• InteRed is an NGO specialized in education and gender equity. It ahas been in existence since 1992 promoting a transformative education that generates active and committed participation in favor of justice, gender equity, and social and environmental sustainability.

    InteRed works with individuals and organizations from different countries and cultures, especially with those whose rights are most violated: disadvantaged children, women, rural communities, indigenous populations.

    InteRed works in 11 countries, including Spain where it has 11 territorial delegations and a broad social base of partners, donors and volunteers.

    MISSION: We are an NGDO promoted by the Teresian Association that is committed to a transformative education, which generates the active and committed participation of everyone in favor of justice, gender equity and social and environmental sustainability.
    VISION: An organization that promotes educational processes for personal and collective changes in favor of social justice, equity and the care of people and nature, open to the participation and dialogue with groups and individuals from different countries.
    VALUES: We promote and want to live values such as coherence, caring for people and the planet, equity, co-responsibility, participation, solidarity and transparency in our actions.

  • CESIE is a European Centre of Studies and Initiatives based in Palermo, Sicily. It was established in 2001, inspired by the work and theories of the sociologist, activist and educator Danilo Dolci (1924-1997).

    Our mission is to promote educational innovation, participation and growth.

    CESIE’s slogan, the world is only one creature, express the philosophy for which the organisation works: inclusion and equity for all.

    CESIE is structured in 6 main units:

    Higher Education and Research: fostering progress, sustainable and responsible research and innovation in Higher Education and Research Systems;
    Rights and Justice: promoting equality, protecting the rights of people, preventing and developing responses to violence and discrimination;
    Adult: upgrading lifelong learning in adult education, boosting innovative practices and developing key competences for adults;
    Migration: developing effective and inclusive approaches for asylum seekers, refugees, and migrants;
    School: improving quality and efficiency in school education;
    Youth: enhancing active citizenship, training, education, and mobility of young people.

  • KMOP – Social Action and Innovation Centre is a non-profit organisation, based in Athens, Greece, with more than 40 years of experience in sustainable development, social growth, human rights’ protection, social inclusion and policy research. It focuses on building people’s resilience, combatting inequalities and supporting inclusive and sustainable growth by developing and implementing a variety of innovative tools, programmes and policies. Alongside with direct provision of social services, KMOP’s expertise pertains to the design and implementation of impactful programmes in the areas of education, migration, human rights’ protection, employment, mental health and social economy.

    KMOP is the project coordinator of POLITEIA. In the field of education, the organisation has a great experience in implementing relevant projects and has established a continuous successful collaboration with the Hellenic Ministry of Education and the Youth Lifelong Learning Education Foundation. Additionally, KMOP has long been engaged in the implementation of lifelong learning, non-formal learning and capacity building programmes for socially vulnerable people.

  • CARDET is one of the leading research and development centers in the Mediterranean region with global expertise in project design and implementation, capacity building, and e-learning. Is independently affiliated with universities and institutions from around the world, such as the Yale University, the University of Nicosia and the International Council of Educational Media. CARDET has completed numerous projects relating to the development of capacity building and planning in education and VET, youth support, adult learning, literacies, digital tools, eLearning, educational technology, and social integration of marginalized groups. One of our core-strengths is our ability to carefully plan, implement, execute and evaluate projects in various contexts.

  • Südwind is an independent Austrian human rights organisation. For more than 40 years, Südwind has been advocating for social justice, fair working conditions and a sustainable global development. Through educational work, public relations and campaigning, Südwind addresses global interrelationships and their social impacts. With public campaigns, awareness raising and through educational work, Südwind is committed to a more equal world and a good life for all. Südwind has been a long-term member of the Austrian Platform for development and humanitarian aid as well as the Austrian Alliance for Climate Justice.

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