Lecture by Íñigo Bandres, an expert on non-profit organisation management with a BS in Economics.
In our present-day society, where companies often reduce their employees to mere numbers, the social and solidarity economy has emerged as an initiative that promotes cooperation among solidarity-centred organisations. Such partnerships allow this network to grow and develop a social market guided by comprehensive sustainability criteria (economic, social and environmental).
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