School of Social Economy


E1a - Total annual income of GP 2011/12
1,826,598.50 € (2011 budget)

E1b - How is this made up?
76% public funds
23% incomes from activities
1% financial return

E1c - Details of human resources
9 workers (4 out of them, women)

E1d - Details of technology
It counts on an e-learning platform. Every classroom is adaptedfor the use of new technologies (computers, wifi, filming, video-conferences, etc.) Workers use Skype for communication and a environmental policy has been applied in all administrative documents, already digitalised and paper-free. The initiative interacts in social networks such as Facebook and Twitter and counts on a stream-based channel: Economía Social TV ( )

E1e - Details of financial investment for start-up/early stage

E1f - Details of external support

E2 - If public funding were withdrawn, could the GP continue to exist?
Public funding does not mean in the case of this good practice that it is recipient of a global amount coming directly from the public budget, but simply that the organisation is quite active in attracting public funds. In case this contribution would be eventually shortened, the School, which is not over-dimensioned at all (only 9 workers) could fix less ambitious objectives and reduce its cooperation activities while keeping its main training activity.

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