PARTNERS

Our Partners

ASDA is nongovernmental, non-profit organisation concerned with civil society issues, particularly promoting equality of opportunities and good relations between persons of different racial groups.

The organisation is established 1995 but registered 2000 in Helsinki, Finland.

The organisation’s mission is to provide guidance, health, social, educational, vocational and character development of youth in general through the offering of structured activities such as short and long courses, homework support, field trips, sports, trainings, seminars, cooperation development with underdeveloped countries.

PRISM is a not-for-profit organisation founded in 2012. PRISM supports the social, cultural and economic development of the territory in which it operates. It acts as a qualified development agent able to monitor and boost in the territory the development policies promoted by local and transnational bodies, in particular by the European Union through structural funds and direct funding programmes managed by the European Commission or its executive agencies. The PRISM mission is about promoting development that is: – local, by promoting territorial identity and potential of endogenous resources;

– based on an effective local governance and development of social capital;  – sustainable, by meeting the needs of present generations without jeopardizing the ability of futures generations to meet their own needs.

European Center for Quality Ltd is a private company, founded in 2001 and specialized in 4 main fields:

+ Management consulting in the field of EU-funded projects

+ Design and delivery of training programmes for business entities and employees

+ Implementation of various initiatives linking the world of business and innovation with the education and training sectors

+ Development and implementation of international standards for quality management. The company works in close cooperation with a number of foreign partners, among which are educational institutions and universities, research institutes, qualification centers, NGOs, chambers of commerce, SMEs, etc. ECQ is experienced in training SME managers and employees in the application of different quality standards.

The Mosaic Art Sound is a private company based in the UK.

It develops projects in two directions: education/culture and the arts. In the social field, The Mosaic designs and delivers activities to enhance human relationships, both for adults and children, disadvantaged groups and ethnic minorities.

  In the area of education and culture, it is active in research and applications of music to enhance life at all levels and to integrate foreign language teaching.

Spolek PELICAN is a non-profit association active in the field of education and culture. It is based on the belief that one way to improve the quality of education is to raise public awareness of current trends in education and support their implementation in all levels of education. Its mission is to serve the needs of students and educational community by supporting, collaborating and partnering with local, regional and state non-profit organizations and providing quality products, programs and professional services.

The association have considerable experience in international European Commission funded projects aimed at the development and implementation of innovative teaching and learning resources and methodologies

Foundation for the Development of International and Educational Activity – FRAME aims to develop and promote international cooperation of local communities supporting education, professional activity and the well-being of citizens. It implements the statutory goals thanks to the development of international, national and local cooperation of broadly understood social character, supporting European integration, active cooperation in the development of civil society and democracy culture as well as scientific, educational and cultural activities for beneficiaries, in particular, the disadvantaged groups.

FRAME is a young foundation that was created in response to the observed changes in the socio-economic environment of Poland and Europe.