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About – Partners
Innovation in Learning Institute. Friedrich-Alexander Universität Erlangen Nürnberg (FAU) – Germany
The Institute for Learning Innovation (ILI) is the e-learning center of the Friedrich-Alexander-University Erlangen-Nürnberg (FAU), the second largest Bavarian University. With an interdisciplinary team of about 30 scientists from the humanities and technology sciences, it investigates and develops digital media-based learning across the entire life span, from schoolchildren to senior citizens.
FAU is the project coordinator.
Contact person: Dr. Aristidis Protopsaltis
STIMMULI for Social Change – Greece
STIMMULI is a social innovation research organisation working on projects focused on social impact. It designs and develops new approaches, innovative projects, effective practices and tools to enhance social innovation and foster collaboration between universities, nonprofits, social enterprises, businesses and governments.
Contact person: Ioanna Garefi
VALNALÓN: Ciudad Industrial del Valle del Nalón – Spain
Regional agency of the government of Asturias, a former industrial region in Northern Spain. Its mission is to support business startups and promote entrepreneurship education to facilitate the transition into a new economic model based on innovation and knowledge.
Contact person: Iván Diego Rodríguez
Social Enterprise International – U.K
Based in UK but with a global presence, SEI provides training and consulting in the field of social enterprise and cooperative and democratic principles. It also provides training for schools willing to introduce social enterprise into their teaching.
Contact person: Cliff Southcombe
ZEMOS98/ASOCCE – Spain
ZEMOS98 designs processes and mechanisms to foster collaboration between activists, artists, academics, public institutions and foundations. It uses mediation as a tool to encourage critical citizenry and a culture of participation, connecting the social and the cultural with the political.
Contact person: Felipe González Gil
European School Heads Association – Netherlands
ESHA, the European School Heads Association, is a professional organization for European School Heads. Members of ESHA are national organisations for school heads and deputy school heads within (pre-) primary, secondary and vocational education.
Contact person: Fred Verboon
Regional Directorate of Primary and Secondary Education of Central Macedonia (KMAKEDPDE) – Greece
The Regional Directorate of Primary and Secondary Education of Central Macedonia is one of the thirteen regional directorates under the Minister of Education, implementing educational policy and linking local agents to central services and organizations.
Contact person: Nikos Amanatidis, European projects manager
CEIP Los Albares – Spain
Los Albares is a primary school with 30 teachers and 485 students located in La Puebla de Alfidén, a village close to Zaragoza (Spain). It is a bilingual school (English-Spanish), used to work with innovative learning practices as flipped learning.
Agrupamento de Escolas da Maia (AEMaia) – Portugal
AEMAIA is a public cluster of schools composed by two elementary and kindergarten schools, one going from 5th to 9th grades and a fourth one for secondary education. There are 270 teachers in total and around 2600 students. The schools are located in the Purtuguese city of Maia.
Contact person: Aline Santos
Herringthorpe Junior School – UK
Herringthorpe Junior School has 13 teachers and 360 students aged 7 to 11 years old. They are a lead school for ICT and a champion school for enterprise and the use of real projects to enhance children’s learning. Its students come from diverse origins.
Les Têtes de l’Art – France
Les Têtes de l’Art promotes access to culture and participatory arts practices as a vehicle for active citizenship. Their action is based on artistic mediation tools, accompaniment and dedicated services at the crossroads of the fields of culture, popular education and the social and solidarity economy
Contact person: Sam Khebizi
Healthapp – Spain
HealthApp is a startup focused on development intelligent tools using mobile applications to improve medical assistance and patient recovery process. By developing gamified apps, HealthApp engages patients into the therapy and connects them with healthcare professionals, with special emphasis on improving communications between patients and therapists in long term and chronic diseases. HealthApp provides real time data and analysis to adjust treatment, actions and decisions for a better care.
Contact person: Jordina Arcal
Generation Generous – UK
Generation Generous is an online community marketplace connecting conscious consumers, fashion business and global manufacturers, enabling them to redefine the way fashion products are made and impact the world. The company sells bags made from recycled plastic and under fair trade conditions, and destinies part of the benefits to those in need.
Contact person: Natasha Athanasiadou
Boroume – Greece
Boroume, which means “we can” in greek, is a non-profit organization committed to reducing food waste and the distribution of surplus food for charity throughout Greece. It functions as a communication hub between food donor and welfare organizations, soup-kitchens and municipal social services. Since its beginning in 2011, more than 11 million meals of surplus food have been donated to welfare organizations.
Contact person: Alexander Theodoridis and Alia Moatsou, co-founders
Email: amoatsou[at]gmail.com, alex.theodoridis[at]gmail.com
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