The consortium consists of seven partners from six Programme countries (Greece, Cyprus, Italy, Spain, UK and Romania) covering a variety of backgrounds, ensuring the implementation of a multi-level and interdisciplinary project. The selection has been based on the partners’ relevant work and experience in youth work, art and creativity, mental health, non-formal education and culture and on the complementarity they bring for the attainment of the objectives of the project, as well as previous successful collaboration between organizations in other projects.
Estuar (RO) was set up in 1993 and provides social services within the mental health field throught its 5 day centers in Bucharest, Cluj, Ploiesti and Giurgiu and 3 supported accommodation places in Bucharest. It also has a home counseling service in Bucharest. Its mission is to offer social options and alternatives to adults with mental health problems in order to include them in the community. Estuar offers psychological, social and psychyatrical counselling, vocational counseling, training for users and profesionals, consultancy, social economy activities etc. It proves on going services for more than 600 users/ year and on spot services for more than 2000 people/ year. It works national and also international organizations. In 2019 the foundation implemented major projects funded from ESF, Erasmus and Bucharest Municipality. It is a Mental Health Europe member. Website: www.estuar.org
INTRAS Foundation (INTRAS, ES) is a non-profit organization created in 1994 that, with a team of about 270 professionals, which supports people with developing or existing mental health conditions. We offer professional services to meet the their needs including: accommodation, training, employment, personal assistance, leisure and free time, mutual support, research, psychology and psychosocial rehabilitation. We have centers in 6 provinces of Castilla y León (Valladolid, Zamora, Salamanca, Burgos, Palencia and Ávila) and Madrid, in addition to working in a network with entities throughout Europe through the development of transnational projects. Website: www.intras.es
Family and Childcare Centre – KMOP (GR) is a leading Greek NGO with more than 40 years of experience in supporting children, youth, families and vulnerable groups. Our team, consisting of 110 professionals in 7 countries, has successfully delivered more than 200 national and EU projects (Erasmus+, Justice, REC, AMIF, EuropeAid, H2020) the last decade (including Strategic Partnerships projects). Alongside with direct provision of social and mental health services, our expertise pertains to design and implement impactful programmes in the areas of Youth, non-formal Education, Human Rights and Health Promotion. Website: www.kmop.gr
ANS (Anziani e non solo soc.coop.soc) (IT) is a social cooperative based in Northern Italy and working since 2004 in transformative education and human rights-based education programmes. Our initial target group has been that of older persons and we have continued working in the field of care and active ageing ever since, while also expanding our work to other target groups such as young persons, migrants / asylum seekers and informal carers (including young carers). Website: www.anzianienonsolo.it
HABILITAS (RO) Association is an NGO created in 2007 with the aim to contribute to the development of adults education. Habilitas delivers professional adult training and implements projects and programs in education and social innovation, at national and European levels. Website: www.habilitas.ro
CARDET is the largest independent non-profit centre based in Cyprus, CARDET is independently affiliated with universities and institutions from around the world, such as the Yale University, the University of Nicosia and the International Council of Educational Media. Website: www.cardet.org
Artit London Ltd. (UK) is a pioneering online gallery, based in London. Since its inception on the 15th of April 2019, Artit has been to supporting and rewarding creative endeavours, especially those of undiscovered, yet highly promising, visual artists around the globe. With over 2k international Artit members coming from diverse cultural backgrounds, Artit has managed to use its novel digital platform as a means to connect, support and reward visual artists by hosting monthly publishing opportunities and a wide range of theme-specific virtual exhibitions. We believe in art as a powerful tool that talks directly to the hearts of people; one that can trigger positive change. With the latter in mind, we aim to using art as a means to raise awareness towards matters that touch on each and everyone of us. Website: www.artit.net