipality of FOLLONICA / Italy

Abstract
Is there a need for special management to manage social businesses and the social economic system in general? As, it is necessary to develop a special/dedicated/vocational “raison d'etre” and a “way of doing” shared by the community for a correct and virtuous integration of the project into the ecosystem, we believe that "good management" is not enough, but that a “good ESE management” is needed.

Paris 2024 Olympics : An opportunity for a social and inclusive economy
10:00 am - 11:00 am
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Paris 2024 Olympics : An opportunity for a social and inclusive economy

Organised by
Les Canaux / France

Abstract
Les Canaux, The Yunus Centre and the French Ministry of Ecological and Solidary Transition are honoured to submit their application to the European Social Economy Summit for a 45 minutes Panel to present ESS 2024 - The Solidarity Platform.

Sessions: Social Innovation
Sessions: Social Innovation
Sharing data – whether personal or not – is key to social innovation and digital competitiveness
10:00 am - 11:00 am
Social Innovation

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Sharing data – whether personal or not – is key to social innovation and digital competitiveness

Organised by
European Commission / Belgium

Abstract
Non-discriminatory access, and the sharing of data – whether personal or not – is key to social innovation and digital competitiveness. We show how data processing relates to Europe’s sustainable growth and digital job creation. Before internet access little data was shared and reporting it was paper-based and slow. The panel looks at trust, identity tech and real-time sharing of data.

Transforming fashion through social innovation
10:00 am - 11:00 am
Social Innovation

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Transforming fashion through social innovation

Organised by
European Commission / Belgium

Abstract
This session will build on the experience of the European Social Innovation Competition and its 2020 edition, to discuss how social innovation can be a powerful tool to change daily habits towards sustainability. It will bring together winners of the Competition 2020 to discuss different examples of impact driven businesses based on social innovation.

From Pitchfork to Fork: Our territorial food governance
10:00 am - 11:00 am
Social Innovation

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From Pitchfork to Fork: Our territorial food governance

Organised by
Roissy Pays de France Agglomeration / France

Abstract
The Roissy Pays de France Agglomeration Community invites you to experience its comprehensive food strategy From Pitchfork to Fork in an immersive way. We will present our unique ecosystem based on the functional economy. You will have the opportunity to explore it from the stakeholders’ viewpoints in all the stages of the food sector: farmers, citizens, carriers, traders and a local authority.

Innovative models of worker-owned cooperatives for decent work in Europe
10:00 am - 11:00 am
Social Innovation

Titel
Innovative models of worker-owned cooperatives for decent work in Europe

Organised by
Centro Studi Doc Foundation / Italy

Abstract
The socio-economic context is constantly challenging traditional employment relationships while “new forms” of work are emerging, with an acute risk of precarity. In Europe, atypical workers find collective action as a valid alternative. How? By enabling solidarity and access to social security thanks to innovative cooperative models.

Sessions: Social Economy Finance
Sessions: Social Economy Finance
Investing for Impact in Central and Eastern Europe
10:00 am - 11:00 am
Social Economy Finance

Titel
Investing for Impact in Central and Eastern Europe

Organised by
Euclid Network / Netherlands

Abstract
In CEE countries, social investment is becoming more and more important in nurturing and financing the growth of nonprofits and social enterprises. In a 45 minute panel discussion key social investment experts from the CEE region will highlight concrete steps for potential private and institutional social investors to engage in developing a conducive social investment ecosystem in the region.

Sessions: Impact Measurement
Sessions: Impact Measurement
The importance of the social impact measurement for social entrepreneurship / WISEs
10:00 am - 11:00 am
Impact Measurement

Titel
The importance of the social impact measurement for social entrepreneurship / WISEs

Organised by
European Network of Social Integration Enterprises (ENSIE) / Belgium

Abstract
This session will provide the opportunity to gather experts from different levels to discuss the importance of the social impact measurement, the challenges actors are facing when measuring the impact, to present some good practices and their impact on WISEs and on public policies and finally various conclusions on that topic.

