CEPS Projectes Socials (ES)

Is a non-profit organization based in Barcelona working on EU wide projects. CEPS is responsible for the management and implementation of socio-educational activities for children, young people and adults, and further training for professionals. Expert staff research and develop innovative projects and practices. CEPS promotes a strategic and social view of the use of new technologies, and through participatory practices new models for strategic partnerships are developed at a local and international level. Social impact and creative activities are blended together into inspiring solutions for the community.

Mariana Pfenniger, Head of International Projects
Avinguda Fabregada, 22 – 3a planta 08907
L’Hospitalet de Llobregat, Barcelona – Spain

Umanotera (Slovenia)

Umanotera, The Slovenian Foundation for Sustainable Development is an independent non-governmental non-profit professional organisation. It was established in 1994 and has since gained recognition as one of the pillars of civil society in Slovenia. Through watchdog activities, development of various initiatives and participation in decision-making processes, Umanotera is committed to enhancement of participatory democracy in Slovenia. Umanotera also informs and raises awareness by presenting inspiring good practices and by confronting different opinions, publishing publications, research reports and alternative official documents. In the past 25 years Umanotera successfully implemented national and international projects in various fields, such as climate change, sustainable community practices, sustainable food consumption, green jobs, green budget reform, international trade agreements, green office, carbon footprint, responsible tourism, ethical consumption, coordinating the network of Slovenian environmental NGOs etc.

Gaja Brecelj, Managing director
Trubarjeva 50, 1000
Ljubljana, Slovenia

Südwind (Austria)

Südwind is an Austrian non-profit non-governmental organization with over 40 years of experience that focuses on human rights, fair living wages and sustainable global development. Through communication campaigns, the compilation of studies on global issues and public affairs work Südwind advocates for policies and practices that enable a Good Life For All within planetary boundaries. Südwind promotes Global Citizenship Education through workshops at schools and extracurricular educational work. The renowned Südwind Magazine, a bi-monthly print and online magazine published by Südwind, shines a light on international development issues, international politics and global civil society initiatives.

Angelika Derfler, MA
Laudongasse 40, 1080 Vienna, Austria

Humanitas (Slovenia)

Humanitas Association – Center for Global Learning and Cooperation is a non-governmental, non-profit and independent organization that has been working in the field of global learning and supporting programs for children and local communities in Ghana, Burkina Faso and Kenya since 2000. We are the leading organization in the field of global learning in Slovenia, and we cooperate in our activities with partners from all over the world. We implement more than 50 global education workshops and seminars per year.

Through educational, awareness-raising activities in formal and non-formal environments we encourage solidarity and cooperation among different people and communities. We focus on topics such as interculturality, migration, social inclusion, climate change, environment protection, development and decolonization. Our main goal is to ignite a spark among people to start thinking, feeling and acting in a collective way and to bring a possible change and build a world of social and environmental justice.

Viktorija Kos, project coordinator
Zemljemerska 12, 1000 Ljubljana, Slovenia

LDA Mostar (BIH)

Since its establishment in November 2004, Local Democracy Agency Mostar acts as a locally registered non-profit, nongovernmental organization, with the support of its partners and co-operation with other Agencies and the Association of Local Democracy Agencies (ALDA). It is precisely this co-operation, both on local and regional level that has enabled numerous activities and projects useful for the development of the local community and its inclusion into processes at the regional level. Activities of LDA Mostar, which aim to create a more active citizenry on one side, and transparent and accountable local authorities on the other, are focused towards development of a modern democratic society. These activities entangle every segment of life of the local community and offer a possibility of improving the living standard of all categories of the society by directly influencing concrete changes.

Dzenana Dedic, Director of LDA Mostar
Fra Ambre Miletica 30, 88 000, Mostar
Bosnia and Herzegovina

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