Menu Close


Technische Universität Berlin (TUB) is one of the three large public universities in Berlin, Germany. TUB is a competitive HEI interested to bring international and regional expertise to its faculties and research centres through nationally and internationally-funded projects. During the past years, this institution has been very successful in achieving this goal and aims to continue with it in the future. The Technische Universität Berlin looks back over a long and distinguished tradition of teaching and research. The research team of TUB has experiences in urban mobility and urban planning related to different national and international research project, including fundamental research and applied research meant to increase sustainable mobility of people including different age and socio-demographic groups in different countries in relation with their public health and other societal issues.


MVNGO is an educational training provider at local and European level and has a consultant role for public and private bodies in order to promote and develop European and trans-continental projects. MVNGO promotes Intercultural Dialogue, Social Entrepreneurship, Social Inclusion through Sport, integration of migrants and environmental protection. MVNGO operates in both the formal and non-formal branches of education. Mine Vaganti NGO has displayed a long-standing focus on the use of Sport as a tool of social inclusion, with a specific focus on disadvantaged categories, among whom migrants. MVNGO works on Erasmus+, Horizon 2020, Europe for Citizens, Creative Europe, EuropeAid, COSME, AMIF, the United Nations programmes (UNDEF) and with foundations such as EYF, Anna Lindh, Open Society and Fondazione CON IL SUD.

Erasmus Centre for Urban, Port and Transport Economics (Erasmus UPT) is a research and education company owned by Erasmus University Rotterdam (NL). Erasmus UPT’s mission is to deliver practical research solutions grounded in science. More specifically, its goal is to provide government and industry with cutting-edge knowledge, international best practice advice and workable policy recommendations. UPT’s research serves as input for vision building, decision support and economic evaluation for clients in both the public and private sectors, such as national and local governments, industry, consultants and NGO’s.

The Sports and Recreation Center of the Cracow University of Technology (PL)  is a unit inter-faculty organization that organizes classes for students and employees of all faculties of the Cracow University of Technology in the field of, physical education, specialist sports groups, recreation, rehabilitation, health education. Since 2016, the centre has also been conducting fitness tests including estimation of maximum oxygen uptake (Astrand – Rhyming test) and analysis of body mass and components. Using heart monitors, the centre conducts special physical activity programs for students with low-performance parameters.

The Northern Greece Physical Education Teachers’ Association (E.G.V.E.), founded in 1954 (GR), is both a professional and a scientific representative of all Physical Education aspects in Greece and it attributes to more than 9.000 members. It is the only official bearer of education and information for the Physical Education graduates in Macedonia and Thrace, extending its activities all over Greece and Cyprus. During the last 25 year, it has developed multifaceted activities, contributing to the growth of Physical Education and Sports’ image in Greece. The Association’s activities include –but do not limit to- the promotion of professional and scientific issues of its members, the organization of educational and festive events, as well as active participation in events with intense social character such as the battle against drug use and doping in sports and physical education and sport for the challenged ones.

Rijeka Sports Association for Persons with Disabilities (HR) was founded in Rijeka in 1984. It was founded with a primal goal to promote sports among young people especially among those with various types of disabilities. It has a mission to integrate people with disabilities in society through sports and to give a contribution to equal rights of all citizens and prevent the social exclusion of people with disabilities. There are 19 sports clubs within our organization which include: wheelchair tennis, athletics, table tennis, boccia, Alpine skiing, equestrian, swimming, shooting, sports for the deaf and sports for the blind. Currently, the Association employs these persons: Secretary General, 2 EU project managers and 3 Kinesiology professors/sport trainers, an administrator. Among the employees, we have persons with disabilities and parent of a child with disabilities.

Sport Ambassadors Association (TR) is a voluntary sports association. Sports Ambassadors Association has been established to be active in local, national and international projects. The Association has about 200 volunteers from the university and the number is increasing day by day. Most of the volunteers are young people aged between 15-30. But there are also different levels of educational backgrounds. The target group is for all age groups of people, including  and disadvantaged and disabled people who are integrated into our activities. The main focus of the Association is to work in the following fields: promoting Physical Activity and Health (namely HEPA), social inclusion and integration through Sport, fight against obesity and sedentary lifestyle, outdoor education, non-formal education, intercultural dialogue.