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Day Care

Our Team:

The project is being developed by a team of six organizations from Austria, Slovenia, North Macedonia, Portugal, Cyprus and the Netherlands as follows: 



InterAktion is an Austrian organization that focuses on human rights, sustainability, and the integration of refugees and young people from migrant families.                    
The multinational team encourages intercultural dialogues between people from different backgrounds and cultures through non-formal educational methods.                    
The organization promotes active citizenship and voluntarism among the young people in Austria and contributes to the self-development and inclusion of marginalized groups and at-risk youth.                    
We focus on raising awareness among young people about global challenges and sustainable systems and help them understand that sustainability starts with personal and collective attitudes.                    
InterAktion helps to encourage and create integrated communities that instil individuals with confidence to be more aware of their competencies and potential.                    


Parents International

The Netherlands

Stichting IPA (Parents International) is an organization from the Netherlands that strives to support parents worldwide to become game-changers by helping their children grow up as happy and healthy 21st-century citizens.

They believe that experiences from and communication with parents from all over the world help to improve responses to global and local challenges.
Parents International provides a forum where parents' representatives and professionals who want to support parents can work together in the interest of children worldwide.
Parents International supports parents, gets involved in all forms of education to improve (digital) literacy, works actively towards equal opportunities for girls and women, stands for social inclusion of all groups, and strongly advocates for children's right to their mother tongue and mother culture.



The Association of Teachers of the Deaf of Slovenia is a voluntary, non-governmental organisation of deaf teachers, teachers of the deaf and volunteers working with deaf children and students. Most of the members work at the Ljubljana Institute for the Deaf and Hard of Hearing. Among the volunteers we have adult deaf people who pass on their experience to young deaf people on their way to life, empowering them. In this way, we strengthen their positive self-image, self-confidence and give them the tools to be successful in the world of the hearing community. Deaf young people also learn Deaf culture, Deaf history and develop their own positive identity in a supportive, cultural environment, capitalising Deaf as a linguistic cultural minority, knowing that they are equal to all language groups.



Association Humanost was founded in 1998 in Macedonia to address the needs of persons at risk of poverty and social exclusion.
They aim to give them the opportunities to fully participate in economic, social, and cultural life and enjoy standard living and social conditions.
Humanost works to get everyone involved in the decision-making process concerning their own lives and access to fundamental rights.
The organization works with different target groups and provides different social services, like personal assistance and living with support.
They enable the social integration and socialization of people with disabilities and deaf people and are experienced in cooperating with other organizations to achieve their goals.

North Macedonia


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Rightchallenge is a non-profit association from Portugal that aims to promote education and training as a driver of social inclusion and equal opportunities. They believe that education should focus on the integral development of all people – regardless of their social status, gender, age, or cultural origin – in order to prepare them to intervene and participate in all dimensions of society.
As an organization actively involved with the community, one of its pillars of intervention is lifelong learning. They firmly believe that lifelong learning plays a key role in social cohesion, as it supports active and responsible citizenship.
Their interventions promote human resources development and capacity building in the fields of education, training, youth, and sports activities.

Center for Social Innovation

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Center for Social Innovation (CSI) is a Research and Development organization from Cyprus which focuses on fostering social innovation that can bring about positive change to local, national, regional, and global entities. The CSI team is composed of open-minded, fully equipped researchers, entrepreneurs, project managers, trainers, and Information Technology specialists. CSI encompasses the capability and capacity to identify social needs, design and implement adjusted initiatives, and provide for sustainable growth. The CSI team's areas of expertise are numerous and include the fields of traditional education and e-learning, entrepreneurship, innovation, and social responsibility. CSI draws on 50 years of experience in its wide global network and strives to solve systemic social, educational, and economic problems.

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