COJEP International is a non-governmental organisation which headquarters are located in Strasbourg, France. COJEP International has 15 branches in European Countries. COJEP develops rational strategies to find solutions to global problems in the field of Human Rights, Democracy, Fighting Against Racism and Discrimination, Intercultural Dialogue and Citizenship Education. COJEP has participatory status with the Council of Europe, UNESCO, United Nations, European Agency for Fundamental Rights. It is accredited to the European Parliament, OSCE and OECD.
Proportional Message is an association that supports people with disadvantaged backgrounds through the development of humanistic education values. We encourage people to engage in activities for social support, learning and inclusion, which comprise all monitoring, support, and research activities. We aim to meet the needs of migrants, refugees, and victims in similar situations. Additionally, we also embrace activities of open education and social actions for marginalised children, adolescents, adults, and families. Proportional Message holds education and training activities intended at disadvantaged young people and adults and carries out with a view to acquire and deepen knowledge and competences.”
SYNTHESIS Center for Research and Education is a pioneering organisation which initiates and implements projects of positive social change in the fields of entrepreneurship, civic engagement, digital literacy and migrant integration. SYNTHESIS is perhaps the leading institution in the field of social entrepreneurship in the island. One of its success stories is the establishment of “Hub Nicosia,” a co-working centre for organisations with cultural, environmental and social aims. SYNTHESIS provides non-formal education to diverse and vulnerable groups with the aim to help them acquire the skills they need to lead a fulfilling and productive live. A VET provider, SYNTHESIS is also delivering entrepreneurial and soft skills training programmes, particularly to people at risk of social exclusion, including children, women, migrants and refugees, individuals with learning and emotional disabilities, youth and long-term unemployed individuals.
Birgu is in the southern part of Malta forming part of a small region called Cottonera, also known as the Three Cities. The Cottonera area is a densely populated residential and industrial expanse harbouring dockyards and other maritime related activities. Of the Three Cities, Birgu is the oldest and most important. It stands on a peninsula, one of the first inhabited sites in the Grand Harbour. The Birgu Local Council has strived to address the needs of its community by engaging in a range of actions, from preserving the area’s beauty through cleanliness and architectural renovation to promoting the area through the use of ICT. The Council works hard to motivate its inhabitants to be responsible and take an active part in the city’s heritage and culture. It is responsible to improve the interests of the community while keeping in full view the needs of individuals in particular situations. The City of Birgu has successfully established itself as a tourist destination as well as a cultural centre. Sustainable development in this locality has improved the quality of life of both residents and tourists. Community involvement and control over development has affected the distribution of payoffs and trade-offs associated with increased tourism. Sustainable tourism aims at improving the quality of the natural environment as well as the living standards of the local community while taking into consideration environmental and social costs.
ZRC SAZU is one of the leading research and educational centre in Slovenia, mainly in the humanities and social sciences, and one of the most prominent academic institutions in Central and Southeastern Europe. More than three hundred researchers work within eighteen interconnected institutes that form a dynamic transdisciplinary research network. Their outstanding research ranges from linguistics to philosophy and from archaeology to biology. Their findings are of tremendous importance for a better understanding of cultural, social and natural phenomena in Slovenia and in the world. In addition to publishing their results in academic publications, the research groups are also engaged in data collection, documentation and presentation for audiences outside academia.