In the SEWF Resource Library you’ll find examples of social enterprise policies, strategies, and studies that capture national, regional, and local action on social enterprise development. In certain cases, these documents provide insight into the characteristics and features of social enterprise in a country or state. These resources also highlight various geographic and thematic focal points across the social enterprise movement. In other cases, they explain how and why social enterprise policies have been developed in different regions.
This list is not exhaustive, but is intended to capture the essence of the vast policy work occurring around the world to advance the social enterprise movement.
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