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Promoting social and solidarity economy with EU assistance


Under the patronage of the labor ministry and the General Labor Union, BCTS (Business Consultancy and Training Services) launched yesterday the ‘Reinforcing Social and Solidarity Economy for the Unemployed, Uneducated and Refugees’ project, known as ‘MoreThanAJob’ project. To recall, this initiative is funded by the European Union under the ENI CBC MED program. BCTS managing partner, Wafaa Haidamus, pointed out that the 3-year undertaking aims at boosting the social inclusion of the most vulnerable, unemployed populations. The project, Haidamus explained, is different from similar initiatives as it seeks to address the key issue through studying the policies and systems of public institutions operating in the field of labor and training, like for example, ministries of labor, education and social affairs. It will seek to develop the present structures to target groups of unemployed and uneducated people as well as refugees. Haidamus stressed that MoreThanAJob project seeks to mobilise the capacities of concerned organizations with the aim of creating new jobs. (An Nahar, February 5, 2020)

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