SDN Bulgaria presented its activities in Brussels

The event was organised within the frames of the Bulgarian presidency of the Council of the EU

The Forum "Social Innovations for Inclusive Society" was held on June the 12th in  Brussels, Belgium.

The Bulgarian Ministry of Education and Science with the support of Club Young Scientists organised the forum in the frames of the Bulgarian Presidency of the Council of the EU.


The keynote participants showcased different positive examples for social enterprises, social innovations, and digital solutions for social inclusion and shared views and ideas on opportunities and challenges for enhancing EU collaboration in the area.

Mrs. Eleonora Carnasa, representative of the Sevice Design Network Chapter in Bulgaria presented the activities of the chapter and the new social innovations platform that is to be launched in November 2018 and is being developed applying the service design approach. 

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