SENSENET project stands to build capacity of Social Economy Enterprises and Social Economy Organisations managers and human resources to include diversity in their recruitment and management processes and to improve their performance in terms of social innovation and cohesion.
The first intellectual output is an in-depth research at the national and European level on existing best practices to support micro, small or medium social economy enterprises and organisations. The results of the research will be used to improve the quality of the next outputs that will be developed, ensuring their sustainability and innovativeness.
The Consortium has agreed that instead of “best” or “good” practices, partners should look for promising practices. A promising practice is programme or intervention that demonstrates success in its context and can be replicated; it’s recommended that it has showed quantitative data on results and outcomes.
This questionnaire aims to collect promising practices in each country.
A selection of practices will be presented, discussed and validated during a workshop with relevant stakeholders (in spring 2018).
If your organisation delivers more than 1 practice that you consider to be relevant for this research, please fill in as many questionnaires as you have practice.
For further information, please refer to the website project: http://www.sensenet-project.org/