Sessions: Data & Research
Sessions: Data & Research
Role of social enterprises in post Covid19 recovery phase
10:00 am - 11:00 am
Data & Research

Titel
Role of social enterprises in post Covid19 recovery phase

Organised by
ISNET Association / Italy

Abstract
This session will focus on social enterprises resilience capacity, in particular respect on the change opportunity generated by Covid-19 pandemic. This will be possible also thanks to the results of the ISNET Observatory on Social Enterprises in Italy and the contribution from Cecop (European confederation of industrial and service cooperatives).

Design inclusive support program to support more women into social entrepreneurship
10:00 am - 11:00 am
Data & Research

Titel
Design inclusive support program to support more women into social entrepreneurship

Organised by
Empow‘Her / France

Abstract
Women stand for a majority of the social economy workforce but a minority amongst leaders. However, the dynamism and opportunity for employment of the sector in Europe holds a great potential for women’s empowerment. To understand the barriers they face, EmpowHer led a study which unveiled obstacles to female entrepreneurship. Join us and acquire the tools to create tomorrow’s inclusive economy!

Sessions: Creative Methods
Sessions: Creative Methods
Behind the scenes – making of the European Impact Hero, or creative ways companies and start-ups cooperate
10:00 am - 11:00 am
Creative Methods

Titel
Behind the scenes – making of the European Impact Hero, or creative ways companies and start-ups cooperate

Organised by
Social Entrepreneurship BW / Germany

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180 Minutes Sessions
180 Minutes Sessions
Innovation and digitalisation in Europe’s work integration social enterprises (WISEs)
10:00 am - 1:00 pm
Social Innovation

Titel
Innovation and digitalisation in Europe’s work integration social enterprises (WISEs)

Organised by
EASPD / Belgium, AfB / Germany, EURICSE / Italy & Fundación ONCE / Belgium

Abstract
This session will provide an overview of work integration social enterprises (WISEs) in the EU, Then the session will describe specific innovative products and processes that can enhance the productivity and employability of WISEs workers, especially focusing on digitalization, new technologies and collaboration with for profit companies.

Partnering and Investing for Impact: Achieving better outcomes in Social Inclusion in Europe
10:00 am - 1:00 pm
Social Economy Finance

Titel
Partnering and Investing for Impact: Achieving better outcomes in Social Inclusion in Europe

Organised by
European Commission / Belgium

Abstract
The session will explore cross-sectoral collaborations and investing for social impact, and the role of outcomes- based finance and policy approaches in driving social innovation and orchestrating social change. It will illustrate practical examples of impact partnerships for more inclusive social outcomes in Europe, to support EU investment policy development in the recovery context.

BarCamp for social innovation - Better framework and more collaboration
10:00 am - 1:00 pm
Creative Methods

Titel
BarCamp for social innovation - Better framework and more collaboration

Organised by
Diakonie Deutschland & Deutsche Caritasverband / Germany

Abstract
Diakonie and Caritas are among the main players in the German welfare system. They will organize a BarCamp together with social intrapreneurs, Social Impact gGmbH, and social start-ups. The key question is: What framework conditions and new forms of collaboration bring forth social innovations? The BarCamp creates a space for new ideas and innovative networking.

11.00 Uhr MEZ

Laura Marie Edinger-Schons, Chair of Sustainable Business – University Mannheim

11.05 Uhr MEZ

Andrea Baranes, Deputy chair – Banca Etica

Iñigo Ucín, President, Mondragon Corporation

11.30 Uhr MEZ

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Sessions: Collaboration
Sessions: Collaboration
Clusters of Social and Ecological Innovation
11:30 am - 1:00 pm
Collaboration

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Clusters of Social and Ecological Innovation

Organised by
European Commission / Belgium

Abstract
The cluster model is characterised by a consistent set of common interests, values and principles and different forms of cooperation among its members to pursue them. Therefore, it can be a valuable model to social economy enterprises that search for new strategies and development perspectives, especially having as a background the socio-ecological transition locally.

Tapping the potential of the social economy to make socially responsible public procurement work
11:30 am - 1:00 pm
Collaboration

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Tapping the potential of the social economy to make socially responsible public procurement work

Organised by
AEIDL / Belgium, Caritas Europa & European Commission / Belgium

Abstract
Public procurement is an important instrument for public authorities to achieve policy objectives. Drawing on their social aim, the social economy can maximize the impact of PP policies and procedures. This workshop will encourage dialogue between contracting authorities and the social economy to share experiences, mainstream support structures and explore innovative approaches to make SRPP work.

