Project Partners

Sportska Zajednica Grada Poreca [Croatia] – Coordinator

Sportska zajednica Grada Poreča (SZGP), allying 47 sport clubs within the City of Poreč which count 3.256 active athletes, and in accordance with national Sport Act, is the promoter of the Programme of public sports programme co-funded through the Council of City of Poreč. SZGP strongly believes that it is the determination of objective interests and targets that is considered crucial for further development of sports in Poreč, since it is only possible for a socially justifiable development to be planned and programmed after the determination of interests has been completed.

Wonderland – Platform for European Architecture [Austria] - Partner

Wonderland is experienced in leading trainings of non-formal education of citizens living in deprived neighbourhoods. Since 2002 they share content, promote emerging architects and initiate relevant projects. The results are published or shared through lectures with the interested audience. Their platform will helps all of us to publish, share, follow, update, comment and connect information about all activities available on the platform. Formats developed by wonderland with annual projects are presented ontheir platform through their own channel

Regionalne Centrum Wolontariatu [Poland] - Partner

The Regional Volunteer Centre in Kielce is one of the most active non-governmental organizations operating in the Świętokrzyskie region. For over 10 years, the organization's primary activity has been helping individuals who wish to become volunteers and mediating between volunteers and organizations in need of assistance. The Centre promotes volunteering and advocates for the enforcement of volunteer laws. Additionally, it offers its expertise, advice, and inspiration to support and guide those involved in volunteering efforts. The Regional Volunteer Centre also supports the initiatives of young people, offering high-quality workshops and training, as well as a range of engaging international projects.

Comparative Research Network Ev [Germany] - Partner

The Center for Research and Networking (CRN) is involved in a range of scientific research, teaching, and cultural activities that bridge the gap between theoretical ideas and real-world experience. As its name suggests, CRN operates on an international and cross-cultural level, recognizing that meaningful comparisons are necessary for a deeper understanding of local realities, and for developing strategies to address the issues that impact our daily lives. The organization conducts research both as a partner within international consortia and through its own initiatives. CRN publishes a working paper series to disseminate the work of its members to a wider audience. The organization believes in the value of context-sensitive research and is open to various theoretical and methodological approaches that promote comparative work. CRN also supports artistic endeavors that connect "science", social issues, and society.

University Of Thessaly – Uth [Greece] - Partner

The University of Thessaly is a higher education institution located in Greece. It was established in 1984 with the aim of providing students with access to a diverse range of academic programs and resources. Since its inception, the University of Thessaly has grown to become one of the leading universities in Greece, known for its commitment to academic excellence and its dedication to providing students with a well-rounded education. With its focus on both research and teaching, the University of Thessaly prepares its students for successful careers and meaningful contributions to society. The university's faculty is comprised of highly-qualified and experienced educators, many of whom are internationally recognized experts in their fields. With its cutting-edge facilities and innovative approach to education, the University of Thessaly is dedicated to preparing the next generation of leaders, thinkers, and problem-solvers.

Mine Vaganti NGO- [Italy] - Partner

Mine Vaganti NGO (MVNGO) is a non-profit organization established in Sardinia in 2009, that today runs global activities from its 4 offices, in Sassari; Sennori; Tempio Pausania and Berlin. “Mine Vaganti” means “something dynamic”, that for our staff of professionals relates to being international social entrepreneurs who preserve a passion for social purposes, in a modern concept of a NGO. The organization is composed by staff members, co-workers and a pool of externals, ca. 50 professionals in total, forming dedicated teams that co-create, develop and/or implement international projects in research, innovation – as well as exchange of good practices, seminars and/or training courses.