Invitation for Round table “The Social intrepreneurship – inovative practises in Europe and the experience in Bulgaria”

The University of National and World Economy and the Open Space Foundation are pleased to invite you to a round table on “Innovative practices in the field of social entrepreneurship in the EU”

The event will be held on 18.10.2023 /Wednesday/ at 9:30 a.m. in the Big Conference Hall at UNWE.

The round table will discuss:

– training tools and programs for the development of social entrepreneurship;

– what do the people developing social enterprises in Bulgaria need;

– we will also look at what is happening in Europe and what good practices we can apply in Bulgaria.

The round table is part of the work program of the CHANCE network for 2023 with the aim of activating young people on the topic of entrepreneurship and why it is important for them and for their environment. A network partner will share observations and good practices from Italy and Albania where confiscated properties have been given to social enterprises and how this can be a good resource to improve a social enterprise. Among the panels you will see distinguished experts and people with many years of experience in the field of social entrepreneurship. We will hear from teachers and lawyers to discuss how the environment in Bulgaria could be improved.

The event is organized in partnership with the Faculty of “International Economy and Politics” at UNWE. The University of National and World Economy (UNWE) is the largest and oldest higher economic school in Bulgaria and Southeast Europe, with a 100-year history. UNWE is a state university where economic, legal, political, administrative, information and social sciences are studied in 43 bachelor’s and 108 master’s programs, in Bulgarian and English. This makes it the largest business university in Southeast Europe.

The OPEN SPACE Foundation is a non-governmental organization founded in 2007 with the aim of supporting and emphasizing cultural dialogue and relationships through various forms of art and communication. It seeks and creates bridges between traditions and modernity, between cultures, between generations. Since 2008, he has been developing training and cultural programs, working in NGOs and training services from Europe, Africa and Asia.