Social Affairs

Furthermore, all issues related to economic growth and structural changes, taxation and the organisation of economic system, like services of general interests, regulation of energy markets, undeclared work and general questions of regulating of economy are therefore dealt with in this area. Easier access of micro-enterprises and women entrepreneurs indeveloping countries to financing, e.g. by advising and assisting SMEssupportingFinance institutions in underprivileged countries to obtain global loans from the EIB European Investment Bank.Enhancement of regional reforms for SMEs – ease of doing business and crisis management energy from renewable resources: the UNION wants access of SMEs to new technologies in the fields promote of energy production from renewable sources (sun, water, wind, waste) e.g. recycling plants “Waste to Gas, Bio-fuel and electricity”, small hydro power plants, wind parks, solar energy cells etc. Environment: Environmental policy has, until recently, mostly been directed towards larger businesses with high environmental impacts but this is no longer the case. SMEs and in particular micro-businesses, now so face specific problems in the area of environmental policy. The UNION will offer through it’s specialized member institutions to new environmental technical support for responding demands at the pace required. Information management, education & training for SME’s entrepreneurs information management: information management and knowledge networks can be lakes as permitting concepts the way between supplier and user of information to be shortened.

The UNION wants to help SMEs supporting institutions of to easier access to appropriate tools to floor the external knowledge according to is needs and to develop a new information and knowledge management process by assuring at optimum diffusion of this knowledge to its staff (and networking SMEs – business partner) in order to exploit the information and generate added value. Education and training of SME of entrepreneurs with a want special emphasis on women entrepreneurs in developing countries the UNION, in close co-operation with the International University of Entreprenology and other reputed institutions,: affiliate and work diligently with other international organisations, agencies, institutions, schools, colleges and universities sharing our vision, ideals and commitment to Ford herring appropriate economic growth and development proliferation through the presentation and contingent of quality education and training. Continue to develop, refine, update and implement appropriate diploma, degree and professional certification programs through our global affiliations. Provide entrepreneurs, entreprenologists, Visioneers and VisionEngineers with the business tools essential to success, growth and longevity and to do so in a timely and cost effective manner.Develop, maintain and support, with the assistance and support of our affiliates, appropriate global resource networks beneficial to entrepreneurs, entreprenologists, Visioneers and VisionEngineers around the world. In a question-answer forum John Blondel was the first to reply. Employment and Social Affairs the UNION wants to monitor the development of social policy in industrialised countries, including the renewed social agenda, the employment strategy and the modernization, for example, the European social model which has, over the years, become one of the main pillars of European action, reinforced by the integrated Lisbon strategy for growtand jobs. The Union wants so: update, inform and advise the Union’s member organisations on a regular basis, play active role in consultative status at UN organisations (e.g. ILO), in order to defend the opinions and interests of it’s member organisations and institutions across the broad range of issues within global social policy. Prof. Dr. Norbert W. Kapoor Secy.-General, WUSME Conference Committee