I see great potential and a genuine need for Euclid Network as the expectations on and challenges for the European non-profit and social enterprise sector continue to increase. The need to interact across borders in Europe is greater than ever. With hard work and a clear strategic direction, we can build on the ground-breaking achievements of Euclid to bring civil society leaders and social entrepreneurs together for a stronger Europe.
Euclid Network has launched a new network for organisations dedicated to promoting social enterprise in Europe!
Organised in partnership with Social Enterprise NL (Netherlands) and MOUVES (France), our launch meeting brought together 28 leaders from 16 organisations across 14 countries.
We gathered national networks such as the Asociación Española de Emprendedores Sociales (Spain) and POSECO (Belgium), development & support organisations including Social Entrepreneurs Ireland and Social Entrepreneurship Initiative and Foundation (Switzerland). Together, we tried to get to the heart of the social enterprise movement with all its opportunities and challenges.Read more...
Merry Christmas from Euclid Network!
Our office will be closed for the holiday from 22 December 2014 to 5 January 2015. We would like to thank all our members, partners and supporters across Europe and beyond for your contributions and commitment throughout the year.
We wish you a Happy New Year and look forward to working with you again in 2015!
Microfinance has proven to be an effective way of improving the living conditions for people, their families and aims at contributing to the economic and regional development of a country. For this reason the European Union is providing a grant of €1.8 million to enable a microcredit network to start operating in Tunisia, the first of its kind.Read more...
An empowered civil society is crucial to democracy, development and sustainability. Civil Society Peer Exchanges is therefore proud to announce the three winners of its competition who will have the opportunity to visit the UK for further peer development, turning their ideas into practical solutions to concrete issues.
We launched a competition in July 2014 to find innovative, sustainable and transferable solutions from within civil society that would have real impact on the ground. The competition was centred around three key issues: Policy-Making and Advocacy; Transparency and Accountability; Financial Sustainability.Read more...