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In protecting human dignity, the Social Economy pursues the principles of social justice, solidarity, social inclusion, reciprocity between individuals and organizations that constitute it, such as Cooperatives, Mutualist Associations, Foundations, Misericórdias, IPSS, NGOs and others Social Solidarity Associations, which contribute to sustainable development and improving the well-being of people and communities, valuing their democratic participation.

The Basic Law of the Social Economy (LBES), Law No. 30/2013, of May 8, unanimously approved by the Assembly of the Republic, on March 15, 2013, which establishes the general bases, applies to these organizations. of the legal regime of the social economy, as well as measures to encourage its activity based on its own principles and purposes, pursuing the general interest of society.

Through innovative solutions, the Social Economy can respond to social and environmental challenges, encouraging the use of digital technologies and cooperative platforms, promoting the circular economy, social cohesion and the generation of sustainable jobs. These are the values and ethical principles of the Social Economy, which promote respect and protect human dignity, regardless of origin, race, gender, religion, sexual orientation, or any other characteristic, protecting human rights and offering equal opportunities.


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