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          Your search returned 433 Organizations

          • SciFY - Science For You

            SciFY ( is an NGO founded in 2012, which brings leading-edge IT technology to everyday life. They create open, freely accessible, integrated IT products and make them available for free to solve real problems. (Source: Website)

          • EUKOBA - European Competence Centre for Accessibility

            The non-profit European Competence Center for Accessibility e.V., based in Linnich, has been committed to the design of barrier-free social spaces since 2003. Their core competencies are the testing of accessibility, the consulting of companies and institutions as well as training and awareness-raising measures. In doing so, they pursue a socially holistic and participatory approach to accessibility for all. (Source: Website)

          • Stay Up Late, Gig Buddies Online Service

            Stay Up Late is a charity that was set up to ensure that person centred planning for people with learning disabilities and autism meant that it truly reflected what an individual wanted to do in their life. They want people with a learning disability to know they can Stay Up Late, and choose how they live their lives. (Source: Website)
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          • BasicNeeds Vietnam

            With the aim to facilitate the release of stress, fatigue, and emotional pain as well as the adding of joy and positive energy to the mental health of Vietnamese people, BasicNeeds Viet Nam was founded in 2010 to establish a system that supports community development and nurturing the Vietnamese people’s mental health. (Source: Website)

          • Helm

            Helm provides comprehensive advisory and coaching services for institutions, professionals and governments. Helm enables an ease of policy and strategy integration towards the effective and sustainable inclusion of Persons With Disabilities in the workplace, marketplace and events. (Source: Website)

          • YGA - Young Guru Academy

            YGA is a non-profit, non-governmental organization founded in Turkey in 2000. Its volunteers develop international projects to help solve the problems their communities face. (Source: Website)

          • York University Canada


          • APEMH - Association of Parents of Mentally Handicapped Children

            APEMH is a Luxembourg association created in 1967 by parents of children living with an intellectual disability. For more than 50 years, the association created by families has placed the quality of life of people with intellectual disabilities at the heart of its actions. (Source: Website)

          • Tallinn University of Technology


          • Avalon Employment, Inc.

            Avalon Employment Inc. is a non-profit organization offering services for persons with barriers to employment due to developmental disabilities. (Source: Website)