Cheyenne Kooijman, DRK Foundation: “By working together with the European Commission and enabling a shared strategy and infrastructure, the Dutch government and the philanthropic sector will be more successful in supporting and scaling social enterprises.”
On December 9, 2021, the European Commission adopted a ‘European Social Action Plan’ (the Plan) to galvanise action towards a fairer, more sustainable and resilient social economy. The Commission is laying the foundations for the systemic change Europe needs, even more so now that all economies are deeply affected by widespread recession, the ongoing global health crisis and conflicts around the world. One of the key recommendations is for governments to focus on improving the visibility, recognition and access to finance and markets for social economy actors.
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