The current crisis caused by Covid-19 puts more emphasis than ever on the importance of international cooperation and dialogue in the development of solutions and alternatives to face common challenges in the Mediterranean.

Interesting answers can come in terms of social and solidarity economy, through the actions of the MoreThanAJob project - "Reinforcing social and solidarity economy for the unemployed, uneducated and refugees".

"It is even clearer than before how the socio-economic development of our communities and the inclusion of the most vulnerable subjects must be a priority in all countries involved in the ENI CBC MED initiative (Palestine, Jordan, Lebanon, Italy, Greece) and in the rest of the Euro-Mediterranean basin, already affected by a social and economic crisis that had generated high unemployment rates and social inequalities - comments Giulia Tarantino, Project Manager of CESIE - European Studies and Initiatives Center based in Palermo - MoreThanAJob aims to promote the development of innovative social schemes based on cooperation between actors of the Social and Solidarity Economy and the public administration to encourage the employment and continuous training of vulnerable subjects, such as, for example, unemployed, non-schooled, migrants and refugees "… more