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Germany

Greece

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Italy

Malta

Università di Perugia

FISSUF, the Department of Philosophy, Social Sciences and Education of the Università degli Studi di Perugia includes a range of sectors and disciplines belonging to different cultural areas to stimulate a continuous and dialectic comparison within fields that imply the confluence of multiple specialised knowledge areas: from Philosophy to Linguistics, from Sociology to Psychology, from Pedagogy to Teaching. The department organises and encourages lifelong learning activities by promoting the implementation of ICT and innovation in education and fostering the quality of the members concerned in training and education activities. It is the only University Department managing general teacher training (from pre-primary to secondary high school) and the courses for support teachers. Its recently founded Centre for research Human Impact Research Centre (HIRC) has the role to lead, develop and promote multidisciplinary scientific research through activities and advise in several fields.

die Berater

die Berater Unternehmensberatungs GmbH is a leading Austrian consulting company with a focus on education and training.
We offer holistic management consulting, coach employees and managers and are specialised in socio-personal competence development, language and IT training.
We develop efficient solutions for digital knowledge transfer and implement digital learning offers.
As management consultants, we support companies and organisations in their strategic development, always placing the human being at the centre of the company. Internally, we cultivate a corporate culture that has fair play, mutual appreciation and tolerance as top priorities.
In numerous EU-funded projects, we cooperate with hundreds of educational institutions and other organisations across Europe to gain new impulses for our work.
Our range of services is aimed at private individuals, companies in all sectors and of all sizes, and the public sector such as the Austrian Employment Service, ministries, the European Commission and the entire education system.

Citizens In Power

Citizens In Power (CIP) is an independent non-profit organization that addresses the needs and demands of people through their involvement in social and civic life, by simultaneously providing them innovative material and free trainings related with a variety of fields, such as education (including on-line education), entrepreneurship and business, culture, labour market and lifelong learning.
CIP’s vision is to expand contemporary methods of different levels of education, by developing both formal and nonformal methods of teaching; collaborate with the relevant stakeholders to produce and promote research activity and creativity for the modernization of teaching; increase the employability of young people through entrepreneurship education, practical experience and lifelong learning, by simultaneously aiming to reintegrate the marginalized or disadvantaged groups, such as migrants and refugees, into the society and; support and train members of its local and international networks in various ways such as the exchange of information and good practices, through the sharing of experiences and ideas. All the aforementioned are being accomplished through forums, publications, conferences/seminars, networking, collaboration with other institutions and other activities.
CIP has already implemented a respectable number of national and EU projects, with a focus on entrepreneurship and business, vocational education, youth and adult education and school education. It has participated in a large number of ERASMUS+ activities, both as partner and leader.

blinc

The blinc eG (blended learning Institutions’ cooperative) was founded 2005 in Göttingen, Germany.

Our WHO? We work in a team of 15 members from educational, social, economic and environmental sciences,  engineering and design
Our WHY: We promote competence oriented, collaborative and digitally supported learning and competence validation especially in not formalised and mainstream contexts.
Our WHAT: We are planning and delivering innovative learning formats in formal, non-formal and informal learning, including capacity building and entrepreneurship education and validation with a special focus on marginalised and disadvantaged groups
Our HOW: We are developing innovative practice-science projects, in a large open European network, according to a holistic, human- centered, demand driven and sustainable learning approach based on our LEVEL5 competence oriented learning and validation approach
Our ACHIEVEMENTS: Since 2005 have developed and managed 50 European projects in various European Educational, Environmental, Interregional and Integration programmes and developed and sustained the European REVEAL network with partners from 27 countries.
Our MOTTO: …because learning happens everywhere…

IASIS

IASIS NGO is a non-governmental, non-profit organization active in the field of Social Inclusion, Mental Health and De-institutionalization, which actively participates in the psychiatric reform promoted by the Ministry of Health and Social Solidarity and the European Union. IASIS has an official registration as Private Non-Profit Organization and a Special Registration in Voluntary Non-Governmental Organizations Lists handled by the General Directorate of Welfare. The organization also has a Management Competence System certified by the Special Service / Department of Health and Social Solidarity. Organization’s main objective is to provide psychosocial support and education to people who either belong to the range of or are at risk of exclusion, and to adult learners in the humanitarian field.  

C.I.D.I.S.

C.I.D.I.S. Onlus (Center for Information, Documentation and Initiatives for Development) is a non-profit organization that operates at national and European level to guarantee equal rights and opportunities for the migrant population, refugees and asylum seekers, citizens of migrant origin and to raise public awareness on the promotion of an inclusive society. C.I.D.I.S. Onlus acts on the belief that the integration of foreign citizens is an essential condition for fostering social cohesion in modern, plural and multi-ethnic societies.  A policy respectful of migrants’ rights and diversity of individuals is foundation of more cohesive, resilient and prosperous communities. In the achievement of these goals, C.I.D.I.S. Onlus carries out a wide range of activities throughout four Italian regions (Umbria, Lazio, Campania and Calabria).

Key & Key Communications

Key & Key Communications (KEY&KEY), founded in 1994, is a Non-Profit Organisation with members of different cultural backgrounds, working in the vast field of communication. Its specific competence regards various kinds of communication: interpersonal, intercultural, visual, verbal, paraverbal (voice), non-verbal (body) communication. Its activities include web design, graphic design, publishing and authoring of online learning platforms, as well as organisation of international meetings, local and international training courses and workshops, cultural events and conferences. KEY&KEY, with its 25 years of experience, offers tailor-made research and learner-centred communication training courses for private and public organisations. It provides, therefore, tools and resources to refine interpersonal and organisational communication, emphasising an intercultural perspective. The KEY&KEY group is committed to issues of migration, diversity, anti-discrimination and social cohesion with focus on the intercultural dimension.

University of Malta

The University of Malta (UM), was established in 1592 and is the highest teaching institution of the State. It is mainly government-financed. There are c. 12500 students, including over 750 foreign/exchange students from nearly 80 different countries, following full time/part-time degree and diploma courses. UoM has been involved as coordinator and partner in numerous EU funded projects under various programmes. UM is also represented in a number of European and international University networks and groups. Let Me Learn is a joint centre between the Ministry of Education and the Faculty of Education. For the past 25 years it has been working with teachers and other educators to achieve greater results through understanding how the educator and the student learns. Individuals as well as educational and learning organizations that use this system report an increase in student achievement and employee performance as well as a heightened sense of confidence and persistence to achieve.

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