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          • In1school

            The In1school platform started in 2013 as a project aimed at strengthening inclusive education. That is to say: the right of handicapped children to attend an ordinary neighborhood school together with other children. The platform is run by Defence for Children and funded by the Disabled Child. (Source: Website)
            Netherlands

          • University of Belgrade, Faculty of Architecture

            Serbia

          • TAV Istanbul

            Istanbul Terminal Operations Co. is a subsidiary of TAV Airports Holding since 2000 and runs the Istanbul Airport. (Source: Website)
            Turkey

          • Association of Youth with Disabilities of Montenegro

            Association of Youth with Disabilities of Montenegro is a non-profit organization. It gathers youth with all kinds of disabilities (cross-disability approach) as well as people without disabilities willing to participate in activities of the future co-existence and integration. It is founded firstly to provide psychosocial support, solving numerous and complex problems that youth with disabilities encounter daily, as well as creation of educational conditions for College and University opportunities. (Source: Website)
            Montenegro

          • JKJ S.r.l. - Plastic Solutions

            JKJ Srl has been operating since 20 years in the production of plastic products. Today it is a reference point in PVC tactile paving and guidance systems market. (Source: Website)
            Italy

          • Lumos Foundation Moldova

            Lumos Foundation, formerly known as Children's High Level Group, is an international non-governmental charity which promotes an end to the institutionalisation of children worldwide. Lumos has been working in the Republic of Moldova since 2006. It has been a key partner with the Moldovan Government, donors and other civil society organisations. Our national work has developed policy, strategy, legislative change and capacity building for Moldova. (Source: Website)
            Moldova

          • VerbaVoice GmbH

            VerbaVoice GmbH provides communication solutions for the inclusion of people with hearing disabilities. Since 2009, VerbaVoice has been supporting private customers, companies and political institutions with a wide range of consulting offers and services. The basic system is the VerbaVoice platform for online connection of interpreters, wich enables flexible and location-independent live visualization of speech as live subtitles and sign language as a video stream. (Source: Website)
            Germany

          • EBU - European Blind Union

            The European Blind Union is a non-governmental, non profit-making European organization founded in 1984. One of the six regional bodies of the World Blind Union, it is the only organization representing the interests of blind and partially-sighted people in Europe. EBU aims to protect and promote the interests of all blind and partially-sighted people in Europe. EBU currently has 41 member countries, each represented by a national delegation. The Central Office of EBU is based in Paris. (Source: Website)
            France

          • First Step Trust

            First Step Trust (FST) is an innovative charity with over 30 years’ experience of providing opportunities for people excluded from working life because of mental health conditions, learning disabilities, drug or alcohol and other disadvantages. FST provides within the various social enterprises it runs, work experience, on the job training and salaried employment to some of the most vulnerable and socially excluded members of our community. (Source: Website)
            United Kingdom

          • European Union of Supported Employment

            The European Union of Supported Employment (EUSE) is a non-Government organisation and was established in 1993 to facilitate the development of Supported Employment throughout Europe. Supported Employment assists people with significant disabilities (physical, intellectual, psychiatric, sensory and hidden) to access real employment opportunities, of their own choice, in an integrated setting with appropriate ongoing support to become economically and socially active in their own communities. (Source: Website)
            Belgium