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28 June: Open seminar talk on by Eoin McLaughlin

 Posted on: 15/9/2022


On Tuesday, 20 September at 2PM (CEST), Dr. Eoin McLaughlin will be our guest in our open seminar series. Dr. McLaughlin is a senior Lecturer in Economics at University College Cork. His research interests are in economic, financial and social history. In one of his current projects the aim is to trace levels of sustainability from the mid 19th century to present day using the Genuine Savings Metric (GS). GS is an indicator propagated by the World Bank, measuring progress and development and is proven as a relevant indicator of sustainable development. Interested? Go to the overview of upcoming sessions and information how to join.

 


Our team presents... Marianne Groep-Foncke

 Posted on: 26/8/2022


This month, we introduce Marianne Groep-Foncke, our research officer. As a historian and our highly valued flying goalkeeper, she supports our team in many ways. From being the professor’s PA to writing grant applications and organizing events, Marianne can really do it all. Before graduating as a PhD, she did several jobs and also wrote historical books. If you want to know why she decided to return to Academia, or by what means she propels herself through the polder,  read further....

 

 


Vacancy: scientific project coordinator (Dutch due to scope)

 Posted on: 15/7/2022


Wil je wetenschap en de samenleving verbinden? En bijdragen aan onderzoek over belangrijke maatschappelijke ontwikkelingen én aan de praktijk van coöperatieve sociale ondernemingen? Onderzoeksgroep Institutions for Collective Action (Rotterdam School of Management) zoekt een wetenschappelijk projectcoördinator die de schakel vormt tussen onderzoekers en burgers. Lees de hele vacature op de website van RSM en solliciteer voor 20 augustus..

 

 


Our team presents... Pieter Steenbergen

 Posted on: 14/7/2022


In July's episode of 'Our team presents...' we introduce Pieter Steenbergen, our valued research volunteer. Although the eldest of the team, this gentle colleague would leave all other team members behind in a cycling contest. What exactly is he researching and what book is he working on?  Read further....

 


28 June: Open seminar talk on by Amineh Ghorbani

 Posted on: 28/6/2022


Dr. Amineh Ghorbani will be our guest in our open seminar series next Tuesday, 28 june, 11AM (CEST). Ghorbani is an Associate professor of Institutional Modelling and Analysis at the Energy and Industry group at TU Delft. She is also an affiliated member of the Institutional Grammar Research Initiative, Institutions for Collective Action and the Ostrom Workshop. In her research Ghorbani focuses on the role of institutions in climate change mitigation and adaptation. She uses modelling, simulation, network analysis in combination with qualitative methods to conduct her research. The seminar is open to attendees from outside. Interested? Go to the overview of upcoming sessions and information how to join.

 


Our team presents... Max de Vriend

 Posted on: 16/6/2022


In the next episode of 'Our team presents...' Max de Vriend has the floor. Why did this attentive and sporty food lover stay on at Rotterdam School of Management after his masters? And what exactly does he do within the team? Read further....

 


Paper on the effect of preference deviation and social embeddedness on member commitment on cooperatives

 Posted on: 13/6/2022


We congratulate Agnes Akkerman and our team member Damion Bunders with the publication of their paper "Commitment issues? Analysing the effect of preference deviation and social embeddedness on member commitment to worker cooperatives in the gig economy" in Economic and Industrial Democracy. It's open access and can be found here.

  


Working visits to citizen collectives

 Posted on: 24/5/2022


On 20 and 21 May research group ICA paid visits to several citizen collectivities in Flanders. First, Henk Mol spoke about the Buren of the Abdij (Neighbours of the Abbey) in Ghent, which aims at the preservation of cultural heritage, green space and social encounters. Then, Thomas Blondeel explained the ins and outs of Smart cooperative, which supports entrepreneurs, especially in the cultural sector. Here, Damion Bunders presented the preliminary results of his research on worker cooperatives. On 21 May a delegation of the research group traveled to the Gemene and Loweiden in Assebroek (West Flanders). Chief Marc Vandepitte and Tine De Moor told the audience about the common, a well-functioning collective in which citizens have organized the management of the land for about 600 years.

