The EUCLIPE Jean Monnet Chair publishes a chapter about social innovation for the employment in the European Unión

Las profesoras Marta Enciso, Aitziber Mugarra y Laura Gómez, integrantes de la Cátedra EUCLIPE han publicado el siguiente capítulo “Innovación social para el empleo en la Unión Europea. El caso del cooperativismo y la economía social” en el libro ”Nuevos horizontes y perspectivas para el derecho en el siglo XXI” (pp. 277-290. Thomson Reutes, Pamplona, 2018)

The professors Marta Enciso, Aitziber Mugarra y Laura Gómez, members of the Euclipe Jean Monnet Chair have published the following chapter ‘’Innovación social para el empleo en la Unión Europea. El caso del cooperativismo y la economía social”1 in the book ”Nuevos horizontes y perspectivas para el derecho en el siglo XXI”2 (pp. 277-290. Thomson Reutes, Pamplona, 2018)

This performance derives from the research investigation SI-Drive, financed by the European Commission under the VII Marco Program dedicated to social innovation, being related to impulse job creation. The chapter begins studying how the European Union has participated in the realms of social innovation and social economy since the 2008 crisis, observing how the problem of unemployment is solved. In this frame, the chapter explore the main principles of elements and results of the SI-Drive project in order to contrast them with successful performances that show in practice the accuracy of the investigated aspects in the Basque country

1Social Innovation for the employment in the European Unión. The co-operationist and social economy.

2New Horizons and perspectives for the Law in the XXI century

The Jean Monnet Chair in “EU Economic and Legal integration for People” organises a Focus Group

This Thursday, in the University of Deusto, the Jean Monnet Chair in “EU Economic and Legal integration for People” held by Laura Gómez Urquijo organised a Focus Group with the presence of Garbiñe Henry, Santos Arrieta from Doctors of the World, Natxo Arnaiz deBolunta, Ana Artetxe from Bultzlan Consulting, Carlos Askunze from the REAS Euskadi Association, Mónica Gárate from Momentu Business Impulse, Javier Mariño de Koopera and,  Arantza Etxaniz, Aitziber Mugarra, Ana Vidu y Laura Gómez Urquijo, as researchers from Deusto.

The session was focused on the analysis of how the social organizations and the Administration tackles the supply of services to society, the synergies originated, the difficulties resulted from that interaction and the proposals that the assistants, each from their different professional perspectives, think to be the best solutions to the mentioned problems.

The session has been achieved in the context of the Solidarity in the European Societies: Empowerment, Social Justice and Citizenship Programme.