Social and Solidarity Economy in Higher Education

If universities are to remain relevant to society they need to review their ethos, purpose and curricula.

To this end, the YSJ-led Erasmus Social and Solidarity Economy (SSE) project has created a network where academics and practitioners from diverse cultural and interdisciplinary backgrounds question the role of universities as if people mattered. They are committed to studying, practising and researching people-centred economies to inform curriculum design.



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Enhancing studies and practice of the social economy in higher education: an Erasmus Mundus project (2012-2015). Learn about the project ....

Award winners holding plaques at the award ceremony in Utrecht, The Netherlands

News: Project gains recognition from the International Association of Facilitators

The Social and Solidarity Economy in Higher Education project has gained Silver Award for excellence and for demonstrating positive, measurable impact through facilitation. Visit the Awards and Recognition page to find out more.


With the support of the Erasmus Mundus programme of the European Union (2012-2015)

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