Each of the six partners involved in this project have their own contact details which are listed below.
If you wish to find out further information about this project, or to get involved with our advisory panels, please contact your country's partner representative below, we look forward to hearing from you!
Ballymun Job Centre
Civic Centre, Main Street
Ballymun, Dublin 9
D09 C8P5, Ireland
Email: Sandra (email@example.com) or Michelle (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Phone: (+353) 01 866 7000
The Ballymun Job Centre (BJC) was established in 1986 as a community response to a chronic unemployment situation. Since opening, the BJC has adapted to changes in the environment in order to respond more effectively to the needs of the community. A voluntary organisation with charitable status, the BJC has a proven track record of providing quality and innovative services. The overall objective of the BJC is to provide individuals with greater labour market choice and the opportunity to improve their employability, increase their earning potential and reduce their vulnerability to poverty. The BJC has a strong belief in the need to remain innovative and to try new ideas to address identified issues arising from the day to day experience of clients. Since the mid-90’s BJC has accessed and managed various EU and private trust funded programmes, which provide us with the resources necessary to be innovative and to test new ideas and ways of working. Over the years the BJC has made determined efforts to ensure that the lessons and work of the EU projects improved the delivery of services and the way that we work with clients.
2nd Floor, Moorfoot House
Meridian Gate, 221 Marsh Wall
London, E14 9FJ, UK
Email: Julie (email@example.com) or Rebecca (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Phone: +44 (0)20 8536 8300
Rinova is a training, development and management services company, supporting its partners to design, deliver and improve the services that they offer in the following areas: Employment, Skills and Learning, Arts and Culture and Social Action and Enterprise. We keep ourselves up to date with policy initiatives, programmes and policy in these areas - but our passion is to respond to them by working 'bottom up' with our partners - designing and implementing solutions, extracting and publicising the lessons. We are a social enterprise, in that we are a business with social objectives that has no external shareholders. By adding value to our partners and providing our partners and funders with the best customer service, we aim to make surpluses which are re-invested to support our social goals.
Area Progettazione CIOFS-FP
Via di San Saba, 14 – 00153 Roma
Email: Federica (email@example.com)
Phone: 06 57299128
Centro Italiano Femminili Salesiane Formazione Professionale
CIOFS-FP is a non-profit association that deals with vocational training and the labour market. The Association currently operates in 11 Italian regions with about 60 vocational training centres involving more than 900 trainers and with a variety of initial and continuing training offers in various sectors, guidance services, employment services and business services, initiatives and projects, reaching more than 16,000 trainees each year.
Email: Daniel (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Phone: +49 (0) 30-284 09-0
MetropolisNet is a unique network of different types of organisations developing and implementing local strategies for employment and social inclusion in a number of European cities. MetropolisNet assists inter-city and inter-organisation collaboration in promoting the local, regional, and transnational dimensions of EU policies on employment, social inclusion and local development. It links large European cities in the context of the EU 2020 strategy. MetropolisNet is a European organisation dealing with the topics of local development through exchange, knowledge and experimentation of strategies, projects and programmes across the EU.
Turku Vocational Institute
Sosiaali- ja terveysalan koulutusyksikkö
Uudenmaantie 43 FI-20720
Email: Niina (email@example.com)
Phone: +358 40 179 0742
Turku Vocational Institute (TAI) educates thousands of students for vocational upper secondary qualifi- cations, vocational qualifications and specialist vo- cational qualifications. Individual studying choices ensure that the student gets a suitable and functio- nal curriculum. For example, conducting a double degree offers a great prerequisite for further studies. In addition to vocational studies, TAI coaches and trains students with immigrant backgrounds to- wards a career. Learning the basics of the Finnish language through basic education for adults creates a good and efficient stepping stone for operating as a Finnish citizen..
Stowarzyszenie Rozwoju i Integracji Młodzieży STRIM
ul. Pawlikowskiego 5/5, 31-127 Kraków Polska
Email: Paulina (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Youth Development and Integration Association STRIM was established in 2001 in Krakow as a non-governmental organisation, gathering people sensitive for social issues. Members of our association are active people willing to undertake actions aimed at building open-minded society, interested in youth problems, international education and culture. STRIM leads a vast number of diverse projects in Poland and beyond its borders, mainly in the field of culture and intercultural education.
We aim at developing awareness, national and European, while not neglecting its regional levels. Our association initiates and promotes all forms of youth activities. We reach that goal by organising trainings, seminars, conferences, public events, meetings and youth exchanges.
STRIM is one of the biggest organisations working with European Voluntary Service (European Solidarity Corpse) in Poland.
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