This online webinar is organized by Euricse on the 15th of December in the framework of the project “Mubaderoon for social change: Strengthening social enterprise initiatives to combat poverty exclusion in Jordan” with the international partners Ruwwad, Plan International Jordan, Alfanar and the European Commission in Jordan.
It will create a fruitful discussion forum with representatives of international institutions, researchers and organizations that have a longstanding experience in supporting the development of SEs and similar organizations (more broadly, the social economy and the social and solidarity economy) worldwide. Presentations will shed light on both good practices of public policies that stimulate SEs and on key bottlenecks that are still preventing to fully harness their potential in addressing multiple needs arising in local communities.
By facilitating the active engagement of key stakeholders from Jordan, the seminar will enable to take stock of the expertise of the presenters, who will present the outcomes of selected projects and research actions with a view to suggesting possible strategies whereby to support the development of SEs as drivers for inclusive growth in Jordan. Adequate space will be devoted to questions, comments and requests for clarifications. Participants will be moreover invited to watch a few videos illustrating the story of innovative social enterprise initiatives that have been supported by the Mubaderoon project.
A selected number of public authorities, social entrepreneurs, and key stakeholders from Jordan will be invited to participate. The webinar will be however open to the participation of all potentially interested persons.
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Mubaderoon project: The overall objectives of the project are to enhance the contribution of individuals and social institutions in supporting their communities through the provision of social solutions and services implemented through community-based poverty reduction initiatives and enterprises. As a consequence, this will promote the concept of social inclusion for those in need of care, especially youth/women by integrating them into a productive process that qualifies them to engage in a formal economic system, through the establishment and development of community-based entrepreneurial initiatives that foster community innovation. The targeted governorates are Amman (East Amman), Taflieh and Ajloun, with the aim to contribute to the improvement of social and economic services in their communities and the creation of formal employment opportunities (full/part time and voluntary work). This project is funded by the European Union – European Development Fund and implemented through Plan International – Jordan Office and partners, Ruwwad, Alfanar and Euricse.