What can Wales learn from the Basque experience?
Do you want to know more about how the social economy can benefit communities, but can’t make our full day conference? We are holding a live audience webinar with our very own Chris Bolton (Good Practice Exchange manager, @whatsthepont [open in new window]), in partnership with Wales Co-operative Centre. You are welcome to attend in person or tune in remotely through our live link.
Why this topic?
Recently Chris went to the Basque Country in Spain as part of his Winston Churchill Memorial Trust Travelling Fellowship [opens in new window]. What Chris shared through his series of blogs made the Good Practice Exchange team think ‘Wow! we need to share this with public services in Wales’. There’s so much that public services can take from and adapt to suit their own circumstances.
Here are the series of blogs from Chris’s experiences:
- Many Thanks, Panic Buttons and Dunning Kruger [opens in new window]
- Cooperative Entrepreneurs Boot Camp. Mondragon Team Academy [opens in new window]
- GUREAK. A Basque Social Labour Inclusion Flagship, ‘Here with Ours’ [opens in new window]
- Planting Oak Trees to Build Future Ships [opens in new window]
- Ikastola. Do Cooperative Schools Create a Cooperative Society? [opens in new window]
- What’s normal for the spider is chaos for the fly. Power shift and co-production [opens in new window]
- The Panelfisa Paradox. What widget making teaches us about sustainable human development [opens in new window]
- Over 50’s Social Entrepreneurs Bootcamp. Use voluntary early retirement payoffs for something different [opens in new window]
- Ocean Spray Cranberry Cooperative. Are some things better suited to being a cooperative? [opens in new window]
- IMAGINE – everyone working towards a common aim, the benefit of Future Generations [opens in new window]
Who is the webinar for?
- Public Service Board Members
- Senior decision makers involved in service design and tackling the big challenges facing Welsh society
- Academics interested in cooperative businesses, and
- Practitioners delivering innovation, social business and cooperative activities.
Where and when
Monday 3 December 2018
Wales Audit Office, 24 Cathedral Road, Cardiff CF11 9LJ
To register for the webinar, please complete our online booking form. We provide a delegate privacy notice, telling you how we deal with your personal data as part of the registration process. It is also available on our Forthcoming Events page
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If you are attending in person there will be a sandwich supper for attendees. For further information on the event, please email firstname.lastname@example.org