This scholarly article seeks to explore the role of civil society in new urban governance arrangements that will hopefully contribute to counter the trends towards social exclusion.
This article seeks to contribute to a conceptualization of social innovation in urban development. Social innovation is understood as both a normative and analytical concept in the formation and analysis of solutions to social exclusion problems in European cities and one with an eventual input into the development of new social integration strategies. Read the Entire Article
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Thousands of social enterprises in the UK are emerging and they are employing more than one million people. According to the trade body Social Enterprise UK (SEUK)’s estimates, these social businesses contribute £24 billion to the economy.