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femLENS' mission is to visually educate and make technologically aware the most vulnerable and resourceless women of our society through documentary photography made accessible by mobile phone cameras and cheaper point and shoot cameras.

Associazione pro Terra Sancta

pro Terra Sancta is committed to preserving the cultural heritage and supporting the local communities in the contexts in which it operates, supporting the work of the Franciscan Friars of the Custody of the Holy Land, and local charitable works at the service of the weakest. In addition, the Association is committed to providing humanitarian aid to all those who join find in need, operating with the desire to meet everyone regardless of all religious affiliation, social status and ethnic origin. Participating in the work of pro Terra Sancta means, in particular, loving and live a lasting bond with the Holy Places and the ancient Christian communities, involving itself in the various religious, historical-cultural and social aspects. In particular, the works of the Association must be constantly supported and guided by the following principles: (1) love for the fate of each person you meet; (2) constant dialogue with all those involved in the on-site projects in order to get to know the reality of the place and identify needs and opportunities, so from define possible development processes; (3) sharing of decisions regarding strategies to adopt and projects to implement; (4) promotion of initiatives identified as priorities; (5) involvement of supporters, so that they can significantly contribute to the work of pro Terra Sancta.

Fondation de France

Focused in supporting a modern, effective and global philanthropy.


We are a public school Institutution. Our schools comprehend and serve students with a range of age from 3 to 14 years; our students are from the Montebelluna area and surroundings. School staff works as a team to instill in children the value of multiculturalism as a daily habit. We network with other institutions either public or private ( such as social services, city Hall administration, cafeteria service) to create a safe educational and social environment for students. Our purpose is to merge in the community as a reference for the future adult citizens.

Mozzanica's Municipality

public entity with social and economic developement purposes

Fightthestroke Foundation


Circolo di cultura omosessuale Mario Mieli

The Mario Mieli LGBT+ Association is a registered non-profit association (Registry of the Lazio Region) established in 1983. The Association is a civil rights organisation, supporting the LGBT+ community and committed to combating AIDS, both with information and prevention activities, as well as to assisting and supporting HIV-positive people. We promote action to fight all kinds of discrimination and carry out cultural and socialization activities. The projects and activities undertaken so far have received the appreciation and support of the Ministry of Health, the Lazio Region, the Province of Rome and the Municipality of Rome. Mario Mieli Association continued to offer a series of free social services and activities: Rainbow Line Help Centre (toll-free number 800 11 06 11), with telephone and on-site consulting Psychological counselling Legal counselling Self-Help Group for HIV-positive people LGBT+ Group for immigrants Rapid Test HIV and STDs GOALS AND BENEFICIARIES - Welcoming, supporting and guiding LGBT+ people, including HIV-positive people - Provide listening, advice, assistance with issues related to discrimination based on sexual orientation, gender identity and HIV-positive people - Countering prejudice and discrimination against LGBT+ and/or HIV-positive people - Encouraging inclusion and integration of LGBT+ immigrants and people discriminated against in their country of origin for sexual orientation or gender identity SPECIFIC PROJECTS The Rainbow Line Help Centre is open from 2 am to 6 pm on Mondays through Fridays. The Rainbow Line Centre provides information on health, disease prevention, HIV/AIDS and other sexually-transmitted diseases; also it collects and manages reports of discrimination due to sexual orientation, gender identity and serological status. The Centre is run by experienced practitioners, psychologists, lawyers and doctors. The Legal Office offers several types of counselling (in civil, criminal, administrative and labour law). The Office is able to offer support to people who are victims of discrimination. The Psychological Counselling Office offers support and advice with issues related to sexual orientation and gender identity. It also provides support to victims of discrimination and homophobic and transphobic bullying. The Self-Help Group for HIV-positive people works to foster the emancipation and empowerment of participants, allowing them to share their problems with peers and experiment methods and strategies fostering greater awareness and calm in dealing with self-perception and health issues. In recent years, it has offered special support to people with HIV who are victims of discrimination due to their serological status. The LGBT+ Group for migrants offers support through specific psychological and/or legal assistance initiatives. In particular, it organises Italian language courses in order to foster integration and develop the linguistic tools to fight the discrimination targeting the LGBTI community in Italy, not only for their sexual orientation or gender identity, but also for their ethnic origin. HIV information and prevention project, Rapid HIV and STDs Testing Free Quick Tests offered at the Association's headquarters and at gay venues OTHER ACTIVITIES Since 1994 The Mario Mieli organizes every Pride in Rome. The Mario Mieli has organized the first World Pride in history in 2000 and the EuroPride of Rome in 2011 with Lady Gaga. "LIBER@DIESSERE" Project. Information and training course on LGBT+ diversity for psycho-social-health workers"- funded by UNAR (the Italian National Anti-Racial Discrimination Office) under the A.P.A.D. 2016 (Positive Actions Against Discrimination) call for projects. Diversity training initiatives (to counter any kind of prejudice) aimed at psycho-social-health workers in public institutions. The project was conducted in association with other organizations, including Cirses (project leader), AGEDO, Famiglie Rainbow and Associazione Libellula. The Mario Mieli Association, among other things, staffed the information desk, through the Rainbow Line Help Centre, achieving an increase in the number of contacts during the project. SCHOOLS PROJECT Training and prevention initiatives at secondary schools through peer education. Initiatives against homo-lesbian-transphobic bullying to foster a culture of knowledge, addressing the topics of Affectivity, Sexuality, Prevention of HIV and other STDs.

