Roma Tre University is a young university thought for young people. Founded in 1992, it has rapidly grown both in terms of students and courses offered.
It has gained an excellent rating among the most prominent academic rankings, especially within the younger universities.



Tia Formazione has been founded on 2011. It’s a no profit organisation registered in Italy with an operative site in Brussels. Tia Formazione promotes since foundation EU policies whose target are youth and Adults especially in the field of education.



Aġenzija Żgħażagħ provides young people with the time and space to make friends, learn in new ways and develop their talents through our regional youth services and our extensive empowerment programme.



Halmstad University prepares people for the future by creating values, driving innovation and developing society. Since the beginning in 1983, the University has been characterised as forward-thinking and cross-border. Halmstad University is known for its popular and reality-based programmes and small student groups.


The origins of SOS Malta commenced within the field of overseas humanitarian and development work. SOS Malta has operated various relief missions and development projects in various overseas countries. It has also taken up a number of initiatives both locally and abroad to promote the MDGs and development policy.

Roma Capitale or Municipality of Rome is composed by 15 Municipalities and in our project it will take part the Municipality of Rome VIII whose local government counts on 128,914 people registered at the registry office (<5% of the entire population of Rome). The percentage of foreigners – whose average age is 40.3 years – is 11.2%. The top three foreign communities are Romania (14.3%) Bangladesh (13.0%) Philippines (9.4%). Main services provided by the municipality are: demographic, social, school and educational, cultural, sports and recreational, urban and green areas maintenance, as well initiatives for economic development and urban police functions. Municipio Roma VIII will work together with local associations, NGOs, students to build a robust consulting body in order to involve migrants and refugees in local policies aiming at enhancing their participation on a European level.



The Municipality of Larissa is the capital of the region of Thessaly in Central Greece. The total area of the municipality is 335.12 km² with a population of 160.000 inhabitants (2011 census).


Innovation Hive is a private non-profit organization located in Greece, specialized in the fields of research and innovation. Its actions aim to enhance the economic and social cohesion of European societies while our goal is to find solutions to the new innovation challenges, achieve growth, sustainability and maximize the impact to the society.



The basis of our team is the belief in continuous improvement, we encourage teamworks among people with complementary profiles. For Instituto Ikigai, creativity and innovation are important and the best way to achieve them is with motivated and happy teams that self-manage to achieve one mission and common objectives.



Specialized Social Services belonging to the Social Affairs and Family Area. We work in the Specialized Social Services from where we provide services at local level in different areas : health, elderly, addictions, development cooperation, homeless and migrants.



Migrant Platform (EMP) is a newly established NGO in Brussels that advocates for the rights and dignity of migrants in Europe. We are a group of passionate, established migrants and want to use our experience to add value to society we live in and to the world in general.



The Migration Policy Group is an independent think-and-do tank based in Brussels. MPG’s purpose is rooted in its ability to inspire networks to provide evidence-based projects, research and campaigns in the areas of integration, migration and anti-discrimination.



Based in Martinique in the Caribbean, D’Antilles et D’Ailleurs (DA&DA) is a non-governmental organization (NGO) set up in 2016 by Émilie Albert, Lavinia Ruscigni and Julia Feist.


Stichting Platform INS, is a private non-profit organization located in the Netherlands. INS aims to contribute to the society by supporting diversity and meanwhile, fighting against polarization. INS connects people from various backgrounds, religions and cultures for more than 30 years. It has been organizing various intercultural and interreligious activities, events, trips and campaigns to strengthen the solidarity and eliminate the prejudices between different groups. It focuses on the integration and participation of old and new migrants.