SOSU Ostjylland

SOSU Ostjylland is the second-largest social and health care college in Denmark, offering various educational programs and supplementary training for staff in social and health care institutions, home care for the elderly, and child care.

They provide vocational education and training (VET), youth education, including EUX and EUD10 (10th grade of primary school).

They develop innovative teaching materials, organize work practice, and collaborate closely with employers. With over 25 years of experience, they also validate prior learning since 2007. The college employs about 150 staff members and has 20 external professionals. They have approximately 1000 full-time students and 2000 professionals enrolled in supplementary training.

Students range from 15 to 60 years old, with diverse cultural backgrounds. In October 2021, their Erasmus+ project “TECHSenior” received the European Innovative Teaching Award (EITA), recognizing innovative teaching practices.

Masaryk University

Masaryk University, the second-largest public university in the Czech Republic, comprises nine faculties with over 200 departments, institutes, and clinics. Established in 1919, it is known for its strong democratic ethos.

The Faculty of Education focuses on training general education teachers and counselors, offering programs for students with special educational needs. The Institute for Research in Inclusive Education (IRIE), closely linked with the Department of Special Education, delivers the Special Andragogy program for adults with SEN.

IRIE collaborates with institutions and NGOs, conducting research aimed at evidence- based practices for people with ASD and SEN, focusing on education, employment, independent living, and social inclusion. It engages in international projects such as ISOTIS, Family Education Programme, Positive Parenting, and The “A” class, aiming to enhance educational and counseling services for people with SEND and promote inclusivity in education and the labor market.


ViModo is a research and education organization in Cyprus focused on research, innovation, and social inclusion.

Despite being newly established, their team is highly qualified with extensive experience in coordinating and implementing European projects, particularly in Erasmus+ KA2. They specialize in several areas including autism and special education, offering training programs and support for professionals, families, and individuals with autism and other neurodevelopmental disorders. They also provide training in Autism and Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) and develop evidence-based classroom management strategies.

ViModo designs and delivers projects to enhance social inclusion and integration, establishes synergies with organizations supporting people on the autism spectrum in Cyprus, conducts special education workshops, participates in inclusive education seminars, and offers face-to-face and online educational courses for professionals, adults, youth, and teachers.

Aalborg University

Aalborg University (AAU) is a dynamic and innovative research and educational institution with a strong focus on local, regional, national, and international issues. Committed to excellence, AAU offers high- quality educational experiences across various academic fields.

The Department of Architecture, Design, and Media Technology, with branches in Aalborg, Copenhagen, and Esbjerg, hosts 140 researchers and PhD students and is involved in numerous national and international projects.

It is unique in Denmark as it combines disciplines in architecture, design, media, and technology, fostering knowledge and competence development with a human-centered approach. The multisensory experience lab at Aalborg University in Copenhagen is one of the participating laboratories in the project.

Blue Beehive

Blue Beehive is a non-governmental, non-profit organization aiming to promote education and culture through non-formal training.

They offer workshops on various topics for young people, focusing on diversity, inclusion, and social awareness. They collaborate with associations and the Municipality of Ibi to include disadvantaged groups in their programs.

Blue Beehive’s mission includes encouraging educational activities, fostering multidisciplinary knowledge, empowering individuals through education, promoting cultural and sports projects, and improving digital competencies. They specialize in educational innovation and technological development with a focus on social responsibility.

Blue Beehive develops projects related to cultural exchange, education competency improvement, socialization for disadvantaged groups, and promoting service-learning.

Sina Svetulka

The organization’s mission is to improve the quality of life for individuals with autism and their families by providing education and direct support, as well as raising awareness about autism spectrum disorders. Their vision is to promote the inclusion of people with autism in all aspects of society. They focus on disability, autism spectrum disorders, human rights, education, quality of life, and social inclusion.

Their goals include improving the quality of life for individuals with autism and their families, providing treatment and education, and training families and professionals in working with individuals with autism.

The organization has 10 staff members and 55 other members who work on various projects voluntarily. All staff members are professionals experienced in working with individuals with autism.

Their skills include research, statistical data processing, interpretation, module preparation for education, training in working with individuals with special needs, and dissemination tasks such as logo design and website creation.

Donbass State Pedagogical University

Donbass State Pedagogical University, established in 1939, is a non-profit public higher-education institution located in Slavyansk, Donetsk Oblast. It offers specialized subjects and degree programs and has been a leader in educational services for over 80 years.

The university was formed in 2012 by merging Sloviansk State Pedagogical University and Horlivka Institute for Foreign Languages.

It comprises nine faculties offering a range of disciplines, including physics and mathematics, pedagogy, physical culture, philology, special education, and humanitarian and economic education. The institution also offers postgraduate and doctoral studies in various specialties.

Notably, the Faculty of Special Education has been a key center for research and education in Ukraine since 1966, specializing in training highly qualified specialists in special education.

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