Our mission is pursued with the cooperation of partners, institutions and non-profit organizations.

ANI - International

It was founded in 2002 by international Science-Po Students as a non-profit association.

It is goal-oriented towards the education of citizenship and social inclusion, the promotion of diversity and interculturality, the affirmation of all citizen’s own identities, for the socio professional integration and for international cooperation and solidarity. The Association is based in Paris and its main mission is to mobilize and support young citizens from different backgrounds; especially those from poorest districts and support other minorities groups, especially women, migrants, and habitants of other social districts in Paris, France, Europe and in Africa.

Compass GmbH

It is a non-profit organization that aims to promote the professional and social integration and inclusion of disadvantaged people, thus fostering positive impact in promoting their social inclusion into the local community.

Our programs provide support to people who suffer under economic, social and cultural obstacles. We are focusing on developing strong cooperation with local stakeholders and implementing innovative approaches in our projects, to draw the society’s attention to the needs and obstacles of disadvantaged groups and to cooperate with policy makers to find preventive and permanent solutions. 

Our programs:
Educational and vocational counseling, Language training for people with migration and refugee background, Literacy training,
Mentoring programmes for Youth, Socio-psychological support, Multilingual guidance for education and career counselling for refugees and migrants, Job application training and interview coaching,
Media workstation for young migrants (workshops in radio, film, photography & creative writing).

Greek Forum of Refugees

GFR is the only organization in Greece, officially founded in 2012, that offers asylum seekers and refugees with official representation in decision – making procedures.

The Greek Forum of Refugees is a refugee – led association of refugee and migrant communities, individuals and professionals that work all together to support, empower and facilitate a holistic inclusion process for asylum seekers, refugees, migrants of first and second generation and stateless people.

GFR is the only organization in Greece, officially founded in 2012, that offers asylum seekers and refugees with official representation in decision – making procedures.

The organization raises the voice of refugees and migrants in Greece by enhancing civic participation and bridging distance with the host community, aiming to empower social cohesion.


Situated in Athens, it is a non profit organization with more than 40 years of experience in supporting vulnerable groups across the world.

KMOP has expertise to design and implement new innovative ideas in order to ensure and promote positive social impact by building resilient communities and making world a better place for everyone taking into consideration all the modern societal, technological and environmental developments. KMOP’s mission is to inspire and support innovative ideas to change people’s lives, tackling the causes of vulnerability and promoting inclusive and sustainable growth for everyone.


TAMAT is an Italian not-profit organization which work in Africa and Europe.

We are a non-governmental organization recognized by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs (MAECI) and the Italian Cooperation Agency (AICS). Our main sectors work are food sovereignty and security, agro-ecology and migrant inclusion. Our actions are focused on gender empowerment, local organizations support to make sure that every person in every place can live on their own resources and skills. In other words, we directly support the local communities and civil society to implement sustainable development solutions  in the social, environmental, cultural and economic spheres, basing all of them on human rights. To do it we work on the lifelong adult education, participation and solidarity processes and raise awareness  on SDG’s, international cooperation and gender equality.

Universitat de Barcelona

With over 50 years of experience, the Department of Social Anthropology at the Universitat de Barcelona is a leading academic institution dedicated to the study of human societies, cultures, and social dynamics.

This Department is dedicated to the study of human societies, cultures and social dynamics. With a strong emphasis on interdisciplinary research and fieldworks, the department offers a vibrant and intellectually stimulating environment where applied and academic anthropological research is developed. The faculty members are renowned experts in their respective fields, contributing to cutting-edge research and fostering critical thinking. The department provides a wide range of courses and programs, covering various themes such as migration, globalization, gender, indigenous cultures, and social change. With its rich academic resources, international collaborations and commitment to producing impectful research, the Social Anthropology department at the Universitat de Barcelona is at the forefront of advancng knowledge in the field of anthropology.

Workshop for Civic Initiatives Foundation

It was established in 2001 as a successor for Bulgaria of the UK based organization “Charity Know-How”.

WCIF works to develop philanthropy and provides development resources (e.g. funding, know how, skills and knowledgeand other resources) to civil society organizations to facilitate the social development of their communities. We support projects and ideas that promote human rights and social development as a democratic practice and create positive practical change in the supported communities. WCIF is a source of expertise in the areas of Community Based Organizations (CBO) development and sustainability, community development and participation, human rights as well as local philanthropy development. WCIF is also working together with its local partners to attract resources at national and international level in support of CSOs initiatives for social inclusion.