We are a team of 8 organizations from Greece, Romania, Spain, Portugal, and Croatia.
ASOCIAȚIA LANGDON DOWN OLTENIA CENTRUL EDUCAȚIONAL TEODORA (ALDO-CET)
ALDO-CET is a parents’ association, non-political and non-for-profit, legally registered in Romania since October 2000, headquartered in Băileşti, Dolj, ROMANIA. ALDO-CET comes from Oltenia Region and acts as a regional association and a catalyst for enhancement of cooperation among Romanian organizations working in the field of Down Syndrome.
IED - Institute Of Entrepreneurship Development
iED is a research organization, established in 2005, with a focus on the promotion of entrepreneurship for everyone. The organization’s main activity is the implementation of projects under some of Europe’s most influential and groundbreaking programmes, such as: HORIZON 2020 and ERASMUS+.
Asociatia Down Plus Bucuresti (ADPB)
Asociatia Down Plus Bucuresti (Down Plus Bucharest Association) is a fresh concept through which we contribute to the permanent progress of people with Down syndrome, but also with other disabilities. Since its establishment, we have included in the program a wide range of activities and programs, to bring a PLUS not only to the development of skills, but also to change the perception of the achievements of people with disabilities.
ASINDOWN is an is a non-profit organization created in 1989, whose main objective is to facilitate and promote whatever means are necessary to achieve the integral development of people with Down Syndrome and other intellectual disabilities and promote their full family, education, employment and social integration as active members of society.
COORDINA ESTRATEGIA Y RESULTADOS SOSTENIBLES
COORDINA is a strategic consulting firm which operates in the following business areas: Strategy and Management Systems, Business Innovation, Corporate Social Responsibility and Sustainability, and Human Resources and Training. With high expertise in the development of European Projects, both for our clients and as partners directly involved, especially in Erasmus+ projects where we share and transfer our knowledge in areas like training methodologies, innovation and sustainability.
Federação Nacional de Cooperativas de Solidariedade Social
FENACERCI is the National Federation of Cooperatives and Social Solidarity is 52 associated members located throughout the country, providing support and services to about 25,000 people with intellectual disabilities and their families, with close to 6000 professionals. While institutional interlocutor for Cooperatives of Social Solidarity , FENACERCI promotes an intense activity with various structures such as the INR , IP – National Institute for Rehabilitation , IP , IEFP – Institute of Employment and Vocational Training , ISS – Institute of Social Security and DGIDC Directorate – General for Innovation and Curriculum Development , integrating various working groups.
University of Rijeka, Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences (UNIRI - FHSS)
The Faculty is actively involved in the European Research Area (ERA), and in the European Higher Education Area (EHEA) through participation in international scientific and professional research projects, bilateral agreements, membership in various international networks and associations, and mobility of its teachers and students. The Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences in Rijeka is organised through 11 separate Departments in accordance with various scientific and disciplinary fields. At the faculty, the Centres also operate as organisational units in which scientific research is carried out in a way that ensures the connection of science, practice, higher education and community engagement.
HURT - Hrvatska udruga radnih terapeuta (Croatian association of occupational therapists)
For the past more than twenty years, HURT members are very active in promoting the most important values of life: health, well-being and quality of everyday life, as the basic tenants of occupational therapy profession. HURT is a national, professional association that advocates occupational participation’s importance for health and wellbeing as well as importance of occupationally justice and inclusion for all. This is done through different national & international projects, continuing professional development events and consultations. HURT members, with their dedicated work and enthusiasm, played a significant role in the legal regulation of occupational therapy in the Republic of Croatia.