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Social Innovation in Central Europe

Social innovation in Central Europe   *Eastern countries include other fascinating countries in terms of social innovations. This article deals with the countries visited during the Europe Tomorrow tour. Despite the persisting impact of the former communist regime on the civil society in the Central Europe, legislations passed in the early 90s and increased foreign...

Social innovation in Sweden

Social innovation in Sweden
Social innovation in Sweden Sweden is the richest country of Northern Europe with a Gross Domestic Product (GDP) that was worth 430 million Euros in 2014 and a population of nearly 10 million inhabitants. The country's wealth is predominantly based on a competitive industrial sector, combining leadership in raw materials, new information and communication technologies,...

Social innovation in Norway

Europe Tomorrow - Social innovation in Norway
Social innovation in Norway Pacifist, democratic and extremely stable, the Scandinavian countries have always been a model for Europe. Despite the Oslo tragedy orchestrated by an opponent to multiculturalism, which also shows the existence of similar issues in most European countries, Norway remains one example of a successful democracy.. With the second-highest GDP per-capita among...

Social innovation in Denmark

Europe Tomorrow - Social innovation in Denmark
Social innovation in Denmark It is widely agreed that European Northern countries, Denmark leading, are models of redistribution of wealth and social cohesion (large and inclusive welfare system, highly democratic institutions, very well developed civil services…).  Here, traditionally, social innovation is more about accompagnying and improving initiatives carried out by civil service than answering to...

Social innovation in Portugal

Social innovation Portugal - Europe Tomorrow
Social innovation in Portugal Despite the severe crisis that the country is undergoing, the Portuguese social economy is benefiting from an unprecedented development. In 2010, the sector included 50 000 organisations (associations, cooperatives, foundations and mutual funds) and represented 200 000 jobs. Five years later, some 70 000 organisations created more than 270 000 jobs. It...
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