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Coordinator: European association for education, culture and social services (Eubikus)  EEIG Eubikus   is   a   group   of   well-trained   professionals   with   extensive   knowledge   and   experience   in   project   and   quality   management.   They initiate,   develop   and   coordinate   innovative   international   projects   in   education,   cultural   and   social   issues.   Eubikus   is   an   international association with members from Germany, The Netherlands and Austria.   Partner: Agenzia   Regionale   Servizi :   ARES   is   a   vocational   education   and   training   centre   which   since   1988   has   been   working   in   Campobasso (Italy)   providing   services   both   for   private   and   public   organizations.   ARES   supplies   a   diversity   of   courses   like   career   guidance activities, enterprise creation courses for women and special training for people in redundancy fund system.   Izmir   Governorship :   Izmir   Governorship   is   the   highest   public   authority   in   the   province   of   Izmir   (Turkey).The   scope   of   activities includes   education,   security,   environment,   public   works,   culture,   social   services,   health,   integration   of   disadvantaged   into   the society, EU related activities etc.   Interkulturelles   Forum   Fulda    e.V.:   IKF   was   founded   in   2013   by   eleven   persons   who   work   in   the   context   of   migration   in   the   region of   Fulda   (Germany).      It   supports   an   interlinking   of   migrant   self-help   organizations   as   well   as   the   organizations   and   institutions   who act in the area of Migration. Stichting   Tour :   Stichting   Tour   is   a   foundation   that   focuses   on   practical   and   sustainable   solutions   for   better   life   issues,   especially   for inhabitants   with   a   Dutch   Caribbean   or   Latin   American   background   that   live   in   marginal   areas   of   the   city   of   Rotterdam   (The Netherlands) 
This project has been funded with support from the European Commission. This publication reflects the views only of the author, and  the Commission cannot be held responsible for any use which may be made of the information contained therein.  Project number: 2015-1-DE02-KA204-002354