This year’s edition of the TCP Forum (Towards Collaborative Practice) focused mainly on Social Entrepreneurship for Local Impact and Solidarity. 64 people from 21 countries, representing NGOs, businesses, formal and non-formal education, vocational training and many more, joined in to connect and dive into the challenges that these two themes bring up. They shared stories, examples of successful projects and field visits to relevant social businesses who take part in the movement already.
How to transform and catch up with the current infrastructure, business models and principles in banking.
The real question: how does one create a win-win situation between profit and sustainable practices?
Youth entrepreneurship is a solution that must be nurtured, offered support and given space.