MoreThanAJob leaflet Italian : discover the project partners, objectives and expected results
MoreThanAJob leaflet Arabic: discover the project partners, objectives and expected results
MoreThanAJob press conference in Palestine
The project press conference in Palestine was successfully held on the 19th of December 2019 in Nablus, Palestine. The event was organized by An-Najah National University and the Nablus Chamber of Commerce and Industry. The aim of the press conference was to announce the projects by updating the press and stakeholders about the goal of the project, planned activities, and the expected results, and to communicate project objectives, expected achievements, and opportunities.
MoreThanAJob press conference in Lebanon
A press conference under MoreThanAJob project was successfully held on the 4th of February 2020 in Beirut, Lebanon. The event was organized by Business Consultancy and Training Services (BCTS) under the patronage of the Ministry of Labor and in collaboration with the General Union of Labor in Lebanon. The event also saw the participation of Mr. Mohamad Itani, an expert at the Presidency of the Council of Ministers and ENI CBC Med Programme National Contact Point in Lebanon.
MoreThanAJob: Project Folder
MoreThanAJob: Project Roll-up
MoreThanAJob leaflet English: discover the project partners, objectives and expected results
Blue coasts and green hinterlands: CROSSDEV sites along the Via Selinuntina, Sicily
The region of Sicily, in Italy, is home to two Cultural Routes of the Council of Europe: the Phoenicians’ Route and Iter Vitis. Both are currently seen as models to follow in order to ensure development through the enhancement of cultural and geographic heritage. Their model can easily be applied to other Mediterranean areas.
Tunisia: fishermen of port of Mahdia to support study on sea plastic pollution
A team from "Institut National des Sciences et Technologies de la Mer" (INSTM),partner of the COMMON project, in collaboration with a team from "Centre national de veille zoosanitaire", associated partner of the project, visited the port of Mahdia, Tunisia to meet with the local fishermen community and share a questionnaire related to the pollution of the sea by plastic waste.