Dublin City Council supports DCU Social Innovation Hackathon
Dublin City Council is delighted to support the DCU Social Innovation Hackathon as part of its involvement in supporting social enterprise and innovation development and as part of its involvement in the European Commission’s – European Social Economy Regions (ESER) 2020 project.
Linked to the ESER project is the development and piloting of a new Social Economy (SE) Canvas which will be tested at various events throughout Europe this year. The SE Canvas has been made available by the European Commission for the students to utilise and test as part of the hackathon. DCU students thus have a unique opportunity to provide direct feedback regarding the further development of the SE Canvas. Further information:Dublin City Council is leading Dublin’s involvement in the European Commission’s: ESER – 2020 Project.
The objective of the project is to build networks of Social Economy and Social Enterprise stakeholders, encourage collaboration and to raise awareness about the Social Economy at regional and local level. Throughout 2020, Dublin City Council is organising, supporting and collaborating with stakeholders to host an event series to showcase, enhance and develop the regional social economy and social enterprise ecosystem.
As part of the ESER 2020 project, the European Commission’s is piloting the new Social Economy Canvas. The canvas will provide a framework to improve the design, development and scaling-up of socially and environmentally responsible economic activities. To find out more about ESER 2020 and the Social Economy Canvas, please visit: European Social Economy Regions 2020 https://ec.europa.eu/growth/content/european-social-economy-regions-2020_en
For more on the Social Innovation Hackathons see business.dcu.ie/hack4change/
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