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  • ...local people, working together with other identified communities in inter-community and inter-regional cooperation to identify and work toward principled solut *[[en/Community Enterprise]]
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  • #REDIRECT [[en/Community Development]]
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  • ...seeks greater equity in international trade. It contributes to sustainable development by offering better trading conditions to, and securing the rights of, margi ...adopted by the [[en/UNCTAD]] ([[en/United Nations Conference on Trade and Development]]) to put the emphasis on the establishment of fair trade relations with th
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  • ...local people, working together with other identified communities in inter-community and inter-regional cooperation to identify and work toward principled solut *[[en/Community Enterprise]]
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  • #REDIRECT [[en/Community Development]]
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  • ...y members bringing employment, income, equity, and self-sufficiency to the community. *[[en/Community Development]]
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  • ...orking, strategies to identify and solve community issues, and funding for community projects. *[[en/Community Development]]
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  • ...es ownership to community members and empowers people to develop their own community. *[[en/Community Development]]
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  • "for all those aspects of life that this community needs in order to sustain itself and thrive, how are we going to significan ...i.e. food, energy and so on... The Transition Guide to Food is already in development
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  • ...es]] ([[en/Workers' cooperatives]], [[en/Consumers' cooperatives]] etc.)), community based organization (such as [[en/non-profit organisations]]) or smaller... ...ave emerged in the last decades and that are part of SSE are for instance: community supported agriculture, consumer coops, fair trade initiatives, solidarity f
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  • ...tatives, managers, and employees so they can contribute effectively to the development of their co-operatives. They inform the general public - particularly young '''7th Principle: Concern for Community'''
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  • ...nd tools, financing services to projects which create sustainable economic development and social integration. ...ission is to leverage the financial tool for an equitative and sustainable development.
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  • ...omy|solidarity economy]] consisting of regional networks at the autonomous community level (such as Catalonia and Extremadura) and sectorial networks. Juridica ...f the corporation, customers, suppliers, local, national and international community....)
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  • ...roup equity [[en/co-ops]] and their members for the purpose of promoting a community oriented cooperative movement. ...liates have been working with students, worker-owners, activists, and [[en/community]] members who are interested in applying [[en/cooperative]] principles to m
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  • .../Fair Trade]] commitment to eradicate poverty through sustainable economic development; pioneering social and environmental policy and practice and continual rein ...community of pioneering and passionate change-makers, responsible for the development of the sustainable [[en/Fair Trade]] economy, for the good of us all.
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  • Commons are resources used and managed jointly by people according to community-rules preventing the resources from damage, overuse and privatization. In t ...sic, performing arts, visual arts, design, film, video, television, radio, community arts and sites of heritage. The commons can also include ‘public goods’
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  • ...uses are principally reinvested for that purpose in the business or in the community, rather than being driven by the need to maximise profit for shareholders a Recently the UK government has introduced a legal structure for a Community Interest Company (CIC) which is specifically been tailored for social enter
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  • ...ion caused traffic, pollution, crime, and a degradation of the traditional community. Many people in the city became isolated and stressed. As business took pri ...hat a private or public inspection body would be an unwelcome and unneeded development in their autonomous systems.
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  • ...h America network of socially responsible businesses, comprised of over 80 community networks with over 21,000 independent business members across the U.S. and ...state, national, and international resources to this new model of economic development.
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  • ...atory Budgeting. Washington: The International Bank for Reconstruction and Development/The World Bank<) ...ies for greater efficiency in the allocation of public funds and increased community cohesion.
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  • A Community Futures Workshops programme is a community development process designed to identify a Community Futures Workshops, which aim to initiate and focus local development.
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  • ...unity|communities]] instead of nation-states as active players of economic development. ...ocal economic development''' was then coined to refer to specific economic development models which focused on the reinforcement of economic activities within a c
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  • ...Economy are often overlapping. The Social Economy and in particular the Community Economy (on local level) are evolving out of the Shadow Economy by putting Birkhölzer, K. (2008): Local Economic Development and its Potential. Berlin: [http://www.technet-berlin.de www.technet-berlin
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  • The terms ‘local economy’ and `local economic development’ have a double meaning. ...wait and see) it could be characterised as ‘endogenous’ development or development ‘from below and within’.
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  • ...ed immediately. As in other project developments, new ideas need further development and professional help - mainly on two aspects: (a) There is often a need for technical development especially if the project or social enterprise touches on more complicated
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  • ...ral Step]] USA, triple bottom line is becoming the standard for urban and community accounting and the dominant approach to public sector full cost accounting. ...form of criticism is noting that theso-called three pillars of sustainable development (profit, planet, people) are hierarchized in a system's view of how they op
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  • ...riety of aspects, such as planning for sustainability, water use, economic development, parks, and/or land-use. [[Category:en/Tool]] [[Category:Community Development]]
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  • ...nes too. Read more here. It is astonishing that so many members of the aid community have ignored tax for so long. Action on international taxation is, quite si ...et Tax Justice Network] defends Tax Justice as the most effective tool for development and democracy.
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  • ...agination of previous generations. Yet, lacking in the wisdom of place and community that is the heritage of many indigenous peoples, the cultures we call mains ...majority of people are denied basic opportunities for personal and social development. A growing body of research evidence suggests that societies that share wea
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  • ...is used in a wide range of contexts, including the fields of international development, healthcare, and political science. Quality of life should not be confused ...on from GDP measures towards alternative measures both at macro (ex: Human Development Index, Index of Sustainable Economic Welfare, Genuine Progress Indicator) a
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  • ...ts and mistrust between local communities and the state became widespread. Community-based management was largely substituted by practices imposed through state ...d scientific evidence and capable of meeting the needs of conservation and development.
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  • ...overlapping sources can be identified as having driven the conception and development of Degrowth: ...elopment. Anthropology and development studies have shown that the idea of development has been imposed as universal by western culture. Growth and unbalanced exc
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  • ...e-supporting ecosystems is crucial in maintaining options for future human development. Resilience, for social-ecological systems, has three defining elements: (1 ...resilience. Managing for resilience enhances the likelihood of sustaining development in a changing world where surprise is likely. The focus is on maintaining t
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  • ...ntral to the resolution of complex issues. Consequently, PNS calls for the development of new norms of evidence and discourse, where knowledge is extended to peer ...es the creation of conditions to identify, involve and engage the relevant community, thus entering the realm of participatory processes. The contribution of so
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  • ...tional, free-enterprisers‖ (Hardin, 1968) Hardin gives an example in the development of maritime fisheries. ―Maritime nations still respond automatically to t ...ngle individual or private firm has full claims to determine use patterns; community or common property ownership (where a group of individuals shares rights to
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  • ...sa conjunta de posesión de títulos formada en colaboración con Riverton Community Housing.
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  • ...Mc Whirter e., (1991). Empowerment in counseling. Journal of Counseling & Development, 69. 222-227 cités in Centre d'excellence pour la santé des femmes (CESAF ...ntrôle <ref>A. Eisen, (1994). Survey of neighborhood-based, comprehensive community empowerment initiatives. Health Education Quaterly, 21 (2), 235-252, cités
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  • ...保有する合弁会社であり、リバートン地域住宅(Riverton Community Housing)との提携の上で結成された。
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  • 1980년 후반에, 캠퍼스 생협 진흥 회사 (Campus Cooperative Development Corporation, CCDC) 와 NASCO 프로퍼티즈 (NASCO Properties, NP )라고
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  • ...conjunta de possuição de títulos formada en colaboração com Riverton Community Housing.
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