BUPNET GmbH, Goettingen, Germany
Bildung und Projekt Netzwerk GmbH - Training and Project Network ltd stands for professional and innovative training projects in the health and social sector, environment, tourism, e-business and journalism. Since 1999, BUPNET has developed and realised eLearning courses, tools and platforms. For ten years, BUPNET has been working on large scale European education and employment programmes.
blinc eG, Goettingen, Germany
blinc is the umbrella organisation of a transnational network for developers, experts and users of blended learning products and services and was founded in the framework of a European project. blinc is an exchange instrument for producers and users of blended learning and offers a platform for exchange of know-how and experiences and the dissemination, marketing and distribution of their services and products.
AMCV, Lisbon, Portugal
The Association of Women Against Violence (AMCV) is a Non Governmental Organisation whose main aim is to contribute to breaking the cycle of violence against women and children. AMCV was founded in 1992, as a direct response by civil society to the lack of services available to women and children who had been victims of rape, child abuse and domestic violence. Since then the work has focused on two main areas: prevention and the creation of specialised services.
Centro Studi Il Perugino, Perugia, Italy
Centro Studi Il Perugino is a joint venture between Sviluppumbria, the Province of Perugia, the Municipality of Cittaâ€™ della Pieve and the Link Campus of Rome. The Institute was set up for the purpose of providing higher education, professional and artistic development. Over the last two years it has set up its own training programme in the field of audiovisual production training and artistic development in the field of interior design. It has hosted international events of a political and tertiary character for Compostela Group and other international organisations.
Social Innovation Fund, Kaunas, Lithuania
The The Social Innovation Fund (SIF) is a non-governmental educational organisation, established in 1994, which acts at the community, national, European and international level. The SIF has a great experience in networking on lifelong learning on the democracy building and womenâ€™s human rights issues: it is actively engaged in influencing public policy while implementing the Law of Equal Opportunities for men and women in Lithuania. The SIF is the founder and co-ordinator of the non-formal Coalition of Lithuania NGOs for Advocacy on Women's Human Rights, uniting more than 60 women's NGOs in Lithuania.
Metis Company ltd., Sliema, Malta
Metis is a private SME based in Malta. Its activities centre on research and dissemination in the field of professional development. Its experience covers the organisation of regional and international conferences and the development of curricula for the development of professionals in the field of culture, education and professional development. Metis possesses inhouse expertise in the field of management and operations as well as management of content and implementation of training methods. MetisEducation works close with various entities like the University of Malta, Ministries or Government Agencies
CKU, Sopot, Poland
The Centre of Continuing Education has been educating people 18+ for over 50 years. There are adults who want to obtain vocational secondary education, post secondary vocational education, re-qualify or update their qualifications. Inside the centre there are practice firms which provide vocational training in the para-business conditions. The services are also available to the local community people including disabled. CKU adjusts the curriculum to the needs of the local labour market and also provides education for disabled students and do EU projects concerning disabled in the region and the country. Apart from formal education CKU provides different non-formal and informal training courses for women. The institution runs support groups for women with various problems, IT courses for disabled and unemployed.
APoWeR, Timisoara, Romania
APoWeR (Association for the Promotion of Women in Romania) is a non-governmental organisation founded in 1999 with the aim to educate the whole society by promoting affirmative and non-discriminatory policies in order to increase the quality of womenâ€™s lives in Romania. ApoWer's main target group are disadvantaged women, including victims of domestic violence and sexual abuse, unemployed women, women from rural areas and women in prison. Annually, ApoWer has approximately 500 clients that benefit of the support provided by three autonomous centers included in the organisational structure. The association developed various types of courses, trainings, workshops, mostly addressing women victims of domestic abuse and staff working in the field.
STPKC, Nykoeping, Sweden
STPKC, is a recognized 'knowledge broker' organisation in the areas of telematics, multimedia, eLearning and eCommerce. It was established to provide collected knowledge on methodology and pedagogic dimensions of the development and usage of IT, telematics, multimedia and usage of online services for learning, distance work and collaborative initiatives. It is a networking company, binding together expertise and innovative actors not only in Sweden but also extensively from Europe and the rest of the world.