GRNET – National Infrastructures for Research and Technology, provides advanced network, cloud computing and IT infrastructures and services to academic and research institutions, to educational bodies at all levels, as well as to agencies of the public, broader public and private sector. It holds a key role as the coordinator of all e-Infrastructures in education and research, leveraging the educational and research activity in the country towards the development of applied and technological research. GRNET, operating under the auspices of the Ministry of Digital Governance, contributes to the country’s Digital Transformation via in-depth analysis, technological studies, standard solutions and specialized know-how.  The company further develops and executes the strategy for national digital competencies, artificial intelligence and machine learning, open science, while serving since 1998, on a daily basis, hundreds of thousands of users, in the strategic fields of Public Administration, Education, Research, Health and Culture.    GRNET introduces new advanced methods in the educational process and holds the responsibility for all the operation, development and promotion of the National Academy of Digital Skills, a core public initiative for digital literacy advancement.
Gordon Academic College of Education is a leading academic institution in Israel, specializing in educating students to be teachers and the professional development of in-service teachers.
With over 70 years of excellence in education, the teaching faculty at Gordon includes several of the country’s top academic, education, and research professionals.
Gordon Academic College is multicultural and includes many different groups and communities that reflect diversity of Israeli society: including Jews, Druze, Arabs, religious, secular, ultra-orthodox new immigrants, and students with special needs.
Τhe e-Learning Lab of University of Crete was founded under the name “Laboratory for Advanced Learning Technologies in Lifelong and Distance Learning” within the Dpt. of Primary Education UoC. Since its foundation, the e-Learning Lab has major contribution to the educational community by offering distance learning programs for the professional development of teachers, connecting the local community through Lifelong Education and encouraging exchanges of best practices among educators and other entities regarding the pedagogical implementation of ICT.
‘The Smile of the Child’ (TSoC), is the largest recognized non-profit organization in Greece in the critical field of child protection, search and rescue of missing children, support of children and families with children in need, as well as free public health services for children, both in prevention and in treatment. TSoC provides its services nationwide, 365 days a year, 24 hours a day, to every child & family in Greece, regardless of ethnicity and/or religion, free of charge. Over its 27 years of action (established in 1996), TSoC has made the difference for more than 1.915.496 children & their families in Greece. Its scientific personnel (social workers, psychologists, educators, trainers, communication officers, administrative staff etc) and more than 4.000 active volunteers create a substantial impact.
TSoC aims at the holistic support of the educational community (students, teachers, other school staff and parents), through education and training activities that make use of the latest technologies, addressed on issues that directly concern children’s rights regarding their daily life and their future, such as: the beneficial use of technology, development of digital skills, protection against school bullying and cyber bullying, domestic violence, abuse, neglect, gender stereotypes, sexual violence, harassment, and school dropout.  A team of specialized psychologists are permanently conducting training sessions with teachers and parents on the subjects of: Domestic Violence / Abuse including Sexual Violence, School Violence / Bullying, Abuse over the Internet, good and bad use of technology, gender equality, non-discrimination and hate speech.


Center for Social Innovation (CSI) is a Research and Development organization based in Nicosia-Cyprus, which focuses on fostering social innovation that can bring about a positive change to local, national, regional, and global entities. These entities include but are not limited to governments, local administrative agencies, non-for-profit agencies, commercial entities, and educational institutions. The CSI team is composed of open-minded, fully equipped researchers, entrepreneurs, project managers, trainers, and Information Technology specialists. CSI encompasses the capability and capacity to identify social needs, design and implement adjusted initiatives, and provide for sustainable growth. The CSI team’s areas of expertise are in the fields of traditional education and e-learning, entrepreneurship, start-ups, innovation, creativity, negotiations, IP advisory services, social responsibility, business advisory solutions, data analytics, information technologies, project management, project evaluation services, product validation, training and computer gaming. CSI draws know-how and skills from its wide global network, which includes academic institutions, IT companies, public services, international organizations, start-ups, and public services.
European Parents Association- EPA has been the only EU-level organisation representing parents as a stakeholder group in education since its foundation in 1985. Through our 25+ member organisations we have a nearly full coverage of Europe as we have working contact with almost all EU-member states, while we have members from some non-EU countries (e.g. Serbia) as well.
The main objectives of EPA, reaching out potentially to 100 million European parents:
– to promote and advocate for the active involvement of parents as primary educators at all stages of the education of their children,
– to support parents’ associations and individual parents for stakeholder involvement in different European countries by offering opportunities for training, cooperation and exchanging information,
– to support the highest possible quality of education for all children in Europe especially by active involvement in EU-level policy development and assessment, representing parents towards the European Commission, the European Parliament, the Council of Europe and other European institutions and in several networks.
– to disseminate relevant European information among its members.
Established established in 2009, in Bucharest, Romania EU-ROM Training & Consultancy Ltd is one of the leading companies in the field of consultancy and management of integrated and complex projects with a focus on human resources development, regional and local development, inclusion and social economy
The strength of our company is represented by the team of highly qualified specialists and the ability to combine and engage a diverse range of professional resources in the process of designing, planning, implementing and supervising the specific custom design projects.
Medion7, with over a decade of experience, specializes in developing and supporting e-learning environments, leveraging open-source software. The company’s key competence lies in customizing learning management systems to specific course needs, ensuring a smooth and enjoyable e-learning experience while minimizing the need for user support. Additionally, the company adopts a resourceful mindset, integrating the best available resources for each task through various collaborations and third-party application integrations.
Pitchipoy Animation production was established in 1985 by Noam Meshulam and is the most experienced animation production house in Israel.
Pitchipoy is well known for its unique and artistic approach and over the years Pitchipoy have produced countless projects (feature films, TV series, commercials and much more) using various animation techniques (2D, 3D, Ai, etc.) to benefit the stories and creation.