Cuore S.r.l. Impresa Sociale  🇮🇹

Cuore is a team of professionals with 20 years of experience in education and active policies. They are dedicated to creating a more inclusive society by fighting educational poverty. Their focus is on providing equitable opportunities for all, especially vulnerable populations, to learn, grow, and thrive.


ARID is dedicated to personal and institutional development, particularly for adults and vocational education beneficiaries. They offer diverse training courses, including environmental protection and sustainable living. ARID actively engages in projects like “3 R” (Reduce, Reuse, Recycle) for adults and promotes circular economy principles. They also empower women through sustainability projects and collaborate on initiatives for clean air education.


Established in 2006, FACE is a non-profit dedicated to human resource development in agriculture, food production, and environmental protection. Their programs bridge formal and non-formal education gaps in Macedonia, promoting quality education and adapting to labor market needs. They are experienced in EU vocational education systems.


Neotalentway S.L.  🇪🇸

Based in Granada, Spain, Neotalentway is a dynamic training center dedicated to boosting employability and fostering integration. Collaborating with schools, vocational centers, and more, they drive innovation through digitalization and new pedagogies while championing Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). Their focus spans green behavior advocacy, circular economy support, digital skills, and ecological transition insights.

Nodibinājums “Smart Minds”  🇱🇻

Founded in 2020, Smart Minds is a nonprofit dedicated to improving education and employment policies. They modernize training with a focus on digital and green skills, foster collaboration, and provide quality criteria for adult learning programs in Latvia.

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