Fundacja˛ Rozwoju Systemu Edukacji

Erasmus+ Program

FRSE, or Education System Development Foundation, has been managing European programs, projects and initiatives since 1993. For the last 8 years it has been an Erasmus+ implementing agency.



Gorizia, Italia

Kinoatelje operates in Italy and Slovenia as a multi-purpose center for intercultural and cross-border projects in the field of film and audiovisual media. As a non-governmental organization combines event organization and publishing activities, research, video and film production.

Kinoatelje’s activities encompass film production focused mainly on documentaries exploring the complexity of border identities through personal and collective memory; cross-border educational film projects oriented to promote creative and critical thinking among the young, teachers and mentors; workshops for professional educators that aim to promote scientific and professional contents and to educate schoolteachers; research projects – like the one dedicated to stage and film actress Nora Gregor (1901–1949), a native of Gorizia; publishing of books; film festival organization – since 1999, Kinoatelje organizes the annual cross-border film festival Tribute to a Vision taking place in the inter-regional space between Slovenia and Italy, thus connecting audiences and film institutions in 7 different cities; presentation of Slovene cinema to the Italian public; organization of open-air cinemas in the cross-border territory; organization of the Youth Film Campus in Nova Gorica, where kids and young video enthusiasts from various European countries meet for a week and make several short films; organization of the pluriannual project exploring the life of the Slovene-Italian border through cinema from 1945 to 1954 and reaching 2025; and other events connected to the cinema, as well as many other activities.

ALDA – European Association for Local Democracy

France, Strasbourg

ALDA – European Association for Local Democracy , is a non-profit association founded by initiative of the Congress of the Council of Europe in 1999, which main goal is the promotion of good governance and citizen participation at local level.

ALDA is a membership based organisation gathering more than 350 members (including local democracy agencies, local authorities, association of local authorities, civil society organizations, universities, NGOs, grassroots associations and public bodies) based in 45 countries over most of Europe and the European Neighbourhood countries, amongst these the Balkans, Belarus, Moldova, the Caucasus area, Turkey and a few countries from the North Africa such as Morocco, Algeria, Tunisia. ALDA’s offices are based in Strasbourg (FR), Brussels (BE), Vicenza (IT), Subotica (RS), Skopje (MK), Chisinau (MD) and Tunis (TN). ALDA can count at the moment on 40 people in the staff and various interns and volunteers who support the activities of the different offices.

Today, ALDA is a key stakeholder in the field of local democracy, active citizenship, good governance, EU integration, human rights, and cooperation between local authorities and civil society. Most of ALDA’s work is based on the method of multilateral decentralized cooperation. This method involves a multi-stakeholder approach which focuses on strong partnerships between Local Authorities and non-governmental organizations. These partnerships create positive synergy and ensure that common goals are reached in a successful way.

ALDA will

  • Provide deign and implementation of an educational platform presenting intellectual outputs of the project provided by partner organizations.
  • Organize two international events

KEW – Kolegium Europy Wschodniej

Poland, Wrocław

The Jan Nowak-Jeziorański College of Eastern Europe (Kolegium Europy Wschodniej) was founded in February 2001 by Jan Nowak-Jeziorański, a democratic activist, the legendary “Courier from Warsaw”, the long-time director of the Polish section of Radio Free Europe and the former vice president of the Polish-American Congress. The College of Eastern Europe is a non-profit, non-partisan organization based in Wroclaw, a city in Poland, which, Nowak-Jeziorański once said, “with its root in the Easter is a strategic outpost in the struggle for a better and safer future for Poland.” The other founders are the City of Wroclaw, Lower Silesian Voivodeship Council, National Ossoliński Institute, Angelus Silesius Meeting House, Krzyżowa Foundation and European Cultural Association.

The mission of The College of Eastern Europe is to build Eastern Europe as a community of free people. For us, Europe is not a geographic but axiological concept.

In over 20 years the College of Eastern Europe developed a number of areas of activity including a printing house, information portals and magazines in Polish and English, and since KEW manages the Castle on Water in Wojnowice near Wroclaw. The College is involved in numerous educational and artistic projects supporting free exchange of thought and sharing of experiences in various fields of social, civil, political and cultural life.

KEW will

  • provide overall organizational and material coordination and support for the project implementation
  • produce 15 podcasts for the educational planform
  • coordinate and ensure consistency of all other podcast produced by the partners for the platform

Szépírók Társasága – Society of Hungarian Authors


The Society was established in 1997 to promote contemporary literature and democratic cultural policies. Its almost 400 members include some of the internationally most acclaimed Hungarian writers as well as cultural journalists and cultural managers from across Hungary, and also writers and critics of the Hungarian minorities and diasporas, along with international translators and scholars of Hungarian literature. It organizes readings, conferences, festivals and other cultural events within and beyond the borders of Hungary. It has collaborated with a long list of Hungarian and international organizations.

Producing podcasts & organizing training



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