This article aims to contribute to the dialogue between the solidarity economy (SE) and feminist studies by identifying the main categories and scales used in se analysis, on the one hand, and in feminist studies on women’s organizations and their economic, social and political practices, on the other hand. This dialogue draws attention to the way in which the relations of production and social reproduction are articulated within se and shows how se practices renew the economic and the political, understood here as both categories of action and thought.