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Due to health measures related to COVID-19, this event is postponed. The new date will soon be announced on our site.

Brindging different fields of research the purpose of the seminar is to break through disciplinary boundaries and consider multiple epistemological perspectives on how economies are and can be (re-)embedded in their societal and political context, and to critically deliberate societal uncertainties that cast a shadow over democracies as well as emerging practices aimed at strengthening them.

DATE DE MISE A JOUR : 19/03/2020

From the great transformation to the eco-social transition. New solidarities in action

Seminar background

DATE DE MISE A JOUR : 04/10/2019

Socioeconomic of globalization and development : from social business to solidarity economy

Globalization and financialisation processes reshape action and intervention methods in the scope qualified as "development". There is a growing mixed up between development and fight against poverty projects and politics on one hand, and capitalism and marketplace on the other hand. The increasing interest from development organisations and companies in social business, the bottom of the pyramid or the financing impact, is an illustration of this trend. There are also unprecedented citizen's intitiatives of production, consumption and funding.

Laure Hadj

Laure Hadj is a teacher-researcher in socio-demography at the University of Picardie Jules Verne, attached to the CURAPP-ESS (UPJV-CNRS). Its research program focuses on inequalities, vulnerable populations and forms of social integration in France and overseas territories. It is based on an interdisciplinary methodology. 

Centered on a shared observation about the socioeconomic context of working-class district, this forum aim to think about the way solidarity economy can address challenges met by people living in those neighborhoods.

Beyond reflexion and exhange, the organizers objective is also to build a plateform where pragmatic actions would be gathered and then published in the "Solidarity Economy for Popular Neighborhood First Manifesto".

DATE DE MISE A JOUR : 25/11/2017

The political and social impact of terrorist attacks in France

Since 11 September 2001, and more particularly since the recent attacks in France, terrorism has become a major issue of debate in both the public and the scientific arenas. Research on terrorist groups and on the radicalization process is abundant, but little work has been done on the impact of terrorist attacks on the societies affected. In June 2017, the Fondation Maison des sciences de l’homme initiate a research project of the consequences of the recent terrorist attacks in France.

The concept of Solidarity Economy is consolidated in many countries, especially in Latin America, as describing a field of citizen-led social transformation and political action. In many parts of the world, experiences have been strengthened by associated work, by the collective ownership of productive assets, by shared management and by solidarity - understood here as reciprocity in the distribution of goods and opportunities.

DATE DE MISE A JOUR : 04/09/2017