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          • Balkan Museum Network

            The Balkan Museum Network was established in 2006 in Gustavianum Museum in Uppsala, Sweden. The museum cooperation aims at enhancing cultural understanding, developing staff competences, facilitating exchange of ideas and exhibitions and making the museums more inviting to the public. The Balkan Museum Network exists to celebrate, preserve and share the complex common heritage of the western Balkans. It is based on mutual respect and guided by a commitment to professionalism and shared ethics (Source: Website)

          • WU - Vienna University of Economics and Business


          • Irish Department of Children, Equality, Disability, Integration and Youth


          • Samhall

            Samhall is owned by the state and its mission is to create enriching jobs for people with disabilities. It trains staff and matches them to the right tasks in areas such as cleaning, care, logistics and manufacturing. By utilising the skills and abilities of all its employees, it is helping to build a more sustainable and inclusive society. (Source: Website)

          • SLW - Capuchin Social Services Austria


          • Pentru Voi Foundation

            Non-governmental organization that provides community services in partnership with the City Council and Timisoara City Hall and advocates for the rights of people with developmental disabilities. Its mission is to increase the quality of life for people with developmental disabilities and their families. (Source: Website)

          • Bloom Hörakustik

            Hörwelt produces modern hearing aids for people with hearing loss. (Source: Website)

          • CAFE - Center for Access to Football in Europe

            CAFE is a core UEFA CSR partner, working to improve access and inclusion for disabled people using the unique power of football. Their vision is a world where disabled people are a key part of the global sporting landscape, as fans, employees, volunteers and leaders, so that everyone has equal opportunities to contribute in an accessible, inclusive and welcoming environment. (Source: Website)
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          • Ministry of Social Affairs of Austria


          • Vienna University of Economics and Business