Our second transnational project meeting was held online on 25th-26th October due to travel restrictions because of the Covid-19 pandemic.Nevertheless, partnership managed to have a very successful and productive meeting.The meeting was organized in workshop sessions to provide all the partners’ active participationIn the first day of the meeting,coordinator Apricot…
Café Direct is celebrating its 30th anniversary and the impact it has had on improving farmers’ lives. In this 10 September 2021 SEUK interview, John Steel shares the Café Direct experience, and his own thoughts, on key issues for social enterprise. Questions addressed include: how Café Direct trades directly with…
Monday, 02 August 2021 13:49

SECE 1st Newsletter

The first newsletter of the SECE Project has been released. This is the first issue of our newsletter, covering events pertaining to the SECE Project from February 2021 to July 2021. The newsletter is avalaible to download in the link below
Social Enterprise UK (SEUK) has launched its report “Social Enterprise & Climate Change: What we know, what we need to find out”. SEUK views this as a starting point to build its programme of work to support those businesses wishing to have positive climate impact. The report is timely, since…
As the world moves into year two of the COVID-19 pandemic, there are many who are stressing the need for social entrepreneurship. Individuals, businesses, and non-profits are stepping to the front and truly making a conscious effort to bring about positive change in the world, be it a direct result…
The great Albert Einstein once said, “Learning is not a product of schooling but the lifelong attempt to acquire it.” This quote reinforces a maxim we should all live by: always be learning. Irrespective of how many years of social enterprise experience you may have, no matter how many social…
We have launched our new Erasmus+ project ‘Social Entrepreneurship for Community Empowerment: SECE’. Undeterred by the current travel restrictions, instead of meeting in Loughborough, the 6 project partners met online for the project’s first Transnational Partnership Meeting on Monday 8 February.