Partners

Established in 2011, Kairos Europe is a London based organisation promoting international education and training. We are dedicated to implementing programmes fostering cooperation and intercultural exchanges between European countries.

Our mission is to provide quality training opportunities for learners of all ages, to help build on their skills and knowledge, nurturing positive life changes as well as improving career prospects.

We have contributed to the promotion and implementation of several international projects within the framework of established
European Programmes.

Our main areas of expertise are: Training for professionals in the education sector under the KA1 Staff Mobility: these courses focus on languages, digital classrooms, new teaching methodologies; welcoming and organising high standard work experience in London; English Courses, through partnerships with numerous UK based language schools, and Consulting on European Programmes funding procedures.

Contact email: info@kairoseurope.co.uk

Itaka Training is an organization based in Southern Italy a few kilometres away from the “Gods coast” famous for its breath-taking beach and seaside.

The organization is dedicated to professional training, EU project management, work experience and training for all ages, English and Italian language courses.

We organise professional development courses funded by KA1 under the Erasmus+ programme, for people involved in education who want to acquire new competences.

Courses include digital classrooms, Integration and Social inclusion in classroom, school management, Teaching through Arts activities etc.

Contact email: info@itakatraining.org

 

BASD is an NGO in public benefit – a part of network of research organizations, regional agencies, institutions in all Balkans and EU. Activities are: Socio-economic and sustainable development.

Applying, implementation and management of EU funded projects; Activities related to development and preservation of human resources and policies, demographic trends, protecting human rights; youth; lifelong learning, development of education and training; Arts and Culture; Social inclusion, social economy, social and health services; Regional development, cross-border, transnational, interregional cooperation. BASD has got good capacity – many co-founding members are experts in training, research, innovations, needs analyses; awareness raising and networking.

BASD is a member of Bulgarian platform for international development, Anna Lindh Foundation, Global Compact; representative for the Balkans of the Earth Charter; Member of Unity in Diversity – World Civil Society. One of strategic goals is social integration through powerful tools of arts – obtaining skills for better communication, tolerance, anti-hate speech, human rights and building culture of diversity. BASD has involved young vulnerable people in community activities – establishing BREAD House – making breads, friends and arts in one and the same time, breaking barriers between people, helping them to be part of the community, keeping traditions in celebrating feasts. BASD have implemented In defense of our rights project – training of trainers how to educate students in Children s convention for their rights through theatre. BASD is implementing under Erasmus KA2 Youth Arts against violence project educating youth workers how to work with youth for building tolerance. The same objectives have also the projects Love doesn’t hurt; Standing against bullying through arts. As a training organization BASD works in the field of intercultural dialogue promoting culture of tolerance Festival of Contemporary Arts “Culture Versus Crisis”- http://www.annalindhfoundation.org/granted-projects/festival-euro-med-contemporary-arts-cultureversus-crisis-femca-cvc; participation of young Balkan participants in common artistic competitions in theatre, dancing, singing, playing, books, documentary films, photography. Experts of BASD have obtained experience in applying non formal methods for experiential learning of refugees and migrants bearing in mind cultural and educational backgrounds.

Efektas Group is Lithuania based organization working in education and training field. Established in 2016 and since then active in fields of entrepreneurship, personal & professional development, intercultural learning, promotion of diversity and internationalization as well as youth empowerment and realization of various initiatives. Mission Organization operates through:

  • Making Erasmus mobility opportunities as accessible as possible for youth, youth workers and educators;
  • The promotion of non-formal learning, personal and professional development;
  • Fostering social entrepreneurship, growth and acceptance of diversity and other cultures and traditions;
  • Creating innovative learning tools and promoting exchange of good practices. Efektas Group regular activities in the youth and adult fields range from local non-formal education projects aimed at a target of standard youth group (17-30 years old) from rather small villages or rural areas, and, second group, adult age (30+ years old), teachers, trainers school staff and other individuals from in Lithuania.

Activities include: EVS, Youth Exchanges, internships and mobility for youth workers, school staff and training courses, seminars etc. Thanks to reliable partnerships built over time with local NGOs, associations and educational institutions we are able to connect with  participants from most diverse backgrounds.

The common thread behind most of our projects and initiatives is the use of creativity as the main tool to reach common goals. We seek to be global organization for this we also have strong interest in partnerships with organizations around the world operating in different fields. Due to activities and initiatives conducted by Efektas Group members it has become more clear that local society and youth has negative attitude towards cultural diversity and lack tolerance towards youngsters belonging to disadvantaged groups such as people belonging to minorities, more precisely, Roma, Polish, Russian, African and refugee. Nonetheless, dominating media image of more advantageous individuals foster intolerance and bullying in schools.

Inercia Digital is a young Andalusian social enterprise founded in 2012, focused on training, innovation and traineeship in digital skills at European level. Our mission is to contribute with employment by promoting training and innovation in digital competences all over Europe, developing the digital skills needed in education, for ICT professionals, labour force and all citizens.

DIGITAL SKILLS IN EDUCATION: Teaching and learning digital skills from a continuous learning perspective, including training for teachers.

DIGITAL SKILLS FOR ICT PROFESSIONALS: Developing high level digital skills for ICT professionals in all industry sectors.

DIGITAL SKILLS FOR LABOUR FORCE: Developing digital skills for the digital economy, e.g. upskilling, and reskilling workers, jobseekers; actions on career advice and guidance

DIGITAL SKILLS FOR ALL CITIZENS: Developing digital skills to enable all citizens to be active in our digital society. Our vision is to become a leading social organization at an international level. We specialize in training and innovation in digital competences applied to promote education and employment, allowing all citizens to participate in our digital society.

What is WASLA? It’s a non-profit organization based in Berlin, Germany, seeking to promote dialogue and peace via cooperation between Arab and German civil society organizations; established by Arab-German youth initiatives, NGOs, workers and activists who are working in the field of youth empowerment and sustainable development. During the 31st session of the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) that took place in Paris on the 2nd November 2001, the Universal Declaration on Cultural Diversity was adopted, then on the 20th December 2002, the UN General Assembly, through Resolution 57/249, decided to proclaim the 21st May as the World Day for Cultural Diversity, Dialogue and Development. In this frame, we aim to
deepen understanding regarding intercultural dialogue, values of cultural diversity and to encourage cultural sensitivity. Our philosophy encourages the achievement of a balanced flow of cultural goods and services, increasing the international exchanges, integrating culture into sustainable development, promoting freedom and human rights.