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Marie Curie Association

Logo Marie Curie AssociationMarie Curie Association is a non-profit, NGO. The team of the Association has extensive knowledge of issues in relation to mentoring, informal learning, education, training and employment .Experts in different sectors are involved: management; e-learning, legislation, education and etc. Marie Curie Association has managed and co-coordinated several international projects in the field of setting – up mentoring schemes, ODL and e-learning, career guidance, prequalification, employment, laboured law consultancies, mentoring, networks of employers of disability, validation of non-formal and informal learning practices, education, and unemployment mostly for disabled people particularly at graduate and managerial levels, and all have had an emphasis on IT and web-resources, paper-based carriers, Sign language and Braille format. These projects involve more than 7 000 people per annum. We have been involved in several LdV projects both as contractors/coordinators and partners. Marie Curie has a strong relations with educational and training institutions, national and local authorities – Municipalities; NAVET(National Agency for Vocational Education and Training); SAPD(State Agency for People with Disabilities) and EU networks Workability Europe. It provides research and consultancy for external organisations, and has a large network of contacts. Project management expertise at local, regional and national level. Previous Leonardo da Vinci, Grundtvig project experience.
The dissemination practice of the association has been very successful, thanks to our PR department which keeps very close relations with all mass media, relevant organisations, decision makers, local and national authorities.

Contact:
9a, Magura street
4000 Plovdiv, BULGARIA
tel.:+359 32 62 21 28
fax:+359 32 62 88 90
Contact person: Mariya Valkova
e-mail: info@marie-curie-bg.org
www.marie-curie-bg.org

PhoenixKM

Logo of PhoenixKMPhoenixKM brings together a wide range of knowledge and experience within education, training,employment and culture sector. Additionally to that the company offers an extensive expertise in disability issues excelling in accessibility ones, which are being offered to private, as well as public organizations.
In addition, PhoenixKM also offers access to a vast pool of independent experts/consultants in the field of valorisation, accessibility, e-learning, accessible website and intranets, employment of people with disabilities, as well as organisation of workshops and conferences.
PhoenixKM equally supports the collection of user requirements among people with disabilities, elderly, and socially disadvantaged groups.

Contact:
189, Amersveldstraat
8610 Kortemark, BELGIUM
tel.: +32 496 334056
Contact person: Karel Van Isacker
e-mail: karel@PhoenixKM.eu
www.PhoenixKM.eu

Workability Europe

Logo Workability EuropeWorkability Europe (WE) is a regional group of Workability International. It is a not-for-profit NGO and the largest body representing providers of work and employment services to people with disabilities in Europe. Today WE has over 35 member organisations which provide work programmes to well over 1, 000,000 people with disabilities in 20 European countries. WE offers its members a spectrum of opportunities in terms of lobbying & networking; facilitating access to EU funding; research & development as well as business contacts. Within WE's membership there exists significant know-how with respect to training and setting up employment programmes for disabled people. WE’s vision is for a European society in which equal employment opportunities are a reality for people with disabilities. WE’s mission is to be recognised as the European leader in promoting and providing employment and work participation for people with disabilities.

Contact:
15, Rue de Spa
B-1000 Brussels, BELGIUM
tel.: +32 2 235 6664
fax: +32 2 736 5444
Contact person: Martin Ohridski
e-mail: publicaffairs@workability-europe.org
www.workability-europe.org

Bolu Rehberlik ve Araştırma Merkezi

Logo Bolu Rehberlik ve Araştırma MerkeziBolu Guidance and Research Centre is an organization that provides special education and guidance and counselling services in BOLU. We place the individual and the students who need special services in special education services in the BOLU region. In addition to that, we plan and provide the guidance and counselling services in primary and secondary schools in the area. Our organization provides services for 150 schools altogether. We have a staff of 4 counsellors, 1 teacher for the mentally disabled individuals and 1 teacher for the visually disabled.
One of the aims of our organization is to help and support the personal development of people in the community. We provide guidance and counselling services to support personal development. Based on this aim, our organization implements the adult population with various seminars, workshops and conferences. There are new developments in the field of counselling and guidance and in order to catch up with the new developments and trends life long learning is crucial.

Contact:
Rehberlik ve Araştırma Merkezi
İB Otelcilik ve Turizm Mesl. Lis. Bahçesi
14100 Bolu, TURKEY
tel: +90 374 212 49 15
fax:+90 374 217 71 15
Contact person: Ibrahim Erkan
e-mail: ierkani@hotmail.com
www.ram.meb.k12.tr

Edinburgh Chamber of Commerce

Logo Edinburgh Chamber of CommerceEdinburgh Chamber of Commerce is a membership organisation representing businesses in and around the city. We are the responsible of businesses. ECC plays a key role in developing people and businesses to meet the needs of the current and future economy. Starting and developing businesses is at the heart of any successful and vibrant economy. We deliver a range of support to start and grow successful businesses, including advice and guidance, training, development and e-business – to mainstream, minority ethnic and disadvantaged groups. There is still work to be done to develop certain communities to ensure we all work to close the opportunity gap & ECC provides additional support to both geographic and thematic communities to achieve a more inclusive society. They have a highly experienced, qualified, respected and dedicated team.

Contact:
2, Festival Square
EH3 9SU Edinburgh, UNITED KINGDOM
tel.:+44 131 221 3189
fax:+44 131 221 2998
Contact Person: Roger Horam
e-mail: Roger.horam@edinburghchamber.co.uk
www.edinburghchamber.co.uk

University of Worcester

Logo University of WorcesterAt University of Worcester the Centre for Inclusive Learning Support is a partner in the LearnHigher Centre for Excellence in Learning and Teaching (CETL). Established in September 2005 under the direction of Dr Val Chapman (NTF), the Centre staff are currently engaged in five broad areas of work on inclusive learning and teaching, mainly in the area of disability. The LearnHigher CETL. LearnHigher aims to become an internationally renowned centre of excellence in learning development.
At the University of Worcester the focus will be on research and collating/developing resources to support inclusion, particularly with regard to disabled students. The work will be led by Dr Val Chapman (Learning Area Coordinator), supported by her colleagues from the Centre for Inclusive Learning Support and the Disability Team from the Equal Opportunities Centre.

Contact:
Henwick Grove
WR2 6AJ Worcester, UNITED KINGDOM
tel.: +44 1905 855402
fax: +44 1905 542068
Contact person: Val Chapman
e-mail: v.chapman@worc.ac.uk
www.worc.ac.uk

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