RaiSE Good Practices Guide is ready!
The compilation of the 13 Good Practices identified within the project was prepared using a special methodology developed by RaiSE advisory partner, Centre for Social Innovation.
How can Social Enterprises be supported in an effective way by public or private institutions? What are good practices for such support mechanisms within the RaiSE territories? What do you need to know about the context of these initiatives before you try to establish a similar approach with your region?
These are the underlining questions that led the identification and analysis of the practices collected in the RaiSE Good Practices Guide. The methodology to identify and analyse the good practices was specifically designed for the RaiSE project by our advisory partner, Centre for Social Innovation (click here to download the METHODOLOGY GUIDE) clearly defines the problem the intervention is tackling, describes the intervention logic and the impact it created, and last but not least the potential for transferability, which is crucial in this context. Besides, it illustrates each good practice with a success story and a fact-box, to make the reading practical and appealing.
We are happy to announce today that the Good Practices Guide of our project is finished and published online (click here to download RaiSE GOOD PRACTICES GUIDE).
The collected practices cover actions for building, maintaining and supporting regional networks (see Ateneus Cooperatius, Catalonia; Just Enterprise, Scotland; Partnership for Social Innovation, Örebro), financing SE activities (see Clann Credo, Ireland; MarketMate, Hungary) as well as other aspects like building international networks (see Aracoop Internacional, Catalonia), creating new ideas (The Caravan of Ideas, Örebro) or legal frameworks to increase the employment of vulnerable groups (Emilia-Romagna law 17/2005).