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#WeBuySocialEU - Socially responsible public procurement #3

Public buyers across Europe are starting to take advantage of these opportunities and demonstrate real social impact in their purchasing. This is the case of City of Toledo, Spain, that required bidders to accept gender equality requirements when tendering out gardening services.

For more information on how the social aspects of the EU Public Procurement Directives were transposed at a national level, plus further good practices on SRPP, with a particular focus on access to public markets by social economy enterprises, see the report Making socially responsible public procurement work. 71 good practice cases.

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