12 EU-funded projects to highlight and share solutions for social inclusion and fight against poverty

February 15, 2021
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The EU-funded MoreThanAJob project is organising a seminar on 16 February to take stock of the results achieved so far by the ENI CBC Med projects dealing with social inclusion, highlight possible synergies and identify good practices for a reinforced impact at the regional level.

Discussions will focus on results achieved, emerging good practices, and exchanging lessons learned. The event will also act as an incubator for future projects in the area.

This seminar wants to summarize the most important outputs achieved by the 6 standard projects dealing with social inclusion – MoreThanAJob, HELIOS, InnovAgroWoMed, MedTOWN, RESMYLE and TEC-MED.

All the new strategic projects – GREENLAND, INTERNISA, MYSEA, SIRCLES, Skills4Sports, and YEP MED– will also join the event and present their main ambitions and activities, in view of developing operational synergies among the community of ENI CBC Med projects in the field of social inclusion.

ENI CBC Med is the largest Cross-Border Cooperation (CBC) initiative implemented by the EU under the European Neighbourhood Instrument (ENI). The Programme brings together the coastal territories of 14 EU and partner countries in view of fostering fair, equitable and sustainable development on both sides of the EU’s external borders. Through calls for proposals, ENI CBC Med finances cooperation projects for a more competitive, innovative, inclusive and sustainable Mediterranean area. Under the 2014-2020 period, the European Union has invested more than €1 billion to support 16 ENI CBC programmes between EU Member States and neighbouring countries sharing a land border, a sea crossing or a sea basin, from the Arctic to the Southern Mediterranean.


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ENI CBC Med – Cooperating across borders in the Mediterranean

Countries covered:

  • Egypt
  • Jordan
  • Lebanon
  • Palestine *
  • Tunisia