En una era de profundos cambios sociales y tecnológicos, las empresas están apostando por estrategias de RRHH que les permitan atraer y gestionar exitosamente el talento, combinando objetivos de diversidad e inclusión.
Celebramos esta jornada con el objetivo de acercar a la empresa española los retos y oportunidades que supone poner en marcha cadenas de suministro incluyentes, así como las limitaciones a los que se enfrentan los productores rurales en países en desarrollo.
We celebrate this conference with the aim of bringing Spanish companies closer to the challenges and opportunities of setting up inclusive supply chains, as well as the limitations faced by rural producers in developing countries.
This free course is designed to help professionals in the development and design of inclusive businesses so that through innovative ideas they can contribute to the improvement of living conditions of the most vulnerable.
In recent years, companies and organisations within civil society have gradually recognised inclusive businesses as a possible means of combining the traditional interests of the business sector and achieving a more fair and balanced society.
This course is aimed at NGOs, companies and other Spanish organisations that wish to find out about new financing opportunities through the EU, through subsidies for social projects as well as public tenders for consultancy and technical assistance.
On 17 October we shall be launching the Impact Assessment of Public Policies and Development Programmes course. The teaching staff responsible for the training comprises a team from BID and FOMIN.
We are organising a “Economic and Territorial Development Forum: opportunities and challenges for a sustainable and peaceful Cauca”, aimed at public bodies, the private sector and civil society.
A conference entitled “Technologies and services for the base of the pyramid: challenges and keys with which to maximise their social impact” took place in Madrid on November 6, 2014, from 9.00 a.m. to 5.00 p.m.