The partnership is large and diverse enough to incorporate many different cultural, educational, social and economic backgrounds, languages and experiences to offer an excellent test bed for addressing all forms of bullying including cyber, homophobic, alterophobic, disablist, racist, etc. The partnership reflects European and national NGOs, alongside public and private sectors to ensure all relevant and experienced practitioners are brought together to address what is a growing issue in Europe and the expected impact of carrying out the work at European level will therefore be greater than the sum of the impacts of national projects. .Diversity within the partners at European level allows the partners to consider ethnicity, race, cultural heritage, alternative lifestyles, Roma/travellers needs, religion, faith, beliefs, atheism, Sexual orientation (heterosexual, homosexual, bisexual, asexual) and all forms of health and disability.
Titan Partnership Ltd. (UK)
“Through mutual support and collaboration with the wider community, we will achieve high quality in education, with relevant learning experiences to broaden and enhance opportunities for all our students.” Titan is a partnership of Birmingham inner-city education and community providers working together for over 25 years to raise the quality of life for children, young people and adults living in the Titan area in North West Birmingham. The over fifty nurseries, schools, colleges, universities and community partners within Titan charity share ideas, resources and professional development opportunities. They develop common approaches to deal with the challenges of raising attainment, achievement and engagement. Titan provides teacher training opportunities for primary and secondary education, through the School Centred Initial Teacher Training (SCITT) scheme and the Graduate Teacher Programme (GTP). We also provide a service for the assessment of Overseas Trained Teachers (OTT). Titan has many business partners but is supported in particular by the Birmingham Science Park, Aston
Action Synergy (GR)
Centre For Promoting Lifelong Learining (RO)
- social welfare and marginalized groups;
- social responsibility as part of two national networks;
- regional development by working in health and safety for agricultural sector and in training rural developers.
- SME development through collaboration with SME supporting bodies and by developing tools for integration of mobility workers.
So far CPIP has worked on projects dedicated for the reintegration of inmates, with focus on minor and young offenders. We feel it is a natural step to start developing activities for the young exposed to criminality before they enter the penal system. We bring into the partnership the “inside” perspective of youngsters trapped in a vicious circle of relapse, and use it as a preventive tool. In our region in Romania the gang related crimes are low but are starting to appear as a reaction to the lack of social alternatives. This project will bring tremendous innovation to specialists that are now facing new situations and need new intervention tools. It is the perfect moment to counteract this problem, as the level is still manageable.
Spectacle Theatre (UK)
- Create and deliver an innovative theatre based service that meets the needs of those disadvantaged by poverty
- Ensure that continuing partnership working supports Welsh Government initiatives in challenging poverty
This change developed new creative partnerships and provided better artistic, economic, social and educational outcomes for individuals and the communities we live and work in. It fundamentally altered the work that we do bringing us into direct daily contact with those most disadvantaged in our community, in particular children and women. By remaining small, Spectacle Theatre is able to be adaptive to community need, minimise overheads and aspire to be financially sustainable. We work with people of all ages who face multiple disadvantages and a combination of severe social harms such as substance misuse, mental illness, extreme poverty, violence, bullying and abuse. To this end we develop a range of theatre projects, workshops and training resources that are delivered in partnership with schools and colleges, young offender’s institutes, prisons, the probation service, voluntary organisations, with public, private and social enterprises. We are embedded in our Community through involvement in public service and voluntary forums and look outwards through involvement in International and European theatre projects.
- Empowering the victims of bullying to seek assistance to end the cycle of abuse they are enduring.
- Assisting students engaged in bullying behaviour to recognise and change their behaviour.
- Empowering bystanders to support their fellow students and to report bullying behaviour to school authorities.
We specialise in the following areas: