The Hague, April 7, 2020 – Euclid Network has invited European Commission and European Council to continue to provide support to social enterprises and help them continue to provide the services that keep our society running. The COVID-19 pandemic is having a significant impact on all of us, but it is also expected that it will have impact on the 2.8 million social economy enterprises in Europe, businesses which trade for a social or environmental purpose. Social enterprises focus on the most vulnerable populations which are the first to be hit by the COVID-19 pandemic. With the overall economic slowdown social enterprises are at risk, and so are those depending on them. Therefore, building on the statement of the European partner ENSIE, Euclid Network, the European Network representing social enterprises, presented in the letter top 7 priorities to help social enterprises to continue to be able to carry out their crucial work.
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