P1 (AT): bit schulungscenter, AUSTRIA
bit (= best in training) schulungscenter (= training centre), founded in 1986, is one of the leading education providers in the area of labour-market projects, vocational education, training and employability in Austria. Our clear strength is our experience and know-how in designing (didactics, methodology, instructional design) and carrying out diverse national and international projects. We have substantial experience in working with different target groups, e.g. young people, young unemployed adults, and their educational needs through our regular activities. We employ 263 highly experienced staff in seven Austrian regions, which enables us to draw on up to-date know-how and creative training methods for the design of our projects.
P2 (POR): Future Balloons, PORTUGAL
We are a small consultancy company, working in the areas of ICT, Education, Training and Culture. Specifically we support our clients and partners in the development and implementation of projects, based in innovation and technology. Along that we promote activities towards the internationalization and internal development of the organizations. Our mission is to support the transition from the knowledge-based society to a society based on understanding, creativity, innovation and social construction.
P3 (GER): YEPP EUROPE, GERMANY
YEPP EUROPE works for youth and community empowerment in marginalized areas of Europe. We use innovative participatory methods in youth work and bridge them with entrepreneurial skill set. YEPP EUROPE coordinates the YEPP Community Network of YEPP Local Sites and Project Partners reaching out to more than 100 communities in industrial urban and rural areas in 17 European countries. A YEPP EUROPE assists the YEPP Local Sites and YEPP Project Partners with coaching and capacity building programmes in the field of youth and community empowerment, as well as on specific issues: participatory evaluation, media literacy, advocacy, inclusion and (social) entrepreneurship. YEPP EUROPE is hosted by the Institute for Community Education (ICE) of the International Academy Berlin (INA gGmbH), which is a non-profit organisation established in 1996 in Berlin, Germany.
P4 (ESP): GoEurope, SPAIN
We work on promoting the intercultural dialogue, exchange of knowledge and European awareness through the non-formal education and the active participation of young people, organizations and companies, in projects involving mobility, entrepreneurial education, professional and personal growth. Our goal is to promote lifelong learning and initiatives of transnational mobility especially addressed to youth learners, professionals and different stakeholders.
P5 (ITA): Jonathan Cooperativa Sociale, ITALY
Jonathan is a no-profit social cooperative, born in 2009 in Piazzola sul Brenta (Padua). Composed by young professionals, it operates in sectors like socio-cultural promotion, education and training, environmental protection, human rights and gender equality promotion. Our vision is that each individual can contribute as active citizen to the development and wellbeing of the community, with regard to sustainability and human rights. Our collaborations’ network includes families, schools and universities, socio-sanitary services, associations, enterprises and local administrations, to whom we offer consulting in projecting interventions about gender policies, socio-cultural promotion and territorial protection and promotion.
P6 (AT): Österreichisches Institut für angewandte Telekommunikation, ÖIAT, AUSTRIA
The OIAT is an independent non-profit organisation which promotes the competent, safe and responsible use of digital media. Since 1997 we have been helping people and organisations take advantage of the benefits of the digital world.
P7 (AT) LOGO! Jugendmanagement, AUSTRIA
A non-profit and non-governmental organization – offers information-tools and services for young people in the Federal State of Styria. As the Styrian special department for youth information and communication our main target is to strengthen young people on their way, evolving to active parts of our society. By providing a comprehensive and user-friendly information service responsive to the personal, social and vocational needs of young people we foster informational and decision-making literacy. Our main target groups include adolescents and young people aged between 12 to 30 as well as professionals in formal and non-formal educational settings (e.g. teachers, youth workers, …).