  


10 May: webinar The role of cooperatives in democratizing and greening the economy

 Posted on: 9/5/2022


On 10 May, 14:30, Tine De Moor, Thijs Spaargaren (Schoongewoon), and Marijke Flamman (NCR) are the speakers in the webinar 'The role of cooperatives in democratizing and greening the economy' of the Dutch chapter of #DemocratizingWork. They talk about the lessons to be learnt from the experiences of modern-day cooperatives. See the organizer's website for more information and registration.

 


The emergence of commons, open seminar talk by Mette Løvschal

 Posted on: 4/5/2022


On 3 May, dr. Mette Løvschal (Aarhus University) was the speaker in our Open Seminar series. In the ANTHEA project, she and her colleagues look at the sustenance of man-made heathlands, which existence spans over millennia. Løvschal went into the ancestral commons and grazing commons that went hand in hand with these heathlands. During the subsequent discussion, some similarities with developments in Europe and North America were considered.

 


3 May: Open seminar talk on antropogenic heathlands by Mette Løvschal

 Posted on: 28/4/2022


On 3 May, 11AM (CEST) the guest speaker of our Open seminar talks series will be Mette Løvschal, who is Associate Professor at Aarhus University, department of Commerce. Her research focuses on, among other things, the long-term temporal and social dynamics and forms of organization that promote super-resilient past land-use regimes. She is particularly interested in how collaborative, persistent institutions of common land, such as the management of heathlands, grasslands and fire-management regimes, self-organize and adapt according to changing circumstances. Do you wish to attend this or other online Open seminar talks? Go to the overview of upcoming sessions and information how to join.

 


Lecture: Does the history of commons repeat itself? by Tine De Moor

 Posted on: 7/4/2022


On 21 April, professor Tine De Moor gave a lecture in the Commons Program at the Ostrom Workshop in Bloomington, Indiana. The lecture, titled "Does the History of the Commons Repeat Itself? Building a Taxonomy of Institutions for Collective Action to Study their Spread and Resilience Over Time and Space" is now on Youtube. You can watch it here.

 


Vacancy: communication officer (Dutch due to scope)

 Posted on: 29/3/2022


Help jij om onze activiteiten en onderzoeksresultaten tot leven te brengen? Wij zoeken een communicatiemedewerker die ervoor zorgt dat de activiteiten van de onderzoeksgroep onder de aandacht van de relevante doelgroepen komen. Dit geldt voor onze puur wetenschappelijke activiteiten, maar vooral voor het Collectieve Kracht-platform, dat gericht is op een breed publiek. Lees de hele vacature hier en solliciteer zo snel mogelijk, maar uiterlijk 21 april.

 


29 March: lecture on institutional diversity of social enterprises by Tine De Moor

 Posted on: 28/3/2022


On 29 March 1:30 PM, Tine De Moor will give a lecture with the title 'Social enterprises in the Netherlands. Towards more institutional diversity?' at HEC Liège Management School. See for more information the organizer's website.

  


29 March: Open seminar talk on credit cooperatives by Lakshmi A.J.

 Posted on: 26/3/2022


On 29 February, 11AM (CET) the guest speaker of our Open seminar talks series will be Lakshmi A.J., who is Assistant Professor at Kerala University, department of Commerce. In her work she focuses on professionalism in co-operatives and the legal framework of credit cooperatives in India, looking at long-term developments. Do you wish to attend this or other online Open seminar talks? Go to the overview of upcoming sessions and information how to join.

 


Vacancy: student assistent (Dutch due to scope)

 Posted on: 18/3/2022


Bachelor- en masterstudenten geschiedenis, bestuurskunde, bedrijfskunde (of uit een van de andere sociale- of humane wetenschappen, minimaal derdejaars): wij zoeken een student-assistent voor zes maanden. Vind je het leuk om een online bibliotheek voor burgercollectieven op te zetten en om een onderzoeksdatabase te ordenen? Wil je kennismaken met diverse aspecten van wetenschappelijk werk in een internationaal en interdisciplinair team aan de Erasmus University Rotterdam? Lees hier de volledige vacature

 


22 March: Open seminar talk on polycentric energy governance by Daniel Petrovics

 Posted on: 17/3/2021


On 22 February, 11AM (CET) the guest speaker of our Open seminar talks series will be Daniel Petrovics (Vrije Universiteit, Amsterdam). He will present a paper on polycentric governance and the conditions under which energy communities scale. Do you wish to attend this or other Open seminar talks? Go to this page for more information on upcoming Open seminar talks and ways to join them.

