The SILVIA project is made up of 6 partners. If you are interested in finding out more about the organisations follow the links below.
IFALL is the coordinator of the project. Our team has experience in Erasmus + projects and has recently had a number of project related with the rights and equality of women. We have experience in working with intergenerational learning methods and supporting women and girls in our various local and international projects. This project is a great opportunity to share what we know and learn from other organisations. ifall.se
Lisbon City Council is a municipal executive organization, it defines and executes all the strategic policies regarding public needs and management of Lisbon City, it has a wide range of expertise fields like urban planning, urban renewal, housing, environment, management public space, urban hygiene, mobility, culture and tourism and has 18 organizational Units. It is member of the International Educating Cities Association and of the Erasmus Al Sud Consortium which involves several universities, High schools and enterprises. http://www.cm-lisboa.pt/
CIAPE is the Italian Centre for Permanent Learning, a non profit private organisation. It exists as an Association of Learners to promote the development of a learning society through the provision of a quality and comprehensive system of adult learning and education which is accessible to and inclusive of all. Ciape is an innovative project, born with the aim to lead to success a constantly changing community.CIAPE proposes innovative and effective solutions suiting to the new socio-economic situation. The key-words: self-fulfilment, acceptability, professional adaptability, active citizenship and social inclusion. http://www.ciape.it/
TERA-Maison de l’Europe de la Charente is a non-profit organisation, created in 2004 by youth workers and volonteers involved in international cooperation projects, who wanted to involve more youngsters in international projects. The willing of TERA to rapidly act in favour of mutual comprehension and cooperation let to realize its first actions in the fields of culture and European citizenship. The organisation has been recognized in becoming a member of the Fédération française des Maisons de l’Europe, in 2006, and a Contact Point of the European program “ERASMUS +”. TERA is also a sending hosting and coordinating organisation for European Voluntary Service. http://www.tera-maison-europe-charente.eu/
DEŠA is non-governmental organisation (NGO) which has been active in Dubrovnik since Homeland War in 1991, and it was founded and registered formally in 1993. Its main target was to help and support women, victims of the war and their families to cope with difficult situation in which they found themselves because of the war. At present DEŠA – Dubrovnik has 42 regular members, 25 active volunteers and 7 staff members. Ever since it was founded DEŠA has successfully realised many projects, organized important seminars and took active part in different conferences in Croatia and abroad. http://desa-dubrovnik.hr/
The Turkish partner, is situated in the Kecioren area which is surrounded by the organisation target group of young people. The organization was founded at the end of 2013. FAAL is working with Keciören Municipality, schools and other youth organizations in its environment in order to increase its impact. The main purpose of the organization is to empower youth who can take an active role in the society. Active citizenship, social inclusion, integration of disadvantage groups are main activities. The mission of FAAL is to foster and support the sustainable development of local communities and individuals’ empowerment through education and training, human rights and international cooperation. http://faal.org.tr/