Associazione Stampa Romana (ASR) is a non profit organization involved in lifelong training for journalists, defense of press freedom, ethics in information. It is the regional branch in Rome of the Italian National Federation of Journalists. Over 3000 Italian journalists are officially registered as members of Associazione Stampa Romana. Associazione Stampa Romana promotes mandatory and optional training activities for journalists and third parties. At the beginning of 2015 ASR were recognized as an accredited training organization by the National Order of Journalists.
OneOffTech (OOT) is a Berlin-based international company offering open source solutions and organizational support to public offices, educational institutions, and companies. The focus is on ICT-based knowledge management and organizational support using agile methodologies. OOT trust and develop Open Source projects as a way of thinking, gathering expertise spanning from computer science and software development to GIS, natural resources management, organizational development and philosophy.
Istituto Magistrale Statale Giordano Bruno (IMSG Bruno) is an italian secondary school. It represents a cultural reference point of Rome’s northern area, attended by over 1400 students due to its very diversified educational offer. Students can choose their course among specialized learning paths such as courses focused on learning: Foreign modern languages (English, French, Spanish, German, Chinese); Scientific subjects (Maths, Physics, Science, Informatics); Humanities( Psychology, Anthropology, Law, Pedagogy) and Music.
Institut de Vic (IVIC) is a state college located in Vic (Spain). IVIC provides: ESO (Obligatory Secondary Education); Baccalaureate (Humanities and social sciences branch and Science and technology branch); Baccalaureate + Sports; Several VET courses, basic level (3 European Qualification Framework, EQF), intermediate level (4 EQF) and advanced level (5 EQF), grouped in vocational professional branches. They also organise placement exams for intermediate and advanced courses, and other exams to obtain a VET certificate.
Koyceğiz Fen Lisesi (KFL) is a science high school in the town of Mugla, Turkey. KFL is a boarding school and the students come from different regions of the country. The socio-demograpic and socioeconomic backround of the families are diverse. he main subjects are Turkish, English, German, Maths, Science and Technology, Social Sciences, Music, Art, and some other optional lessons such as Democracy, Entrepreneurship. The school’s education system is based on learning through experience. This system is supported by social activities, educational school trips and projects which are prepared by the students.
Colegiul National Mihai Viteazul (CNMV) is one of the top high schools from Bucharest (Romania), combining history with modern present. The main teaching subjects are: math, informatics, history, English, Spanish, German and French. Every year CNMV obtain special results at School Olympiads and Contests at national and international level. Shool aim is to promote the performance in all domains: subject matters, sports, International projects. Encourages pupils with excellent performances and also offers scholarships for roam students and pupils from Moldova.
Käthe-Kollwitz-Gymnasium Berlin (KKG) is a secondary school with a special focus on natural sciences, mathematics and information technology. KKG is one out of five schools that have qualified as certified members of a German national “Network of Excellence”, featuring schools with an outstanding mathematical, scientific and technical profile. Paying special attention to outstandingly gifted students and catering for their specific needs and individual potential is also part of KKG profile.