MoreThanAJob: selected projects under the call for sub-grants

Wednesday 22 September 2021

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The international evaluation committee of the MoreThanAJob project has officially selected the 10 project proposals that will be sub-granted in the partner countries. The projects share the public-private cooperation and partnership as added value for the development and delivery of welfare services promoting the social and labour inclusion of vulnerable people.

Following the qualitative evaluation and the interviews carried out with the applicant organisations, the sub-granted proposals in Italy are:

  • The Game submitted by Per Esempio Onlus

The project envisages the launch of activities aiming to raise the levels of social and work inclusion of migrants, to strengthen collaborative relationships between actors of the social economy and the public administration, as well as to enhance social and welfare services for young and adult migrants.

  • Artigianato Interculturale – NOZ submitted by C.R.E.S.M.

The project addresses the working conditions of street-sellers in Palermo (Sicily), focusing in particular on migrant ones. It aims at promoting the renewal of their business model in a sustainable, ethical and legal perspective.

In the next weeks, we will share more information on the sub-granted projects, their activities and the results that they aim to achieve.

In the meantime, we congratulate with and we wish the best of luck to the selected organisations!

For more information on MoreThanAJob and the coming activities, please, write to Giulia Tarantino or follow us on the project website, LinkedIn, Facebook and Twitter.

About MoreThanAJob

MoreThanAJob – Reinforcing social and solidarity economy for the unemployed, uneducated and refugees is a project funded by the European Union under ENI CBC Mediterranean Sea Basin Programme. The project aims at enhancing the development of cooperation mechanisms between the Social and Solidarity Economy (SSE) actors and the public administration to improve the social services for vulnerable groups in order to increase their opportunities of social and labour inclusion.


For further information

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This publication has been produced with the financial assistance of the European Union under the ENI CBC Mediterranean Sea Basin Programme. The contents of this publication are the sole responsibility of CESIE and can under no circumstances be regarded as reflecting the position of the European Union or the Programme management structures.