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Social Enterprise NI reappointed to manage the Social Economy Work Programme (SEWP) for the next 3 years.

Having managed the Work Programme since 2012, Social Enterprise NI are delighted to be formally recognised and reappointed by the Minister for the Economy as the representative body responsible for driving the growth of the social economy in Northern Ireland.

We would like to thank all our members and partners from across multiple sectors locally and further afield for their ongoing support. This provides us with further opportunities to raise the awareness of the sector through our ongoing work on social value legislation, our pursuit of a long-term strategy to support the sector in NI and our willingness to work with others to ensure that the social economy supports the development and roll out of the Community Wealth Building agenda.

"We are at a pivotal moment and a crossroads for supporting the local social economy. We are committed to establishing and positioning the sector at the heart of the NI economy. We look forward to working collaboratively with the Minister for the Economy to help deliver on his vision for the NI economy.

It was great that @IncredABLE could host todays' announcement by the Economy Minister Connor Murphy. Minister Murphy took the opportunity to chat in-depth with Nigel Hampton, CEO about the work and #socialimpact of his organisation.

IncredABLE are an impressive #SocialEnterprise operating a very commercially focused and highly effective #SocialValuePartnership with Armagh City, Banbridge and Craigavon Borough Council

#TeamSENI are extremely proud to continue the work to further grow & sustain the #SocialEnterprise sector.

Some of the elements of the Social Economy Work Programme which will be offered include:

·       Capacity building workshops

·       Meet the procurer events.

·       International mentoring opportunities

·       Marketing & promotion support

·       Exporting support

·       Social enterprise world accreditation

·       Social impact measurement toolkit

To be kept informed and updated about how to be involved with the SEWP and become a member of Social Enterprise NI, please sign up to our newsletter on our website or email directly the relevant member of the team regarding any query you may have Who we are | Social Enterprise NI | Staff profiles

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