Tivoli social economy seminar

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How can social economy contribute to local development?

An EQUAL learning seminar held in Tivoli, 4-5 December 2006


Background papers


Monday 4 December 2006

Opening plenary

09:00 - 09:45

  • Opening by Maria Caruso - Italian EQUAL Managing Authority (Ministry of Labour)
  • Giorgio Pugliese – Italian Ministry of Economy and Finance
  • Walter Faber - European Commission DG Employment and Social Affairs

Thematic workshops

When social economy supports local development: EQUAL good practices from Italy, Germany, Poland & Sweden

09:45 Four international experts present the themes of the workshops session, introducing the case studies and illustrating the social and economic background of the projects

11:30 - 17:00 4 thematic workshops (including break)

How to build a fruitful co-operation among banks, social coops and the state

  • Workshop B “The little community that could”– Barka Foundation - Dorotea Daniele

How to transform a small local project in a globally recognised foundation

  • Workshop C “No one left behind” – Basta - Sven Bartilsson

How to replicate a success and develop the local labour market for the most disadvantaged

How to stem the depopulation of rural areas and create new jobs

17:30 - 19:00 Visit to the “Terme di Roma” spa in Tivoli

20:00 Dinner at Villa d'Este

Tuesday 5 December

09:00 – 11:00 4 thematic workshops (session 2)

Round table

How can Social Economy contribute to strengthen local development policies?

11:30 – 13:00 Round table moderated by Wolfgang Borde, European Commission DG Employment and Social Affairs

  • Eva Arvidsson, Member of Swedish Parliament
  • Johnny Dotti, Chairman of Consorzio Nazionale Gino Mattarell (CGM)
  • Steven Wallace, Social Enterprise Unit, British Cabinet Office

Questions from the experts and from the public

13:00-13.30 Next steps for the Social Economy Platform (Bettina Reuter (Germany) and Tommi Nordberg (Finland)

14:30 – 15:00 Lunch