City: London, UK
Le Menach Foundation’s (LMF) mission is based within the social context of countering gender inequality and exclusivity, helping to widen pathways to peace and stability in the process. Our mission is media driven. We use film and other media as platforms to work for the equal participation of women in decision-making, at all levels of civil society and governance, working with men to enable that processes.
Key programmes are the Mary Initiative and the Dignity Diaries. Areas of specific expertise include experience in film, TV and journalism, conflict transformation and peace building, mediation and negotiation, designing workshops, programmes and interventions and behaviour change through communication.
City: Albacete, Spain
DRAMBLYS is recently founded international non-profit organisation located in Spain. In DRAMBLYS we combine sociological imagination & inquiry with social creativity and design to approach, explore, and innovate solutions to contribute to sustainable development.
Our main programmes and areas of expertise include the following: programmes design and evaluation, data visualization and social innovation design, development and management. In DRAMBLYS, we aspire to serve as an interactive platform and meeting point to exchange, design, inspire and promote social innovation projects and creative alternatives, both globally and locally.
City: Patras, Greece
The Interactive Media Knowledge Transfer (InterMediaKT) is a non-profit organization working on vocational education, training and innovation. We aim at supporting, inspiring and empowering actions of evolving business and entrepreneurship. Located in Patras, Greece, we provide an effective promotion of knowledge, vocational training and e-learning activities.
What is more we are looking to expand our network of activities and partners on both a national and international level, believing in and pursuing exchange of knowledge, experience and know-how, along with the empowerment of a “citizen of the world” profile for EU citizens.
City: Torino, Italy
The Institute’s activities are not limited to deaf students: as required by the Statute from the beginning, training courses, conferences, seminars and publications are provived for teachers, educators, parents and health workers. With this in mind, the Institute aims to become, in addition to a center of service, an important place of thought, research, reflection, meeting and of exchange of ideas.
The Institute is a Foundation, a non-profit organization, governed by a Board of Trustees totally autonomous from political or religious authorities.
City: Kihesa-Iringa, Tanzania, East Africa
CCDO’s mission is to strengthen local community through the promotion of education and access to health care and information, in the hope of building capacity and resilience within our more deprived sectors. Also, to develop sustainable livelihood and conservation programs within our region, whilst promoting human rights, advocacy and positive life choices and decisions.
The major objective of CCDO has been to establish a school that will offer education to local pre-primary & primary children from the poorer villages, secondary level and vocational training to Iringa youth and adults (Peace Flame School, Nduli).
City:Johannesburg, South Africa
Southern Africa Youth Project is a regional Youth Development Institution that strives to empower communities through enabling them to access Technology, Education, Health and Employment. Southern Africa Youth Project is a registered Non-Profit Organisation with its headquartered based in Johannesburg, South Africa.
Southern Africa Youth Project is providing youth development activities and projects throughout the Southern Africa Region. Southern Africa youth Project works in its own sites and local implementing partners through a network of partnerships, consortium providing wide range of services based on the needs of and challenges of each community.
City: Sofia, Bulgaria
The Institute (ITPIO) is a private non-profit organization. ITPIO is the prominent experts in the education, training, social, economic and academic spheres. Main activities: courses for improving management skills and in the field of the innovative teaching through using of ICT tools, vocational trainings (energy efficiency, tourism, logistic, environment, finance, IT, business administration, agriculture, farming), courses for managers of SMEs in the construction sphere, elaborating of methodologies for adopting of educational programs to the real labour market needs, development of learning programmes and modules for “training of trainers” activities including trainers of senior citizens and older workers.
City: Budapest, Hungary
Artemisszió Foundation is a non-profit organisation (a charitable foundation) working for the public good. Our goal is to help an ever growing part of society to: Strengthen human connections, Develop communication and conflict solving skills, Learn skills to enhance tolerance, mutual understanding and cooperation.
Through our work, we help a variety of social groups to better understand conflicts stemming from cultural differences, to dissolve these and notice and utilise the opportunities that the cultural colorfulness provide. Our professional work is based on the theoretical background of cultural anthropology and sociology, in addition to the methodology of non-formal education.
City: Budapest, Hungary
Catalyst In Communities is an ethical, not for profit, registered social enterprise. We believe that all sectors of our community should have a voice and a role and it is our role to ensure that their voices are heard! CIC specialises in Refugee/ Community /Sport Engagement and Development in areas of high need. We utilise Innovative Practice to ensure effective engagement through creating respectful and fair relationships with our community partners.
We know that the solutions to any communities’ challenges must come from within that community. We provide a supportive framework to enable powerful conversations within and between communities to create transformative change.
City: Athens, Greece
The first tech education school in Athens for vulnerable groups.
Today there are 62,000 refugees stuck in Greece. Due to economic crisis the country is one of the least prepared in Europe to deal with this influx of people. Currently basic necessities are paid for in large part by government organizations and NGOs. But very little money is invested in sustainable solutions to the problem like formal education and skills training.
In September of 2017 SHA launched a code school to teach students how to become web developers. SHA goal is to provide a path out of the camps and towards a dignified, financially independent life.
City: Athens, Greece
The purpose of the Association of International and European Affairs is to enable undergraduate, postgraduate and PhD students to present their views to the public, as well as to exchange views and knowledge among themselves, conduct research work and present comprehensive analyzes and to participate in projects. The Association is an extrovert initiative with the participation of members in all the processes and processes of the Association.