Podcast (in spanish)_ Interview with Ernestina in Dakar: Afro-Peruvian leader and care worker.
She understands the language of humanity, of the heart, and with smiles, Spanish and speaking with her hands, she got […]
Webinar on decent work and SSE in the LAC region. Conclusions after Ripess LAC gathering
RIPESS LAC concluded its “Latin American meeting” on 25 November with a presentation by the coordinator, Karin Berlien, on 7 December at the Webinar on Decent Work and […]
The role of Social Solidarity Economy organisations in the Post COVID19 context
Covid 19 in Latin America and the Caribbean, as in the whole world, has generated a great social, economic and health impact, which has caused thousands of deaths and a […]
Experiences of political advocacy by the National Coordinating Committee of the Solidarity Economy of Uruguay with a gender perspective.
The Coordinating Committee has taken part in meetings, round tables, seminars, forums, meetings, contributing to the construction from different roles, which has allowed the construction of diagnoses and proposals, producing […]
Advocacy experience: Group Network of Solidarity Economy of Peru (GRESP) with a gender focus.
As we commemorate two hundred years of Peruvian independence in 2021, many social organisations have promoted proposals to consider the direction of other economies as a hope for bringing the […]
Advocacy experience of the Bolivian platform with a gender perspective.
In 2005, the first fair trade and solidarity economy coordination was created in Cochabamba in the framework of the International Fair of the city. From that moment on, various alternative […]
Trade of agro-ecological production through short circuits.
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Solidarity Fairs are one of the strategies that allow for the improvement of rural trade through short circuits:
- reassessing the importance of family farming in […]
El Limón, Jalisco, Mexico: Agroecological Municipality.
From the beginning of this process, elements of the Social Solidarity Economy have been involved, which have made this public policy possible. The declaration of El Limón as an agro-ecological […]
Advocacy for public policies on social solidarity economy in Latin America and the Caribbean.
The neoliberal period openly declared in the 1990s, flows in the face of a reality of globalisation that capitalises on the deterritorialization of productive processes. This has been made possible […]
Towards the strengthening of SSE ecosystems at all levels: Co-construction of public policies for the promotion of SSE, and advocacy strategies and tools from local to global.
On Tuesday 14th of December, RIPESS members and other SSE actors from around the world got together to exchange on advocacy strategies and collaboration with local, national and international policymakers […]
How SSE initiatives contribute to achieving the SDGs in the post-Covid context
MESSAGE FROM OUR JOINT COORDINATION
RIPESS participated in the RIO+20 meeting in 2012 when the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) process was launched. From 2012 to 2015, we advocated for the inclusion […]
RIPESS calls for local governments to establish SSE as the development model in GSEF 2021
RIPESS and its continental SSE network members, in cooperation with the most relevant SSE organisations and International organisations, were actively involved and fully mobilised for the Global Social Economy Forum […]
RIPESS 2021-2023 strategic orientations: Strengthening SSE solutions and Advocating for a more transformative impact
SSE grassroots networks and their members across all continents are playing a key role in overcoming the Covid19 challenges and showing their resilience and capacity to innovate. The challenge we […]
“Women are the face of other economies and I would have an endless list of names to give and share” Interview with Irene Jara
Irene Jara Cadogan is a Chilean activist from the southern region of the country. Irene has been accompanying training processes for 20 years, especially in local and organizational development in […]
“The SSE with a gender perspective is an alternative for change for our community, because it is centered on the defense of life” Interview with Graciela Quintero
Interview with Graciela Quintero Medina, a Colombian activist, member of the Mesa Hunzaua, a collective that brings together some 20 local associations in Bogota.
How was your vocation to help others […]
“Women’s cooperatives are a privileged place of expression and empowerment” Interview with Sabine Martel
Interview with Sabine Martel, gender equality consultant for SSE associations and companies in PACA region (France), member of Osez le Féminisme 84 and expert on women’s cooperatives.
Hello Sabine, how was your […]
Convergence of transformative economies in Ecuador: “Weaving an economy for the sustainability of life”
In the global framework of the World Social Forum of Transformative Economies, WSFTE, the Meeting of Transformative Economies, organized in Ecuador, is being held from November 5 to December 17, […]
Strenghtening of SSE networks for realisation of SDGs in a post-Covid19 context
RIPESS and the Catalan Agency for Development Cooperation (ACCD) organised a webinar on the 17th November that brought together participants from more than 30 countries to share about the role […]