We take the collection, storage and use of personal data very seriously. All data collected through CALIN is processed and stored in accordance with the Data Protection Act 1998 and the new General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR). For further information, please visit http://calin.wales/privacy-policy

























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An enterprise with primarily social objectives whose surpluses are principally reinvested for that purpose in the enterprise or in the community, rather than being driven by the need to maximise profit for shareholders and owners.


As defined recommendation 2003/362/EC. A category of micro, small and medium-sized enterprise employing fewer than 250 persons and which has an annual turnover not exceeding EUR 50 million, and/or an annual balance sheet total not exceeding EUR 43 million.
SMEs can be autonomous, partner or linked enterprises. Guidance on the definition of these categories and on calculating headcount and turnover can be found at: http://ec.europa.eu/growth/smes/business-friendly-environment/sme-definition/index_en.htm



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This equal opportunities information should be provided for the owners of the enterprise supported. If information is not available for owners, information should be provided for directors or senior managers.

Ethnic origin questions are not about nationality, place of birth or citizenship. They are about broad ethnic groups. Black and Minority Ethnic groups include people who may face barriers because of their ethnic origin, in accessing opportunities in Wales and Ireland.

The Social Model of Disability recognises that disabled people are people with impairments who are disabled by their environment. This Model is recognised by disabled people and was formally adopted by the Welsh Government in 2002.
The Social Model of Disability makes the important difference between ‘impairment’ and ‘disability’. It recognises that people with impairments are disabled by the barriers that commonly exist in a society. In simple terms, it is not the inability to walk that prevents a person entering a building unaided but the existence of stairs that are inaccessible to a wheelchair-user. In other words, 'disability' is socially constructed. The Social Model of Disability requires society to remove the barriers in order that all people have equality. Further information can be found at http://www.disabilitywales.org/

Owners should be asked whether they consider themselves to be a disabled person because of the barriers (attitudinal, environmental and organisational) which prevent them from participating fully in all areas of life.















































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