Bibliography of the SSE.E IVET training module n° 3 : Ethical and solidairty finance and resources
This document is the third part of a package of training modules aimed at promoting the Social Solidarity Economy at the level of Initial Vocational and Educational Training.These training modules are a tool for trainers working in IVET, from age 14 and to age 25; but also for other professionals operating at different levels of the training and education system and people and organisations working in the Social Solidarity Economy and who have an interest in developing actions in the field of education and training.
Here we share a list of resources which can be useful for trainers to know more about the topics covered in this module.
David Bollier, Patrick Conaty, january 2016 : Democratic Money and Capital for the Commons. Strategies for Transforming Neoliberal Finance Through Commons-Based Alternatives.
One of the more complicated, mostly unresolved issues facing most commons is how to assure the independence of commons when the dominant systems of finance, banking and money are so hostile to commoning. How can commoners meet their needs without replicating (perhaps in only modestly less harmful ways) the structural problems of the dominant money system?
Unrisd and IlO, July 2015 : Social and Solidarity Finance: Tensions, Opportunities and Transformative Potential. AN UNRISD WORKSHOP IN COLLABORATION WITH FES AND ILO.
Social and solidarity finance (SSF)—which includes a range of forms of finance and exchange that pursue a social mission—may offer less volatile, and therefore more sustainable, alternatives. At a time when the development community is deciding how to finance the ambitious post-2015 sustainable development agenda, the potential for SSF to contribute to a more stable financial system that is conducive to sustainable development should not be ignored.
Benjamin Quiñones,ILO, 2015 : Social and Solidarity Economy in Asia: A South-South and triangular cooperation perspective
Experts pointed out the complementarity between South-South and triangular cooperation and Social and Solidarity Economy as follows:
1) South-South partnerships between SSE stakeholders are inclusive. They involve a multi-stakeholder approach central to the mainstreaming of the Decent Work Agenda.
2) South-South and triangular arrangements can reinforce the impact of Social Solidarity Economy in national contexts. They can sustain wider regional and inter-regional networks and platforms for knowledge and experience sharing.
3) Existing SSE networks between countries from the South are inspiring initiatives.
Giacomo Pinaffo, Malcolm Hayday, Aurora Prospero, FEBEA, January 2015 : Review of impact assessment methodologies for ethical finance
Definition of ethical bank, presentation of actors involved in ethical bank, information about social indicators, example of social and environmental indicators
Marguerite Mendell, Rocio Nogales, 2013 : SOLIDARITY FINANCE: AN EVOLVING LANDSCAPE
Definition of solidarity finance, actors of solidarity finance, impact Investment,
ILO, October 2011 : Social and Solidarity Economy: Our common road towards Decent Work
Chapter 10 – Social Finance For Social Economy – specifically addresses better understanding about the financing of social economy organizations (SEOs) with case studies
Pim Engels, October 2009 : Mission Drift in Microfinance, the influence of institutional and country risk indicators on the trade-off between the financial and social performance of microfinance institutions.
Eva Varga, Malcom Hayday : A recipe book for social finance .A practical guide on designing and implementing initiatives to develop social finance instruments and markets
Chapter 2: Create a vision, define your goals and value added - 2.1. Approaches to social investment; this chapter refers to a check list of purposes of social investmente and advantages and disadvantages of social investment
Chapter 1-3=Key ingredients of the social investment ecosystem Viable business model. Other partners and stakeholders.
Patricia León, 2001 : Four pillars of financia sustainability
This publication describes the basic principles of financial sustainability. The main focus is given to 4 pillars (financial and strategic planning, income diversification, sound administration and finance, own income generation).
Solikon 2015 - Forum Solidarische Ôkonomie Berlin 2015 : Solikon 2015: Alternative Finanzierungsinstrumente auf Gegenseitigkeit
3 BLMedia, 2015 : BNY Mellon: Social Finance
Diference between social finance and conventional finance
Future Farmers Film, 2014 : Interview with Sjoerd Wartena - Founder of Terre de Liens
Positive Money, March 2014 : Series of video on the money system of Positive Money
Triodos Bank, 2013 : Triodos Bank in One Minute
Short description between conventional and ethical bank