Stichting IPA (Parents International) is established with the mission of supporting parents around the world to become game-changers by helping their children to grow up happy and healthy 21st century citizens. It is believed that responses to global and local challenges can be improved by drawing upon existing experiences through wider communication and cooperation among parents all over the world.

STIMMULI for Social Change


Stimmuli is a non-profit organisation envisioning to inspire future education and ignite positive change in society. To achieve its mission, the organisation designs and implements educational and empowerment projects that cultivate changemaking attitudes, inject entrepreneurial thinking and nudge behavioural shifts for more sustainable lifestyles. In more detail, Stimmuli’s work falls into the following categories: 1) Learning design and assessement 2) Training and capacity building 3)Social Research 4) Project Management. Based on this experience and rich portfolio, Stimmuli has the capacity to design, develop and coordinate successful and impactful research and innovation projects that are underlined by creative and participatory methodologies (participatory dialogue, design thinking) and aim at fostering the adoption and incorporation of 21st century pedagogies in formal and non-formal educational settings.



Buyuk Ortadogu Saglik Ve Egitim Vakfi (BOSEV, Research Foundation) from Ankara/Turkey was founded as an umbrella structure in 2009 by a group of professionals working in the medical field, additionally from other sectors like education, sports, business world, and ICT. BOSEV aims to support research developments in the medical and in the education sector with its rich staff capacity and high profile background. In regards to this aim, BOSEV hosts medical publications with periodical medical magazines; has 50 management board professionals and 100 members providing ongoing, varied voluntary support; and transfers experience and capacity of over 500 staff working in BOSEV hospitals, medical centers, clinics and in a media company. Our Team focuses on developing and introducing solutions for systemic social, education and economic problems. These solutions are developed through various layers of interaction with stakeholders. We believe that quality of life improves when the process of social innovation is leveraged to attain social justice, solve systemic problems and develop solutions that may provide opportunities for individuals and organizations.



CESIE is a non-profit, apolitical, and non-governmental organisation based in Palermo (Italy) and established in 2001.

CESIE is committed to promote the cultural, social, educational and economic development at local, national, European and international levels. CESIE contributes to growth and development through the active participation of people, civil society and institutions, always valuing diversity.



Center for Social Innovation (CSI) is a Research and Development organization, which focuses on fostering social innovation that can bring about a positive change to local, national, regional, and global entities. These entities include but are not limited to governments, local administrative agencies, non-for-profit agencies, commercial entities, and educational institutions. The CSI team’s areas of expertise are in the fields of traditional education and e-learning, entrepreneurship, start-ups, innovation, creativity, negotiations, IP advisory services, social responsibility, business advisory solutions, data analytics, information technologies, project management, project evaluation services, product validation, training and computer gaming. CSI draws know-how and skills from its wide global network, which includes academic institutions, IT companies, public services, international organizations, start-ups, and public services.


Athens branch

The Goethe-Institut has extensive experience in managing local, regional and global programmes and works with partners to develop bottom-up initiatives to strengthen cultural, civic and educational infrastructure. It also supports partners in culture, education and civil society by processing grants from the EU, the German Federal Foreign Office and German Federal Ministry for Economic Cooperation and Development, among others. The Goethe-Institut was successfully pillar-assessed by the EU in 2021. It is an active member of the EU National Institutes for Culture (EUNIC) Network. With 3,800 employees worldwide, the Goethe-Institut hosts 32,000 events and 6.8 million visitors each year.



As a consulting company of the TUDAG Group, TUDFaCE supports international partners in the development and change management of structures for vocational training and further education in the high-tech and service sectors. A special focus is on the digital transformation and the migration of skilled workers. Services include consulting such as feasibility studies and advice as well as capacity building in the form of the implementation of training courses. In addition, TUDFaCE implements the personnel and organizational development of international managers and teachers in vocational education and training. TU Dresden Institute of Further and Continuous Education (TUD FaCE) is a company of TU Dresden AG (TUDAG). The TUDAG network connects the outstanding expertise of Dresden’s science community and its partner organizations with the national and international business community.