Our lead of project Eris Foundation came to life in 2013, with the specific aim to support vulnerable people with social, psychological and health care services. Their work with migrants has been focused on supporting people suffering from any kind of discrimination.
Located in Milan, Italy, Fondazione Eris is a Lead Partner and Technical Coordinator
Chapter #2 is an organisation that provides community and facilities for the inclusion and emotional support of migrants towards economic independence. In the past year, they have designed and executed an incubation programme, where they mentor migrants to start their own business.
Their operations are located in Bages, Barcelona, Spain, and as another project partner will provide the evaluation for the support of migrants in Spain.
IVC is a consulting firm created in 1970 with the goal of helping international companies in their implementation to the Spanish Market. Over the years, IVC has focused on topics like multiculturalism and diversity, and developed an accelerator to support new companies and invested in other initiatives.
Their operations are located in Madrid, Spain, and as another project partner will be able to share and shape the mentoring programme for EUStartGees.
Migration Hub Network is a non-profit, providing support to international social projects, that work with migrants, asylum seekers and refugees. The organization offers a network of support, consultants and service providers to ensure a long-term impact. Migration Hub Network also brings direct support to migrants by helping them build their businesses as an opportunity to thrive.
Their operations are located in Berlin, Germany, but with a range of partners in several other cities. It is one of the Project Partners and in charge of dissemination, best practices and exchanging information due to previous experience to the EUStartGees Programme.
Migration Hub Network
OESB is a consulting firm founded in the 1990s, working in translating actual and future challenges of the labour market into solutions for people and businesses in Austria. As of today, they have counselled nearly 600 people with a migrant background.
Their operations are located in 12 cities in Austria, but mainly in Vienna and as a project partner will be supporting different assessments and engagement of EUStartGees.
Phoenix Ra owns the Startup Refugees Initiative, a non-profit voluntary network founded in 2015, supporting asylum seekers and refugees throughout employment and entrepreneurship. Their network consists of more than 500 members, including government officials, other nonprofits and companies.
Located in Northern Finland, Phoenix Ra covers up to 11 cities and is one of the Project Partners and supporting the development of the training programme for EUStartGees.