Join us on this long journey of collaboration among social economy actors to support the most vulnerable groups.
MoreThanAJob travels to Jordan to learn about local initiatives that aim to create growth opportunities in their areas.
With MoreThanAJob we have been working to support the development of cooperation mechanisms between social economy actors and public administration for more effective welfare services and initiatives to enhance the social and employment inclusion of vulnerable groups.
MoreThaAJob’s online portal was developed to provide SSE actors and public administrations with a platform where to exchange information on their work and initiatives.
Artigianato Interculturale offers a training path to recover craft skills by combining tradition and digital techniques for the development of social enterprises and a new business model for street sellers.
Increasing the level of social and labour inclusion of people with a migrant background by strengthening the collaboration between public and private actors in order to enhance social and welfare services for them: discover The Game – Orientation to the Future.
Promoting the social economy through the development of networks and synergies between different actors working on the territory to foster the social inclusion and employment of the most vulnerable groups: this is the main objective of MoreThanAJob!
The European Commission adopted the Social Economy Action Plan, running until 2030, putting forward concrete measures to help mobilise the full potential of the social economy. Read more about how MoreThanAJob can help achieve these goals.
In November 2020, the 42 Member States of the Union for the Mediterranean declared the 28th of November as the official Day of the Mediterranean calling upon the entire Mediterranean community to celebrate the lasting legacy of this age-old agora of cultural dialogue, wisdom and humanism.
Starting from the needs of the territory, the meeting held on 5 October within MoreThanAJob was a moment of debate on the opportunities for local welfare services and on what is the role of public-private cooperation in the process of recovery.
The international evaluation committee of the MoreThanAJob project has officially selected the 10 project proposals that will be sub-granted in the partner countries.
What can social economy do for social and labour inclusion? Learn more about the topics of the second seminar of the MoreThanAJob project.
CESIE is looking for two experts for the evaluation of proposals received by third actors within the call for sub-grants published as part of Morethanajob project.
The first seminar of MoreThanAJob project focused on how to improve the cooperation between SSE actors and public institutions in order to develop effective and innovative services capable of responding to the social and economic challenges of our society.
The training-the-trainers organised by EUROTRAINING is part of a 3-cycle of workshops on how to enhance knowledge and competences among Social and Solidarity Economy (SSE) actors to effectively cooperate with public actors in the development of innovative welfare and support services.