ACR+ member OVAM is presenting the outcomes of the 'Circular Work(t)!' program, launched in 2020 to unite the social and circular economy forces. Twelve circular social centers were established across Flanders, each comprising three main partners: a local government, the regular economy, and the social economy. These centers played a vital role in driving circular social entrepreneurship at the local level, fostering collaborations and developing pilot projects. Additionally, a learning network was set up to provide further support to circular social centers.  
Other noteworthy outcomes include the initiation of 77 pilot routes connecting the circular economy and the social economy, the submission of 87 grant applications (of which 45 have already been approved), the launch of 162 prototypes and pilot projects, and the organisation of 201 events with approximately 7 500 participants. 
Source: (in Flemish) 
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