bit schulungscenter, AT (project leader)
bit (= best in training) schulungscenter (= training centre), founded in 1986, is one of the leading education providers in the area of labour-market projects, vocational education, training and employability in Austria. Our clear strength is our experience and know-how in designing (didactics, methodology, instructional design) and carrying out diverse national and international projects. We have substantial experience in working with different target groups, e.g. young people, young unemployed adults, and their educational needs through our regular activities. We employ 263 highly experienced staff in seven Austrian regions, which enables us to draw on up to-date know-how and creative training methods for the design of our projects.
Fundacja “Zielony Slon” – Green Elephant Foundation is an experienced coordinator and partner in the implementation of European projects. Their volunteers and trainers have managed or participated in numerous international and national projects for several years. The staff, trainers and volunteers are experienced in international project management, cooperation with external institutions, organization of educational activities for youth, youth workers and adults.
Active Youth, LT
Active Youth is a Lithuania-based for-purpose organisation that unites young leaders, thinkers and doers, those who seek change and those who make change. Our goal is to create social, cultural and educational impact for groups and communities in need. We do it through organising and getting involved in youth mobility/training; as well as improving infrastructure and opportunities around us.
Jonathan is a non-profit social cooperative, born in 2009 in Piazzola sul Brenta (Padua). Composed by young professionals, it operates in sectors like socio-cultural promotion, education and training, environmental protection, human rights and gender equality promotion. Our vision is that each individual can contribute as active citizen to the development and wellbeing of the community, with regard to sustainability and human rights. Our collaborations’ network includes families, schools and universities, socio-sanitary services, associations, enterprises and local administrations, to whom we offer consulting in projecting interventions about gender policies, socio-cultural promotion and territorial protection and promotion.
A non-profit and non-governmental organization – offers information-tools and services for young people in the Federal State of Styria. As the Styrian special department for youth information and communication our main target is to strengthen young people on their way, evolving to active parts of our society. By providing a comprehensive and user-friendly information service responsive to the personal, social and vocational needs of young people we foster informational and decision-making literacy. Our main target groups include adolescents and young people aged between 12 to 30 as well as professionals in formal and non-formal educational settings (e.g. teachers, youth workers, …).