Towards a learning framework for social innovation education at 7th EMES 2019

Towards a learning framework for social innovation education at 7th EMES 2019

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We successfully participated in the 7th EMES International Research Conference on Social Enterprise, which took place on Sheffield Hallam University, United Kingdom, on 24-27 June 2019. The theme of the conference was the sustainable development through social enterprises, with cooperative and voluntary actions. Our paper's title is Towards a learning framework for social innovation education. Here you can read our abstract and if you want to read our full paper, please download the pdf here. Abstract Although in the last decades a rich literature around Social Innovation has emerged, Social Innovation Education (SIE) is a new concept and has been relatively under-investigated, while there is no clear definition explaining what SIE entails. This paper presents the first attempts of the EU funded NEMESIS project to design a non-prescriptive learning framework for embedding social innovation…
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