Kreisau Initiative Berlin e.V. was founded in in 1990. Its mission is to support the Krzyżowa Foundation for Mutual Understanding in Europe in Poland ideally and materially, while also being the German contact office to the Polish Foundation. Through its projects, the Kreisau-Initiative aims to bring youths from all over Europe and other parts of the world together in order to foster dialogue and inter-cultural communication. Other objectives of the organisation include building up a European platform for exchange of knowledge and improvement of understanding of the functions and politics of EU institutions, while spreading EU values and goals, stimulating active youth participation in civil society projects and engagement in political decision-making processes and creating networks between schools, academia, governmental and non-governmental organizations and EU-institutions.

The Krzyżowa Foundation for Mutual Understanding in Europe initiates and promotes activities that develop peaceful relationships between nations, social groups, and individuals. The Foundation applies social concepts developed by the World War II German resistance group, the Kreisau Circle, by advancing European mutual understanding.

The Foundation runs four main programs: The International Youth Meeting Centre, The Historic Site, The European Academy, and The Conference Centre. The Foundation has the goal of establishing an ecological farming project.

The work of the International Youth Meeting Centre (IYMC) is at the heart of the foundation's activities. The IYMC organizes programmes and seminars for young people from Eastern and Western Europe throughout the year. The programmes address a broad palette of topics: Europe, multi-cultural art, the environment, history of resistance against totalitarian systems, and intergenerational encounters. Working together in these projects makes it possible for participants to replace nationalistic and cultural stereotypes with curiosity, trust, acceptance, and willingness to engage in dialogue.

Young Journalist Center from Moldova (YJCM)
The mission to the Centre is to develop youth mass-media in the Republic of Moldova.Our organisation supports a network of youth journalist publications, organizes instructional courses, offers consultations, and facilitates information and experience exchange between young journalists.

The vision of Centre for Young Journalist from Moldova is that youth publications would be of high quality which offer the reader useful and objective information, working in connection with others, be self supporting, and promoting of democratic values in schools and universities.

Non-governmental organization the Human Rights Center was founded on December 10, 1996 in Tbilisi, Georgia. The Human Rights Center is dedicated to protection and promotion of human rights, rule of law and peace in Georgia. It is free of any political and religious affiliation.

Established in 1985, the Centre for Research and Studies in Sociology (CIES-ISCTE) is a university research centre associated with Lisbon University Institute. The main focus of CIES is on projects of fundamental research in sociology, political science, education studies, communication studies and urban anthropology, including studies on international migration. Most of these projects are funded through open calls with scientific evaluation promoted by national and European agencies/foundations.

Gutenberg Deutschsprachiger Studentenverein is a non governmental organization founded by students, who are enrolled at German lines of study at the Babeș-Bolyai University Cluj-Napoca.

The main objective of the organization is to represent the collective interests of all German speaking students, but also to make improvements in the field of education and to make a contribution to the conveyance of German culture in Cluj-Napoca.

Gutenberg partners are ‘Das Deutsche Kulturzentrum Klausenburg’ (The German Cultural Center Cluj-Napoca) and the Babeș-Bolyai University Cluj-Napoca.

Gwennili means swallow in the breton language. You can find this familiar bird all over Brittany and Europe. Close to human beings, it is for us a symbol of exchange. Gwennili is an organisation located in the south of Brittany, a remote region, which shares no borders with other European countries. We aim at creating connections between young people from all over Europe and at leading local projects in an international context. We think that experiencing Europe is a key to improve our mutual understanding. We organise more than 20 youth exchanges each year, and send and follow-up almost 8 volunteers per year.