Consortium

IMPACTS is developed with six partners in five EU-member states. EURICON acts as applicant and coordinator of the project.

Centro Sviluppo Creativo Danilo Dolci

www.danilodolci.org 
via Roma, 94 – 90133 Palermo, Italy
Alberto Biondo; Giovanni Lo Biundo
alberto.biondo@danilodolci.org ; giovanni.lobiundo@danilodolci.org

The Centre for Creative Development Danilo Dolci was founded in 1952 from the experience and work of Danilo Dolci in Sicily. It is a non-profit organisation that involves young people and adults and has successfully operated for more than ten years mainly in the educational sector in collaboration with schools, universities, institutions, associations and social groups both at local and at international level. CSC team is experienced in working with third sector organisations, promoting economic, social and cultural development. Reciprocal Maieutic Approach (RMA) is our main educational methodology.

Merseyside Expanding Horizons

www.expandinghorizons.co.uk
The Joseph Lappin Centre, Mill Lane, Old Swan, L13 5TF
Nicola Daley
nicoladaley@expandinghorizons.co.uk

Merseyside Expanding Horizons Ltd (MEH) is a voluntary and community sector organisation working in the field of social inclusion. We work in partnership to deliver projects supporting disadvantaged individuals into employment, training and self employment and social enterprise development through a wide range of informal learning methodologies.  We work on a Local, Regional, National and European level.  MEH recognises that everyone has something to contribute, embracing people and their potential. We lead, empower, enabling people to break new ground, pioneering improvement within social inclusion.  We build on individual strengths and engage in open dialogue in pursuit of positive social change.

Hacettepe University, Faculty of Sport Sciences 

http://www.sbt.hacettepe.edu.tr/index.php?lang=en
Beytepe, Ankara 
Özgür Yaşar Akyar
ozguryasar@hacettepe.edu.tr

Hacettepe University Faculty of Sport Sciences was founded, in the aim of excellence in education and research, in 1989. Faculty of Sport Sciences has been recognised as a regional leader in Sport Sciences that provides distinctive undergraduate and graduate programmes.Objectives of the faculty is to train Physical Education and Sports Teachers, Coaches and Recreation Leaders with advanced learning methodologies and carry out scientific research in the fields of Physical Education and Sports Sciences. Our faculty, share the desire of, working for improving sports performance of athletes' in addition to, working for improving life quality with physical activity.

EURICON

www.euricon.eu
Stampstraat 57, 6369 BA Simpelveld
Chris Janssen
Chris.janssen@euricon.eu

EURICON specializes in consultancy services in European project development, coordination and implementation. Together with our clients, EURICON develops networks and projects that build sustainable European and Euregional partnerships, always starting from content. EURICON is a private not-for-profit NGO established in 2012. Initiatives in the areas of second chance education, NEET, disabilities, art, sports, sustainability and health care have EURICON’s special attention. 

SPGN

Bert Timmermans

vibe@home.nl

SPGN is a voluntary Dutch, national organisation promoting sports for disabled and was founded in 1986. The organisation promotes sports among disabled people by periodically organising international major events for the disabled. Mainly European and World Championships such as sit volleyball, goal ball, wheelchair basketball, table tennis and paracycling. Besides these large scale events, side events were organised as part of training and education for disabled people. SPGN holds close connections with national and international sport umbrella organisations like NEVOBO, KNWU and NOCNSF and target group organisations of disabled sportsman and women.

SPON

Barbara Dudycz-Hajgiel

spon.sopot@wp.pl

Stowarzyszenie Pomocy Osobom Niepełnosprawnym SPON – Association for the Help of People with Disabilities SPON – is a non-governmental organization aimed on equalization of chances for persons with  disabilities, creating opportunities leading them toward active participation in social life and supporting their families. The Association was founded in 1991 and now consists of ca. 700 members: adults with physical and intellectual disability, their carers and friends and parents of disabled children.

Today SPON is one of the biggest and oldest organizations in Pomerania working in this field and every year it serves more than 3000 persons in our region.