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Lykia Scouting and Nature Sports Club Association (LIDOSK), Turkey

LIDOSK was founded in 2010 in Antalya as a youth NGO that promotesintercultural learning, humanrights,understanding, active citizenship, volunteering, sports for a healthylifestyleandenvironmental protection. Nowadays LIDOSK aims to develop and supportyouthcooperation in Europe.

LIDOSK encourages young people, especially those with fewer opportunities and disabilities to actively participate in public life, take initiative, develop entrepreneurial spirit and creativity. They aim to fight against all forms of discrimination, support cultural diversity, social cohesion, sustainable development,and foster youth mobility across Europe.

Circle of Sustainable Europe (CoSE), Belgium

CoSE is the Leading NGO combining, connecting and creating environmental sustainability projects across Europe. As an umbrella organization its aim is to expand knowledge and awareness of today’s biggest climate change challenges.

Mine Vaganti NGO (MVNGO), Italy

Mine Vaganti NGO is a no-profit organisation born in Sardinia in 2009. MVNGO has 4 offices in Sassari, Uri, Olbia and Tempio Pausania covering all the North of Sardinia with other branches in the rest of Italy.

Mission: MVNGO promotes intercultural dialogue, social inclusion through Sport and environmental protection using Non-Formal Education. MVNGO is part of 3 international networks such as YEE, ISCA and MV International.

Services: MVNGO is an educational training provider at local and European level and has a consultant role for public and private bodies in order to promote and develop European and trans-continental projects.

Hello Youth (HeY), Sweden

Hello Youth (HeY) is an NGO which would like to promote active citizenship and participation of young people in all aspects of society. We encourage young people to participate in European projects as we recognise the immensely powerful way they are able to help young people to improve themselves. Several young people make up this organisation from different cultural, economic and social backgrounds that need support in being active young people.

Zavod APGA (Agencija za Promocijo Gibalnih Aktivnosti), Slovenia

APGA, an agency for the promotion of physical activity, was established in 2012.

 Their main interest is research and development in the field of health promotion and physical activity and their effects on humans and the environment.

APGA’s priorities are:

– promotion of physical activity and a healthy lifestyle,raising public awareness of the importance of promoting physical activity and healthy lifestyles,monitoring and analyzing trends,research work and implementation of new lessons,support for development projects in the field of health promotion and physical activity, integration and cooperation with the economy, participation in the formulation and implementation of policies, liaising and cooperating with non-governmental organizations, promoting intercultural communication, promoting gender equality, social inclusion and equal opportunities for all, strengthening sustainable development and solidarity, networking and networking at local, national and international levels, maintaining national and international cooperation.


ASDA is a non-governmental, non-profit organisation concerned with civil society issues, particularly promoting equality of opportunities and good relations between persons of different racial groups.

The organisation was established in 2000 in Helsinki, Finland. The organisation’s mission is to provide guidance, health, social, educational, vocational and character development of youth in general through the offering of structured activities such as short and long courses, homework support, field trips, sports, training, seminars, cooperation development with underdeveloped countries.

The purpose is simply, to provide a safe and structured environment in which all youth can associate with their peers. The organisation cares for all generations regardless of their gender, age or ethnic background, particularly promoting youth diversity and understanding that young people naturally seek excitement, friendship and support, youth empowerment through education and employment, promoting diversity through culture and new media.

INNOVA LAB Bitola, Republic of North Macedonia

INNOVA LAB is an association actively involved in project development and implementation in the local, national and international non-formal educational sphere, that directly aims at personal and professional youth development.

The mission of the Center is increasing employment opportunities for young people, creating innovative educational and development initiatives, and encouraging creative action. It helps in developing the knowledge by organizing workshops and training for gaining vocational skills and achieving personal development.

INNOVA LAB is a world where formal education additionally soaks in with informal educational methods, which contributes to the development and accountability processes of the youth.

AMSED, France

AMSED have been working since the foundation of the NGO in 1998 for intercultural dialogue and local development . Through international work camps, solidarity trips, Euro-Mediterranean exchanges, street entertainment and sponsorship for employment, we support young and old to improve their daily lives and enable them to realize their dreams.

Promoting the meeting of cultures so that they learn from each other and become aware of their richness and their potential is at the heart of their projects.