GovTech: an enabler for achieving SDGs
11:30 am - 1:00 pm
Collaboration

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GovTech: an enabler for achieving SDGs

Organised by
Wavestone / Luxembourg

Abstract
Wavestone, together with Civocracy, is organising a session that focuses on empowering startups and citizens to collaborate with governments in addressing the Sustainable Development Goals. More specifically, the session, based on our recent White Paper on the European GovTech startups' ecosystem, will focus on GovTech as an enabler for bottom-up innovation.

Sessions: Collaboration
Sessions: Collaboration
Technology, Solidarity and Social Rights –The Potential of Cooperative Models for the Platform Economy
11:30 am - 1:00 pm
Collaboration

Titel
Technology, Solidarity and Social Rights –The Potential of Cooperative Models for the Platform Economy

Organised by
Smart / Belgium

Abstract
How can appropriate legal frameworks and cooperative platforms ensure a better distribution of economic gains and secure social rights in the platform economy? This session will address both challenges that major digital platforms bring upon communities across Europe and possible solutions, both at institutional and organizational level, that can counteract these.

The digital transition for social economy enterprises
11:30 am - 1:00 pm
Collaboration

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The digital transition for social economy enterprises.

Organised by
European Economic and Social Committee / Belgium

Abstract
The workshop "The digital transition for Social Economy Enterprises" organised by the European Economic and Social Committee will bring a civil society perspective to the debate on both the opportunities and the challenges of the digital transformation for social economy. The digital transition is pivotal for Social Economy Enterprises (SEEs). It will address two main questions: 1) On which tools the digitalization strategies of SEEs should be based? 2) What are the policy actions to be prioritized at European, national and regional levels to enable SSEs to complete their digital transition?

Sessions: Social Innovation
Sessions: Social Innovation
Social innovation for community health resilience under climate change: Identifying processes and solutions
11:30 am - 1:00 pm
Social Innovation

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Social innovation for community health resilience under climate change: Identifying processes and solutions

Organised bys
European Commission / Belgium

Abstract
Anthropogenic climate change presents new human health threats. This participatory workshop examines how local communities can use social innovation to increase their resilience by limiting exposure to or mitigating such hazards. Examining different locations, participants will identify the conditions, mechanisms and interventions fostering social innovation to strengthen community resilience.

How can Europe boost the replication of social innovations on territories? Identifying key preconditions to successful replication of social innovations and sharing good practices
11:30 am - 1:00 pm
Social Innovation

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How can Europe boost the replication of social innovations on territories? Identifying key preconditions to successful replication of social innovations and sharing good practices

Organised by
France Active / France

Abstract
Our workshop aims to highlight the conditions for the success of the social innovation replication in Europe that will allow us to better address the social and environmental challenges we are facing. We aim to do so by identifying the challenges (cooperation, adaptation, etc.) as well as the support and financing needs for all phases of the replication (design, implementation, etc.) and underlining the diversity of models and ways of replicating.

Social innovation from different European perspectives
11:30 am - 1:00 pm
Social Innovation

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Social innovation from different European perspectives

Organised by
Social Impact / Germany

Abstract
In our panel session we aim to share knowledge and discuss the importance, partnerships, funding structures of social innovation with social business experts from Estonia (Estonian Social Enterprise Network), Germany (Social Impact gGmbH), Slovenia (Sklad 05 Foundation for Social Investment) and Spain (Social Nest Foundation).

Social economy in the Eastern Partnership countries – policy challenges and cooperation opportunities
11:30 am - 1:00 pm
Social Innovation

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Social economy in the Eastern Partnership countries – policy challenges and cooperation opportunities

Organised by
GIZ / Moldova

Abstract
Social economy and social entrepreneurship is at the early stage of its development in the countries of Eastern Partnership (EaP). Some of the countries already approved specific legal provisions for social enterprises’ functioning, some are in the process of choosing the right policy options. The session will focus on challenges in development of social entrepreneurship in the EaP countries.

