The Social and Solidarity Economy has developed pedagogical tools for different audiences throughout its history and in many places: schools, universities, trade unions, peasant and / or indigenous communities, associations, etc. around the world. These guides, manuals, courses, videos cover a wide range of topics: what is fair trade? a responsible purchasing guide for local authorities, how to create a cooperative? a CSA? You will find all this in this map that allows you to see at a glance where the information comes from and what theme it is related to: health, housing, food, etc.
This map was created at the request of the Curriculum Global Ecosol Campaign, an educational initiative bringing together researchers and educators from 44 organizations in 18 countries from the South and North to coordinate and produce a Global Curriculum for the Social and Solidarity Economy (the red dots ont the map represent these organizations).
It seeks to implement a global program based on a core of socio-economic principles and sustainable practices that are relevant around the world and can be adapted to the different needs that arise in the territories given the diversity of cultures and existing practices.