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Elderberry Ab

Elderberry AB www.elderberry.nu undertakes development and strategic studies, authoring, testing, editing and publishing within: school, youth, adult, teacher, culture and heritage, often with socio-cultural and urban implications. Elderberry AB has experience in developing educational material for schools Education, heritage and culture, migrants and refugees and mobile learning. The company is experienced with traditional methods for educational material and training as with eLearning, mobile learning and eCulture. Elderberry AB specialise in developing and integrating contemporary educational methodology into their work such as; multiple intelligences and incorporating a problem- and scenario- based approach. They have their own Learning Management System for on-line scenario based training, which puts training in the perspective of real life situations.


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European Platform for International Cohesion (EPIC)

The European Platform for International Cohesion (EPIC) is an NGO that was established in Italy in early 2020 to build on the experience of its members coming from various social and educational backgrounds to promote the values of European integration in all its social and economic facets. The core of the association is to promote awareness and ownership of the fundamental concepts of cohesion that stand behind the European Union. EPIC was founded by its members as a grassroot movement to counter the wave of the anti-European sentiment that started afflicting the dream of a United Europe to promote with small but concrete actions the values of European cohesion. The spirit behind EPIC is one of "togetherness" and unity in a particular moment of social distress of the European dream. The purpose of EPIC is hence to promote and instil European values of integration and cohesion. EPIC organises events of awareness among civil society and groups of citizens to provide concrete and valuable examples of the may positive opportunities of the European Union to inspire the population at large and share the values of European integration. The purpose of those activities is to promote engagement among various cohorts of target groups, ranging from youth to seniors.


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Husavik Academic Center (HAC)

Husavik Academic Center (HAC) is a network based regional institution which serves the north-eastern part of Iceland. It is dedicated to promote and facilitate lifelong learning, university studies and interdisciplinary researches. The centre has its main base in the town of Husavik, in the municipality of Nordurthing. The adult educational part of the organization is diverse and dynamic. Courses are often adjusted to the demands and needs of the inhabitants and the labor market in the area so HAC staff has great experience in servicing inhabitants, public and private sector with quality education, short and long courses that fit their demands. At the researching department of HAC the experience is as diverse as well. The department has several different projects for municipalities and companies related to researching but also special projects such as project management around conferences, workshops or other activities.


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IHF ASBL

IHF, Institut de Haute Formation aux Politiques Communautaires asbl, is a non profit organisation established in Brussels (Belgium) in 2003. The principal aim of IHF is to provide the community (including non profit and local authorities) with assistance for the development of a wider international cooperation through activities of specialised training on European policies and the dissemination of European values. One of the means to reach this objective is the organisation of highly specialised courses and seminars focused at the development of European projects. The courses focus on EU Policies and Legislation, International Relations and Project Management, promoting the possibility to participate in EU-funded programmes. IHF organises also study groups to Brussels for young graduates, local authorities representatives, SMEs, Universities, promoting mobility activities at different training levels. Since 2004 IHF organised more than 40 study visits to Brussels for more than 500 people. IHF took part as associate partner in previous EU funded projects, contributing mainly to Disseminaton and exploitation activities. IHF provides further assistance through continuous monitoring of EU legislation and European Institution activities, and consequent spread of related information, assistance in the search for partners and building up of networks. Thanks to its presence in Brussels IHF asbl developed relevant experience in the organisation of Dissemination and Valorisation activities at EU level, through contacts with MEPs, other European associations and Institutions, stakeholders, consumers groups etc.


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IWS INTERNET WEB SOLUTIONS

Internet Web Solutions is a leading provider of information technology (IT) and engineering services based in Málaga. Its business plan has received the finalist award from the City of Madrid in the National Business Competition sponsored by IdeCesem Business School. Internet Web Solutions is specialized in domains like Professional Web Design,Web Development,Software Development,E-Commerce Solutions,E-learning projects and SEO strategies.It also provides online marketing solutions and quality translation services. Internet Web Solutions is providing high-tech,custom and quality web design,Outsourced Web Development and Software Development services with latest and emerging Web Technologies,in particular PHP,Java Script,AjAx and newest DHTML IT languages. Internet Web Solutions has a result-oriented team under one roof that comprises of Software/Web/Creative Designers, Developers, SEO Experts, Programmers, Software Developers and Marketing professionals. Our aim is to make IT technology much more accessible to general and specialized public.


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Nýheimar

Nýheimar the building was built in 2002 and operated as an informal co-operational forum among institutions until spring 2013 when the Nýheimar Knowledge Centre was formalized. The Knowledge Centre was established as an umbrella organization for various institutions and agencies working in education, research, innovation, and culture. Twelve different institutions are members of the of the collaboration that the knowledge centre is established around and they all have extensive interdisciplinary knowledge and experience. Nýheimars Knowledge Centers central role is to facilitate cooperation between the various sectors within and as a part of the Municipality of Hornafjordur. Another vital objective is to promote closer cooperation of individuals, businesses, organizations, and public entities with a special emphasis on the integration of culture, education, innovation, and research in Hornafjörður municipality. Nýheimars main focus is to enhance cooperation within the society as a whole in the municipality as well as reaching out to rural areas with similar challenges or interests. With that in mind the knowledge centre participates in a variety of domestic and international collaborative projects, including Erasmus + projects. That is therefore safe to say that the knowledge centres fundamental goal is to improve the quality of life of people in rural areas.


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Neamt County School Inspectorate

Mission Neamt County School Inspectorate entrusts four institutional pylons: THE STUDENTS, THE TEACHER, THE SCHOOL and THE COMMUNITY, having as main aim their personal and professional development.The four elements – school, students, teachers and community – contribute to educating and training citizens whereas ISJ reaches the standards of excellence, enhancing the trust of the beneficiaries through a qualitative educational offer to be the basis of our people’s supreme investment in the future. Vision Neamt County School Inspectorate (ISJ) is the institution to apply the Ministry of Education educational policies, valuing the creative potential of the children, youth, teachers and creating the premises of personal development of the adults in order to give meaning to the aspirations and personal goals throughout their life. Structure A. Institutional management: HR Management, HR Development (AE), Educational projects (including AE), Minorities (including AE). B. Curriculum and school inspection: school subjects (curricular areas and school subjects) and monitoring the programmes for the equal access to education.


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