In this project, we are 9 partners from 7 European countries. We are working together on this project until September 2015. The consortium members share responsibility for different aspects of the project according to their expertise and interests.


Partner organisations include:
1 disability service, workshop and day care centre
   for disabled
2 educational and training institution
3 disability rights organisation
4 university
5 project manager

The nine partner organisations are as follows:

2 Bergische Volkshochschule (Adult Education Centre of the Cities of Solingen and Wuppertal), Solingen, Germany
• sex education and counselling for people with special needs
• music classes for people with intellectual disabilities
> Jürgen Lenski: juergen.lenski@live.com

3 Autism-Europe aisbl, Brussels, Belgium
• association of more than 80 member associations of parents of persons with autism in 30 European countries
> Aurélie Baranger: aurelie.baranger@autismeurope.org

1 Molnár Gábor Műhely Alapítvány (MGMA), Ajka, Hungary
• vocational opportunities for 60 people with disabilities in Ajka (Central-Transdanubian Region of Hungary)
• Hangadók band, established in 2008
> Iren Lovas: mgmalapitvany@invitel.hu

1 Kaunas centre for disabled young people (KNJUC), Kaunas, Lithuania
• social services to adults with physical, mental, psychical and complex disability
• art therapy (singing, applied dancing, performance, textile, ceramics, wood work, arts)
> Daiva Buinickaite: knjucentras@gmail.com

4 HAN (Hogeschool van Arnhem en Nijmegen), Department of Social Educational Care,
Nijmegen, The Netherlands
• trains educational social workers to work with people of all ages who need social pedagogical guidance and support
• applied research using drama, dance, visual forms, music, games and sports, audiovisual education and labor-oriented activities
> Ton van Bakel: ton.vanbakel@han.nl

2 Ammattiopisto Luovi (Luovi Vocational College), Oulu, Finland
• largest vocational special education institution in Finland
(1470 students with special needs in 24 sites)
> Riina Karvonen: riina.karvonen@luovi.fi

3 CHANGE, Leeds, United Kingdom
• trains professionals to work in more accessible ways with people with learning disabilities as well as people with learning disabilities to become trainers
• accessible resources, including books, DVDs and CDs.
> Philipa Bragman: philipa@changepeople.org