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AcrossLimits (Malta)
AcrossLimits is a dynamic Maltese commercial entity with its roots firmly derived from the new technology and media sector. In fact its core business is still centred around the areas of e-Business, Internet and Knowledge Management solutions for Small and Medium Enterprises. However in the last years, AcrossLimits has diversified and now is made up of 3 main divisions, namely Technology, European projects and Education.
Anthropolis (Budapest, Hungary)
Anthropolis is a public benefit non-profit association, founded in 2002. The organisation intends to strengthen institutional background of education and social and visual anthropological research, produced documentaries on Hungarian minorities, migrants etc., organized media campaigns and awareness-raising festivals on global issues.
Bulgarian Development Agency (Sofia, Bulgaria)
The Bulgarian Development Agency (BDA) is a non-profit association undertaking activities for public benefit. BDA has been established in Sofia, Bulgaria. The association aims to contribute to the regional development issues, as well to promote the democratic and integration processes in the society.
Center for digital storytelling – CDS (Berkeley, USA)
An international nonprofit training, project development, and research organization that assists youth and adults around the world in using digital media tools to craft and record meaningful stories from their lives and share these stories in ways that enable learning, build community, and inspire justice.
Degder (Denizli, Turkey)
Degder is an international non-profit organization was established in 2004 in Denizli/ TURKIYE. Its aim: To provide intercultural learning opportunities to develop the knowledge, skills and understanding of people for living in a more peaceful world. Its specific expertise is education.
DIK (Sweden)
DIK is a trade union organising academically trained professionals in the fields of culture and communication (eg. archivists, cultural managers, librarians, museum professionals and information and communication officers). DIK has 22.000 members.
ENCATC - European Network of Cultural Administration Training Centers
ENCATC is the leading European network on Cultural Management and Cultural Policy education. ENCATC is the only European network gathering together higher educational institutions and training organizations dealing with cultural management education and training.
Finnish Museums Association (Helsinki, Finland)
Finnish Museums Association (FMA) is the central organisation for museums in Finland. Its tasks include looking after museums´ interests and advancing museums´ activities. The Finnish Museums Association incorporates all professionally run museums in the country.
Goldsmiths, University of London
Internationally renowned for their creative and innovative approach to teaching and research, at Goldsmiths they offer undergraduate, postgraduate, teacher training and return-to-study opportunities in subjects covering the arts and humanities, social sciences, cultural studies, computing, and entrepreneurial business and management.
Grimme-Institut (Marl, Germany)
The Grimme Institute perceives itself as a forum for the debate on political communication in the Federal Republic of Germany and performs theoretical and practical educational work within the realm of the media and ICT.
Institute for Humanistic Management – HuMan (Bulgaria)
HuMan Bulgaria is a non-profit organization, which is working and committed to promote the importance of the human factor in the workplace. HuMan is a platform for continuous exchange of knowledge, new ideas, methods and tools, with the ultimate goal for successful management in harmony.
Melting Pro. Laboratorio per la Cultura (Rome, Italy)
Melting Pro è un'associazione culturale nata nel 2011 dalla volontà di otto giovani professioniste di consolidare un’esperienza pluriennale di collaborazione nel settore del management culturale. Riunisce competenze trasversali per offrire un approccio innovativo alla cultura e alle risorse a disposizione per promuoverla.
Modern Didactics Center (Vilnius, Lithuania)
Modern Didactics Centre (MDC) is non-profit, non-governmental organization for continuing adult education and in-service training. MDC was established in 1999 as inter-university centre by an initiative of Vilnius Pedagogical University and the Open Society Fund-Lithuania.
National and Kapodistrian University of Athens (Greece)
The National and Kapodistrian University of Athens is the largest state institution of higher learning in Greece, and among the largest universities in Europe. As all other Greek universities, it is a self-governed legal entity of public law and all major policy issues are determined by the Ministry of National Education and Religion.
Perspectives (Belgium)
Perspectives is an organisation aiming to help disadvantaged adult people (low education level and long period of inactivity) to reach the labour market. It is agreed by regional government as socio professional inclusion organisation and as operator dealing with digital divide issues.
RPIC-ViP (Ostrava, Česká Republika)
RPIC-ViP is an educational, innovative and counselling company operating on the labour market since 1999. Its management has twenty-year experience in the field of human resources management.
Storyteller Museum (Poland)
Storyteller Museum is an extraordinary meeting of the Spoken Word and Creative Thinking. Both children and adults have the opportunity to participate in special events related to the fairy tale, the transmission of stories and legends. The museum aims to influence the development of visitors' personality and creativity.
Tallinn Creative Hub (Estonia)
Tallinn was the European Capital of Culture in the year 2011. During the years of the preparation which started in 2004 till the year 2011 the Foundation’s one important role was to map the situation of the creative and cultural field and situation (city versus Europe versus world).
Università degli Studi di Roma Tre (Rome, Italy)
Rome TRE University has 8 faculties and about 870 teachers. The research area is formed of 31 Departments. Its 40,000 students are the fruit of a winning strategy founded on offering a wide-range of courses and on innovation that focuses on the quality of the teaching and the introduction of the young into the working world.
University of Deusto – Institute of Leisure Studies (Bilbao, Spain)
The Institute of Leisure Studies at Deusto University is the only academic centre in Spain dealing with training, research and documentation in leisure. Its activity – at national and international level - involves an interdisciplinary team of teachers and researchers, alongside experts and professionals from the academic, institutional, corporate and associative world.
Vytautas Magnus University (VMU) (Lithuania)
Vytautas Magnus University (VMU) established in 1922 (re-established in 1989) is one of the most liberal and modern universities in Lithuania, boasting an exciting history, nurturing and continuing deep-rooted traditions. Studies at Vytautas Magnus University are organized by 9 faculties and 2 academic subdivisions.
Yale College of Wrexham (Wrexham, UK)
An outstanding UK tertiary college, Yale College is renowned for delivering excellence in further education. Its impressive results and state of the art facilities attract over 14,000 students every year to achieve the skills they need for employment and further study.
WYŻSZA SZKOŁA BIZNESU I NAUK O ZDROWIU (Poland)
WYŻSZA SZKOŁA BIZNESU I NAUK O ZDROWIU is the first non-public higher education institution in central Poland that offers health-allied and medical-allied studies as well as business and pedagogy faculties.

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