attendees expected

events planned

hosting countries

highlight events

Opening ceremony

📍Paris 4, France

Académie du Climat

🗓 02 November 2022, 19:00

Casa do Impacto @WebSummit

📍Lisbon, Portugal

Altice Arena + FIL

🗓 03 November 2022, 17:00

Closing ceremony

📍Brussels, Belgium

European Parliament

🗓 08 November 2022, 19:00

labeled events

FI Gathering, by Social Nest Foundation

📍Lisbon, Portugal

Casa do Impacto

🗓 31 October 2022, 15:00

Tech For Good Challenge : one month to change tech

📍Entire France

🗓 02 November 2022

Tomorrow's jobs: a transition issue for social economy & SMEs

📍Remote event


🗓 02 November 2022, 10:00

Digital divide and sobriety: Internet and the over-50s

📍Paris 4, France

Académie du Climat

🗓 02 November 2022, 10:00

The issues of digital matters by Nebulae

📍Joigny, France


🗓 02 November 2022, 15:00

Hackathon LUTH: alternative strategies and uses


Université Paris 8

🗓 03, 04, 05 November 2022

Parlons IN 7 : mobility, disconnected, penalised

📍Paris 18, France

La Station – Gare des Mines

🗓 03 November 2022, 09:00

CareAcadémie : become an expert of your blog

📍Remote event


🗓 03 November 2022, 10:00

SDG 17: the impacts of making alliances in France

📍Paris 7e, France

15 quai Anatole France

🗓 03 November 2022, 10:30

Develop talents in digital jobs

📍Nancy, France

Grands salons de l’Hôtel de Ville

🗓 03 November 2022, 14:30

What is a good digital for an association?

📍Lille, France

POP Café Wazemmes

🗓 03 November 2022, 17:00

Promote the digital skills and jobs in social economy

📍Lille, France

Bazaar Saint-So

🗓 04 November 2022, 09:00

Coding after-school snack

📍Grenoble, France

Pôle associatif Châtelet

🗓 04 November 2022, 14:00

FORO 2022: Youth Forum on mental health

📍Madrid, Spain

La Nave

🗓 05 and 06 November 2022

How to take control of the algorithms?

📍Amsterdam, Netherlands

Waag, Nieuwmarkt 4

🗓 05 and 06 November 2022

Promote the digital emancipation of the associations

📍Remote event

Framasoft + Animafac

🗓 08 novembre 2022, 10:00 – 12:00

Collaborative tools: which ones and why?

📍Remote event

Fantastique Bazar

🗓 08 November 2022, 10:30

Associations: rounding up in cash and on pay?

📍Remote event


🗓 08 November 2022, 11:30

ShareIT support: tech projects for your impact

📍Remote event

Share it

🗓 08 November 2022, 12:00

Directing people to the right tool with Soliguide

📍Remote event


🗓 08 November 2022, 14:00

Workshop game-making for teachers

📍Amsterdam, Netherlands

OBA Oosterdok

🗓 8 November 2022, 16:00

How do No-Code tools help associations in their daily work?

📍Remote event


🗓 8 November 2022, 17:30

Social Good Skills: when the skills of some help the solidarity projects of others

📍Remote event


🗓 08 November 2022, 18:00

The place of digital technology in associations in 2022

📍Remote event

Solidatech + Le Mouvement associatif

🗓 10 November 2022, 14:30

Presentation of Solinuage offer

📍Nantes, France

1 rue d’Auvours, Nantes

🗓 10 November 2022, 12:30

resources and contents

Podcast - Meaning and solutions: can social economy tame the algorithm? (in French)

In recent years, algorithms have sometimes been criticised as a tool that controls the work of humans, or even weakens the social link between service providers and their beneficiaries. However, there are initiatives that rely on algorithmic technology and use it to provide goods and services that are socially inclusive and sustainable.

What are they and do they have a significant economic and social impact?

Study - The place of digital in the associative project in 2022

This three-year study is a major resource for the DLA Digital Resource Centre, created in 2021 and co-sponsored by Solidatech and Le Mouvement Associatif, as well as for all support structures for associations. A true barometer for monitoring the evolution of digital practices, this study provides an overview of the situation and proposes courses of action for those working in the sector as well as for the associations themselves.

What is the situation observed two years after the crisis? What action levers have been identified to respond to the difficulties encountered?

Call for projects - Digital Belgium Skills Fund 2023

Since 2016, the Digital Belgium Skills Fund (DBSF) has been investing in projects aimed at strengthening these digital skills, mainly those of socially vulnerable youth and (young) adults. It thus focuses primarily on the social and socio-economic integration of these groups. Many organisations and projects have already received a 'boost' from the DBSF and have achieved good results with a direct social impact.

Editorial - 10 years of European social economy

November 2022 will mark the tenth anniversary of the creation of Social Economy Europe as a European association. On 7 December 2022, we will celebrate this first decade of Social Economy Europe and the first year of the European Social Economy Action Plan at a public event in the European Parliament in Brussels. More social economy in Europe means more democracy and just transitions.

Podcast - Meaning and solutions: digital poverty

In the digital age, understanding, using and accessing technology is essential for health care, training and administrative procedures. How can we support those who are excluded and reach out to those in digital poverty? Nearly 40% of French people say they lack at least one basic digital skill, and this also concerns the under-30s.

Focus on this challenge, its realities and existing solutions.

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