CEPS Projectes Socials
The lead partner CEPS Projectes Socials (Barcelona, Spain) runs social, cultural and educational projects with a strong innovative character. It has important know-how in implementing cultural digital projects, providing training and developing educational material, and successfully managing EU projects. The mission of CEPS Projectes Socials is to facilitate citizens to access the social and cultural capital of their communities by empowering people, fostering social cohesion, social inclusion and combating discrimination.
+ info: www.asceps.org
Juan Pedregosa (Director) firstname.lastname@example.org
Gigi Guizzo (Project Manager) email@example.com
CIES – Centro Informazione e Educazione allo Sviluppo
The Italian partner CIES – Centre for Development Education and Information – is a non-governmental organisation recognised by the Italian Ministry of Foreign Affairs and the European Union Commission as qualified to operate in the field of international cooperation, with countries in the Global South, and in Global Citizenship education and awareness raising in Europe and in Italy. CIES is engaged in projects relating to migrants, women, children and young people in situations of marginalisation and socio-economic insecurity.
Silvia Di Laurenzi (Head of Training and Education Division) firstname.lastname@example.org
Laura Bernardi (Local Coordinator): email@example.com
For over 25 years, Collage Arts have created opportunities for greater participation in the arts and creative industries for the whole community through a range of innovative learning programmes (designed to help excluded groups re-engage with learning and enter vocational training and employment in the arts and creative industries), business support services, facilities and resources. From two derelict and unusable buildings, Collage Arts have developed a community of over 200 artists and creative businesses, based in the heart of Wood Green’s Cultural Quarter in North London. Collage Arts’ vision for the Chocolate Factories has been the creation of a vibrant centre in the creative industries where people from all social backgrounds can participate.
Manoj Ambasna (Executive Director) firstname.lastname@example.org
Preeti Dasgupta (Deputy Director) email@example.com
Partnership for Community Action and Transformation contributes to sustainable community development by encouraging, sustaining and promoting local and regional initiatives and social responsibility (on an individual, organisational and institutional level).
PACT works with people in the rural and small urban areas in the South of Romania in order to create civil society structures (community organisations) and help them become active, efficient and known in their region. It has know-how in participatory community development within mixed ethnic communities and has developed various projects involving intercultural dialogue, active citizenship, civic education, participatory needs and resource assessment.
Therefore, PACT’s programs and projects are aimed at identifying pro-active people in the small communities from Southern Romania and helping them with resources, trainings and a small grant in order to develop relevant projects for their communities.
+ info: www.fundatiapact.ro
Georgiana Cune (Project Coordinator) firstname.lastname@example.org
Alice Teodorescu (Local Research Coordinator) email@example.com
PLS – Pour la Solidarité
Pour la Solidarité (PLS) is a European non-governmental organisation based in Brussels, constituted as a Think Tank. It provides information and support to European citizens, economic and social organisations, and public authorities, within 5 themes of work: social affairs, social economy, citizenship, diversity (including Corporate Social Responsibility) and sustainable development.
+ info: www.pourlasolidarite.eu
Denis Stokkink (President) firstname.lastname@example.org
Céline Brandeleer (Project Manager) email@example.com
University Rovira i Virgili
The academic background and methodology of the ICUD project is led by the Social and Organisational Analysis research group (ASO) at the Sociology Unit of the University Rovira i Virgili (Tarragona, Spain). ASO focuses on social science analysis and research from an interdisciplinary perspective in two main fields: organisational phenomena and social issues.