MedRiSSE– Replicable Innovations of SSE in the provision of services and creation of decent jobs in the post covid-19 crisis recovery, a project that aims to promote the co-production of social policies to fight poverty, inequality, social exclusion and environmental unsustainability in the Mediterranean through developing SSE innovations and a joint framework approach of co-production of social policies. With a total budget of  1.1 million Euros, the project is implemented across 5 countries: Spain, Palestine, Italy, Jordan, and Tunisia, from the 01st of September 2021 till the 31st of August 2023.

TCSE is the Tunisian partner for the MedRiSSE project which is funded by ENI CBC MED. The project seeks to develop a Mediterranean scalability pathway for social innovations that enable the co-production of municipal services with local Social and Solidarity Economy agents (SSE) that have emerged from interactions between the government and the SSE involved in several ENI funded projects. The strategy of the project revolves around widening the SSE and Co-production Community of Practice (WCoP) launched by the MedTOWN project, further involving policy makers, SSE actors, researchers, etc. The WCoP benefits from social innovations and capacity building resources regarding the role of SSE in the promotion of decent jobs and social inclusion (MoreThanaJob), the promotion of SSE ecosystems (MedUP, IESS, progress) and the empowerment women in cooperatives through fair trade and eco-tourism (RUWOMED). 

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