Our partners

Politechnika Lodzka

Lodz University of Technology is one of the best technical universities in Poland. It is proud to have been educating engineers for 75 years. Over 120,000 well-educated graduates are the fruit of the work of several generations of highly-qualified staff: teaching, research and technical staff, as well as professional administrative support.

We are a robust technical university with an established structure, we provide education to over 13 thousand students and employ 2.7 thousand staff. Teaching is delivered at nine faculties. In addition, there are many extra organizational units on the campus. They include venues for inter-departmental education, sports and recreation, entertainment and a variety of organizations enriching student life.

Fundacja Instytut Re-Integracji Społecznej IRIS

IRIS is a non-profit organization from Poland established in 2016. Our main goal is to support youth and adult educational paths through the development of skills and competences, working with culture and art, promotion of ecology, sustainable development and digital transformation.

The target groups of our activities range from children, through youth, adults to senior citizens. IRIS is focused on volunteers, NEETs, children and young people facing economic, geographic or social obstacles, the socially excluded, the disabled and the culturally diversified.

Through our projects and activities we want to provide new solutions in various fields of personal, social and professional life, especially to entrench universal values, teach entrepreneurship and equip participants with transversal skills or abilities useful in life. Moreover, IRIS organizes different events related to the scope of our activity, among the others: workshops, lectures, city games, discussion panels, exhibitions, information days, conferences (also online) and theatre performances.

Fondazione Istituto dei Sordi di Torino ONLUS

Founded in 1814, the Turin Institute for the Deaf works from its foundation with deaf people, deaf people with multiple disabilities and blind people from kindergarten to adult age. It is really involved in the training of educators facing the education of pupils with sensory disabilities. The Turin Institution for the Deaf is an institution providing a wide range of services and activities, for deaf, hard of hearing and other linguistic and cognitive impaired children and adults, such as:

  • Adult education for deaf and hard of hearing;
  • Training program for multi-impaired deaf and deafblind people and students with different disabilities.
  • Vocational training and vocational guidance for young deaf , blind, autistic and other disabled adult students;
  • Speech therapy and LIS programs and early intervention programs;
  • Recognized National Provider of training for teachers;
  • Home housing for deaf adults at risk of multiple discriminations;
  • Kindergarten for Deaf and hearing children;
  • Special need teachers and educators service in mainstream schools supporting students in collaboration with the local social services and school authorities;
  • Specialized library on Deafness and documentation center for teachers and parents;
  • Special projects for the inclusion of deaf people in the society in the view of universal accessibility, with a focus on museum and cultural institutions;
  • Projects with the Universities in the fields of researches, language rehabilitation and social services; European and international projects;
  • Specialized tutoring for students with disabilities enrolled in the 3 public universities of the region;
  • Language classes: Italian, English, sign languages.
  • Sensorial Garden;
  • European Solidarity Corps;
  • Counseling to public employment services.

Emphasys Centre

Emphasys Centre is approved by the Ministry of Education, Culture, Sport and Youth, offering training courses to professionals, adults, young people and students thus promoting digital skills. More specifically, it offers specialized courses for professional development, validated courses for the acquisition of professional qualifications, as well as courses for students aiming to enter higher education institutions (universities) in the UK, Greece and Cyprus.

Equipped with determination, passion and vision, they have created an ICT Consultancy Services Centre, which has become a specialised ICT Education and Vocational Training Centre and a Research Centre that caters for the lifelong learning of all.


The Association of Educational Services "OpenEurope" is a non-for -profit organisation with the main office in Reus (Catalonia, Spain) that aims to help young people and adults who work in youth related sectors participate in European programs. All projects and initiatives of our organisation aim to involve educators, teachers, professors, students and the whole community in carrying on projects and programs that seek a life-long learning process. Our programs are designed to develop the participants' communication, leadership and occupational skills.

Moreover, we pay special attention to increasing non-governmental organisations' capacities as well as those of the volunteers working to solve social problems. We help to involve all the members of the community in our projects and activities, especially those related to civil responsibility, immigration, technology at service of people or smart cities.

e-Nable Greece

e-Nable Greece is a voluntary organization in Greece and represents the activities of the enable movement-National community in Greece. e-Nable Greece has a vision for combating the social exclusion of people with disabilities and all those who suffer from a lack of resources, education, and opportunities. The mission of e-Nable Greece is the utilization of new technologies such as 3D Printing, Mechatronics for the design, production, and evolvement of assistive devices and the education of the wider audience for other people to act as multipliers and promote the active role of a citizen in local communities. The team of e- Nable Greece consist of a group of professionals and volunteers like engineers, teachers, psychologists and social workers. 

Vilniaus Viltis

Welfare Society for Persons with Mental Disability „Vilniaus Viltis“ is a non-profit association, founded in 1991, addressing the people with emotional and learning special needs. Association “Vilniaus Viltis” has been actively working in this area for over 28 years. It is affiliated to National Association “Viltis” which has more than 10 sections all over Lithuania. “Vilniaus Viltis” has more than 600 true members and more that 2000 associated members (parents, guardians etc.).“Vilniaus Viltis” core activities are operation of day care center and long-term social care unit “Life House”. Day care center provides services for up to 30 disabled people, while the long-term “Life House” - for up to 7 persons. “Vilniaus Viltis” implements various projects aimed at integrating the disabled into society, non-formal education and competence development.

AIMS: To unite children, youngsters and adults with mental disability, as well as their families, trustees and other persons acting for and on behalf of the above-named persons, who reside in Vilnius, and promote the overall integration of persons with mental disability into society.

To strive to ensure that the provisions within international legislation and that of the Republic of Lithuania relating to discrimination and exploitation of persons with disability, the elimination of social exclusion of persons with disability, their equal rights to education, employment, social welfare and integration into society be adhered to.

To defend the rights, freedoms and dignity of children, youth and adults with mental disability and theirfamilies, and to address their social, cultural and other needs.


1). Based on the type of disability and the specifics of the problem the Association’s regularly provided services: information, consultation and advocacy services; social and independent livingskills training, maintenance and restoration, self-help groups, motivation to work - work assistants,development of art, sports skills.

2) Social services according to social services catalogue - home help, day social care and long-term social care.

3).The most important area of activities for the Society "Vilniaus Viltis" – integration of people with mental disability into society, through the implementation of the  Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities.

Project number : 2021-1-PL01-KA220-SCH-000027809