The partnership

 ASD Aquarius (Italy)

ASD Aquarius is a nonprofit sport organization that operates within the sector of water sports, amateur sports, art and culture, through the management of all forms of athletic and recreational activities, with particular focus on the practice of swimming, with the aim of preparing young people, through the proper values of sport, to help them make ethical and civic choices in their lives. It supports the inclusion of those from most disadvantages social groups, the disabled children, and promotes gender equity and equality, thus supporting the human, social and professional growth opportunities for their employees and volunteers.

Helsingborgs Simsällskap (Sweden)

Helsingborgs Simsällskap (HS) is non profit organization and we conduct our course activities (baby swim, learn to swim youth, learn to swim adult and crawl course, medley course and high level competition swimming). Helsingborgs Simsällskap has more than 5,700 members, making us one of the absolute largest swim clubs in Sweden. We have an even distribution between girls and boys in the organization. 

 

 

Description

WKS Slask (Poland)

 

 

 

Description

Technological Educational Institute of Western Greece

TEI (Technological Educational Institute of Western Greece) is a public organization of higher education, with flourishing student communities. It promotes several extra-curricular activities such as team sports and other artistic communities like dancing, acting, performance, singing etc. The main core of TEI is not only to create knowledgeable students but also to monitor and improve their life quality, by encouraging the students to participate in other activities that help them and give them the necessary skills and facilities to proceed in improved quality of life.

European Institute for Local Development (Greece)

European Institute for Local Development (EILD), was founded in 2009 as an independent non-governmental organization whose members are European citizens and organizations interested in supporting regional development activities. The General Committee is formed by local development stakeholders and specialists from various sectors of the civil society and European Member States: academics, NGOs, development agents, association managers, civil servants and social economy companies, as well as European organizations for local development.

 

 

ASD Aquarius

Italy

Helsingborgs Simsällskap

Sweden

WKS Slask

Poland

TEI of Western Greece

Greece

EILD

Greece

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