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Abstract

The feminist analysis of social and solidarity economy (SSE) practices in the six cases studied in the project (see box) has found that, in the face of destructive patriarchal capitalism, SSE practices may contribute to the valorization of women's work, strengthening of social ties, and the protection of life as such. Under certain conditions, SSE practices may also contribute to the formation of political subjects capable of challenging patriarchal capitalist structures towards greater recognition and more rights. While marked with challenges, SSE practices may thus form part of collective struggles for equitable and more sustainable societies.

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