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CANCELED: Closing the gap on social enterprise data
21 juni kl 13:00–14:30
This webinar is canceled. Instead we will present short films and interviews with our panelists on the European Social Enterprise Monitor and what the Swedish data tell us about Sweden.
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Closing the gap on social enterprise data – what does European Social Enterprise Monitor tell us about Sweden?
European Social Enterprise Monitor (ESEM) is a collaborative initiative to gather information from European social enterprises with the ambition to inform decision-makers in government, civil society and the economy. The inaugural ESEM 2020/2021 report was initiated by Euclid Network together with country partners in Croatia, Denmark, Estonia, Germany, Portugal, the United Kingdom and Sweden.
Forum for Social Innovation Sweden has led the work with ESEM in Sweden and invite you to the launch event for ESEM 2020-2021 and its Swedish chapter.
European Social Enterprise Monitor
Over the past decade, country monitors in countries such as Germany, The Netherlands and the United Kingdom have delivered in-depth data on social enterprises and start-ups leading to important changes in policy-making, investment decision-making and an increased visibility and understanding of the social enterprise model and its crucial role in achieving the Global Goals. Building upon this success, Euclid Network in collaboration with its members and partners in eight countries embarked on a joint ESEM-journey to close the data gap with a collaborative approach. The first European ESEM report was launched on 26 May 2021, and the Swedish chapter of the ESEM report was released the same week.
Welcome to the Swedish launch event!
When? 21st June 2021, at 13.00-14.30 hours (Swedish time, CEST)
Where? Zoom webinar.
ESEM 2020-2021; what does the data say about Europe and Sweden?
With the ESEM findings as a point of departure, this Swedish launch event will put the limelight on the value of social enterprise data and knowledge about the business models’ social impact, challenges and opportunities in relation to the Global Goals. Which role can data play for the development of social enterprises and the social economy? Are there complementary measures needed to increase visibility and understanding of the social enterprise model and its role in achieving the Global Goals?
The first part of the webinar focuses on social enterprises from a European perspective (English speaking).
The second part concentrates on the Swedish ESEM findings (Swedish speaking) and opens up possibilities for participants to discuss the Swedish ESEM report findings and network.
Panelists part one:
- Professor Lars Hulgård, Professor in Social Entrepreneurship at Roskilde University and Guest Professor Malmö University
- Pavitra Raja, Programme & Engagement Lead, Schwab Foundation & World Economic Forum
- Wieteke Dupain, Head of knowledge, research & development at Euclid Network and lead for ESEM 2020-21
- Michael Wunsch, co-founder and manager of scientific cooperations for the Social Entrepreneurship Network Germany
Panelists part two:
Information will soon be posted!
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