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février 1, 2019

Sommaire du rapport final des phases I et II du projet pilote CEFS

Les principaux objectifs du projet pilote relatif aux compétences essentielles et à la finance sociale (project pilote CEFS) étaient d’évaluer si l’obligation à impact social (OIS) constitue un modèle de prestation de service efficace pour accroître le niveau de compétences essentielles de Canadiens et Canadiennes au chômage, de déterminer sa viabilité économique et de comprendre les conditions optimales de développement et de la mise en œuvre d’un instrument financier de ce type au Canada.
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mai 23, 2015

Social Entrepreneurship – Considerations for Policy Makers and Practitioners

Over the last 10 years, the social entrepreneurship sector in Ireland has seen remarkable growth. In 2004, social entrepreneurship, as a concept and a practice, did not exist in any formalised way in Ireland. Today, in 2014, there are a growing number of individuals self-identifying as social entrepreneurs and many actors active in both working directly with these social entrepreneurs and in helping build an ecosystem of support for this emerging sector. However, the social entrepreneurship sector is still young and many questions on how best to support its continued growth and maximize its positive impact, remain. It is within... Lire la suite
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Étiquettes : Finance sociale
mai 23, 2015

Mobilizing Private Capital for Public Good: Priorities for Canada

The practice of impact investment (or social finance) is gaining domestic and international attention. Focused on directing private capital into projects and ventures whose aims are to deliver measurable social outcomes, impact investment has the potential to foster innovation in the social sector. It can be used to develop and test new ideas that may effectively tackle social challenges, and to scale up those that work.
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Étiquettes : Finance sociale