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Social economy

The social economy, -which refers to enterprises and organisations which pursue mutual social and economic goals-, has been shown to promote inclusive growth (by creating jobs, strengthening skills and employability); building diversified local economies; and contributing to wider economic and institutional transformation. Cities have an important role in ensuring an enabling context fo social economy to arise.

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