Ora Singers

ORA Singers is an award-winning and critically-acclaimed professional vocal ensemble, recognised for its commitment to producing the highest quality choral music; continuing and enhancing the centuries-long tradition of choral singing in England. We do this primarily through performance, recording, commissioning and choral education. We believe that choral singing is truly at the heart of Britain's classical music tradition, and we are committed to showcasing its beauty, power and relevance to a modern and demographically varied audience. Building on our success of the last six years, we are developing a new vision of cross-cultural work that we believe will introduce British choral singing to a wider audience than ever before, both nationally and internationally. We will be collaborating with, and commissioning, extraordinary artists from other world music traditions, building musical bridges between different cultures. We are also continuing to expand our educational programme, which reaches out to under-privileged young people across the UK. We provide free mentoring and access to professional musicians and musical opportunities to aspiring composers from state schools. We were inspired to build this programme by the continual reduction of support for music education in our state education sector, and the knock-on effect this is having on young people's musical development and aspirations. We have always supported the creation of new work, commissioning over 50 new musical pieces in the last six years, and with a target of 100 new works in 10 years. We have become known for our creative and prolific commissioning programme, providing employment and exposure to a huge number of composers, and building a legacy of early 21st century choral music which will continue to be performed for hundreds of years to come.


L'Associazione I Buffoni di Corte Onlus opera dal 2008, con impegno e professionalita, sul territorio torinese e propone progetti educativi, ricreativi e formativi per persone con disabilita e non. L'esperienza educativa e favorita da laboratori riguardanti le piu differenti forme d'arte, pensati nella prospettiva di un'educazione volta alla convivenza e alla condivisione di tempi, spazi e modi; in questo contesto l'arte rappresenta un efficace strumento educativo, nel quale coesistono relazione, integrazione, libera espressione e rispetto delle regole. Ogni laboratorio, con modalita differenti, e indirizzato alla valorizzazione della persona e allo sviluppo della sua autonomia. Dal 2015, inoltre, per rispondere alle richieste delle famiglie sul "Dopo di noi" e per dare ulteriore valore alla missione de I Buffoni di Corte, e stato avviato il percorso di accompagnamento all'autonomia e alla residenzialita. Attualmente le risorse a disposizione permettono di soddisfare la domanda di 20 persone con disabilita, ma la lista di attesa e in continua crescita. L'Associazione persegue le seguenti specifiche finalita: interventi e servizi sociali per l'assistenza, l'integrazione e per i diritti delle persone con disabilita; organizza e gestisce attivita culturali, artistiche e ricreative di interesse sociale, incluse le attivita di promozione e diffusione della cultura e della pratica del volontariato. I Buffoni di Corte rappresentano un luogo di incontro tra arti, intese come strumento di formazione, integrazione sociale e di partecipazione tra gli individui, dove ognuno compie un percorso di ricerca e scoperta delle proprie abilita espressive ed artistiche, acquisendo anche una maggiore consapevolezza delle proprie capacita creative e relazionali. Ogni attivita proposta, con modalita differenti, e volta a favorire i processi di autodeterminazione ed e indirizzata alla valorizzazione della persona e allo sviluppo della sua autonomia. Il percorso di accompagnamento all'autonomia, inoltre, e finalizzato ad una buona indipendenza, personale e sociale, delle persone con disabilita, a garanzia di un loro diritto e prerequisito fondamentale per assicurare loro un'effettiva inclusione nella societa, in una futura vita fuori casa e, ove possibile, nel mondo del lavoro.

Foundation Orient Occident

Founded in 1994, the Fondation Orient-Occident's primary vocation is to be a bridge between the two shores of the Mediterranean. The vision of the Fondation Orient Occident is to work for the sustainable and responsible development of populations in precarious situations through education, professional training, culture and integration into the world of work. It focuses its action on two major areas of development: Territorial development (Education and citizenship, Vocational training, Solidarity economy, Entrepreneurship) Migration and interculturality (Intercultural dialogue, South-South migration, North-South Migration..) FOO's mission is to support the development of communities through transculturality (recognition and valorisation of all cultures) and social integration. For many years, the Fondation Orient Occident has been developing projects to support Moroccans and the most vulnerable migrants throughout Morocco. The Fondation Orient Occident currently has teams in 6 offices active in the cities of Rabat, Casablanca, Fez, Oujda, Tangier and Marrakech.

ReMade Community Lab

ReMade community lab intends to spread the ecological and digital culture through the experimentation of a micro production laboratory starting from urban plastic waste which, through design, recycling and digital manufacturing processes, aims to start a circular economy model in the city. The goal is to simplify and reduce the environmental impact of urban waste management by concentrating the collection, recycling and production phases in a single organization unit. The products realised by the laboratory are conceived through a creative process that starts from the choice and reworking of signs belonging to the territory. We aim to raise awareness of the community by involving inhabitants and traders in the collection of waste and by activating workshops and training courses for the transmission of skills in the field of digital manufacturing as a tool to facilitate the development of new forms of enterprise in the field of green and circular economy.

Devetaki Plateau Association

We are a Bulgarian non-for-profit legal entity, established in 2008 to stimulate the development, improve the quality of life and vitalize the region of Devetaki Plateau. We mobilize local communities and resources to reduce social and economic disparities between the villages in the Devetaki Plateau and the big towns in Bulgaria. The Association's efforts are aimed at development and promotion of the region as a tourist destination.