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At the aftermath of the world crisis and subsequent forced major restructuring, severe economic shocks, high unemployment rates and grave gaps in the provision of public services, especially for the most vulnerable groups, social enterprises have emerged more dynamically and their role has been highly activated. As a source of self-employment while serving socio-economic development and driving social innovation, social entrepreneurship needs to be supported and sustainable.   

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