CECL is a public benefit institution and research centre, founded in 1995 and based in Athens. The Centre’s objective is to contribute to the development of democratic institutions and the welfare state under the rule of law and to strengthen international cooperation with respect to the cultural identity of each state. Three specialised units operate within the structure of the Centre: Unit for Better Regulation; Educational Policy Unit and Social Policy Unit.
The Centre has implemented institutional and capacity building projects in more than 25 countries, mainly in the areas of judicial reform, human rights and administrative reform; it is the national focal point for the European Network of Fundamental Rights (FRANET) of the European Union Agency on Fundamental Rights-FRA; it participates in the activities of international organisations with Observer Status; it coordinates the “Constitution-Making and Constitutional Change Research Group” of the International Association of Constitutional Law and operates the blog http://constitutional-change.com/ and it is ISO 9001:2008 certified for the services it offers.
The Institute of Industrial and Business Education & Training (IVEPE) is a non-profit educational organization, founded in 1980 by a group of large Greek industries, following an initiative of the Hellenic Federation of Enterprises and Industries (SEV). IVEPE-SEV provides reliable, broadly recognized and high-level vocational training and lifelong education to employees, unemployed, self-employed and people of vulnerable social groups in Greece and abroad. It is a licensed Centre of Vocational & Lifelong Training Level 2 (KDBM2) of nationwide reputation by the National Organization for the Certification of Qualifications & Vocational Guidance (EOPPEP) of the Ministry of Education, Research & Religious Affairs and collaborates with educational institutions and organizations of international prestige (BINDT, IASSC etc), providing to those being trained internationally recognized services. IVEPE-SEV will be involved in the development of the diversity management toolkit, will provide capacity building activities to HR and management staff and will participate in the piloting of the diversity management toolkit in private enterprises in Greece.
Center for Social Innovation – CSI (Cyprus) is a Research and Development organization, which focuses on fostering social innovation that can bring about a positive change to local, national, regional and global contexts. CSI identifies and address systemic challenges through evidence-based research, state of the art investigation of global, national, regional and local solutions, developing solutions by taking into consideration the local ecosystem, cultural dynamics, meet the stakeholders needs and implementing those solutions as we keep constant vigilance to ensure continual feedback loop and adjustments. The feedback mechanisms and processes we employ allow us certainty in keeping in touch with our stakeholders and continually update our social solutions proposition. CSI will lead WP3 and contribute all project activities
KEAN – Cell of Alternative Youth Activities is a non-profit association, founded on 2004 and located in Athens, aiming at the development and implementation of humanitarian programs for the protection of the social and physical environment.
Its ultimate goal is to upgrade the lives of young people and vulnerable social groups, combat social exclusion, promote a better organized society with respect towards human rights.
KEAN launched the Greek Diverstity Charter. The “Diversity Charter”, an initiative of the European Commission for the Promotion of Diversity in Greek Businesses, was established in Greece in 2019. Greece became the 23rd country to sign the Charter. Its goal is to function as a means of engaging in the implementation of equal opportunities and diversity in every work environment in Greece.