Social Enterprise

Social Enterprise: A New Model for Poverty Reduction and Employment Generation is a report that finds that traditional development initiatives in post-communist states often focus on bolstering the private sector or the state, while ignoring organisations that combine for-profit activities with social aims. The report suggests a number of ways to promote social enterprises in transition countries. These include efforts to make the legal and political environments more favourable, holding outreach and advocacy initiatives that engage decision-makers and the public, setting up agencies specifically designed to support social enterprises, and providing ‘seed money’ and small grants aiming to sustain social enterprises.

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