Romodrom o.p.s

 The civic association Romodrom o.p.s. was founded in 2001 as a voluntary non-governmental non-profit organization with the aim of helping mainly Roma people. However, we soon found out that the issue of social exclusion does not only concern the Roma population, but is a much broader problem and affects much larger groups of the population.
Our main goal is to help these people find solutions in their difficult life situations and strengthen their competencies in managing their destinies. For this purpose, we provide social services and operate social projects. We are specialised in field programs, social rehabilitation, and social activation services for families with children and professional social counselling. Our social projects mainly focus on debt counselling, employment promotion, housing, childcare or education. We are based in Prague but provide help to people in 8 out of 14 regions of the Czech Republic

Xenios Polis. Culture, Science and Action

Xenios Polis (XP) is a private research institution (founded in early 2016) consisted of academic teachers, PhD holders, researchers, well experienced educators, adults trainers and volunteers. XP combines the forefront research with the implementation of European funded projects of social welfare and presents high quality experience in areas and fields such as culture preservation, poverty fight, disability, inclusive education, digitization, gender equality, health care, environment and climate protection. Its purpose is to give solutions to major societal challenges with emphasis on issues concerning vulnerable social groups (refugees, immigrants, unemployess, low income populations, e.t.c.), training and support. In the heart of XP actions there are the promotion of innovation and the functional integration of the opportunities offered by the ICTs.

Center for Social Innovation – Cyprus

Center for Social Innovation (CSI) is a Research and Development organization, which focuses on fostering social innovation that can bring about a positive change to local, national, regional, and global entities. These entities include but are not limited to governments, local administrative agencies, non-for-profit agencies, commercial entities, and educational institutions. The CSI team is composed of open-minded, fully equipped researchers, entrepreneurs, project managers, trainers, and Information
Technology specialists. CSI encompasses the capability and capacity to identify social needs, design and implement adjusted initiatives, and provide for sustainable growth. The CSI team’s areas of expertise are in the fields of traditional education and e-learning, entrepreneurship, start-ups, innovation, creativity, negotiations, IP advisory services, social responsibility, business advisory solutions, data analytics, information technologies, project management, project evaluation services, product validation,
training and computer gaming. CSI draws know-how and skills from its wide global network, which includes academic institutions, IT companies, public services,international organizations, start-ups, and public services.

Prism - Promozione Internazionale Sicilia - Mondo

PRISM is a non-profit social enterprise with the mission to create equal opportunities for the responsive progress of societies, communities and people – acting as a qualified development agent, since 2012, with its operational seat in the city of Palermo and its registered office in Enna, Italy.
PRISM represents a co-planning hub, open to public and private actors, for the elaboration of tailored development strategies and interventions, aimed at valorising diversity and sharing the social, cultural and economic resources of local communities, from an international perspective.
PRISM has a wealth of experience in the management of projects with social impact, submission and coordination of local, European Union and international proposals, as well as delivering innovative outputs, related to non-formal education and community development.

Astiki Mikerdoskopiki Etaireia Prolipsis

PROLEPSIS – Civil Law Non Profit Organization of Preventive Environmental and Occupational Medicine Prolepsis Institute – is a nongovernmental organization, active in the field of medical research, health promotion, environmental and occupational health since 1990. With a strong belief in health being a fundamental right, Prolepsis has undertaken a leading role in the field of public health since 1991, by designing and implementing initiatives on various health issues and in different sectors targeting a wide range of audiences, such as women, migrants, children, as well as policy makers, other NGOs and decision makers. As a coordinator and a partner in over 50 EU co-funded and numerous national projects, Prolepsis implements research, applied and educational initiatives in cooperation with other institutions, targeting health promotion, health education, medical research, policy change and tackling health inequalities. Its human resources consist of a multi-disciplinary experienced team of physicians, health promotion and communication specialists, statisticians, psychologists, sociologists and economists, each of which undertake distinct roles in the Institute’s projects. Moreover, the Institute encourages interdisciplinary and international co-operation, creating networks of collaboration not only in Greece but also in Member-States of the European Union, Eastern European Countries and the USA. Learn more about Prolepsis Institute

European University Cyprus

European University Cyprus (EUC) was founded in 2007 and developed out of Cyprus College, which was established in 1961. Today, EUC operates five Schools, namely, the School of Humanities, Social and Education Sciences, the School of Business Administration, the School of Sciences, the Medical School, and the School of Law, with the mission to educate students for successful careers and life achievement, to understand and serve the needs of society, and to create knowledge through research and innovation.
EUC has participated in more than 250 projects funded by a number of programs and organizations such as the Horizon2020, Erasmus+, 7th Framework Program, Lifelong Learning Programme 2007-2013, Directorates General of the European Commission, the Cyprus Research Promotion Foundation, United Nations, European Space Agency, governmental bodies and others. In the last 4 years, the University has accumulated more than 5.5M euros in research funding. Research activity is primarily carried out by a number of research centers, laboratories, and other kinds of specialized settings such as clinics and innovation centers ( EUC is one of about 500 organizations in Europe which have been awarded the EU’s ‘HR Excellence in Research’ badge

Znam i Moga - Know&Can

Know & Can Association is a non-governmental organization established in March 2007 in Sofia. It works mainly in the field of non-formal education and on European projects and programmes in the fields of education, rights, justice, citizenship and mobility. It has partners in all EU countries, Turkey, Albania, Serbia, Northern Macedonia, Latin America.
● Development, delivering and implementation of educational programmes to acquire new knowledge and skills
● Encouraging participation in national and international events and programmes
● Applying modern methods and techniques for the development of non-formal education in Bulgaria
● Training staff in the non-formal education
● Providing support for all creative people
● Development and management of projects and programmes
● Participation in national and international projects, events and programmes
● Investing in human capital
● International cooperation
● Providing logistical support to conduct regional, national and international events to exchange experiences and good practices
● Cooperation with organizations and institutions working in the field of education and educational services.

Spectrum Research Centre CLG

Spectrum Research Centre (SRC) is a not-for-profit research centre established to create a space where research and educational findings can be validated through local actions focused on community impact. We support young academics to trial and test their research hypotheses in ‘living laboratory’ environments. As the company grows, we are committed to providing researchers, trainers, and educationalists with opportunities to give their work and practice a European perspective. The main policy focus areas for SRC are:
• Social Policy – integration of marginalized groups; unconscious bias and its impact on migrant integration; social media and xenophobia.
• Environmental Policy – circular economy and habitat protection; carbon neutral tourism; business modelling for circular economies; comedy for climate change.
• Education Policy – the threat of remote education to university research; serious games for addressing serious issues; cross-sector funding streams for education, gamification as an engagement strategy for digital natives.

SRC is also active in the wider community and due to the expertise in local development within the company it provides consultancy services to a wide range of organizations right across the economic landscape.