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Project Partners

Driving an Inclusive, Digital, and Sustainable Europe

The European E-learning Institute (EUEI) is a pioneer in offering innovative, inclusive, and sustainable educational programs. We cater to diverse learners from various sectors and backgrounds, aiming to bolster social cohesion, inclusion, and sustainability throughout Europe.

Our seasoned team of trainers, researchers, and technical experts are equipped to guide educators from various sectors to harness the power of e-learning and digital tools.

Sustainability forms the cornerstone of EUEI’s approach. We embed sustainable practices in our projects, fostering awareness and inspiring responsible action among our educators and learners.

We excel in delivering high-quality projects that promote pedagogic innovation, entrepreneurial competences, digital skills, and inclusion. By integrating sustainability into these initiatives, we strive to shape a more inclusive, digital, and sustainable Europe.

Kathy Kelly
European Project Manager
Catalin Sirbu
Web Designer
Project Manager

Asociatia IDEI is a Romanian NGO headquartered in Bucharest. It aims to empower individuals, in particular young people, to discover their potential and become leaders in sustainability by providing educational opportunities and resources that foster a deep understanding of environmental, social, and economic sustainability. Through our programs, we seek to inspire and equip young people with the knowledge, skills, and values necessary to create a more just and sustainable world for all. We believe that investing in the education and empowerment of young people is essential for building a brighter future for all and we are committed to working with communities, organisations, and individuals to make this vision a reality.

Specifically, we envision a future where young people are actively engaged in the transition to a low-carbon, circular, and resource-efficient economy and where they have the skills and knowledge necessary to drive positive change within their communities and beyond.

At Le LABA, we help associations, communities and organisations from the cultural and creative industries, sports and tourism to develop their projects thanks to the dedicated European funds.

We create, coordinate or accompany these projects. We operate at all the levels of the process of a European project: in the conception, in the analysis of the adapted programmes, in the networking, in the drafting, in the mobility, in the budgeting, in the evaluation, etc. thanks to the European funds dedicated to training, tourism, equipment, equality, youth, entrepreneurship and migration.

When we are not directly involved in these international cooperation projects, we organise individual or collective training for public and private actors. These trainings provide keys to understanding the functioning of European funds and the latest calls for projects published.

Since 2013, Le LABA has set itself the objective of creating links between European actors in the audiovisual, performing arts, architecture, culinary arts, publishing, heritage and crafts sectors.

Our expertise includes: international project design and management; formal and non-formal training, networking and partnership; support to mobility and internationalisation; evaluation and reporting; communication and dissemination.

Based in France and more precisely in the Nouvelle-Aquitaine region, LABA has been collaborating for several years with French, European and international partners. With a worldwide network, our team works towards smart, sustainable and inclusive growth.

International Project Manager
General Secretary
Mark Bolger
European Project Manager
Albie Melia
European Project Manager

Momentum is an Irish CVET organisation focused on developing progressive learning programmes and platforms that are aligned to labour market needs and the sustainability development goals.   With our strong sustainability team, we combine an intimate knowledge of social innovation, and particularly its power to engage and provide opportunities for young people.  

Founded in 2003, Momentum equips over 2,000 learners per annum through our sought-after classroom training courses and thousands of others through our blended learning and online courses.  As enablers of more resilient, sustainable European economies, Momentum expanded its team in 2021 to take on two Sustainability Specialists who work to build sustainability into all Curriculum and Training Course Development, so that future entrepreneurs enhance society and the environment instead of contributing negatively to them. 

Momentum’s work in digital transformation education received an 'IVI Award for Regional Impact' from Maynooth University and Intel in 2021 endorsing their work and impact on regional ecosystems and collaborations.  Momentum is a signatory of the EU Pact for Skills.  The Pact is firmly anchored in the principles of the European Pillar of Social Rights and supports the goals of the Green Deal and the digital transformation, as set out in the Commission communication “A strong Social Europe for Just Transitions”. This is their commitment to concrete actions to implement upskilling or reskilling action/s, bringing the key principles of the Pact to life.

Research Factory is a newly established start-up, funded in Romania, providing the following services: project-writing, management consultancy, project monitoring and implementation and customized analysis on demand.

The company has specialized knowledge in impact assessment methodologies, mainly for public policies, frontier research, studies and analyses on innovation and technological developments, marketing, project monitoring and implementation, including outputs, results, and financial implementation.

Research Factory has developed initiatives and analyses in various fields such as tourism, culture, economics, research-development, foresight etc. and its portfolio includes projects funded through H2020, Erasmus, EEA, or the Norway Grants.

Alexandra Roman
European Project Officer
Angelica Perra
President and Project Manager
Irisa Hasani
Project Manager
Marco Augusto Tuzzolino
Junior Communication Officer

TDM 2000 International is an independent, non-profit, and non-governmental organisation established in 2008 in Sardinia, Italy. As a pan-European network, it brings together 23 members from 19 different countries, with over 30,000 young individuals actively engaged in its activities. The organisation's focus is on social inclusion, youth empowerment, lobbying for social change, advocating for youth opportunities and more.

TDM 2000 International strives to foster effective cooperation among youth organisations by connecting with like-minded entities and developing strategies to address common issues affecting young people. By doing so, it aims to become a leading promoter of the empowerment of young individuals, youth associations, and their communities.

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