The Partners

VisMedNet Association

Http://vismednet.org

VisMedNet Association (Swieqi, Malta) is a private NGO of professionals operating since 2012 now a specialist in the generation of concepts, establishment of sustainable networks, animation of online learning communities  and above extensive activities in the fields of youth and employment, training and development. It is also the champion of the InternPrize dynamic having started it as an experiment in 2014.

Associazione ValIda

Http://validanet.eu/

Associazione ValIda (Rome, Italy) is committed to the development, implementation and acknowledgement of the value of non-formal and informal learning within the European framework and international mobility for the creation and development of good practices, inter-cultural exchanges and joint programmes.

AMAM

Https://www.africanmediamalta.com

African Media Association Malta (Valletta, Malta) is a Maltese NGO founded un 2014 to promote the African Perspective. As a media organization, its aim is to develop an inclusive multi media network where all the members can find a place to debate.  It also promotes Media literacy, empowerment through jobs related skills, capacity building  and advocacy.

MOAS

Https://www.moas.eu/

Migrant Offshore Aid Station (Valletta, Malta) is an international humanitarian organisation dedicated to providing aid and emergency relief to the most vulnerable communities around the world. Specialised in delivering assistance in logistically challenging, hard-to-reach areas, MOAS goes where the need is greatest.

CRAMAI

Https://www.cramai.org/

Conflict Resolution and Migration Awareness Initiative (Nigeria) is a non governmental organisation which aims to promote regular migration across the world by working in synergy with relevant stakeholders in engendering peace and harmony, safe and beneficial migration regimes in today’s dynamic society.

 

LABA

http://lelaba.eu/

Founded in 2013, Le LABA (Bordeaux, France) is a centre of expertise specialized in European funding in the creative and cultural industries. This cluster brings together twenty networks of operators from New Aquitaine Region working in the fields of culture, education and digital technology.  Le LABA is located in the city of Cenon, in a priority district on the right bank of Bordeaux, where the population includes 56 different nationalities. 

 

UNINETTUNO

http://www.uninettunouniversity.net 

The International Telematic University UNINETTUNO (Rome, Italy) was established by the decree of the 15th April 2005 as an online University (the best in Italy according to the National Accreditation Agency) with six Faculties (Engineering, Economics, Literature, Psychology, Communication Sciences and Jurisprudence), and about 20,000 enrolled students from over 160 different countries around the world. It offers first and second level degree courses, doctoral courses, masters and vocational training courses, in Italian, English, French and Arabic, Greek, Russian and Chinese. In addition to the main office in Rome, the University has over 90 Technological Poles and 200 examination centres in Italy and in the world. 

 

http://www.social-empowerment.org 

Social Empowerment Hub is a non-governmental and non-for-profit organisation operating since 2003. Its main areas of expertise include women, migrants, refugees, minorities, unaccompanied minors, low skilled youth and long term unemployed, disabled and elderly. The Hub offers its services at its own both provisions in Athens and through decentralized community-based facilities, and in participation with municipalities, public or private organisations and networks.

 

IAS

http://african-studies.org/

The Institute for African Studies (IAS) is registered non-profit, NGO  created in 2004. The mission is to be a Centre for research, global education and development education (DE&DE), advocacy, diversity dialogue, sustainability and global perspectives. The team of this organisation is implementing projects in various locations in Slovenia with asylum seekers, refugees, migrants and minorities’ communities and youth (both in elementary and high schools, and youth Centres), as well as with local, national authorities and the media.