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Contractual Partner

From this section it is possible to access to a description of each contractual partner of the Culpeer Digital project. There are 7 partners and they are based in 6 different European countries.

Germany
Equalita
Köln, Germany
Web Site: www.equalita.de

Partner Description

Partner Description
Institut equalita is a non-profit and non-governmental organization for qualification and networking in Europe, located in Cologne, Germany. Since 1992 it has carried out numerous projects, trainings and consulting for ecological and social institutions and business, cultural associations and non-profit organizations, financed by national and private funds, but also in the framework of European Union programs like ESF, ADAPT, QUATRO, PHARE, Europeaid, Leonard da Vinci, Grundtvig and Erasmus+.
Bulgaria
Foundation for Development of the Cultural Bpocs
Sofia, Bulgaria
Web Site: www.cubufoundation.com

Partner Description

FDCBPCS is an NGO developing, implementing and managing European projects and providing consultations in the spheres of culture, art, peer learning, e-learning as well as non-formal education, support for creative school education development and provision of training and support for staff working with people with impaired vision.
Slovenia
Humanitas
Ljubljana, Slovenia
Web Site: www.humanitas.si

Partner Description

Humanitasfounded in 2000, is a Slovenian non governmental and non-profit organisation. Its principal aims are to offer assistance to less privileged groups at home and around the world, to represent and assert their interests, and to promote respect and acceptance. Our mission is to raise awareness of global challenges such as poverty, overconsumption, the gap between economically differently developed countries and, through global education and awareness raising, to encourage social inclusion, intercultural dialogue and responsibility.
Italy
Pixel
Florence, Italy
Web Site: www.pixel-online.net

Partner Description

Pixel is an education and training institution based in Florence (Italy). Pixel was founded in 1999. Pixel’s mission is to promote an innovative approach to education, training and culture, this is done mostly by trying to exploit the best potential of ICT for education and training. Pixel has a permanent staff of 15 people and a network of about 100 external professionals and trainers that cooperate with them on specific activities.
Germany
Büro für Kultur- und Medienprojekte gGmbH
Hamburg, Germany
Web Site: www.kinderkulturkarawane.de

Partner Description

Since its foundation in 1993 – since 2002 a non-profit limited liability company – Buero für Kultur- und Medienprojekte is working in the field of international cultural exchange, Global Education and Education for Sustainable Development, combining arts, educational processes and peer-to-peer-learning.
Greece
Edumotiva
Athens, Greece
Web Site: www.edumotiva.eu

Partner Description

European Lab for Educational Technology - EDUMOTIVA is a non-profit organization based in Sparta, Greece that brings together professionals active in the area of Educational Sciences and Learning Technologies. It counts 8 people as contracted staff and over 15 external collaborators (mainly teachers, certified trainers, researchers and instructional designers).
Poland
Friendship Art Education Foundation
Wrocław, Poland
Website: www.fae-foundation.org

Partner Description

The Friendship Art Education Foundation was established in 2020 by the professional NGO people who gained several years of experience in the field of education, global cooperation, global education, multiculturalism, culture and art, as well as cooperation with non-governmental organizations and educational and cultural institutions around the world. The Friendship Art Education has operated the Lelenfant Project (former Brave Kids) since February 2022 financed by Wroclaw Municipality and the Polish Ministry of Culture. In Foundation we share a similar vision of the world and passions. We believe that it is possible to live peacefully and sustainably on planet Earth, therefore we invite through the Foundation's activities to jointly search for empathetic contact with yourself, the people around us and nature.