Santa Casa da Misericórdia de Lisboa is a private organization that pursues in a humanitarian way objectives of social action, provision of health care, education and culture, and the promotion of the quality of life, particularly for the benefit of those in greater need of protection.
Staff involved in this project have experience regarding the intervention with socially excluded adults, SCML develops as current action, articulated strategies in the territory, combining work in the framework of the school and/or professional orientation, vocational training and cooperation with local employment networks, among others. Being responsible for the intervention of Social Action in Lisbon and replacing the Social Security, SCML is responsible for the management of the integration project as well as the allocation of social welfare.
Coneqt is an innovation in education SME invested in making a connection between education and the world of work. The main focus of the company is innovation in education, producing teaching materials in relation to soft skills development, teaching methodologies, materials development and on-line learning (MOODLE), innovation and inter-cultural understanding. Coneqt collaborates with a number of organisations in Denmark and across the EU, from municipalities, job-centers and schools to private organisations invested in integration of migrants and refugees.
In the Live 2 work project, Coneqt will be responsible for creating a structure and framework for pilot courses involve testing of the material and guides, as well as receiving input and feedback for necessary changes to the content. Coneqt will also be responsible for the creation of a course guide, for teachers, trainers and other practitioners, to be able to run training courses for their colleagues.
Spolek PELICAN is a non-profit association active in the field of education and culture. It is based on the belief that one way to improve the quality of education is to raise public awareness of current trends in education and support their implementation in all levels of educational organizations. Our mission is to serve the needs of students and educational community by supporting, collaborating and partnering with local, regional and state non-profit organizations and providing quality products, programs and professional services.
In the Live2Work project, PELICAN will be responsible for the development of digital, multimedia-rich teaching and learning materials, such as video tutorials and appetizers to other project outputs. PELICAN will also be responsible for the organisation of the 3rd Learning Event, aimed at improvement and dissemination of the outputs to the target groups in the Czech Republic.
Artevio Marketing was found in 2015 by former emloyees of the enterprise Agentura 3 styl, specialized in complex web solutions tailored to the client’s needs. The main goal of Artevio is to deliver complex service mix of internet technologies and marketing. Thanks to the detailed research in the field of Open Source Platfoms and especially WordPress platform, conducted by current employees of Artevio in the last 3 years, we can now offer a tailored solution to any project with minimum additional costs. The other domain of Artevio is Open Source System programming, where it can also offer significant experience.
The Universidade Católica Portuguesa (UCP) is an academic community that, following an ideal of rigor and excellence in its scientific, educational and pedagogical activities, contributes to the defense and development of the human person and its cultural heritage. In this sense, it prepares its students for a demanding society that seeks serious and ethically well-trained professionals, by offering a training that, in addition to enable students with skills to enter the labor market, encourages the development of a critical and reflective, creative and enterprising spirit, essential for a true understanding of the phenomena with which society debates itself at the beginning of the millennium. UCP has been actively involved in Lifelong Learning Programme and Erasmus+ projects.
The people involved in this project will be Professor Helena Rebelo Pinto and Professor Joana Carneiro Pinto.
MYO is a consulting specialist supporting companies and individuals in conducting successful change processes. The focus of MYO is organisational development, design and consultancy, Career Self-Management training for individuals and groups, and tailored programmes for personal development in life changing projects.
MYO is founded by Mette Holm Harrsen, who works with research approaches based on positive psychology, psychotherapy, organisation theory and methodologies based on learning theory, to promote capacity for change in people and organisations.
Mette Holm Harrsen holds a BA in Organisational Development & Leadership, a Master in Positive Psychology, an education in Psychotherapy, and a range of certificates in cognitive methods and transition processes.
Mette Holm Harrsen has 20 years of experiences with collaboration with partners in different industries, development and facilitation of training courses, workshops for and in companies for various target groups e.g.: Knowledge workers, master students, international graduates, different cultural groups of vulnerable people at risk of being excluded from the workforce.
As a partner in Live2Work, MYO is responsible for putting theory into practice in creation of the toolbox and for delivering the pedagogical approach that enables the use of the tools in an easy way. Together with the partners in the Live2Work project, MYO will support the integration of the different outputs and will train the trainers.
MYO’s objectives are to make a difference for people and society – with an ambition to put knowledge into action, in order to create innovation and support diversity in society.
Created in 2011 in Paris, ALB Conseil consultancy specializes in monitoring, quality-assessment and evaluation of innovative education projects, with focus on EU-funded projects. The philosophy of the company is to demonstrate effective project improvement through monitoring and quality assurance activities.
Core expertise: planning, monitoring and evaluation strategies; ICT and technology-based education, including MOOC, lifelong learning, promotion of equal opportunities in professional and personal life; Innovative pathways and new trends in education to better engage youngsters and adult learners, including informal training paths, intercultural education.
We successfully accompanied as external evaluators EU-funded LLP and Erasmus+ projects. Due to their excellent results, several of these won European and national awards for innovation creativity in education (Germany, Malta, Portugal, UK) or were included in the EC Compendium of best practices.
IPAV-INSTITUTO PADRE ANTÓNIO VIEIRA is a non-profit civic association, recognized as a private social welfare institution (IPSS) and a Non-Governmental Development Organization (NGDO), its objective being reflection, education and action in the promotion of human dignity, social solidarity, sustainability, development, diversity and dialogue between civilizations/cultures. It acts by developing and managing social innovation projects which provide solutions to unresolved social needs at the national and international level, in particular by supporting children and young people, the family, social/community integration, the protection of citizens in old age, disability and in all situations where there is need or reduced means of subsistence.