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The realization of the 4ESD Competences project is possible thanks to the synergy between five partners from Poland, Slovenia, Germany, Greece, Cyprus and Finland.


The Centre for European Educational Initiatives is an all-university organisational unit established in May 2011 that initiates international partnerships and agreements aimed at social integration, promotion of participation in social and public life of children, young people and adults, especially 50+, and the development of volunteering, through the organisation of training courses, workshops, seminars, conferences, debates and other forms of education.

University of Ljubljana (UL)- Slovenia

The University of Ljubljana is the biggest and oldest institution of higher learning and scientific research in Slovenia. Reputably high-caliber social and natural scientific programs as well as technical study offerings are offered at the University of Ljubljana. The University of Ljubljana's Faculty of Education is the only organization in Slovenia that offers programs for traditional teachers in addition to training professionals in inclusive education and the education of children and adolescents with special needs. We at the Faculty of Education strive to guarantee the caliber of our educational activity in all its aspects since we recognize the value of the pedagogical profession. Our goal is to establish ourselves as a preeminent institution of higher learning for teacher preparation, offering the best possible research and instruction while actively participating in national and international discussions on the pressing problems facing modern educational settings. 

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Comparative Research Network- Germany

The Comparative Research Network was founded in 2007 and worked since then in the field of adult education and research. The CRN Network is specialised in training activities within the fields of intercultural competences, intergenerational learning, mobilities and migration. Additionally, the CRN is specialised in creating and performing evaluation and dissemination processes. The Comparative Research Network is based in Berlin and since 2007 active in Horizon2020, Erasmus+, REC, national and local programs.

Dracon Rules Design Studio (Dracon RDS)- Greece

Dracon Rules Design Studio is a non-profit, non-governmental organization, aiming to facilitate and support activities that promote board games and other unconventional methods as tools for Education and Inclusion. Located in Karditsa, Dracon RDS aims to support the local populace in matters of inclusion via board gaming activities, hosting social board gaming groups, incentivizing its members to participate in and/or organize public events. Dracon RDS comprises of members of the local Board Game Association of Karditsa, who have participated in or outright organized a number of board game social events in Schools, exhibits and theme parks in collaboration with the local authorities, and even disaster relief / charity. Dracon RDS is utilizing their experience in the private board game industry to design games which combine modern and innovative mechanics and rules with the needs of education.


STANDOutEdu is a research and educational organisation based in Cyprus, dedicated to the advancement of research and innovation. It is, at the same time, an approved VET Centre accredited by the Human Resource Development Authority of Cyprus while the strength of the organisation primarily lies in its highly qualified team and its extended network of international partners.
STANDOutEdu actively participates in the planning and implementation of national and international projects, aiming at providing innovative solutions that facilitate the development of people and the cohesion of societies. Since 2016, the organisation provides a series of professional and academic trainings under the scope of Erasmus+ KA1 and KA2, HORIZON, VET FOR WESTERN BALKANS, as well as courses, seminars and consulting services to various target groups.

University of Turku (UTU)- Finland

The University of Turku is an internationally competitive university whose operations are based on high-quality, multidisciplinary research. UTU promotes education and free science and provides higher education that is based on research. The university is part of the international academic community. It collaborates closely with the Finnish society and participates actively in the development of its region. One of its strategic drivers is effective research: UTU solves today's and tomorrow's complicated problems with the help of its research. UTU applies an interdisciplinary approach to research in order to increase its quality and societal effectiveness. 

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