Sessions: Social Economy Finance
Sessions: Social Economy Finance
Social Finance in Europe: a strong leverage towards an inclusive and green Europe
11:30 am - 1:00 pm
Social Economy Finance

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Social Finance in Europe: a strong leverage towards an inclusive and green Europe

Organised by
European Microfinance Network / Belgium, FEBEA / Belgium & Finansol / France

Abstract
Many European citizens ask for a more sustainable and inclusive growth. Social finance can be a response to this demand by funding the social economy. Shedding light on different practices in several European countries, this workshop aims at giving concrete examples on how social finance can ensure transparency for savers, create more jobs for deprived people and develop additional social impact.

Impact Investing - strengthening transparency and cooperation for Impact in Europe
11:30 am - 1:00 pm
Social Economy Finance

Titel
Impact Investing - strengthening transparency and cooperation for Impact in Europe

Organised by
Centre for Social Investment (CSI) - Heidelberg University / Germany & FASE / Germany

Abstract
Impact Investing shows a rapidly growing potential to address the grand challenges of today’s world, focusing on the SDGs. Market research shows the challenges: Complexity of business models and lack of investee capacity are seen as major risk factors; market evidence on success stories, capacity building for investees and standards for impact measurement as core strategies to develop the market.

Promote the way in which multi-stakeholder collaboration allows social finance to meet the needs of social enterprises
11:30 am - 1:00 pm
Social Economy Finance

Titel
Promote the way in which multi-stakeholder collaboration allows social finance to meet the needs of social enterprises

Organised by
France Active / France

Abstract
In bringing together investors, citizens, national and European public authorities and social enterprises, social finance represents a model of cooperation for a common goal: fulfilling the SDGs through social entrepreneurship. Our Workshop aims at sharing and promoting concrete examples and best practises of cooperation by offering insights from présentation guest speakers and inviting discussion amoung participants. Join us !

Sessions: Impact Measurement
Sessions: Impact Measurement
Social innovation makes for a better society – but how can we know?
11:30 am - 1:00 pm
Impact Measurement

Titel
Social innovation makes for a better society – but how can we know?

Organised by
JOANNEUM RESEARCH Forschungsgesellschaft / Austria

Abstract
The reflection on long-term effects of social innovations is a new topic, but is attracting growing interest. This session discusses the current state of theoretical, conceptual work on impact assessment of social innovations, related concepts and relevant activities in research and practice. Elements of good practice will be discussed with participants of various backgrounds.

Sessions: Data & Research
Sessions: Data & Research
From the Social Business Initiative (2011) to the Social Economy Action Plan
11:30 am - 1:00 pm
Data & Research

Titel
From the Social Business Initiative (2011) to the Social Economy Action Plan

Organised by
European Commission / Belgium

Abstract
This session will present the European Commission's upcoming Social Economy Action Plan as foreseen for the second half of 2021. The session will also provide an opportunity for stakeholders to provide input into the Action Plan.

Social Economy and Cross Border activities
11:30 am - 1:00 pm
Data & Research

Titel
Social Economy and Cross Border activities

Organised by
European Commission / Belgium

Abstract
This workshop will build further on a study whose objective is to study, assess and diffuse successful transnational initiatives and activities of SE (social economy) as well as corresponding European and national policies with a view to promoting successful approaches that could help SE to enter the Internal Market by establishing cross boarder activities and cooperation. It will bring forward several cases of Social Economy organisations showcasing their international activities as well as a panel discussion on barriers and opportunities. Finally, a specific focus on the role of The Enterprise Europe Network as an EU support mechanism will be provided.

The Future of Social Economy: Research meets Practice
11:30 am - 1:00 pm
Data & Research

Titel
The Future of Social Economy: Research meets Practice

Organised by
Social Entrepreneurship BW / Germany

Abstract
This session aims at featuring cutting-edge research on the Social Economy and enabling a cross-field dialogue: Renown experts from the scientific community will meet with high level policy makers and practitioners to join forces and discuss present and future contributions of the Social Economy to the SDGs.

