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Leading partner: African Media Association Malta

African Media Association Malta (AMAM) is a media NGO that aims to bring positively Africa into the news. As a media organization, our aim is to develop an inclusive multimedia network where all the members of the different communities which are part of our networks can find a place to debate. Our objectives are to utilize any media forms to broadcast news and information relating to living in Malta and in Europe. We promote Africa. We aim to cover more countries and languages through radio and multi-language web-zine. We try to identify special difficulties and challenges for the African immigrants and bring them to the attention of the Government and lobby for changes. In addition to our role in the media and advocacy, we do work in social projects and assist migrants in any way possible, including training, mentoring, coaching and capacity building.

Solidaridad sin Fronteras - Spain

SOLIDARIDAD SIN FRONTERAS is a Spanish non-governmental organization composed of interdisciplinary professionals. Our mission is to contribute to the development, integration and wellness of the most vulnerable groups, promoting tolerance, justice, and social responsibility with other organizations and public institutions. SSF promotes a wide range of projects, training activities, courses, seminars, studies and research, and public activities on social, political and cultural issues, defending the right to education and freedom of education. SSF develops different projects at the national and European levels to contribute to the development, integration, and wellness of the most vulnerable groups and to promote, in networking with other organizations and public institutions, tolerance, justice, and social responsibility.
Our main areas of work are:
European Projects.
Social and labour inclusion projects.
Development cooperation and co-development projects.
Youth Projects.
Research, training, and awareness. Volunteerism and Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) actions.

Arciragazzi Portici Utopia Attanasio - Italy

The United Nations Convention on the Rights of the Child is our key document for disseminating knowledge of children's rights among minors, young people and adults. The core objective pursued by Arciragazzi is the social inclusion by shaping access to resources and opportunities for all young people (14/30 aged) including youth with few opportunities, minors in care system, youth with migrant background, LGBT young people. Arciragazzi has developed good practice in the promotion of a cohesive society, allowing to broaden knowledge, providing opportunities for minors and young people (autochthones and migrants) to gain experience outside the local context; to allow adults professional updating dealing with youth; building strategic partnerships for the implementation and study of good practices of interventions in the migration area, in particular unaccompanied foreign minors and young migrants, and the services necessary to achieve a good reception to the local context of the newly.

CENTRE FOR ADVANCEMENT OF RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT IN EDUCATIONAL TECHNOLOGY LTD- CARDET

CARDET is one of the leading research and development centers in the Mediterranean region with global expertise in project design and implementation, capacity building, and e-learning. The Centre 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. Since its founding, CARDET has completed numerous projects relating to the development of capacity building and planning in education and VET, youth support, adult learning, literacies, digital tools, eLearning, educational technology, and social integration of marginalized groups.