 


(Dutch due to scope) Opinieartikel: Gemeenteraadsverkiezingen: herkansing voor de erkenning van de actieve burger?

 Posted on: 17/3/2021


In een opinieartikel in de Volkskrant riepen Tine De Moor en Ton Duffhues (Rotterdam School of Management) lokale overheden op om in gesprek te gaan met actieve burgers die in hun eigen omgeving uitdagingen op het gebied van wonen, zorg, energie, voedsel en natuur aanpakken. Lees het hele artikel, inclusief de voorbeelden van Herenboerderij Wenumseveld, Austerlitz Zorgt en energiecoöperatie Sterk op Stroom op de website van De Volkskrant

 


Article: The feasibility of platform cooperatives in the gig economy

 Posted on: 11/3/2022


Are platform cooperatives feasible alternatives to investor-owned gig economy platforms, such as Uber and Deliveroo? In which sectors does the cooperative model work - and for which kind of gig workers is a platform co-op more challenging? Read the analysis by Damion Bunders, Martijn Arets, Koen Frenken and Tine De Moor, 'The feasibility of platform cooperatives in the gig economy', which is freely available here.

 


Rules and sanctions in long-lasting fishery cooperatives, Double open seminar talk by Florian Grisel and Grant Halliday

 Posted on: 10/3/2021


On 9 March, research team Institutions for Collective Action had a double open seminar. Grant Halliday, historian and research intern at RSM Erasmus University, gave an insight into the development of rules and sanctions in medieval and early-modern fishery cooperatives in Spain. Dr. Florian Grisel, associate professor at the Oxford Centre for Socio-Legal Studies, complemented Halliday's findings with a presentation about another fishery cooperative, the Prud'homie de Pêche of Marseille. In the subsequent discussion, the attendants considered the existence of norms versus formal legal structures, as well as the continuation of such organizations over centuries.

 


9 March: Double open seminar talk on historical fishery cooperatives by Florian Grisel and Grant Halliday

 Posted on: 4/3/2021


On 9 March, 10AM (CET), there will be a double open seminar talk, by Dr. Florian Grisel (Oxford Centre for Socio-Legal Studies) and Grant Halliday (Rotterdam School of Management), about fishery cooperatives in France and Spain since early-modern times, governance, rules and sanctioning. Visit this page for more information on upcoming Open seminar talks and ways to join them.

 


Organizing the enterprise as a common, open seminar talk by Kristel Maasen (ULB)

 Posted on: 17/2/2022


On 15 February Kristel Maasen, sociologist at Université libre de Bruxelles (Belgium) presented a summary of her PhD dissertation in our Open Seminar. Drawing from the theory of the commons and commoning, Maasen shows how worker-organized cooperatives are organized in commons. Workers invest in creating and maintaining a we-relation through task selection, sharing of organisational power, commitment to the project and a focus on direct communication. Distinct from a managerial logic, the principles used by workers correspond to the logic of commons organising in that they produce and reproduce community. Next week in our open Seminar talks: Vladimir Bogoeski, postdoc at the N-EXTLAW project at the University of Amsterdam law school.

 


Intellectual property rights for the knowledge of indigenous peoples, open seminar talk by Camille Meyer (UTC)

 Posted on: 11/2/2022


On Tuesday 8 February, Dr. Camille Meyer (University of Cape Town Graduate School of Business) presented a seminar on the ownership of biological knowledge originally held by indigenous communities. After demonstrating that such knowledge was released to the public domain by colonial botanists, he presented three case studies showing that international, national and local efforts have been made for such resources to be “recommonized” by local communities. In such cases, indigenous communities reclaim ownership of their traditional knowledge by establishing intellectual property rights on biological knowledge. During the open seminar talk on 15 February, Kristel Maasen from Université Libre de Bruxelles will present her paper Organising the enterprise as a common: an alternative to participatory management in worker cooperatives. Look on our seminar page for more information.