Sessions: Creative Methods
Sessions: Creative Methods
Framing Problems to Inspire Changemakers
11:30 am - 1:00 pm
Creative Methods

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Framing Problems to Inspire Changemakers

Organised by
Nesta Challenges / UK & Ashoka / Spain

Abstract
This practical workshop will explore problem definition for innovators and entrepreneurs. Nesta Challenges and Ashoka Spain will guide attendees through the use of their problem definition tools using the topic of sustainable fashion as a practical example. The Winners of the 2020 European Social Innovation Competition will then share their experience of approaching this topic.

13.00 Uhr MEZ

14.00 Uhr MEZ

Allies in a global movement: social inclusion in a sustainable economic recovery
Chaired by the Schwab Foundation for Social Entrepreneurship

Referenten
– Mirai Chatterjee, Chairperson – Self Employed Women’s Association (SEWA)
– Gonzalo Muñoz, CEO – Triciclos & High Level Champion – COP25
– Sharon Thorne, Global Chair – Deloitte
– Jonathan Wong, Chief of Technology and Innovation – United Nations Economic and Social Commission for Asia and the Pacific (ESCAP)
– François Bonnici, Director – Schwab Foundation for Social Entrepreneurship

15.00 Uhr MEZ

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Platform cooperatives and their fundamental role in the context of recovery - Towards a people and planet-oriented digital transition in Europe
3:00 pm - 4:30 pm
Collaboration

Titel
Platform cooperatives and their fundamental role in the context of recovery - Towards a people and planet-oriented digital transition in Europe

Organised by
La Coop des Communs / France, REVES / France, Smart.coop / France, Dimmons Research Group IN 3 UOC (Open University of Catalonia) / Spain

Abstract
The Covid-related lockdowns have proven that territories need digital tools facilitating cooperation.Platformcoops are digital actors who differentiate themselves through values and practices inspired by Social Economy: -democratic governance -fair sharing of the value -users’ wellbeing (esp. workers) -data ethics This workshop explores platformcoops as a critical lever to foster resilience.

How to strengthen regional cooperation through social entrepreneurship
3:00 pm - 4:30 pm
Collaboration

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How to strengthen regional cooperation through social entrepreneurship

Organised by
GROUPE SOS Pulse / France

Abstract
Session aims to brainstorm ideas for development of entrepreneurship networks in international framework. Speakers will show-case experiences acquired during development of the RISE project in Western Balkans and compare notes with other participants. Session will consist of 3 parts: discussion about best practices, interactive problem-solving workshop and presentation of the best five ideas.

Local Green Deals: what role for Cities, Local and Social Economy stakeholders?
3:00 pm - 4:30 pm
Collaboration

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Local Green Deals: what role for Cities, Local and Social Economy stakeholders?

Organised by
European Commission / Belgium & ICLEI Europe / Germany

Abstract
This session explores how cooperation within local ecosystems (public administrations, social economy organisations, local businesses, citizens etc.) can deliver the goals of the EGD locally. Proximity and social economy actors- with their values of solidarity and participative governance - have a key role to play. Representatives from the cities of Lille, Espoo and Mannheim will lead the debate, sharing their ideas for involving those actors into Local Green Deals.

Sessions: Collaboration
Sessions: Collaboration
SSE in South East Europe: perspectives for cooperation and development from meso-level organisations in the region.
3:00 pm - 4:30 pm
Collaboration

Titel
SSE in South East Europe: perspectives for cooperation and development from meso-level organisations in the region.

Organised by
DIESIS Network / Belgium

Abstract
Perspectives for cooperation and development from meso-level organisations in the region - moving forward after COVID-19, laying foundations for a sustainable economy that works for the people & by the people and restoring social links. Zooming into South-East Europe and its ecosystems and look into challenges that the organisations are facing resulting from COVID-19 pandemic and beyond.

Opportunities and challenges for Buy Social
3:00 pm - 4:30 pm
Collaboration

Titel
Opportunities and challenges for Buy Social

Organised by
Euclid Network / Netherlands

Abstract
Buying social is about using your money, as an individual or an organisation, to create a positive impact on the world we live in. In this panel discussion representatives from Buy Social initiatives around Europe, social enterprises, corporate purchasers and the EU debate the opportunities and challenges for Buy Social. Because if it is so good, why is not everyone doing it already?

