Partnership

Universidad de Sevilla

Universidad de Sevilla  is the coordinator of the project.
It is a public university located in Seville (Spain).
It is the third Spanish university in number of students and the first in Andalusia, as well as one of the oldest, with more than 500 years with more than eighty thousand people making up the university community, including students, lecturers and administrative and service professionals.

INCOMA is a training and research centre based in Seville (Spain) with extensive know-how and experience in the development and coordination of international cooperation projects mainly funded within the framework of EU programmes (including Erasmus+, AMIF, H2020, EaSI or ENI), especially in the field of education, training and research, as well as through other international programmes (such as EEA grants and several national initiatives promoting mobility for educational purposes in EU countries).

INCOMA’s activity is especially devoted to the development of social innovation projects, with a special focus on targeting groups at risk or with special difficulties to enter the labour market, namely young people, women and citizens with a migrant background.

Die Berater Unternehmensberatungs GmbH focuses on adult education, vocational training and human resources development and is represented in over 40 locations throughout Austria. Its services are aimed at private individuals, national and international companies and organisations in all sectors and of any size, as well as the public sector, including the Austrian Employment Service (AMS).

Their main aims are to motivate and qualify people to make full use of their potentials in the economy, at the labour market and in their personal lives.

CESIE is a European centre of studies and initiatives, established in 2001, inspired by the work and theories of the sociologist Danilo Dolci (1924-1997). Their mission is to promote growth through innovative and participative educational approaches. CESIE breaks with an ethnocentric global drive and focuses on individuals and diversity. Doing so, they apply the teaching of Danilo Dolci who developed innovative educational non-violent methods through which individuals initiated unauthorized public works projects, by and for the grass-roots in the ‘50 in Sicily.

Building on their experience and coherently to their story, they experience the possibility to overturn dynamics and approaches, aiming at a smarter and more sustainable worldwide future educational cooperation.

KMOP is one of the oldest civil society organisations in Greece, established in 1977 with the mission to contribute to effective social policy design and to implement impactful programmes that build resilience, combat inequalities, and promote inclusive and sustainable social growth. KMOP studies, analyses, proposes solutions, and makes policy interventions to address contemporary social challenges based on fairness, innovation, sustainability, and balanced development. KMOP’s work focuses on a wide range of thematic areas such as Health Promotion & Wellbeing, Human & Fundamental Rights, Education, Civil Society & Democracy, Social Inclusion & Employment, and Arts & Culture. During the last 15 years, KMOP has successfully delivered more than 300 initiatives, while more than 65,000 people have benefited from its projects and services.

Asociatia Euro Adult Education The ’EUROED’ ASSOCIATION is a Romanian NGO aiming at promoting and supporting continuous learning of adults in accordance with European standards, as a way of improving the knowledge of the adults from the perspective of new challenges and requirements.

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