 


15 February: livecast 'Het kan wel!' (Dutch due to scope)

 Posted on: 10/2/2022


Op 15 februari 9:30 organiseert De Omslag een livecast vanuit Pakhuis De Zwijger onder de titel 'Het kan wel!' Deskundigen met diverse achtergronden gaan met elkaar in gesprek over het recht op gelijke behandeling en gelijkwaardig meedoen van mensen met een beperking of chronische aandoening, die nu soms aan de kant staan terwijl ze graag willen werken. Met onder meer Agnes Jongerius, Frank Kalshoven, Carol Gribnau en Tine De Moor. Zie voor meer informatie de website van De Omslag

 


11 February: launch of the CollectieveKracht platform for citizen cooperatives

 Posted on: 7/2/2022


How do scientists use their knowledge to solve problems faced by today’s citizen collectives? How do policy makers reflect on the collectives’ challenges? And where do financiers come into the picture? The answers to these questions and more will be discussed in a livecast on 11 February 2022. This event will launch a new, transdisciplinary knowledge exchange platform for citizen collectives: CollectieveKracht. Read further...

 


Our team presents... Damion Bunders

 Posted on: 31/1/2022


In the 4th episode of 'Our team presents...' we introduce Damion Bunders, one of the PhD candidates in our team. Who is this teacher and multi-writer who takes reciprocal behavior within the team seriously? And which present-day developments does he incorporate within his studies? Read further...

 


7 February: 'Bringing stakeholders of citizen-based initiatives together in CollectieveKracht.eu', webinar by Tine De Moor

 Posted on: 27/1/2021


FOCI Hub is an initiative of Utrecht University that advises, promotes and stimulates citizen initiatives. In the first FOCI webinar of 2022, prof. Tine De Moor tells about CollectieveKracht, the new transdisciplinary and multistakeholder knowledge exchange platform for citizen collectives. The platform, to be launched on 11 February, was built by her research group, in partnership with an interdisciplinary team of researchers, civil servants and representatives of financial organizations. Through methods of extreme citizen science the platform stimulates citizen collectives to question their own functioning and to cooperate with researchers to explore their own challenges. The FOCI webinar will take place online, on 7 February at 4PM. Visit the FOCI website to sign up.

 


The diffusion of shared goods in consumer coalitions, Open seminar talk by Francesco Pasimeni

 Posted on: 26/1/2021


Dr. Francesco Pasimeni is an industrial engineer and he was the guest speaker of Research Team Social Enterprise and Institutions for Collective Action on 25 January. Dr. Pasimeni holds a PhD in Science and Technology Policy Studies from SPRU (University of Sussex). He presented parts of his thesis about Modelling Fractional Ownership in the Sharing Economy and more specifically about the diffusion of shared goods in consumer coalitions. Pasimeni explained the model he has built to calculate where there is a niche in the economy for shared goods, with the eventual goal to obtain more sustainable consumption patterns. On the 8th of February, our guest speaker will be Dr. Camille Meyer from the University of Cape Town.

 


New affiliate researcher: Thomas Bauwens (Utrecht University)

 Posted on: 24/1/2021


We are happy to announce that dr. Thomas Bauwens, assistant professor at the Copernicus Institute for Sustainable Development (Utrecht University) has aligned with the research group Social Enterprise and Institutions for Collective action as an affiliate researcher. His research focuses on economy, community enterprises and sustainability transitions. Welcome! See for more information his profile page.

 


25 January: Open seminar talk on the diffusion of shared goods by Francesco Pasimeni

 Posted on: 21/1/2021


25 January, 11AM CET: ICA Open seminar talk by dr. Francesco Pasimeni (IRENA & JRC of the European Commission) about the diffusion of shared goods in consumer coalitions. Pasimeni is an industrial engineer, holding a PhD in science and technology policy studies from SPRU (University of Sussex). His main research interests are in the area of technology innovation and innovation diffusion, focusing on clean energy technologies and on collective initiatives for co-ownership of sustainable shared goods. Visit this page for more information on upcoming Open seminar talks and ways to join them.

 


Inspiring meeting of CollectieveKracht Science lab

 Posted on: 17/1/2021


The CollectieveKracht knowledge platform for Dutch citizen collectives is really taking shape now. On the morning of 17 January we had an inspiring meeting with more than 20 scientists who together form the Science lab of CollectieveKracht. Two of them, Fijnanda van Klingeren (RSM) and Arjen Buijs (WUR) presented tools that can help citizen collectives to increase their resilience and to create impact. We are looking forward to the official launch of CollectieveKracht - together with scientists, financiers, government's representants, network organizations and the citizen collectives themselves - on 11 February.

