Innovation is a key source of competitiveness and economic growth. This Erasmus+ funded project will develop a practical social innovation training kit to help VET trainers and mentors to experience the benefits of using social innovation in the workplace?
There has been considerable interest in the concept of social innovation in recent years. However, despite this interest, no common definition of social innovation has emerged. Whilst some definitions are very specific which then exclude many examples of social innovation, others are so broad that they include projects and organisations that are not particularly innovative, even if they are in some way social.
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