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The MATRIX project is currently being developed by a team of 7 partner organisations from across Europe.

Brainymotion AG – Germany

brainymotion empowers people across Europe to succeed through training and lifelong learning. In the post-COVID society, where the sharing of information and communication has shifted further to digital platforms and media, we stand for digital inclusion and digital competence. We firmly believe that equal digital literacy is the key factor to achieve equal opportunities and growth in a collective and sustainable way for our societies.
brainymotion sees itself as a provider of practical and innovative training programmes to acquire full or partial qualifications in terms of formal and informal adult education and VET.

KMOP - Educationand Innovation Hub - Greece

KMOP, founded in 1977, is one of the oldest civil society organizations in Greece, with extensive experience in supporting people through the provision of direct social services and the implementation of social initiatives. Over the last years, the organization has established an international presence, being active today in 7 countries. The organization is missioned to make a positive impact in society through innovative interventions and effective social policy design.

Fundação de Ensino Profissional da Praia da Vitória - Portugal

Escola Profissional da Praia da Vitória is a non-profit establishment that pursues private education in the public interest and is owned by the Fundação de Ensino Profissional da Praia da Vitória. As an accredited professional training institution, EPPV seeks to contribute to the integral training of professional youth, who are future local and regional professionals in the region. EPPV offers various levels, from level 4 courses (12th grade equivalence), training by sets of UFCDs, and courses for adults in the Reativar program training (9th or 12th grade equivalence). With regard to training areas, they are also very diverse, with courses in the areas of training in Hotel and Restaurant, Electricity and Energy, Electronics and Automation, Computer Science, Audiovisuals and Media Production, Agricultural and Animal Production and Child Care. Students in Level 4 courses are aged between 15 and 20 years. With regard to adults, ages vary and between 23 and 45 years old. Currently, our school has 196 students, 25 employees and 25 teachers.

Fundatia pentru Promovarea Intreprinderilor Mici si Mijlocii Brasov - Romania

The Foundation for the Promotion of Small and Medium-Sized Enterprises – FPIMM Brasov is a private juridical person, non-profit and non-political in character, founded in 1995 with the contribution of the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP), the Romanian Development Agency and the Small and Medium-Sized Enterprises Managers’ Association. Our mission is the promotion and supporting of the SMEs in Brasov and in other counties by providing quality business consulting services and training as well as supporting local councils in order to implement and support local socio-economic development programmes.

CSI CENTER FOR SOCIAL INNOVATION LTD - CYPRUS

Centre 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 contexts. CSI belief, is that the four pillars of Social Interaction, Education, Development and Economic Rationalization coupled with fundamentally sound and sustainable solutions as well as disruption to streamlined solutions to systemic social problems can lead to creative solutions that impact significant change to the social fabric of every society. CSI is working closely to address market, social, economic and education challenges with governments, local administrative agencies, non for profit agencies, commercial entities, and educational institutions. We identify and address systemic challenges through evidence based research, state of the art investigation of global, national, regional and local solutions, developing solutions by taking into consideration the local ecosystem, cultural dynamics, meet the stakeholders needs and implementing those solutions as we keep constant vigilance to ensure continual feedback loop and adjustments.

StoryTellMe - Portugal

Storytellme had been established in 2014 as the result of the joint efforts from a group of innovative and creative driven experienced professionals in the areas of digital literacy and educational project management. It operates in the area of literacy combined with entertainment, through the publishing of personalized books. Storytellme has specific expertise in the development of creative concepts for non-formal education initiatives and projects, where it applies its innovative digital products, materials and approaches on different and diverse target groups. Among others, the tools and methodologies used for this learning and process innovation are in the fields of Design Thinking, Storytelling and Creative Design. Storytellme is an expert in media, video, illustrations and comic solutions to use in learning environments. It works specifically in Social Marketing (social networks and network management), Engagement Platforms (digital tools to create engaging experiences on on-line challenges), and Animated Graphics (interactive formats or standard video). The core public of Storytellme activities is both the schools and the enterprises. In its activities it has earned the trust and respect of its partners, public and private sector organisations spread across Europe, with whom has cooperated successfully with the scope of several international projects.

CESIE - Italy

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.
Inspired by the work and life of Danilo Dolci, we focus our actions on the research of social needs and challenges and the use of innovative learning approaches. In this way, CESIE actively connects research with action through the use of formal and non-formal learning approaches.