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    ANIS2013_Policy dialogue_Jorge Carrillo Rodriguez ANIS2013_Policy dialogue_Jorge Carrillo Rodriguez Presentation Transcript

    • Disclaimer The views expressed by the moderators do not necessarily reflect the position or policies of TSEO
    •  Provide enabling environment and stimulate cooperation among social enterprises Facilitate impact of scalable social enterprise via incubation system and social investment market  Policy Dialogue   Policy direction  Networking
    •      Conversation/brainstorming Feedback from practitioners on needs and solutions Opportunity to influence policies Not an exchange of experience or description of practices Not a formulation of policies but a discussion of ideas that inform policy-making
    •      Social innovation Social enterprise are for-profit organizations NGOs, CSOs, Charities, community-based organizations, etc Policies vs. guiding principles There is no perfect policy
    •  Demand and supply as the basis for policy formulation  Identify/map out  Needs  What’s available to satisfy those needs  Who can provide/deliver it  Gaps
    •  Provider  Intermediary  Enabler  Advocator  Regulator  Coordinator
    •  Facilitation/enabling  Building capacity  Knowledge transfer  Networking  Finance  Access to sources of funding/donors  Seed funding  Scaling  How: Scaling up or scaling out  What: Impact vs income
    • DEMAND      SE support still lacking Tools for social enterprise Facilitation of access to new technology Revenue stream for SE Need for replicable, feasible and viable business model SUPPLY      Enabling environment for SE Broker for social investment Provide capacity building and crosssector collaboration Design social entrepreneur exchange program Criteria to distinguish SE       Finance evidence Social evidence How to move policies to practices: lack of tool kit Resources available more than projects Strategy on social welfare for the aging, rural, marginalized How to balance impacts throughout the society