10045159 – Youth Europe Service Italy

E10002349 – VondiConsulting Unternehmensberatung Vondrak KG Austria

E10124380 – MINE VAGANTI NGO Italy

E10141699 – FAAL DERNEGI Turkey

IFALL – Integration För Alla is founded 2013 in south of Sweden in Örkelljunga as well as IFALL Klippan too. They have been working with several local organizations Refugee Centre, Employment Centre, Örkelljunga Education Centre, Municipalities in order to enlarge our network and experiences. There are 25 active volunteers, 10 staff and 15 weekly activities that works with integration. The main objective of the organization is to promote integration between cultures and counteract violence between cultures in Sweden and in other countries. With culture we mean individual. In this way we would like state that we are not only working with integration of refugees / minorities / immigrants but also we are working with integration of cultures in different level.
The organization fulfils the main objective through
• giving help to self-help so that the individual’s understanding of her/his own culture and self-esteem amplifies.
• providing multi-cultural meeting places where the exchange of experiences, values and cultures promote individual’s life quality
• building social network between different cultures
• encouraging the individual to take responsibility in society
• developing and practicing effective and creative approaches/methods for integration, both formal and non-formal.
• spreading information in order to increase awareness of the meaning of culture and different cultures.
The association Youth Europe Service (Y.E.S.) was born in January 1999 in Potenza. Y.E.S. is a non profit association which, with democratic principles, respecting the personal freedom, wants to realise, in the social and environmental field:
  • Integration of people with disabilities or disadvantaged
  • Mutual knowledge between people, to develop solidarity and assert the principle of civil living together;
  • knowledge, protection of the historical, cultural, artistic patrimony;
  • Development of the social, cultural and sports activities to create a European nationality
  • Promotion of annual events among its members, activities such as giving information, realisation of exchanges and voluntary services, organisation of cultural events
It organises:
  • Training courses for young and adults
  • Information points for young and adults;
  • Social, cultural, educational, , sports activities, for the knowledge of art, culture, music, etc.;
  • Campaigns for peace, brotherhood and solidarity;
  • Activities for the progress of the U.E. and the other countries with charity bazaar
  • Activities to protect nature, environment
  • Activities of realisation of didactical material
  • Activities of cooperation with Institutions and Organizations, having the same principles.
VondiConsulting is an Austrian organization working in the areas of education and training within European Union and other international programmes. It works in the field of innovation, education and training within programs funded by the European Union. The knowledge, great expertise and skills of its staff members have enabled it to become one of the leading organizations in the mobility sector in Innsbruck/Austria. 

They specialized in Erasmus mobility actions and organization of professional placement under the framework of Erasmus+ Programme and it operates as hosting and partner organization. VondiConsulting has been organizing internships and project management for participants from all over Europe. VondiConslting also organizes meetings, visits, round table discussions and seminars as well as educational activities for VET and other educational experts, and staff members during which they can improve their professional skills.

Mine Vaganti NGO is a non-profit organisation established in Sardinia in 2009, whose services encompass Education and Training, Project Design and Development, Thematic Research, International Mobility, and Consultancy – in Youth, Adults, Education and Sport sectors. MVNGO has 3 offices in Sassari, Olbia and Tempio Pausania impacting the North of Sardinia and reaching out with its operational branches to many other regions in Italy, around Europe and beyond.

MVNGO promotes intercultural dialogue, social entrepreneurship, social inclusion through Sport, Formal and Non Formal Education including disadvantaged targets as migrants and
people with disabilities.
Training, Project Design and implementation, Thematic and Desk Research, International Mobility, and Consultancy are the core services of MVNGO at local, regional and European level for public and private bodies. MVNGO promotes and develops European and transcontinental projects – in the above-mentioned sectors.

MVNGO works on Erasmus+, Horizon 2020, COSME, AMIF, JUSTICE, Europe for Citizens, Creative Europe, EuropeAid, Life, the United Nations (UNDEF), and with foundations such as EYF, Fondazione con il Sud, Anna Lindh and Open Society.

Faal Derneği was founded in 2014 and is situated in the Keçiören area, one of the biggest districts in Ankara. The organization has a board whose members have diverse background.  Faal Derneği is working with Çankaya, Keçiören and Yenimahalle Municipalities, schools, universities and other youth centers in its environment in order to increase impact.

The main purpose of the organization is to empower people who can take an active role in society. Active citizenship, social inclusion, integration of disadvantaged groups are main activities.

The mission of Faal Derneği is to foster and support the sustainable development of local communities and individuals’ empowerment through education and training, human rights and international cooperation. 

Faal Derneği performs social activities that aim to increase the life quality of the disadvantaged groups such as the disabled, women, young, elders, street urchins. In this framework, Faal got involved a European Union funded a project about empowering young people through projects. In addition to that, we have some other EU funded projects about disabled and gender discrimination