Partners info


Multikultura is a union of different institutions dealing with arts and education and ICT technology. Multikultura specializes in exploitation of e-Learning,  multimedia education technology applying such methods like internet platforms, training films, educational television, and video games.

MULTIKULTURA pays attention to new technologies, able to guarantee equity in education, because open technologies allow All individuals to learn, Anywhere, Anytime, through Any device, with the support of Anyone. We promote equal opportunities of education & employment & combat marginalization of social groups, in accordance with the Erasmus+ the document Opening up Education of 25th September 2013.

AREAS OF SPECIFIC EXPERTISE: Since 1999 MULTIKULTURA is working as educational provider on different  projects on Cooperative Learning in classes as well as in the international contexts, where partners explore methods that stimulate the co-operation  through open, challenging and complex tasks, mainly exploring the method derived from cooperative learning developed by Elizabeth Cohen (Stanford University) and Dalton Plan.

QUALITY SYSTEM USED: Annual evaluation, internal and external of projects as well as testing of functionality of produced e-Learning tools and educational networks in real environment.

Union of Associations Multikultura has a good experience as international project coordinator, and as local coordinator of large number of schools. For example 10 years ago we coordinate with a great success the project on the on-line collective poetry writing. Multikulrura organized poetry festivals in Kraków, Granada, Paris, Athens and Rimini. The  project is still functioning and moreover the collective poetry writing is still growing internationally. The project is now also under the UNESCO patronage. The number of participating countries and individual poets from all over the Word is growing on daily bases. You are welcome to participate in the collective poetry writing on the chat we have on this website. This activity is continue in the recent project that allow young poets for innovative publication of their first poems projected on the city walls.


Hominem Challenge

provides since 2008 training, education and research to a wide range of clients. We aim to design and deliver high value, flexible and innovative programs and services at national and European level.

We specialise in upgrading skills and competences through our portfolio of tailored training workshops and programs, using innovative learning methods, tools and contents that contribute to developing people and organisations.

We are also engaged in the education sector through our strategic partnerships with a number of universities by offering university online qualifications starting from Diploma to Master levels and providing support services to our students, throughout their studies.

At European level, we focus on projects relating to education, vocational learning, SMEs and research.  We develop innovative tools for HR management and digital competences for Businesses and users. We are active in designing, managing and evaluating EU funded projects under the LLP, Erasmus+, H2020 and Cosme programmes. We offer a range of services aiming at developing and building project partnerships, consultancy and assistance, and training.



is an Italian non-profit organization aimed at promoting and giving visibility to European issues, encouraging debate, raising awareness and changing attitudes via dissemination activities, communication and information campaigns, well-established local and European networks and decentralized cooperation activities.

The organization was founded by three women who wanted to share their experience gained whilst working for and in the European Commission in political affairs, communication, project design, project management and financial management. All the members of the Association have an international background deriving from more than 20 years of experience in working, learning and teaching in multicultural environments.

The areas of intervention of Euphoria are mainly developed around three areas:

  • information, communication and organization of events,
  • training and further adult education (non-formal and informal) and
  • networks and projects.

The association organizes different events especially in the field of education, training and EU citizenship. In collaboration with other associations, trade unions and universities Euphoria has developed tailor made courses for teachers, headmasters and schools’ administrative staff on EU projects and European educational affairs reaching more than 2000 school staff participants from Italy and all over Europe. Euphoria is willing to share its training experience and exchange its best practice by participating in European projects.

Our headquarter is in Rome, but we travel all over Italy to deliver our training courses and to Europe to implement EU projects.


UC Limburg-Limburg (UCLL)

is a Higher Education Institution (HEI) in Flanders. UCLL is renowned for the high quality of its teaching, research & regional development. More than 30 professional bachelor, and lifelong learning study programmes are offered in various disciplines fields, with a focus on health care, social work, business & commerce, teacher education, science & technology. UC Leuven-Limburgs’ strong commitment to research ensures state-of-art training programmes for its 15 000 students.

The teacher education department of UC Leuven-Limburg is the largest teacher education department in Flanders. It provides professional bachelors for preschool, primary and secondary teachers and specialized bachelor programs for special education and care teachers and for school leaders.

UC Leuven-Limburg is a member of educational networks across the globe and strongly collaborates with local, regional and national policy-making bodies, resulting in a broad network of stakeholders. UC Leuven-Limburg is and has been involved in a variety of European projects: under H2020, under Erasmus+ and other EC programmes. These projects provide answers to present or foreseen problems in the professional field. Therefore, a close link with the professional field is essential. The link is established through education and research.

Our relevance for the region is a strong starting point to put our international projects. Framing contextual professional needs in a more global framework, where good practices can be shared and one can learn from each other’s experiences, leads to more sustainable solutions. Therefore, we consider a strong international network as important as our regional one.

The projects are closely related to our study programmes. UC Leuven-Limburg’s policy aims to maximize the interaction between research projects and education. This means that both students and teaching staff are involved in research practice. We also introduce research output in any study program wherever possible. A quarter of our staff is involved in research projects, and 80% of the researchers has teaching assignments. Information and research competences are gradually developed in every study program.


IFALL – Integration För Alla

is founded 2013 in south of Sweden in Örkelljunga. We have been working with several local organizations Refugee Centre, Employment Centre, Örkelljunga Education Centre, Municipalities in order to enlarge our network and experiences. There are several active volunteers and staff who works weekly activities for integration.

The main objective of the organization is to promote integration between cultures and counteract violence between cultures in Sweden and in other countries.

The organization fulfils the main objective through

  • giving help to self-help so that the individual’s understanding of her/his own culture and self-esteem amplifies.
  • providing multi-cultural meeting places where the exchange of experiences, values and cultures promote individual’s life quality
  • building social network between different cultures
  • encouraging the individual to take responsibility in society
  • developing and practicing effective and creative approaches/methods for integration, both formal and non-formal.
  • spreading information in order to increase awareness of the meaning of culture and different cultures.