Our partners

TOG (Turkish)

Toplum Gönüllüleri Vakfı (TOG – Community Volunteers Foundation) was founded in December 2002. The Foundation contributes to the personal development of young people by encouraging them to participate in social responsibility projects as volunteers. In doing so, it increases young people’s community involvement on a voluntary basis. Every year the Foundation supports the realization of over 800 projects and activities implemented by about 30,000 young people in over 100 university clubs.

Munterwegs (Switzerland)

MUNTERwegs is a non-profit, well-experienced volunteer association. From its beginning in 2009 the mentoring program MUNTERwegs has been organized in various communities and in cooperation with different organisations, e.g. Red Cross, Caritas and public authorities. More than 300 pairs were matched and coached via our NGO in the last 6 years. We also provide trainings and coachings for our mentors and the participating families in the field of health prevention (physical and mental well being), learning techniques, resilience, fostering equal opportunities and social inclusion.

K.A.N.E (Greece)

Koinoniki Anaptyxi Neon / Social Youth Development, (K.A.NE.), is a non-profit organization situated in Kalamata,Greece. Local young people founded KANE in 2008 with the aim to develop both locally and internationally. Our target group is mainly young people aged 15-35 and people involved in the youth field.

C4E (Espagne)

Centre for Education was established in 2012 and is a Not for Profit Association based in the Marina Cala D’or, Mallorca, Spain.

Centre for Education provides education and training for children, youth and adults in various areas of education, develops education and training methods to further develop and promote ideas and researches new training and education methods to develop and promote these ideas .

 

Grimstaad (Norvège)

The meaning of the long title «Kvalifiseringstjenesten» would be something like «Services of Qualifications». Around 250 immigrants (age 17 and up) get their training in Norwegian and the country`s history/culture every week. Around half of the students are refugees. The other half contains immigrants living in Norway due to various reasons such as marriges, students and teachers at the university and people who have moved to Norway to find work. Kvalifiseringstjenesten also help new refugees to integrate into the society by providing practical and financial support regarding housing, kindergarten, work practice etc. The centre is financed locally by Grimstad municipality. The municipality receives money from the Norwegian state to provide the services.

Pistes Solidaires Méditerranée (France)

 Pistes Solidaires Méditerranée (PSM) is an organisation working on the field of non-formal education. It aims at promoting citizenship (equality, tolerance, altruism) in our intercultural society and interdependent world. The organisation is involved in training youngsters as “change makers”, through enabling meetings and exchange between youngsters from different cultures and various horizons.