School of Social Economy


D1 - Please describe how the GP communicated its experience and success to the public
The website is the most frequent communication tool. Moreover, the School counts on a reserved space in the on-line magazine ES-informa ( ) and welcomes any kind of invitation to masters, workshops, study visits, etc. For example, "Master in supportive economy", "Master in Territorial Employment Policies", Seminar "Equality and Opportunities" organised by the University of Huelva, Seminar "Icaro Think Tank", and so on. A compilation of videos taken during our activities serves us for dissemination purposes.

D2 - Please describe how the GP communicated with local or national decision makers?
Taking into account that CAPES and FAECTA are the organisations boosting the project, the communication /lobby with local and national decisión-makers is theirs. However, in local terms, the School is committed with Osuna. The City Major chairs the most important events organised by the School and an agreement has been signed so that certain spaces of the School could be used for the celebration of events, seminars and exhibitions organisez by either the Municipality or the local associations.

D3 - Are there any elements of this project that you think would transfer particularly well to other contexts?
Anything could be transferred and adapted to different realities by just shaping its scope to the context, especially the different training programmes.

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