Our partners


Association of People with Disabilities and their Friends “Apeirons” is a non-governmental organization working from 1997 towards a unite goal – equal treatment and opportunities for people with disabilities. Employees are people with disabilities and others who are interested in matters of inclusion of disabled people into society.

Some of the main objectives of “Apeirons” are employment of people with disabilities and creating an accessible environment in Latvia. “Apeirons” works on educational projects, offer consultations on universal design and other topics concerning disability (financial support, rehabilitation, legal help, technical aids etc.) and provides a nanny service for families with disabled children.


ATFCT trains and supervises professionals working in the field of psychology, pedagogy, medicine, social assistance, education. It offers psychological, psychotherapeutic, and educational assistance to persons in need (individuals and groups), as well as expertise in the afore mentioned fields.

ATFCT’s experts keep training sessions, workshops, conferences, and seminars on various psychology related topics, both for professionals and for the public.

The specialised interventions carried out by our experts – psychologists, psychotherapists, pedagogues, and trainers – are tailored for individual, family, and couple difficulties, as well as systemic interventions in conflict situations. ATFCT activates in several European funded projects as coordinator or partner.


The Association of Educational programmes OpenEurope is a non-for-profit organisation that offers informal and non-formal learning opportunities to young people and youth workers. and promote youth participation in the community life.

The association aims to provide access to teaching and learning materials to all the learners and educators, paying a special attention to cultural and functional diversity and universal design principles.

OpenEurope is the first and only qualified multiplier point in the province of Tarragona of the EU network EURODESK and also is the Town Hall’s International Mobility Service, providing information and guidance to all interested young people and youth workers.

Turin Institute for the Deaf

Instituto dei Sordi di Torino in Pianezza is an organization of ancient origins, founded in 1814, born to provide assistance and education to deaf children, and to train their teachers. The Turin Institute for the Deaf has long been engaged in an intense process of internationalization of its activities and projects.
Dealing with colleagues from foreign institutions with similar aims, sharing experiences and research projects, building long-lasting exchange pathways are in fact a necessary incentive to our growth and training.

Eurocrea Merchant

Eurocrea Merchant is a management consulting firm, active also in research and training, with 3 offices in Italy in Milan, Naples and Aversa (CE) and a point of contact in Brussels. It is focused on three core business units that are: consulting and advisory (about EU funds, directional corporate management and finance), Training and European Projects (experts in project management, quality assurance and external evaluation).


CENTRE FOR COMPETENCE DEVELOPMENT CYPRUS LIMITED (COMCY) is a non for profit Training, Research and Development Organization, active in the field of project management, training & consulting.

We focus on the training and development of various target groups and sectors of the society, through the participation in EU programs and initiatives as well as at the implementation of training seminars in Cyprus and abroad. COMCY team is composed from highly qualified experts, relevant to the areas and activities in which the Organization operates.

Our vision is to foster the social and business competencies of various target groups through innovative training solutions and methods, which derive from best EU practices.