The social economy in the service of the First Nations – Support for mobilization around collective entrepreneurship

Through meetings, training and presentations of tools, accompaniment is provided to the community or a group of its members to take ownership of the formulas for success of cooperation and mobilization.

 

The approach includes the appreciation of the community’s needs, challenges and opportunities, and explores various initiatives including social economy enterprise projects promoting the development of the community and the well-being of its members.

Target audience :

  • General directors
  • Health directors
  • Directors of social services
  • Interveners who work with at-risk youth
  • Leisure services
  • Youth centre interveners
  • Parents
  • General public
  • Elected officials and other individuals, groups, organizations and interveners interested in community development
  • Secondary school administrations