LEED Programme (Local Economic and Employment Development)

Reviewing OECD Experience in the Social Enterprise Sector - presentations

 

Thursday, 16 November 2006

THE RATIONALE FOR SOCIAL ENTERPRISE DEVELOPMENT AS A TOOL FOR SOCIAL
INCLUSION AND COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT

Introduction to the seminar
Carlo Borzaga, University of Trento and Institute for the Development of Non-Profit
Organisations, Italy and
Paola Babos, LEED Centre for Local Development, OECD

The social enterprise sector in selected OECD countries
Roger Spear, The Open University, United Kingdom

Emerging trends in Central East and South East Europe
Giulia Galera, Institute for the Development of Non-Profit Organisations, Italy
Maria Jeliazkova, Bulgarian Academy of Sciences, Bulgaria
Ewa Les, Warsaw University, Poland

Social enterprises and user empowerment
Vanna Gonzales, Arizona State University, United States
Social enterprises and social capital: exploratory evidence
Fabio Sabatini, La Sapienza University of Rome, Italy

FINANCIAL TOOLS FOR SOCIAL ENTERPRISE DEVELOPMENT: SHARING ITALIAN EXPERIENCE

Financing social enterprises
Stefano Marchettini, Italian Savings Bank Association, Italy
Antonio Schizzerotto, Trento and Rovereto Savings Bank Foundation, Italy

 

Friday, 17 November 2006

SHARING EXPERIENCES IN FOSTERING SOCIAL ENTERPRISES AND CIVIL SOCIETY DEVELOPMENT

Case study presentations
Madrid: Ana Mohedano, Union of Madrid Co-ownership Co-operatives, Spain
Glasgow: Brian Patterson, Castlemilk Economic Development Agency, Scotland
Poland: Kuba Wygnanski, KLON/JAWOR, Poland
Donbass: Marina Cherenkova and Adeline Gonay, Action Donbass and Soprichasnost Charity Foundation, Ukraine

Society development 2006: threats and opportunities
Armine Ishkanian, The London School of Economics, United Kingdom
Goran Buldioski, The Open Society Institute, Hungary
Susan Fritz, United States Agency for International Development, United States
Pawel Krzeczunowicz, European Free Trade Association, Belgium

DONOR EXCHANGE, COORDINATION, INFORMATION MECHANISM (DECIM)

Donor coordination: update since Paris 2005
Paris report
Vienna report

Presentations of draft action papers
CSO legal framework, Nilda Bullain, European Centre for Non-Profit Law, Hungary
Public advocacy and governance, Jeff Lovitt, Policy Association for an Open Society
Strategy papers:
CSO legal framework
PASOS

DECIM light coordination tools
Presentation of the global distance learning network, Gary Fine, World Bank

 

Saturday, 18 November 2006

STUDY VISIT TO THE FEDERATION OF TRENTINO CO-OPERATIVES

Cooperazione Trentina
Consolida and Social co-operatives in Trentino