El Mercado Social de Andalucía: construyendo una red de producción, distribución y consumo bajo criterios de sostenibilidad
|Leading agency:||Red de Redes de Economía Alternativa y Solidaria de Andalucía|
|Area(s) of intervention:||Province of Sevilla, Cordoba, Huelva, Granada and Málaga|
|Total budget:||€ 31.250|
|NOPLANETB contribution:||€ 28.125|
|Starting date:||1st of November 2018|
Summary of the project
This Project intends to contribute to guaranteeing modalities of production and consumption (ODS12). In Andalusia there exist several initiatives of networks and markets for local, ecological and fair trade products. However, these initiatives are fragmented so they only reach a very specific sector of society. The activities envisaged for this project seek to increase the number of people who know this type of suppliers and experiences, as well as to improve the visibility, formation, coordination and synergies among the sustainable production organizations of Andalusia. To this effect, the intention is to bring together these initiatives under the umbrella of the Social Market of Andalusia, as a network of production distribution and consumption of goods and services, connecting the different initiatives in a single circuit, shared and coherent with the principles of Social and Solidary Economy. In this way there will exist the capacity to organize fairs, workshops to develop awareness and formation, as well as to promote the Thematic Focus on Social Markets in the Third International Congress for Social and Solidary Economy that is being organized by the University of Córdoba and REAS Andalusia, planned for December, 2018.
- 45 Entities of REAS Andalucía
- 50 Andalusian Solidarity Economy Entities
- 500 Citizenship
- 3 Public administration
The social market of Andalucía constitutes an ecosystem of entities that promote production, distribution and consumption under sustainability criteria. The numerous awareness-raising activities implemented by REAS (Network of Alternative and Solidarity Economy Networks in Andalusia) have brought citizens closer to these initiatives of networks and markets of local, organic and fair-trade products, thus raising awareness on the ways to put (social and environmental) sustainability at the centre of our economic activity.