The partners of ELLE project
FALEP 2B (League of Associations Continuing Education) is the departmental variation of the "League of teaching", a large popular education historical association founded in 1866 and today present in 102 French departments. Falep is a privileged partner of French National Education. It supports local action by partnering with institutions and associations that share the same values. Its 'political' commitments are primarily those of the National Confederation, namely: a Popular Education movement and social economy in populations Service Difficulty. Falep is implementing many actions, offering his skills, educational support for the fight against discrimination, promotion of secularism as a core Republican value, cultural diversity and especially the cultural, linguistic integration of migrants.
Private and independent centre for Research, Development and Innovation whose mission is to design and carry out projects that contribute to achieve a sustainable and inclusive development through education, culture and innovation. The centre designs and develops innovative tools, methodologies, products and services that respond to current social and economic challenges and enable to anticipate and drive the changes needed to achieve future goals and objectives in society. INFODEF supports the modernisation of educational systems and the pedagogical innovativeness of public and private educational institutions at national and European levels.
Folkuniversitetet is an adult educational association that offers a wide range of adult education all over Sweden. It is an association of five foundations: the university extensions attached to the Universities of Stockholm, Uppsala, Göteborg, Lund and Umeå. We have a broad open educational program in a variety of subjects; we also run upper secondary schools, schools in higher vocational education, courses for seniors and training, labour market education and further education and training for working life. Folkuniversitetet is independent of all political, religious and commercial interests. International cooperation, pedagogic development, democracy and focus on the individual are central values for us.
VHS Cham is a registered, non-profit association in Upper Palatinate; it acts on a regional level. The total number of fulltime administrative, teaching and training employees 70 plus and about 250 freelancers. VHS Cham provides courses in the field of society, vocational training, languages, health, culture and special courses (second chance schools). VHS Cham has a long-term experience of course development with the specific focus on and experienced in organising language courses for specific groups: young learners, among them young drop outs, young adults, adults, seniors, migrants, and people from rural areas. One of the largest groups of language learners are migrants/non-native speakers.
InnoQuality Systems (INQS) provides program and policy services designed to enable positive student and teacher outcomes in early childhood, primary, postsecondary, VET and adult education. We support learning across a lifetime. From early care for infants and toddlers through college and workforce training, our innovative approaches and methodologies address critical questions and improve the quality of educational programs. Our professional expertise and work has built a portfolio of evidence-based solutions that can be applied to new challenges as the education landscape continues to evolve. We understand the educational priorities of local, national and European stakeholders, philanthropic organizations, and non-profits’.
LBP is a cultural and educational association created with the aim of promote scenic arts and culture. The association works in the field of cultural management, the provision of youth an adult education working with unprivileged groups. Despite is a young organization, it was born in the social environment of Líbera Theatre, a professional theatre company founded in 2007 to develop cultural projects and activities. During the last years, the association has been increasing and diversifying its activities in social and cultural interventions with vulnerable groups.