Inclusion and sustainability
In the previous rambling, I mentioned my regeneration knowledge and experience. I also have social and digital inclusion experience. I was managing and supporting projects, which were designed to economically empower and socially include local residents.
The aim of the organisation was from a free market perspective, providing a platform (free internet to access local authority services) then pay for general use of the internet.The local residents, were required to pay for their equipment (laptops and PC). Whereas if this was from a interventionalist perspective the internet and the equiptment would have been paid for, though it would have been processed through a eligibility criteria.
The point is, there is much talk about creating or making the black economies more cohesive, though I think it’s from a free market perspective rather than a interventionalist perspective. I feel it can work in this respect. My concern is whether or not…
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