Social Economy Futures
This brief article explores two key questions that have emerged for the social economy in the COVID-19 context: 1) the nature of the relationship between social economy actors and the State, and 2) the possibility for social transformation going forward. This article engages with a dialogue entitled “Autonomous Community Action and Its Transformational Potential at a Territorial Level: An Ongoing Dialogue Between Research and Practice.”
Ce bref article explore deux questions clés pour l’économie sociale soulevées dans le contexte du COVID-19 : 1) la nature du rapport entre l’État et les acteurs de l’économie sociale, et 2) la possibilité de transformations sociales pour l’avenir. Cet article se fonde sur un dialogue intitulé « L’action communautaire autonome et son potentiel transformationnel dans les territoires : un dialogue en cours entre les milieux de la recherche et de la pratique. »
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