European Vocational Skills Week 2017




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  The activities of both social enterprises and creative cultural industries have a multiplier effect which brings cultural, social and economic benefits for the community. They contribute to growth, employment and GDP are a vehicle for social and economic cohesion across Europe.
Both are drivers of change, creating innovative solutions to the challenges that Europe faces today.
Both, in the real world, co-operate with clusters of different undertakings to provide innovative products and services and promote a more sustainable economy.

Diesis organised a workshop with the involvement of EU institutions, social economy and creative cultural industries, local authorities and policy-makers to discuss how social economy enterprises contribute to cultural and creative industries and how together they are fostering spatial and sectoral clusters, such as an ecological approach for cultural cooperation and territorial development.

 Final Agenda

Bionotes' Spekers 

Presentation SMART 


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Look here the video of Main Messages