A new report, Unlocking the Social Economy, from the World Economic Forum, provides five key policy recommendations to advance the sector.
CNBC’s Karen Tso speaks with Jeroo Billimoria, founder of the One Family Foundation and Catalyst 2030; Margaritis Schinas, vice president at the European Commission; and Sharon Thorne, chair of the Deloitte Global board.
As the G7 prepare to meet in the UK in June and the G20 in Italy in October, our community of social entrepreneurs and experienced problem solvers would like to bring to your attention already existing solutions which are ready to scale.
1. Valeria Duflot (Overtourism Solution), 2. Patrick Klein (European Commission), 3. Veerle Klijn (EUCLID Network), 4. Federico Mento (Ashoka), 5. Sarah Prince-Robin (French Ministry for the Ecological Transition), 6. Michael Sani (Play Verto), 7. Tadej Slapnik (Hashnet Slovenia), 8. Tanja Tamše (Center Noordung, Slovenia)
The European Commission will release the European Social Economy Action Plan in November 2021, with concrete action for the development of a Social Economy in Europe. This session will provide an overview of the policy paper that has been submitted with recommendations by the Europe Chapter of Catalyst 2030.
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