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Heritage Malta is the national agency for museums, conservation practice and cultural heritage. The mission of Heritage Malta is to ensure that those elements of cultural heritage entrusted to it are protected and made accessible to the public. The agency also operates a conservation division for the training of conservators and conservation scientists. Heritage Malta seeks to provide its various audiences with an enhanced experience during visits to the various sites and museums. Cultural heritage can act as a catalyst for Malta’s tourism potential and consequently contribute significantly to the economy. The agency has a specific educational section with special educational programmes targeting children of different age groups as part of organised school visits. These programmes are based on the local educational curriculum and address specific areas of study in an edutainment approach. Heritage Malta is also committed to bring culture closer to the people through facilitating interpretation and accessibility, both physical and intellectual. Whether through temporary exhibitions, public lectures, heritage trails or other specialised events, the agency ensures that it lives up to the motto of ensuring a future to our past.


VisMedNet Association was established in 2012 to bring together professionals from education, youth, and career development into one space in which they could explore and experiment new ways for innovation and rejuvenation in the three sectors. Over the years VisMedNet became a household name for Communities of Practice, learning communities, grassroots research and new experiments in learning through fruitful partnerships.

It has a large network at a local and European level made up of education providers, youth organisations, enterprise centres and decision makers with which it has ventured in constructive partnerships and explorations for the benefit of different target groups.


ValIda Association was established in June 2015 in Rome with the aim of carrying out research, experimentation and development of strategies for quality management in education, youth and society. It has been a partner in several EU funded projects taking on responsibilities for the monitoring of quality in management of projects and outputs, including impact, change brought about in partner organisations or in the professional / personal lives of beneficiaries as well as actual exploitation and sustainability potential in post project lifetime.


Quiosq is a Dutch organisation, rooted in the disciplines of geography, history, and museology, and works to connect objects, memories, identities, and places in heritage projects. The staff consists of professionals who share their extensive knowledge of the museum and heritage sector, devoted to making European heritage projects possible. 


Greek Cultural Institute is an organisation promoting the values of Greek Culture and Education through the development of guided tours, cultural routes, museum educational programs, interactive outdoors activities and tailor-made programs for schools. Greek Cultural Institute collaborates with School Life and Education Museum which is housed in a neoclassical building of the 19th century in the heart of Athens, directly under the hill of Acropolis.

Along with School Life and Education Museum the Institute has organised in the past 3 international educational conferences with great turnout (proceedings have been already published) and several national educational conferences and meetings. Greek Cultural Institute has facilitated in the Museum’s premises a variety of seminars, training courses, workshops and all sorts of cultural events, art exhibitions, theatre performances, book presentations and lectures.


Casa de Sefarad is a private museum located in Cordoba since 2006, and it focuses on Spanish-Jewish memory, culture and history, before and after the Jews were forced to convert into Christianity or expelled from Sefarad (Spain) in 1492. Afterwards, the converted ones suffered a harsh persecution by the Spanish Inquisition, while the ones who left spread around the Mediterranean basin and Western Europe, keeping alive Spanish language and traditions. Casa de Sefarad seeks to preserve and recover the memory of Sephardic Jews. It has, besides its permanent collection, a wide cultural program, stressing the memory aspects, considered as a duty, because as the Museum motto says "Where there is attention, there is not oblivion. To achieve this goal, the Museum basic tools are storytelling techniques and the use of singing, creating an emotional link to our visitors.

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Museon-Omniversum is a museum with giant screen theatre in The Hague, Netherlands. Museon-Omniversum motivates its visitors to take an active attitude as world citizens. By inspiring and enthusing to treat our planet with respect and to improve it. We share the adventure of looking for solutions to make the world a better place.

Museon-Omniversum programmes One Planet, that focuses on the future of the earth. With One Planet the Museon-Omniversum makes a strong case for protecting our planet and to treat everything and everyone that lives on it with respect. To this end, the museum uses its collections, programs, knowledge and also its network to show how beautiful the world is and that everything is connected. The museum always highlights a small part of that complex system. By telling the specific story about the beauty of that connection. 
The 17 Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) of the United Nations to make the world a better place in 2030 form the basis. The (SDGs) are the framework for telling stories about, among other things, climate resilience and energy transition. From water management to economic opportunities for all. And from food security to making cities resilient and future-proof. To accelerate the climate approach and social and economic resilience.


Institute for the personal development, entrepreneurship, coaching and Emotional Intelligence is a training company founded in 2018 focused in the attitudinal training and the improvement of human performance. The company works with clients with the aim of increasing their results both in personal or professional areas, developing techniques and strategies in the areas of coaching, Emotional Intelligence, soft skills and Neuro Linguistic Programming (NLP).
INDEPCIE trains persons, so both the individuals and their organizations acquire skills and habits leading to a continuous improvement. The staff uses the most advanced techniques in training to develop and achieve this ambitious goal as experts in team management, emotional management and motivation.
INDEPCIE learns from the experience gained by its staff, professionals with years of background in the fields of training and the development and management of transnational projects in the frame of Erasmus+ Program.


CIAPE was set up in 2009 as a private non profit organisation, promoting accessible and inclusive learning for all.

CIAPE is engaged in designing and implementing individual and group coaching and mentoring sessions addressed to young people (15-24) and young adults (24-30) including also the categories of youth leaders and animators, youth workers, trainers, coaches, etc., based on an innovative, inclusive and integrated approach made up of multiple methodologies and tools such as non-violent communication, Storytelling, Humanistic coaching, Personal branding canvas, Serious Games. Moreover, CIAPE conducts research, forecasts, and prepares policy papers and recommendations about the new skills required by the future labour market, for a better professional integration of adults, with a special attention to the implementation of equal opportunities for all in the access to the labour market. Socio-economic and environmental trends (migration, population ageing, jobs’ automation, urbanisation, climate change), as well as unexpected health emergencies like the Covid-19, heavily affect the features of the economic system and stimulate adults and professionals to adapt their professional profile and perspectives in that sense.


The Regional Association of Lazio Municipalities, called ANCI Lazio, is an autonomous regional association of the National Association of Italian Municipalities (ANCI). ANCI Lazio is not for profit. The Association, which originates from the tradition and autonomy aspirations of the population and local communities of Lazio, has as its aim the pursuit of the protection of local autonomies, recognized by the Constitution, and of the rights and interests of the members represented by it.

ANCI Lazio supports the municipalities with various initiatives in order to train political leaders and their operational structures. In the sector of culture and cultural heritage ANCI Lazio has promoted the establishment of the "Coordination of the cultural systems of Lazio", with the aim of networking their activities, creating project and practice communities and participating in partnerships at a European level.



Antoine Gambin