Perspective La pandémie : une occasion pour renforcer le rôle de l’action collective dans une nouvelle normalité?
Keywords:Social economy; Community; Pandemic; Recovery; Collective action / Économie sociale; Communautaire; Pandémie; Relance; Action collective
The pandemic has had strong impacts on collective organizations in Quebec (community and social economy enterprises).
In the short term, these organizations have shown a remarkable capacity to adapt and respond to urgent needs. But the
pandemic has also underlined the importance of the approach, the discourse and the practices of these collectives initiatives. Will these contributions be taken into account in the path toward a new more equitable and sustainable “normality”?
Les impacts de la pandémie sur les organisations collectives au Québec (communautaire et économie sociale) sont
importants. À court terme, ces organisations ont démontré une capacité d’adaptation remarquable pour répondre aux
urgences. Mais la pandémie a aussi mis à l’avant plan l’importance de l’approche, du discours et des pratiques de ces
initiatives collectives. Est-ce qu’on en tiendra compte dans la relance post-COVID pour cheminer vers une nouvelle
« normalité » plus équitable et durable?
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