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 ....

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