Sessions: Social Innovation
Sessions: Social Innovation
Use of new technologies and social innovation by mutual/cooperatives to weather the health crisis
3:00 pm - 4:30 pm
Social Innovation

Titel
Use of new technologies and social innovation by mutual/cooperatives to weather the health crisis

Organised by
AIM/AMICE / Belgium

Abstract
The session will show examples of mutuality and social innovation/new technology and solutions to improve the health system. In addition, it will be demonstrated how examples of innovation in their governance models offer improved communications/better services for members, which also leaves room to include more women in senior or management positions.

A new angle to foster social innovations: limited profitability as backbone of the EU action plan
3:00 pm - 4:30 pm
Social Innovation

Titel
A new angle to foster social innovations: limited profitability as backbone of the EU action plan

Organised by
Advocating For Non-Profit Enterprises / Belgium

Abstract
Every day on the internal market, social economy actors encounter obstacles in their development impeding their ability to provide social innovations. Likewise, policy makers or entities handling European funds, are sometimes excluding social economy actors, because these does not fit with the criteria set. Consequently, the value proposition of social economy actors is less considered than the one proposed by classical undertakings. What can be done to restore a fair competition? Limited profitability concept embraces the reality of social economy actors as it reflects their inner differences when it comes to the distribution of profits. Including this notion in the EU action plan is an actionable commitment that gathered the platform advocating4NonProfit. Want to join the discussion and built together a contribution for the Action Plan on social economy?

Social economy and social innovation as a motor of rural resilience
3:00 pm - 4:30 pm
Social Innovation

Titel
Social economy and social innovation as a motor of rural resilience

Organised by
European Commission / Belgium

Description
Rural areas face a number of challenges, in particular for ensuring access to services. The session will address how far rural social enterprises and social innovation can help overcoming the shortage of public investments and public service delivery in rural areas.

Social Intrapreneurship – creating innovation and change from within
3:00 pm - 4:30 pm
Social Innovation

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Social Intrapreneurship – creating innovation and change from within

Organised by
League of Intrapreneurs / Germany

Abstract
Intrapreneurs are the unsung heroes of the social economy, working on the inside of organizations to solve societal challenges while creating business or organisational value. Learn from experienced intrapreneurs and of the League of Intrapreneurs about their perspective on this global movement and how to identify, support and grow the impact of Intrapreneurs within your own organization.

Sessions: Social Economy Finance
Sessions: Social Economy Finance
Building social enterprise finance ecosystems with EU funding
3:00 pm - 4:30 pm
Social Economy Finance

Titel
Building a social enterprise finance ecosystem with EU funding

Organised by
European Commission / Belgium

Abstract
While finance markets for social enterprises are emerging in all countries across Europe, they are unevenly developed and often suffer from a mismatch between demand and supply. If used wisely, EU funding can help fill these gaps and build social enterprise finance ecosystems able to generate a long-term impact in our societies. This session will reflect on the development of social finance markets in Europe in the past years, on emerging trends and opportunities. It will also provide key information about the EU instruments and measures that can be used to boost the development of social enterprise finance markets (InvestEU, ESF+). A couple of organisations that made a successful use of EU funding to build social finance ecosystems will showcase their experience and lessons learnt.

A common European impact investing market
3:00 pm - 4:30 pm
Social Economy Finance

Titel
A common European impact investing market

Organised by
Impact Invest Lab (iiLab) / France & Global Steering Group for Impact Investment / UK

Abstract
A persistent barrier to scale the impact market is a lack of foundational market size and maturity data. This causes a series of challenges: from attracting newcomers, to defining public policies, to preserving impact integrity. Robust sizing of the impact investing market is a first step. Some European countries have joined forces to address it. This workshop will draw from this work.

Sessions: Impact Measurement
Sessions: Impact Measurement
Sessions: Data & Research
Sessions: Data & Research
Sessions: Creative Methods
Sessions: Creative Methods

16.30 Uhr MEZ

Masters of Ceremonies

16.45 Uhr MEZ

Kerstin Jorna – Director General, DG GROW – European Commission

Peter Kurz, Mayor – City of Mannheim

Jeanne Barseghian, Mayor – City of Strasbourg

17.15 Uhr MEZ

Genießen Sie die poetische und grafische Zusammenfassung unserer Künstler.

