SAFE Regeneration began life as a small creative arts collective in the late 1990s, winning commissions from hospitals, schools, charities, public services and private contractors to engage communities in the co-production of public artworks. After taking up residence in a dis-used school in Bootle in 2007, SAFE has achieved rapid and sustained growth, becoming firmly established as a key Community Hub in the South Sefton community, supporting thousands of local residents and helping hundreds of small businesses, social enterprises, creative and social organisations to start up & grow.
IASIS is a non-governmental, non-profit organisation active in the field of Social Inclusion, Mental Health and De-institutionalisation, which actively participates in the psychiatric reform promoted by the Ministry of Health and Social Solidarity and the European Union. IASIS has an official registration as Private Non-Profit Organisation. Organisation’s main objective is to provide psychosocial support and education to people who either belong to the range of or are at risk of exclusion, and to adult learners in the humanitarian field.
Centre for Social Innovation (CSI) is a Research and Development organisation which focuses on fostering social innovation that can bring about a positive change to local, national, regional and global contexts. CSI belief, is that the four pillars of Social Interaction, Education, Development and Economic Rationalisation coupled with fundamentally sound and sustainable solutions as well as disruption to streamlined solutions to systemic social problems can lead to creative solutions that impact significant change to the social fabric of every society.
ITG is a profit limited company, which aim is to contribute to the local socio-economic development working, at a national and international level, in research and training and providing technical assistance for public Institutions, private organisations and the and the private social sector. ITG is the No.1 group of freelance in France and has a turnover of 100M euros. Existing today throughout the French territory with more than 4000 consultants, the Group ITG since 1996 acknowledged expert in all areas of consulting, study and training.
La Bien Paga is an association aimed at supporting the socio-educational integration and cultural inclusion of people with fewer opportunities and vulnerable groups through culture and arts. The association support disadvantaged groups including: children and school students with learning disabilities, low-skilled and low qualified young adults, migrant families and refugees, ethnic minorities and offenders.
Evolve Global Solutions (EGS) provides education, training and consultancy specialist support for both the education and business sector in the UK and internationally. Our focus is VET and professional development. Our skills and professional development projects have been proven to have a deep impact and considered to be of high quality, evidenced through awards we have won for Best New Skills Project awarded by British Council for two employability skills project in South Africa and Best Further Education Team awarded by National Enterprise Educator Association for our national enterprise project in Thailand.
Business Foundation for Education (BFE) is a Bulgarian non-government organisation, established in 2005 to act in public interest. It’s mission is to facilitate the development of the civil society through initiatives that enhance human resource competitiveness and contribute to economic development and prosperity. To achieve its goals the Foundation implements variety of projects focused in the fields of lifelong learning, guidance counselling, employment and social policy, vocational education and youth work.
We define our foundation, according with the national, transnational and European guidelines, a model of training services offer with the following characteristics:
- Integrated model: Each system (Education, vocational training and the labor market) while maintaining their specificity of action, integrates with others to ensure services/actions aimed and focused on the actual needs of the users.
- Model oriented to the needs of the people, needs related to the exercise of citizenship rights, to the enjoyment of skills, to the access and participation to the services that represent one of the challenges posed by the European Union on which to measure.