We are proud to collaborate with a whole range of international knowledge sharing partners. Explore them below.

If you would like to partner with us do get in touch


Youth Development and Integration Association STRIM is one of the most active organisations in youth field in Malopolska region. During the 15 years of their existence, they have implemented around 520 projects for young people.

STRIM was established in 2001 in Kraków, as a non-governmental organisation, and helps people facing social issues. It aims to build a more open-minded society, address youth issues, and promote international education and culture. STRIM leads a diverse number of projects in Poland and abroad, mainly in the field of culture and intercultural education.

We’re currently partnering with them for our UMJ project.



Asociación Dianova España was founded in 1982. Dianova, at its very first stages, was focused on prevention and treatment of problems related to interpersonal relations, addictive behaviours and behavioural disorders.

Due to their extensive experience of working with young people, they carry out different programs focused on:

  • Social Inclusion
  • Educational programmes that prevent violence in secondary schools
  • Gender Equality for teachers, family and youth
  • Family intervention
  • Psychological assistance
  • Teachers training on emotional and rational learning
  • Training for job seekers
  • Soft Skills development for empowerment and employability for youth at risk of social exclusion
  • Immigrants in need of protection and shelter
  • We’re currently partnering with them for our UMJ project.


ANESPO – National Association of Professional Schools is a non-profit organisation established in February 1991, representing over 140 Professional Schools in Portugal.

Most of the schools are owned by Companies, Business Associations, Foundations, Cooperatives, Trade Unions and Local Authorities.

The schools deliver professional courses to approximately 40,000 students and awards Level 4 diplomas (European Union’s qualification framework).

We’re currently partnering with them for our UMJ project. [hyperlink to UMJ which should sit under resources]


Action Synergy

Action Synergy S.A. is a training and knowledge-based application organisation which is actively involved in organising and managing European education projects, which promote the development of education technologies, training methodologies and e-learning training courses. We’re currently partnering with them for our UMJ project.

Action Synergy has extensive experience in managing and coordinating European Projects. It supports youth and mobility activities in a wide range of sectors related with education & training. Action Synergy’s key areas of expertise include the development of courses and modules that make use of innovative methodologies such as:

  • open/flexible learning methodologies
  • e-learning
  • learning needs analysis
  • development of professional profiles and lists of skills and competencies
  • development of synergies at local, national and transnational level

We’re currently partnering with them for our UMJ project.



Sustainable Alternative to Community was established in January 2013 in Zagreb, Croatia.

Their aim is to organise various activities for youth during which they can develop their potential and drive sustainable social change.

We’re currently partnering with them for our UMJ project.



IFOA Training and Consultancy Centre of the Chambers of Commerce was established in Reggio Emilia in 1971. For 40 years, IFOA has been working at increasing professional skills and providing training services to both young people and adults and offering labour market access support. IFOA contributes at supporting the framework economy – business, services, professionals – by placing many trained people.

Ifoa is recognised as the partner of the enterprises to develop their human capital through recruiting, guidance and training services. IFOA works within an international context designing and managing training and technical assistance projects either in the position of leader or partner. IFOA is active in Europe and South Eastern Europe, North and South America, the Mediterranean basin and China.

These projects are focused on:

  • reform and development of training, economic and managerial systems
  • support to employment services
  • support for company internationalisation
  • vocational training, skills development, ICT, employment and social inclusion policies
  • transfer of best practices
  • consulting and technical assistance to public and private bodies for the access to EC funds.

We’re currently partnering with them for our UMJ project.


Ballymun Job Centre (BJC)

Ballymun Job Centre (BJC) is a community-based non-profit making organisation which provides services to local unemployed people.

The BJC was established in 1986 as a community response to a chronic unemployment situation. Since 1996, BJC manages the Local Employment Services Network in the Ballymun area. Over 20,000 individuals have registered with the BJC and their services have supported over 6,000 individuals to access jobs over 10,000 jobs.

We’re currently partnering with them for our UMJ project. [hyperlink to UMJ which should sit under resources]



CELF (Centre for Vocational Education Lolland Falster) is a vocational college based in Nykobing Falster in Denmark.

CELF is a key player in the local area and the region’s development. CELF educates and qualifies young people and adults to meet the demands that a global world imposes on future labour. CELF has developed far-reaching relationships that translate into a wide range of projects locally, regionally and internationally.

We’re currently partnering with them in our SEPLO project. 



ALFMED is an organisation based in Perpignan in the South of France.

The core activity of ALFMED consists of activities in two main sectors:

  • Providing continuous language training for French companies.
  • International and European Mobility projects management & counselling for VET schools, Higher Education training centres and SMEs.


EGInA Srl is a private training agency and consultancy body based in Foligno (Umbria, Italy), operating in the field of EU projects and grants. The company has been founded by a team of project managers with long-term experience in the preparation, submission and implementation of project proposals, as well as in the coordination of international partnerships and the administrative and financial management of actions at local, national and EU level.

EGInA operates within a wide and consolidated network of public and private bodies, providing high-quality services and consultancy in different fields:

  • EU/International projects
  • Lifelong Learning and Higher Education
  • Research & Innovation
  • Transnational mobility

EGInA is committed to implement national and EU projects of social innovation, with a special focus on the promotion of the digital competence and entrepreneurship education.

We’re currently partnering with them in our SEPLO project


Collaboration and partnership is at the heart of what we do.

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