The AMEDY project consortium is made up of three partner organisations: Stiftung Digitale Chancen from Germany, who coordinated the two-year Erasmus+ project, supported by UC Leuven-Limburg from Belgium and IASIS NGO from Greece.
Stiftung Digitale Chancen (Germany)
Stiftung Digitale Chancen - (Digital Opportunities Foundation, short SDC) has been campaigning to interest people in the diverse possibilities of the internet and support them with their internet experience since 2002. It is the goal to counteract the exclusion of disadvantaged groups of society from the development towards an information society. The Foundation actively campaigns against the digital divide and is committed to digital inclusion. In this they especially address those who have not yet had a chance to join digital life because they encounter barriers or do not have access to the internet. To reach the goal the foundation gets in close contact with stakeholders from politics, business and the academia who work on digital inclusion.
For more information visit https://www.digitale-chancen.de
UC Leuven-Limburg (Belgium)
UC Leuven-Limburg (UCLL) is one of the major universities of applied sciences in Flanders with over 14,000 students and 9 campuses. It is renowned for the high quality of ist teaching, research & regional development. More than 30 professional bachelor (EQF 6), and lifelong learning study programmes are offered in various discipline fields, with a focus on health care, social work, business & commerce, teacher education, science & technology. UC Leuven-Limburg’s strong commitment to research ensures state-of-art training programmes for its 15,000 students. Furthermore, UCLL is a member of educational networks across the globe and strongly collaborates with local, regional and national policy-making bodies, resulting in a broad network of stakeholders.
For more information visit https://www.ucll.be
IASIS NGO (Greece)
IASIS is non-governmental, non-profit organization active in the field of Social Inclusion, Mental Health and De-institutionalization, which actively participates in the psychiatric reform promoted by the Ministry of Health and Social Solidarity and the European Union. IASIS has an official registration as Private Non-Profit Organization. The organization’s main objective is to provide psychosocial support and education to people who either belong to the range of or are at risk of exclusion, and to adult learners in the humanitarian field. Building on this experience, it is active in the field of non-formal education.
For more information visit http://www.iasismed.eu/en/