Led strategies as basis for transformation. Economy of solidarity
- Ana María Romero, Mayor of Montoro, Cordoba, Spain
- Marne Osorio, Governor of Rivera, Uruguay
- Peter Gilmore, Senior Project Manager, Ethekwini Municipality, Durban, South Africa
- Malebogo Mokotedi, Chief Development Officer, Ministry of Local Government & Rural Development, Botswana
- Head of Finance, City of Kathmandu, Nepal
- Juan Jesús Moreno González, representative of Confederation of Social Economy Entities in Andalusia (CEPES-A), Spain
- Roberto Di Meglio, Senior Technical Specialist on Local Development and Social Economy, ILO
The social economy and solidarity economy are essential tools for promoting sustainable development. These tools have demonstrated their special capacity for resilience in contexts of crisis, in contexts of poverty, and they offer a great opportunity in the challenge of achieving local Sustainable Development Objectives.
When speaking of social economy and solidarity economy, we are talking about a concept of development which is linked to concepts of solidarity and economic democracy. We are also talking about a sector of the economy which grows in the areas of production in which it operates and as a result of its democratic ways of organising work.
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Location: Michelangelo - Palazzo Reale
Date: October 16, 2015
Time: 10:30 am - 12:00 pm