Torino Social Impact is increasingly establishing itself in Europe as a virtuous partnership model for strengthening the local ecosystem with social impact, thanks to the plan for relations with the European institutions launched in 2019.

In this framework, Torino Social Impact is one of the keynote speakers at the event “New challenges, new innovations, new solidarities – Social Economy in the fight against COVID 19″ on September 24, the first of the eight major digital conferences organised by the European Commission in view of the European Social Economy Summit scheduled for May 26-27 in Mannheim, and was selected by the European Commission as the organiser of one of the panels of the last conference, scheduled for April 29 and entitled “Partnerships for maximising social impact”.

A key milestone in the definition of the future Action Plan for the Social Economy, the Summit aims to promote the contribution of the social economy to economic development, inclusion, green and digital transitions.

The “Digital Road to Mannheim” consists of eight online events. Each Roadmap event focuses on a specific topic and aims to connect different social economy actors in Europe in a highly interactive format, present best practices and use cases, and provide information in interactive sessions of changemakers across Europe.

Digital Road to Mannheim: