Four partners from Sweden, Italy, Spain and Turkey to work together for young people.
IFALL, Integration För Alla, the Swedish partner,is volunteer-based organization. The main objective of the organization is to promote integration between cultures and counteract violence between cultures in Sweden and in another countries. With culture we mean Individual. In this way we would like state that we are not only working with integration of refugees but also we are working with integration of cultures in different level.
ifall.se / Neco and Charlotte contacts: firstname.lastname@example.org / email@example.com
Bluebook LTD, the Italian partner, is a SME communication agency, with a special expertise in social communication; it is also a social event planner and a PR firm. Bluebook works with young people through schools and through associations representing them, looking for and finding always new communication strategies in order to involve and empower them and in order to promote the principle of no discrimination inside NGOs, public entities and schools.
www.bluebook.it / Monica and Noemi contacts: firstname.lastname@example.org / email@example.com
FAAL, the Turkish partner, is situated in the Kecioren area which has a lot of young people. The organization has board and most of the board member are between 20 – 25. Organization founded at the end of 2013. FAAL is working with Keciören Municipality, schools and other youth organizations in its environment in order to increase impact. The main purpose of the organization is to empower youth who can take active role in the society. Active citizenship, social inclusion, integration of disadvantage groups are main activities. The mission of FAAL is to foster and support the sustainable development of local communities and individuals’ empowerment through education and training, human rights and international cooperation.
faal.org.tr / At FAAL you can contact Damla: / firstname.lastname@example.org
AIJU research centre, the Spanish partner, is a private, non-profit making organization aiming to boost research, development and technological innovation within toy and related industry, thus making it possible the achievement of a constant competitiveness increase in the sector. During 2014 the number of associated companies surpassed 500, most of them SMEs. AIJU constantly adapts and evolves along with the industry of the region to provide them with timely and proper solutions. Therefore, AIJU does carry out a key role for the benefit of the regional industry since most companies are SMEs with limited possibilities to undertake the actions to achieve competitiveness and innovation by themselves.
Tamara and Ruperto contacts: email@example.com / firstname.lastname@example.org