 


17 January: werkconferentie Coöperatieven maken de stad (Dutch due to scope)

 Posted on: 14/1/2021


Een keur van gasten komt op maandag 17 januari vanaf 16.00 uur langs tijdens de online werkconferentie Coöperatieven maken de stad: van Marleen Stikker (Waag Society), Tine De Moor (RSM) en Rutger Groot Wassink (gemeente Amsterdam) tot vele vertegenwoordigers van buurtinitiatieven en burgercollectieven. Samen gaan ze in gesprek over de samenwerking tussen burgers en overheid, juridische aspecten en de kracht en betekenis van de coöperatieve beweging in allerlei sectoren. Kijk op de website van Pakhuis de Zwijger voor meer informatie en aanmelding.

 


Social entrepreneurship in the Netherlands, socio-cultural, political and legal contexts: open seminar talk by Maarten Hogenstijn

 Posted on: 13/1/2021


Maarten Hogenstijn, senior researcher social entrepreneurship at the Amsterdam University of Applied Sciences was the guest speaker of research team Social Enterprise and Institutions for Collective Action on 11 January. He talked a about the contextual developments that affected the design of legal frameworks for Dutch social enterprises. In the Netherlands, social enterprises are usually considered as the social side of business. Increasingly researchers and civil servants recognize that social enterprises can also been seen as the entrepreneurial side of the social economy.

 


Vacancy: open PhD position at Rotterdam School of Management

 Reposted on: 13/1/2021


Are you passionate about research on how businesses in past and present can be key drivers of social change? Then Rotterdam School of Management (RSM) invites you to apply before 15 January for our open PhD project. Topics of this research program include alternative organization forms such as social enterprises and partnerships, as well as alternative governance regimes such as commons and cooperatives. Research group Institutions for Collective Action one of the participants in this open PhD project We welcome applications from a wide variety of backgrounds and perspectives, including history, social sciences and management sciences. See the RSM website for more information.

 


Our team presents... George Varthalamis

 Posted on: 10/1/2022


In the 3rd episode of 'Our team presents...' we introduce our research intern George Varthalamis. Why did this imperturbable food technologist and agri-business MBA come to the Netherlands? And what kind of research is he doing? Read further....

 


Tradeoff between size and identity among platform cooperatives: open seminar talk by Jovana Karanovic

 Posted on: 24/12/2021


Jovana Karanovic, Assistant Professor RSM/Founder Reshaping Work, was the guest speaker of research group Institutions for Collective Action on 21 December. She elucidated why researchers need to look into the reciprocal and volatile relationship between identity and strategy of platform cooperatives, understand how these organizations make a strategic tradeoff between size and distinctiveness.

 


Video: explaining the SICADE model

 Reposted on: 20/12/2021


We are happy to announce that our video 'The SICADE-model to understand Institutions for Collective Action' finished in second place at the World Commons Week ‘teaching the commons’ video contest of IASC. In the video, Damion Bunders explains the theoretical framework we use to study the long-term development and the resilience of institutions for collective action (ICAs). Discover if this model is a useful tool for your studies as well: watch the video on Youtube. For more info on the SICADE model, read the article Three waves of cooperation.

 


Vacancy: open PhD position at Rotterdam School of Management

 Posted on: 17/12/2021


Are you passionate about research on how businesses in past and present can be key drivers of social change? Then Rotterdam School of Management (RSM) invites you to apply before 15 January for our open PhD project. Topics of this research program include alternative organization forms such as social enterprises and partnerships, as well as alternative governance regimes such as commons and cooperatives. Research group Institutions for Collective Action one of the participants in this open PhD project We welcome applications from a wide variety of backgrounds and perspectives, including history, social sciences and management sciences. See the RSM website for more information.

 


Commoning in the care sector: open seminar talk by Leonie van Meeteren

 Posted on: 16/12/2021


Leonie van Meeteren, director business operations of care organization Amerpoort, was the guest speaker of research group Institutions for Collective Action on 14 December. She talked about her research on factors that contribute to commoning in the care sector to address social dilemmas, especially when both state and market mechanisms cannot provide the care that is required or desirable. Next week, our guest will be Jovana Karanovic of Rotterdam School of Management.

 


Collective Action and Governance in Worker Cooperatives: double open seminar talk by Adrien Billiet (KU Leuven) and Marco Lomuscio (UniTrento)

 Posted on: 7/12/2021


On 6 December, PhD students Marco Lomuscio (university of Trento) and Adrien Billiet (university of Leuven) made presentations entitled 'Entrepreneurship and collective actions in worker-recovered enterprises' and ’Beyond elections: The impact of selection methods on organizational governance dynamics’ The reflections from a practical point of view by Peter Bosmans, advisor cooperative design and strategic planning at Febecoop, made for an interesting discussion afterwards.

