AoH at CEU, April,2018

Dear All, First of all I would like to congratulate you to the workshop. Yesterday when I went to the Auditorium at the end of the event, I was persuaded, seeing the smily faces, and the new friendships made during the three days, that this must have been a very successful week-end with full of experiences.


I would be happy to hear your personal opinions about it and the plans for the future.

Let’s meet sometimes next week, Wednesday-Friday. Let me know the time when you are both available.

In the meanwhile, could you please send me some photos of the event so I can post it on CEU’s FB group and web site?

Is it ok to use the photos public, did the participants signed a photo concern or had their verbal approval?

Thank you.





Deputy-director, Community Engagement Office

 Strasbourg: the Social Business Initiative conference.
This document was written by Matthieu Kleinschmager and myself as a contribution to a study on social innovation in Europe by the Bureau of European Policy Advisers (BEPA), a think tank connected with the Commission.
Our names are in footnote 1 of the document, but I have now also put them in the footer. The anonymity is a classic feature of life as a dedicated civil servant. Somebody higher up the hierarchical food chain often takes the credit, but this time it was just the ingrained habit of collective reflex.
I include the article again. It is also posted, extremely obscurely, on the AoH Ning site, in the European Commission group there - where there is more good material, so head on over and investigate, folks! I am aware that it belongs on the project stories page there, but I think that needs to be done by an administrator!