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CSR and social economy in Belgium

A summary of social economy, the Belgian situation with the social economic sector and CSR in the private sector.
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Peter Thijs

on 12 March 2014

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Transcript of CSR and social economy in Belgium

ECONOMY
consumers
suppliers
maximize benefit
maximize profit
benefit = profit ?
SOCIAL ECONOMY
the 'third' sector
private sector
Social economy
Sustainability
1. Priority for labour over capital;
2. democratic decisions;
3. societal integration;
4. transparancy;
5. quality;
6. sustainability.
(VOSEC, 1998)
Employment
(integration)
- Sheltered work places;
- social work places;
- work experience companies;
- cooperations;
- incorporation companies.
Local services
economy
- Individual services
- Collective services
- Additional household care
- additional child care;
- transport and shopping services;
- sowing, washing and ironing services;
- service cheques companies.
- Servicing bycicle stalls;
- social restaurants;
- maintanance of greeneries and neighbourhouds;
- maintanance of bycicle and walking paths .
Cooperations
- Voluntary and open membership;
- democratic supervision by members;
- economic participation by members;
- autonomy and independent;
- education and informational services;
- cooperations between cooperations;
- attention to society.
coaching and
counseling
- Financial backing;
- start centres;
- support centres;
- general representatives and federations.
Corporate social responsibility
stakeholders
environment
government
consumers
citizens
media
suppliers
shareholders
labour unions
action groups
competitors
triple bottom line
profit
people
planet
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[ Corporate social responsibility refers to an economy not only focused on creating additional value for customers, shareholders or the manangment, but also creating addtional value for a complete society. ]
consumers and suppliers
benefit = profit = benefit = profit = ...
new
engine
Social economy in Belgium
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