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University of Wolverhampton

The University of Wolverhampton is a large UK Higher Education Institution. The university aims to be a University of Opportunity – renowned for creativity and innovation – developing students and staff who are entrepreneurial, eminently employable and well connected within a research and professionally informed environment. The mission is to be an employer-focused university connected with local, national and global communities delivering opportunity and academic excellence.

The university has approximately 23,000 students and 2, 500 staff and operates across 3 main campus sites. Subject areas are based around 4 faculties: Faculty of Social Sciences, Faculty of Arts, Faculty of Education, Health and Wellbeing and the Faculty of Science and Engineering.

We are renowned nationally for the quality of our programmes and as leading in the development of students for professional and vocational careers. The University has an excellent reputation for widening participation and has built up strong links with the business community within the West Midlands.

Website: www.wlv.ac.uk

 

Výzkumný Ústav Bezpečnosti Práce

Výzkumný ústav bezpečnosti práce, v. v. i. (Occupational Safety Research Institute) is a public research institution run by the Ministry of Labour and Social Affairs. The mission and goal of the institute is the research and development of means that reduce the risks associated with work activities and increase production efficiency, work culture and work satisfaction. Priority objectives: accident prevention, training and education, improvement of job satisfaction and a better quality of working life. The research concept and the projects are oriented towards search and optimization of tools of occupational safety improvements at all levels. Furthermore, OSRI is the operator of the national information system in OSH (www.bozpinfo.cz) and national Focal Point – in cooperation with the Ministry of Labour and Social Affairs and the European Agency for Safety and Health (EU-OSHA). The institute has approx. 50 employees.

Co-operation on ERASMUS+ project (2015-2018): “MIND SAFETY – SAFETY MATTERS!” (2015-1-PT01-KA201-013082) – OSH educational materials for teachers and students (including blind and visually impaired students).

Website: www.vubp.cz

 

Alpen-Adria-Universität Klagenfurt

Originally founded as “University for Humanity” in 1970 the Alpen-Adria-Universität Klagenfurt is quite a young member of the Austrian academic structure located in the beautiful province of Carinthia in the southern part of Austria.

The Centre for Sign Language and Deaf Communication (ZGH) was originally founded in 1988 as Research Centre for Sign Language and for several years now we are part of the Faculty of Humanity. The focus of our research activities lies on the very interesting phenomenon of comparing sign language to spoken languages as well as producing learning materials for the deaf.

We hope from our practice-related work to create major improvements of the still difficult situation for the deaf and hard-of-hearing in their education in Austria.

By participating actively in numerous national and international (mainly EU) projects during the last 20 years we have built a good network all over Europe.

Website: www.aau.at/zgh

 

Searchlighter

Searchlighter Services acts as a research institution, primarily engaged in the Social Sciences, often covering ‘horizontal’ objectives in Programmes that secure social justice and minimise exclusion.

Its projects tend towards facilitating knowledge transfer, education and training, cross-sector innovation and human development. In this context, the organisation commits to enhancing their activities through principles that secure transparency, accountability, civil rights and social cohesion.

Searchlighter engages with a range of organisations, including those in the voluntary sector, social enterprises, local authorities, public bodies, universities, non-profit groups, co-operatives, and charities.

Its research activity has a focus on measuring the degree to which project outcomes have a clear path to the designated beneficiaries. In this, it has specific expertise in online surveys as a research methodology and implementing frameworks for quality assurance, monitoring and project evaluation.

Robin Beecroft is a Social Science researcher and works as the Research Director at Searchlighter.

Website: www.searchlighter.org

 

CETEM

“The Technological Centre of Furniture and Wood of the Region of Murcia (CETEM) is a private non-profit business association located in the town of Yecla, one of the most important furniture clusters of Spain, and it was created as external infrastructure to support to SMEs of the furniture and wood sector, and to help to improve their competitiveness.

Over the last 25 years CETEM has been promoting and implementing innovation and technological development in the Furniture Sector, making it the main business reference in the industry. Its main objective is to promote and undertake activities, projects and services, innovative technology, to improve, promote and encourage the development and continuous improvement of companies in the sector of wood, furniture and related services, making them more competitive. Also, CETEM has an important background in Health and Safety and projects related with integration of people with some disability”

http://www.cetem.es/

 

Istituto Statale Sordi di Roma

Istituto Statale Sordi di Roma (ISSR) was once the first institute for deaf education in Italy, in operation since the end of the 18th century. Several transformations have turned the ISSR into a modern institution dedicated to providing services to the D/deaf and hard of hearing, as well as their families and professionals working in the field of deafness. Our services include Sign Language classes, vocational training in deaf-related professions (SL interpreters, Communication Assistants, etc.), a counseling office specialized on deafness, a visual resource center and library focused on deaf-related issues, a Research&Project department focusing on accessibility, inclusion, bimodal bilingualism and sign language education. In the ISSR, 50% of the professionals are Deaf and Sign Language is a daily working language.

Website: http://www.issr.it/ISSR.html

 

Bellyfeel

Media innovation for education and learning.

We help you to reach, educate and inspire your audience – big or small – on all platforms and networks.

(Even if you are not tech savvy!)

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Website: www.bellyfeel.co.uk

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