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This presentation discusses the role of social enterprise in working with migrant groups either as a way of supporting them directly or as a way of establishing business opportunities and self-help.
It was taken from a presentation by Alessio D’Angelo from Middlesex University who comments on this and place it in the perspective of not only the social enterprise movement itself but also other initiatives relating to employment, social value and overall policy on equality.
Alessio D’Angelo is a Lecturer in Social Sciences at Middlesex University. He has been working for several years as a freelance researcher and consultant for various Third Sector organisations and in 2009 was appointed Business and Community Interaction (BCI) ‘Champion’ for the Department of Social Sciences (Middlesex University), promoting and coordinating a number of activities in partnership with private and Third Sector organisations, including events, evaluations, consultancies, knowledge transfer and capacity building. He is a member of the Social Policy Research Centre (SPRC) and the TSRC Social Enterprise Research Capacity Building Cluster.