The Consortium

FAPAC - FEDERACIÓ D’ASSOCIACIONS DE MARES I PARES D’ALUMNES DE CATALUNYA
FAPAC is a federation of Students' Parents Associations of Catalonia, with more than 2000 AMPA spread in more than 750 villages, FAPAC has become the biggest federation in Catalonia gathering more than 475.000 families. 
FAPAC serves as a space for relation, coordination and common work between all  AMPA of Catalonia with the purpose of strengthening and defending a Catalan, secular, equitable, integrative, inclusive, free, democratic, coeducational and quality public education. To achieve this, the federation encourages associative participation, coordination, reflection process and development of common projects between AMPA. Furthermore, acts as an agent of social and political influence in favor of education and offers to AMPA support services.

EPA - EUROPEAN PARENTS’ ASSOCIATION
EPA gathers the parents associations in Europe which together represent more than 150 million parents. EPA works in partnership both to represent and give to parents a powerful voice in the development of education policies and decisions at European level. In the field of education, EPA aims to promote the active participation of parents and the recognition of their central place as the primary responsible of the education of their children.
EPA supports the participation and collaboration of parents in many educational respects by: 
- Gathering and disseminating information,
- Highlighting innovation in educational partnership,
- Promoting parents’ ongoing support and training,
- Supporting research

Amalipe Center for Interethnic Dialogue and Tolerance is a leading Roma organization, working for the equal integration of Roma in Bulgarian Society,

The organization plays a central role in organizing a Roma civic movement and advocating for Roma integration within the state institutions.
Amalipe is a member of the National Network of Children, the Civil Participation Forum, the National Patient organization, the European Women Lobby.
At present the organozation has Community Develoment Centres and Local community clubs in 11 municipalities and works with a network of more than 170 schools.

CONFAP - Confederação Nacional das Associações de Pais
The National Confederation of Parents' Associations is a confederation of Parents and Carers’ Associations, and their associate members; it is a non-profit organization whose purpose is to bring together, coordinate, enhance, advocate for and represent, at national level,  parents’ associative movement.
We act as a social partner alongside sovereign bodies, relevant authorities and institutions to enable and facilitate parents and carers’ rights and responsibility to orientate and participate actively, as primarily responsible, in their children comprehensive education.
An independent, non-religious, non-political, and plural organisation, we respect the Universal Declaration of Human Rights, advocate for and support families.

Association "Parents in Education" brings together parents and representatives of the Council of Parents and School Councils of Warsaw and the entire Poland.
The Association is an organization working to build and support the parents in the school self-management through training and strengthening the Council of Parents and School Councils.
We promote the rights and duties of parents and build the image of a competent parent, professionally supporting your child in the process of development, upbringing and education.
Promoting the participation of parents in school life, we create a climate of dialogue based on partner relations students, parents and teachers. These activities help to build social capital and shaping school responsible citizenship.

ERDISC - EQUIP DE RECERCA EN DIVERSITAT I INCLUSIÓ EN SOCIETATS COMPLEXES de la UNIVERSITAT AUTÒNOMA DE BARCELONA
ERDISC pursues knowledge building for diversity management in the context of complex societies, from an inclusive perspective. Such diversity management is envisaged as markedly educational, therefore focusing on education as a space where:
- Civil society can gain skills to optimally enter processes of inclusive diversity management, with a view to social inclusion.
- Civil society must find a framework where inclusive diversity management is a reality and not a project.
ERDISC research covers three social dimensions: macro, meso and micro.

IEFES - DEPARTAMENTO DE CIENCIAS DE LA EDUCACIÓN. UNIVERSIDAD DE OVIEDO
Research and Innovation areas:
  • Community development
  • Asturias as a field of study
  • Didactical Innovation and European Area (EEES)
  • Methodologies, strategies and didactical resources
  • Specific teaching
  • Equality, coexistence and inclusion
  • Social development
  • Evaluation
  • ICT

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