Do Governments Now Run The Social Enterprise Agenda?
Wed, March 28, 2007; 12:00 - 14:00
Governments increasingly encourage the social enterprise movement, lauding its potential for efficiency and innovation. Government purchasing is being directed at the movement to encourage it to ‘step up to the mark’ but these efforts are accompanied by more stringent contracting obligations undermining the reasons for their success.
The session will provide an opportunity for policy makers and social entrepreneurs to open up the debate about state/social enterprise relations.