The seminar reflected on the challenges of social innovation and addressed how to learn about the innovative projects in other cities Europe.
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WILCO partners of the University of Kent are holding a roundtable about social welfare innovation in Birmingham.
WILCO research project had its own session at the 4th EMES International Research Conference in Liège on July 1st, 2013. Researchers used the opportunity to present WILCOs research objectives as well as findings so far.
This event offered an opportunity to check the relevance of the WILCO approach with other researchers, who showed great interest in the project.
WILCO and social entrepreneurship researchers are going to present empirical findings so far and discuss theoretical implications on two panels with international researchers.