Adice (Roubaix, France). Since its creation in 1999 in Roubaix, ADICE promotes one main objective: the fi¬ght against discrimination and the social promotion of job seekers and youngsters with fewer opportunities. To this end, ADICE allows everyone (youngsters, job seekers) to participate to European and International training and mobility actions. ADICE considers mobility as a way to integrate, mix and promote people, enabling them to acquire social, professional and intercultural competences.
Merseyside Expanding Horizons (Liverpool, United-Kingdom) MEH is a non-profit (voluntary sector) organization based in Liverpool, UK, acknowledged as a specialist agency with skills in the direct delivery and commissioning of services for people facing social exclusion. As an infrastructure organization, MEH works across the region of Merseyside bringing together Merseyside based voluntary, private and public-sector agencies to promote and generate multi agency and cross sector working around key issues relevant to social inclusion. This is on a local, regional, national and European level.
Dynamo International Mobilité (Brussels, Belgium) is a personalized support service for the construction of international projects. They accompany, inform and / or guide young people aged 13 to 25 on the possibilities of carrying out an individual or collective project of international mobility.
Per Esempio Onlus (Palermo, Italy) is a non-profit organization born in Palermo in 2011 and created by the cooperation between a group of young workers with different professional experiences who decided to address their skills towards the service sector. Our aim is to blend professional wishes with the will to encourage a positive change inside our reference social context. The organization’s field of action are: design and development of action aimed to subjects in danger of marginalization, promotion of mobility opportunities, training and non-formal education. The role of Per Esempio is carried out both at local and international level, in fostering cultural exchanges and good practices.
USB «United Societies of Balkans» (Thessaloniki, Greece) is a Non-Governmental Organization, founded in Thessaloniki in 2008 by a team of active young people, socially sensitized, and with rich experience around voluntary programs. Their vision was the promotion of youth mobility, youth involvement in volunteering and their further sensitizing around social issues. Balkans and Eastern Europe are geographical regions with many cultural features which offer a broad spectrum of actions and youth involvement initiatives. The organization was created as a respond to the pressure of constant changes in the Balkan and Eastern European region and under the need for the creation of a better social environment. Key areas of the organization’s activities concern the defence of human rights, the organization of youth exchanges and training courses, which will bring young people from Balkans and Europe together, the organization of local educational seminars and multimedia production.
Social Youth Development, KANE (Kalamatha, Greece) is a non-profit organization situated in Kalamata, Greece. Our main target group is young people aged 15-30, youth workers, youth leaders, mentors and trainers. However, we are also working with all the local community. KANE’s vision is to foster youth motivation in order to take initiatives and become more active citizens. KANE’s mission is to provide educational and training opportunities for youth and people that work in the youth field. KANE also aim at fighting discrimination, fostering intercultural and social development, and promoting social inclusion and equality, particularly for young people. At organizational level, KANE promote cooperation among local, regional and international organizations and public bodies.