Eurocircle is a youth organization based in Marseille and focused on European and intercultural dimensions. The non-profit has gathered more than 20 years of experience in learning mobilities, inclusion, active citizenship, diversity project. Eurocircle works directly with young people from various backgrounds, local youth organizations as well as youth workers and is very active in the field of youth mobility. One of our objectives is to give to both young people of the Provence-Alpes-Côte d’Azur (PACA) region and professionals working with young people, access to European mobility and non-formal education in order to facilitate their socio-professional integration. Moreover, EUROCIRCLE has been endeavoring to support project managers in their implementation of a European approach by initiating European partnerships in order to set up transnational projects. Eurocircle operates as an applicant or partner in different projects such as European programs like: Erasmus+, Europe for Citizens, Asylum – Migration – Integration Funds, Creative Europe, Cosme. We develop and collaborate as well in innovative and experimental programs corresponding to the: Social European Fund and the Fund for Experimental Youth Projects.


CIOFS-FP is a non-profit association established by C.I.O.F.S. in 1986, which coordinates the activities of the Figlie di Maria Ausiliatrice (Daughters of Mary Help of Christians) of Italy involved in vocational training. It provides the following training services: initial, higher, continuous, permanent, alternating training and guidance. In particular, it deals with support in training courses and support in the active search for employment.
It offers services to the local communities and businesses, consultancy in the analysis of training needs and support for new forms of entrepreneurship. It works with other non-profit vocational training organizations, social entities, public institutions and business associations.


Rinova is approved for the Education and Skills Funding Agency Register of Approved Training Organisa-tions as a VET centre and is listed on the UK Register of Learning Providers.
Its role includes the quality assurance and evaluation of major partnerships projects financed by the UK (England-wide) Education and Skills Funding Agency and under the quality
assurance remit of OFSTED, the national body for the regula-tion of quality in education. It works closely with schools on complementary aspects of education, such as health and
well-being, work experience, transition and strategies to tackle exclusion and drop out. It direct-ly employs some 30 paid staff and associate trainers and advisers, and also co-
ordinates a Consortium of London-based learning organisations (Schools, Further Education Colleges, Local Authorities, NGOs and non-
profit organisations, independent and private providers, enter-prise agencies) that are supporting young people and adults including disadvantaged people (e.g. migrants, refugees,
long-term unemployed and youth unemployed) into employment, education and new business creation.


Lithuanian Education and Science Trade Union – LESTU (Lietuvos švietimo ir mokslo profesinė sąjunga – LŠMPS) is the largest education trade union in Lithuania, which unites more than 11 000 members. It has 8 people of staff working in the central office and 30 coordinators at regional level (Municipalities). LESTU is the only education trade union organisation in Lithuania uniting workers in all fields of education, ranging from pre-primary teachers to lecturers and researchers in universities and vocational education and training (VET) school teachers. The Union is actively engaged in promoting social, economic and professional interests of its members and other educational staff at all levels – national, regional and institutional. The LESTU is politically independent and in dialogue with employers is deeply committed to influence the education policy formatted by the Government and the Parliament.
Lithuanian Education and Science Trade Union is a member of Lithuanian Trade Union Confederation (LPSK), also the member of Education International (EI) and European Trade Union Committee for Education (ETUCE). Therefore, the Union has a big international network to disseminate projects, in which it is involved, results and share best experiences.
At the state level, LESTU via Parliamentary Education Council gives the recommendations to the government in all fields of vocational education and training with regard to design and implement the general education and VET policies and initiatives. LESTU has strong cooperation with the Ministry of Education, Science and Sports and the Qualifications and VET Development Centre, striving to ensure the developments of Lithuanian lifelong learning system correspond to the needs of the economy as well as the society. Beneath this strong influence on the policy level, LESTU is also regulating the framework conditions of the teachers and trainers – working hours, training, remuneration, dismissal protection, health protection etc. – by collective bargaining.

Codemotion Srl


Codemotion is the leading platform that creates the right connections between IT professionals, tech communities and companies. It supports developers’ professional growth by sharing tech trends and best practices globally. It also offers high-quality tech content, constantly updated.
Codemotion also helps companies engage devs for tech adoption, employer branding & hiring purposes. Its proprietary matchmaking platform, Codemotion Talent, allows hiring processes to be easier and faster both for devs and companies.
The company was founded in 2013 by Chiara Russo (current CEO) and Mara Marzocchi (Dev Advisor). Today it is a scale-up with more than 50 people in 3 countries (Italy, Spain and The Netherlands) and a community of more than 200K developers.


MetropolisNet EEIG is a unique European network of organisations developing and implementing local strategies for employment and social inclusion in metropolitan areas. With members in eight European countries, the network serves as a forum for promoting disadvantaged groups in local labour markets, both in research and in practice. MetropolisNet tests and promotes new approaches for urban development, focusing on employment strategies, lifelong learning and upskilling, digital content, business, and economic development. Since it was founded in 1998, MetropolisNet established itself as a vital stakeholder in shaping the future of EU policy through its socially and politically focused projects.