Learning More About Our Rights


Learning More About Our Rights

Legal rights in social enterprise module

Our Learning Journey

We can always learn more about our legal rights and how to better realise them in our organisations and rural communities. Whether we are emerging, building or experienced in our journey and everyday practice.

One of the best ways to learn more about the work people are doing, whether rights are working in reality and how can improve them is to talk to people. For example, joining networks like the Rural Social Enterprise Hub network to hear about what social enterprises are working on, what problems are being identified and how we can work together.

Here are some examples of where you can learn more about legal rights.

Would you like to suggest a resource? Leave us a comment in the feedback section.

Sources of Further Information, Learning and Training

Sources of News

Sources of Inspiration and Networking

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Reflection Questions

  • What would you like to learn more about?
  • What does your organisation need to learn more about? And how will you action this?
  • Have you learned anything new about your learning style by interacting with this module?
  • How will you share the themes and your learning from this module?
  • How can you be a rights champion in your social enterprise or rural community?
  • What are the challenges of communicating rights in your context? 

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