Poetic Harvesting – Reza Solhi
Graphical Harvesting – Robin Hotz

17.30 Uhr MEZ

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11.30 Uhr MEZ

Burning bright, not burning out: Navigating the digital space for wellbeing

An experiential session to self-assess your wellbeing across multiple dimensions and explore tips and tricks to boost your digital wellbeing during the event.

13.00 pm CET

Mittagspause & Parallelprogramm

Kochen Sie ein köstliches frisches Essen für die Mittagspause mit unserem lokalen Küchenchef, Christian Saul – Mitglied der deutschen Nationalköche-Team.

SHOPPINGLISTE HERUNTERLADEN

Meet the Exhibitors and interact & exchange with the Social Economy in Europe!

Mindful (moderated) networking

A wellbeing-infused approach to networking that recognises our shared humanity and celebrates your unique story.

15.30 pm CET

Grounding meditation and yoga flow

A gentle mindfulness meditation to deepen your self-awareness and an energising yoga practice to reactivate your body.

17.30 pm CET

After #EUSES Meetup

Rico Montero, Managing Director & Keynote Artist – Heartbeat Edutainment

Genießen Sie die #EUSES Grooves!

Mein Name ist Hannes Diether und ich bin 37 Jahre alt. Meine Mutter stammt aus Schweden und ihr Nachname war Bergström, bevor sie meinen schwäbischen Vater heiratete. Hier her kommt mein Künstlername Hannes Bergström.

Ich spiele gerne Haus in verschiedenen Facetten. Mal tiefer, mal minimaler oder mal mit mehr Melodie. But it should always be groovy 🙂

Der Offers and Needs Market ist eine Möglichkeit, sich mit Menschen zu vernetzen und zu verbinden – über den Small Talk hinaus. Dieser komplett interaktive Workshop wurde sorgfältig entwickelt, um die EUSES-Community zu verbinden, Unterstützung für Projekte und Herausforderungen im Alltag zu erhalten und dabei herauszufinden, welche Geschenke Sie zu bieten haben.

Abend Yoga für Changemakers; Systemwechsel von innen nach außen
Ein sanfter Abend Vinyasa/Yin Yoga-Kurs, um die inspirierenden Impulse und neue Verbindungen vom Gipfel vollständig zu integrieren.
Diese Yoga-Sitzung beinhaltet eine kurze Atemarbeit Meditation, Bewegung, und Strecken konzentriert sich auf die Befreiung von Spannung und Stress aus dem Tag, und eine Ganzkörper-Entspannung für Changemaker arbeiten am Brückenschlag zwischen innerer und äußerer Transformation und kultivieren Wohlbefinden für Wohlbefinden für Wohlbefinden.
Elemente des Forschungsberichts des Wellbeing Project (siehe Anhang) werden in der gesamten Klasse für thematische Referenzen gewebt.

27. MAI 2021 | TAG 2

8.00 am CET

Morning check-in and intention setting

A Nature-inspired morning practice to land into the event and set your intentions for the day.

11.30 pm CET

Wellbeing saboteurs and companions – Navigating uncertain times

An experiential session to uncover the saboteurs that get in the way of your wellbeing and your companions that can help you thrive in uncertain times.

13.00 pm CET

Mittagspause & Parallelprogramm

Meet the Exhibitors and interact & exchange with the Social Economy in Europe!

Mindful (moderated) networking

A wellbeing-infused approach to networking that recognises our shared humanity and celebrates your unique story.

Online-Kaffeeverkostung – die digitale Kaffeepause.
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Bitte bereiten Sie zwei Tassen verschiedene Kaffees für die Online-Kaffeeverkostung zu, die dann vergleichsweise verkostet wird. Die Kaffees sollten vorzugsweise unterschiedliche Geschmacksprofile haben (d.h. zwei verschiedene Marken oder Kaffeesorten). Wenn Sie keine verschiedenen Kaffees zur Verfügung haben, können Sie auch an der Verkostung mit einer einzigen Tasse teilnehmen. Sie lernen, wie man Geschmacksprofile von Kaffee Schritt für Schritt beschreibt.
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15.00 Uhr MEZ

A reflective session to share insights and take-aways from the event and prepare to move forward with ease of wellbeing.

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