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The International Women’s Organisation in Malmö (IKF Malmö) is a non-profit organisation independent of religion and political ideologies.
IKF Malmö functions as a meeting point and a platform for equality, democracy, and inclusion while it is developing workforces, skills and networks. The organisation has been working for foreign-born women in the region of Öresund since 1970. The International Women’s Organization in Malmö was a pioneer for other International Women’s Organisations in Sweden and is a co-creator of Internationella Kvinnoförbundet, the international organisation at the national level.

Coneqt is an innovation in education SME invested in Social Action and is based on the belief that education holds the key to the creation of sustainable societies that have room for diversity and equality.
Coneqt provides consulting and development of learning resources for the education sector. Coneqt’s speciality lies in combining methodologies that promote deep learning with topics which, together and simultaneously, allow for the development of the learners’ life skills, stimulating intrinsic motivation and life-long learning mind-sets. 

Spolek PELICAN is a non-profit association active in the field of education and culture. It is based on the belief that one way to improve the quality of education is to raise public awareness of current trends in education and support their implementation in all levels of educational organizations.
Its mission is to serve the needs of students and educational community by supporting, collaborating and partnering with local, regional and state non-profit organizations and providing quality products, programs and professional services.

AidLearn, created in December 2003, resulted from the union of professionals with diversified experience in the fields of Management, Economics, Human Resources Management and Social Psychology. AidLearn is a service’s private organisation that operates at national and EU level. It aims for contributing to a better qualification of Portuguese HR by building up a learning organisation concerned with the equality of opportunities, providing quality and innovative services targeted to actual needs of organisations and individuals, and by internally developing a strong commitment and team working.

Maryse COPPET’s Law firm has 30 years’ experience as lawyer and a Lobbyist with the European Union, has been working for many years on economic and social development in the overseas territories and Guadeloupe in particular, enabling them to take advantage of the European Union’s development strategy. Trained at the ENA (Ecole Nationale d’Administration) in Paris, in multilateral financing. As President of the MOM (Movement Overseas) which unites all associations and organizations, physical or legal entities of the overseas territories: Guadeloupe, Guyana, Martinique, Reunion, Mayotte, New -Caledonia, French Polynesia, Saint-Barthélemy, St Martin, St Pierre and Miquelon, French Southern and Antarctic Territories, Wallis and Futuna, she inter alia, represents professionals from the agricultural and tourism sector in Guadeloupe.

Project: 2020-1-SE01-KA204-077915
This project has been funded with the support of the Erasmus+ programme of the European Union. The European Commission support for the production of this publication does not constitute an endorsement of the contents which reflects the views only of the authors, and the Commission cannot be held responsible for any use which may be made of the information contained therein.