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PiNA, founded in 1998, is non-governmental organization bridging people, civil society organizations, public structures and political representatives through educational and informational activities. PINA is a Europe Direct information centre, a Eurodesk regional partner, a youth centre with the status of operating in the public interest in the field of youth and regional NGO’s HUB. PiNA has experiences with coordinating international projects (Interreg, Erasmus+, Europe for Citizens, European Social Fund, Norway’s Financial Mechanism), wide thematic reach (youth employment, socially responsible entrepreneurship, design thinking and action planning) and 10 full-time employees, and more than 40 external experts.

Website: https://www.pina.si



The National Management School (NMS) was established in 1990 and it acts as a non-profit and non-government organization on a national level in Bulgaria. NMS is a training provider focused on development and piloting of innovative training methodologies and approaches, extracurricular training, post-graduate studies for students, career guidance, human resource development and lifelong learning initiatives. NMS is actively working for transferring, adaptation and implementation of innovations and know-how in various fields of education and training, especially with a focus on youth in regards to achieving competitiveness in the labour market for professional and personal success. NMS has an experienced team of licensed trainers in soft skills development and coaching, and also professional educational experts, counsellors, psychologists and researchers. NMS is experienced and active in the implementation of national and transnational projects within LLP, Erasmus+, and European Social Fund.

Website: http://nbschool.eu



YIHR Croatia was established in 2008 by a group of young human rights activists. YIHR works actively in the following areas: Transitional Justice, Youth and Education, Regional and EU cooperation, Human Rights Advocacy, and is a part of Regional YIHR Network which operates in Croatia, Serbia, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Montenegro and Kosovo. Today it has an experienced team of project leaders and professional researchers which are contributing to the project by documenting, researching, monitoring, campaigning and reporting along with wide cross-sectorial partnership network, legal change efforts and advocacy experiences.

Website: http://yihr.hr



Østfold University College has around 100 studies taught in new and modern premises. The university college has a total of just under 7,000 students on two campuses (Fredrikstad and Halden). Nearly 1,000 students are taking continuing and further education programmes under the auspices of The Centre for Continuing Education, at both campuses. There more than 550 staff members. Østfold University College facilitates flexible education solutions, and students have good opportunities to take parts of their studies abroad. The study programmes at Østfold University College range from one-year programmes, bachelor’s and master’s degree programmes, and one recent doctoral programme.

Website: https://www.hiof.no