This project was created by 6 partners from Belgium, Spain and Italy.

  • FISSAAJ (Belgium)
  • Comité Européen de Coordination– CEC (Belgium)
  • Alma Mater Studiorum – University of Bologna (Italy)
  • Associazone (Italy)
  • Fundacio Privada Trinijove (Spain)
  • Fundacio Escoles Parroquials – L’Esperança (Spain)

The project’s leader is FISSAAJ and in the framework of this project, it will be working on a Belgian level with the following schools/organizations :

  • G.R.A.In.E – AMO service
  • SAS-HO asbl
  • Ecole Libre Saint-François Harchies
  • Institut Saint-charles


The FISSAAJ is a Federation of services whose purpose is to promote, support and defend the services provided to physically, psychologically or mentally disabled persons and / or socially  disadvantaged persons.

The FISSAAJ covers all areas of competence of the Joint Commission 319 and the Joint Sub-Commission 319.02. Its representativity in terms of workers corresponds to more than 64% of all sectors (ie more than 9,200 workers in Wallonia and Brussels). She is active in the sector of the reception and the accompaniment of the handicapped persons and in the youth assistance sector.

Website of FISSAAJ

Comité Européen de Coordination

CEC  is a European network based in Brussels and it gathers 27 membres across Europe.

The comité Européen de Coordination represents about 1000 associations (Professional schools, Training centers, work-based, Social cooperatives, integration enterprises) in charge of 200000 low-skilled people in 17 EU Member States.

The objective of the CEC, which has over 20 years of experience in the management, coordination and dissemination of European projects, is to contribute to the definition and implementation of solidarity policies with regard to populations who are remote or excluded from labor market.
This contribution is made with a view to strengthening European action in favor of the socio-professional integration of these populations. The action developed concerns both vocational training and the integration of young people and low-skilled adults.

The CEC conducts its action according to two complementary orientations:

  • Participation in the public debate at the level of the European institutions and with all the actors involved in the fight against social exclusion.
  • Development of partnerships among members to foster innovation, identification and dissemination of good practices based on experience.

Website of CEC

Alma Mater Studiorum – University of Bologna

The University of Bologna (UNIBO) is recognized as the oldest university in the western world and one of the largest in Italy with nearly 88,000 students enrolled, 11 schools and 33 departments, 4 campuses in the Emilia-Romagna region and a permanent seat in Buenos Aires.

The Department of Education at UNIBO is a pioneer in its field worldwide, with more than 30 years of integration, teacher training, research and consulting experience.

The Department includes 28 professors and 45 researchers from four fields:

  • Pedagogy,
  • Cultural Anthropology
  • Psychology
  • Sociology.

Since its creation, these disciplinary fields have pursued common goals, including: assessment of learning, training and educational models, continuing education methodologies, digital didactic content, media education and teacher training.

Website of UNIBO


GIO.NET brings together organizations that shared between 2014 and 2016, projects on the theme of dropping out of school, first of all the “Atoms Project” Leonardo LLP – TOI – L / 13 / T / 0003 “. The results of this project allowed GIO.NET to create a joint initiative: “Per non perdere la strada … Progetto Atoms. “Networking between theory and experience in the field of school dropout” publication published by the University of Bologna Department of Education, in 2017, written jointly involving the operators of Gio.Net at the local level (Bologna). The book was presented at a public
seminar on 9 March 2017 in Bologna entitled “NETWORK AGAINST THE STALL “

The Association brings together organizations operating in the field of youth, either directly or as related services. Through its partners Gio.Net is present throughout Italy.

List of members:

  • Cefal Emilia Romagna
  • CIOFS Fp Bologna
  • Cooss Walking
  • Scuola Centrale Formazione
  • Zefiro

The GIO.NET Association is an associate member of the Yes Forum European Network. Founded in 2002, this European network of 34 non-governmental organizations in 18 EU Member States works with and for young people with fewer opportunities. The network reaches across its members more than 650,000 young people across Europe.

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Fundacio Privada Trinijove

Fundación Privada Trinijove, is a non-profit organization created in 1985 whose main activity is training and socio-professional integration for low-skilled people. The foundation offers the following services:

  • Offer services and resources for free
  • Intervene from a global vision, combining professional training and free time
  • Prioritize local actions and then be open to people affected by unemployment and social exclusion, such as young people and those in the process of dropping out, the low-skilled and people in social exclusion.

According to their objectives, training is one of the main keys to achieving the development of people and especially young people in order to obtain a future job, and complete autonomy in society.

That is why; Trinijove insists on the field of elementary or basic education, depending on the level of the person who accesses their projects. This work is done with families and other specific actors of the territory such as schools, social services and others.

There is a close collaboration with the school Esperança, which allows to make a link “family-young-school”, and opens doors to vocational training or access to a second chance to obtain the high school diploma. Other services also exist such as a support service psychological for families
and students, study aids, …

Website of Trinijove

Fundació Escoles Parroquials- L’Esperança

Escola L’Esperança School, founded in 1965, is located in an economically and socially affected district of Barcelona. Teaching is given to young people from 3 to 18 years old, many of whom suffer from school failure.

To combat this situation, the school works in coordination with other organizations to gather as many resources as possible to fight school absenteeism.

Website of Escola L’Esperança