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Escuela Profesional Otxarkoaga (Bilbao, Spain)

CF Otxarkoaga is a school located in the north of Spain. The educational task is to provide formal, informal and non-formal education to people from 12 years old to adults. The staff is made up of 141 very committed professionals to work with 1500 students per year in different plans: Secondary Education, Vocational Training, Section for Task learning, Education for Adults and Longlife Learning. CF Otxarkoaga pays special attention to people in disadvantaged situations. The school’s educational work wants to consider students’ and families’ expectations, offering an integral education. It works to promote their integration by offering an adapted learning path, suited to the characteristics of students. Since the school was born in 1964, it has been improving and innovating in order to foster an inclusive education.

Euro-Net (Potenza, Italy)

EURO-NET is an Association that offers information-training services in accordance with the Desks of the European Commission. Euro-net aims to involve young people and adults in the construction of a Europe that is more supportive and closer to the citizens taking into account the people who have the greatest difficulties in participating in community programs; involve young people and adults in difficulty from the urban or rural environment, people with disabilities, people on the verge of social exclusion or who may be considered as excluded in the construction of their future. This means providing them with information they understand and resorting, if necessary, to specific accompanying measures designed to alleviate any difficulties in accessing society. The areas of intervention are therefore developed along 5 axes: Information, Services, Cooperation, Training and Network.

Aidlearn, Consultoria em Recursos Humanos Lda. (Lisbon, Portugal)

AidLearn is a Training, Research-Action and Consulting company, which operates at national level and the European Union, dedicated to the design, implementation and evaluation of studies, projects and training activities that promote individual and / or organisational development. The company is a DGERT certified training provider in a wide range of areas and topics, such as Planning, Design, Organization, Development, Assessment and Distance Learning, but it is also highly experienced in educational projects funded by the Erasmus+ program and has successfully implemented numerous projects centering around social inclusion, tourism, (social) entrepreneurship, active ageing, informal/organisational learning, citizenship and many others.

Uniwersytet Lodzki (Lodz, Poland)

The University of Lodz, established in 1945, is one of the leading institutions of higher education in Poland. For decades it has been also one of the biggest and most popular Polish universities and is repeatedly ranked among the top higher education institutions in the country. The 12 faculties of the University provide programmes, specializations, doctoral programmes and postgraduate studies in Polish and English. The interest in studying at the University of Lodz is determined not only by high quality of instruction but also by the modern programmes of study adapted to the changing demands of the labour market. The institution regularly hosts guest speakers, renowned politicians, businesswomen/men and cultural representatives from Poland and abroad and also actively participates in many international educational and research programmes. Within direct cooperation agreements, the school cooperates with 270 partner institutions from all over the world. Within the Erasmus+ Programme the University has been part of more than 700 agreements with 400 partner institutions.

Stichting Emancipator (Amsterdam, Netherlands)

Recognizing the necessity of including both men’s and women’s emancipation to develop social justice, the Dutch organisation Emancipator aims to address gender inequalities and relations. Through projects, interventions, workshops and research, the organisation encourages and promotes male individuals to take up on opportunities to care, stand up against violence and break with stereotypes. Focusing on the themes work & care, violence & safety and sexuality or sexual diversity, Emancipator raises awareness on the effects, role and solutions to gender equality particularly for men.
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Project: 2021-1-ES01-KA220-SCH-000032603
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