Social and Solidarity Economy
Recent global economic and political instability has served to underline the shortcomings of our current development system and further confirm the necessity for an alternate or complementary development paradigm. The social and solidarity economy (SSE) is a viable solution to re-balancing economic, social and environmental objectives.
The 110th Session of the International Labour Conference in 2022 will hold a general discussion on Decent Work and the Social and Solidarity Economy. The report is available here.
Cooperatives and the World of Work No. 14 - Partnerships between trade unions and the social and solidarity economy to support informal economy workers
13 May 2022
Social Protection & Cooperatives Spotlight - Mobilizing social and solidarity economy units towards universal social protection
29 April 2022
South Africa’s social and solidarity economy: Alignment of the policy with national, regional and international frameworks
31 March 2022