 


New team members

 Posted on: 2/12/2021


Research team Institutions for Collective Action is still expanding. On 1 December visiting PhD candidate Yifei Ma and community researcher Jeroen Boon started with our team. Yifei is working on forms of collective action in China. Jeroen will strenghthen our CollectieveKracht team. Welcome to them both!

 


Our team presents... Coline Serres

 Posted on: 1/12/2021


In the 2nd episode of 'Our team presents...' we introduce our postdoctoral researcher Coline Serres. Who is this cheerful management expert who moved from France to Belgium to the Netherlands? And what does she know about the governance of social enterprises? Read further...

 


Food Citizenship? Collective Food Procurement in European Cities: open seminar talk by professor Cristina Grasseni (UL)

 Posted on: 30/11/2021


On 30 November, anthropologist professor Cristina Grasseni from Leiden University joined our team meeting to give a lively talk about networks of people who organize direct food production and food distribution in three different cities: Turin, Gdansk and Rotterdam. Next week we discuss the phenomenon of social enterprise with two researcher: Adrien Billiet and Marco Lomuscio.

 


25 November: Forum 'A Call for Courageous Leadership. Transforming Business Performance for People, Planet and Profit'

 Reposted on: 23/11/2021


On the 25th of November, 1-6PM (CET) the Center for the Economics of Mutuality Forum takes place, titled 'A Call for Courageous Leadership. Transforming business Performance for People, Planet and Profit', about the necessary redefinition of the role of business, to benefit both people and planet. With Bruno Roche, Jan Peter Balkenende, Muriel Arts, Marlies van Wijhe and Tine De Moor. For more information and registration, see the organizer's website.

 


26 November: 'Coping through cooperation? Institutions for Collective Action in crises in past and present'

 Posted on: 22/11/2021


On Friday 26 November 14PM (CET) Tine De Moor​ talks at the SPRU Friday seminar of University of Sussex Business School about the changes in past and present that have brought about change in the governance of resources and what these could mean in the light of the challenges we are facing today. For more information and registration, visit the SPRU Eventbrite page.

 


Integrating the historical epistemology to understand the relevance of cooperative models: open seminar talk by Véronique De Herde (UCL)

 Posted on: 16/11/2021


During an inspiring session with Véronique De Herde from Université catholique de Louvain research team Social Enterprise and Institutions for Collective Action went from the historical development of cooperatives and the impact of new cooperative models on the diversification of dairy productions to the applicability to other sectors and a more theoretical framework. Next week, professor Josephine van Zeben will be our guest.

 


9 November: first meeting of the CollectieveKracht Finance lab

 Posted on: 11/11/2021


On 9 November a group of financiers considered the question how the CollectieveKracht knowledge platform can support both citizen collectives and financial institutions, meeting the challenges that both parties face. ICA team member Max de Vriend presented some results of his research and of the report Krachtiger als Collectief.

 


Explaining domino-effects in a polycentric system: six-centuries of commons governance: open seminar talk by Marco Casari (Unibo)

 Posted on: 11/11/2021


Marco Casari from the University of Bologna shared some interesting results of his longitudinal research of commons in the Italian Alps with the research team Social Enterprise and Institutions for Collective Action, together with his colleagues Maurizio Lisciandra and Ali Saral. Afterwards, we had an compelling discussion. Our visitor next week is bioengineer and historian Véronique de Herde.

 


New: series of interviews with our team members

 Posted on: 9/11/2021


Interdisciplinarity is an important feature of the research group Social Enterprise and Institutions for Collective Action. To show the diversity within our own group we started a series of interviews with the team members. Historian Grant Halliday is the first one to introduce himself. Read further...

 


29 October: inspirational session about care communities in The Netherlands

 Posted on: 1/11/2021


On 29 October, Nederland Zorgt Voor Elkaar (NLZVE), KNHM Foundation and Triodos Bank organized an inspirational session about and with care communities throughout the Netherlands. In presence of King Willem-Alexander and chaired by Tine De Moor, Jitske Kramer gave a keynote lecture, followed by several workshops.

 


Inspirational talk: the legal context of social enterprises