IMMERSE consortium involves 11 partners from 6 countries:
- 3 universities specialised in migration and childhood studies
- 2 public administrations with competences in migration and education
- 3 NGOs focused on child’s rights, integration and protection
- 2 companies experts in social innovation and stakeholder engagement
- 1 technology-based company specialised in digital transformation
Universidad Pontificia Comillas ICAI-ICADE | SPAIN
Zabala Innovating Consulting | SPAIN
INFODEF Instituto para el Fomento del Desarrollo y la Formación | SPAIN
Ministerio de Empleo y Seguridad Social | SPAIN
INETUM | SPAIN
University College Cork | IRELAND
Save The Children Italy | ITALY
DOZ E. V. International | GERMANY
Active Citizen Europe | BELGIUM
Regional Directorate of Primary and Secondary Education of Crete | GREECE
Panteion University of Social and Political Studies | GREECE
Universidad Pontificia Comillas
The University Institute of Studies on Migration (IUEM) – was established by COMILLAS Pontifical University in 1994 as a centre specialized in research to respond to the complexity and the political and social transformations produced by the migratory event.
Zabala Innovation Consulting
International consultancy specialized in services of R&D Innovation management and technology transfer projects, particularly in European programs. Zabala has also a wide experience on Social innovation with 16 years working for social development and human rights in 12 countries in Latin America cooperating with more than 10 International institutions.
INFODEF Instituto para el Fomento del Desarrollo y la Formación
Private and independent centre for Research, Development and Innovation. INFODEF designs innovative tools, methodologies, products and services that respond to current social and economic challenges and enable to anticipate and drive the changes needed to achieve future goals and objectives in society.
Observatorio Español del Racismo y la Xenofobia (OBERAXE). Ministerio de Trabajo, Migraciones y Seguridad Social
OBERAXE was constituted through the Article 71 from the Organic Law 4/2000 under the Secretariat of State for Migrations. It was vested with the tasks of promoting equal treatment, non-discrimination and fighting against racism and xenophobia; collecting and analyzing information on racism and xenophobia; and cooperating and coordinating with various public and private stakeholders, nationally and internationally.
Inetum is an agile IT services company that provides digital services and solutions, and a global group that helps companies and institutions to get the most out of digital flow. In a context of perpetual movement, where need and usages are constantly being reinvented, the Inetum group is committed towards all these players to innovate, continue to adapt, and stay ahead. With its multi-expert profile, Inetum offers its clients a unique combination of proximity, a sectorial organization, and solutions of industrial quality. Operating in more than 26 countries, the Group has nearly 27,000 employees and in 2020 generated revenues of €1.966 billion.
University College Cork
This research-led University plays a key role in the development of Ireland’s knowledge-based economy. UCC is one of the premier research institutions in Ireland and it is ranked in the top 4 % of universities worldwide based on the quality of its research output and peer esteem. Researchers at UCC collaborate with close to 700 of the world’s top universities across 110 countries. The UCC research team are members of the Institute for Social Sciences in the 21st Century (ISS21). ISS21 has developed particular expertise in research on childhood, youth, migration, family and gender, and has hosted numerous research projects on childhood and youth studies (funded by the Irish Research Council), as well as participating in a major Norface-funded project on transnational families (TCRAfEu 2010-2013) and a H2020 project on youth migration (YMobility 2015-2018).
Save the Children Italy
Established in late 1998 as a non-profit organization and started its activities in 1999. Today, Save the Children Italy is a Non-Governmental Organization recognized by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs that operates both in developing countries and in Italy. The mission of Save the Children Italy is to protect children’s rights, delivering immediate and lasting improvements to their lives worldwide, applying a child-rights-based approach. STC IT works on education, poverty and deprivation, child trafficking and migrant children.
DOZ E. V. International
DOZ e.V. is a non-profit organisation based in Leipzig, Germany and working in Syria, Iraq, and Germany. In Syria and Iraq, DOZ’s work is centred on aid and protection in local communities and with IDPs, peacebuilding and the prevention of violent extremism. In Germany, DOZ works at the interfaces of civic education, education, violence prevention work and anti-discrimination with Diaspora and local communities.
Active Citizen Europe
Active Citizen Europe (ACE) vzw/asbl is a non-profit organisation based in Brussels that works with young people to foster their integration within society through innovative and participatory programmes, advocacy, intercultural work and the promotion of citizenship education to give them the tools to create dialogue, constructive debate and real action in a multicultural society.
Regional Directorate of Primary and Secondary Education of Crete
Public administrative Agency under the supervision of the Ministry of Education, Research and Religious Affairs of Greece. Regional Directorate of Primary and Secondary Education of Crete implements the educational policy of the Ministry as far as schooling is concerned, connects local education agents to central services and organizations, supervises the Regional Centre of Educational Design of Crete and administers all the school units of primary and secondary education of Crete.
Panteion University of Social and Political Studies
The European Training and Research Center on Human Rights and Humanitarian Action (EKEKDAAD) of Panteion University of Social and Political Studies, Department of International European and Regional Studies, was established in 2005 to further research and intensive training seminars and simulations on human rights and humanitarian action. Since 2013 the Center has been involved in Erasmus Intensive Seminars on Civil Protection and Humanitarian Action with the migrationcrisis as a basic case study. The Center comprises two Jean Monnet Chairs, one on Human Rights and the EU and the second on EU Solidarity in Civil Protection and Humanitarian Action (Holder Prof. Maria Daniella Marouda) and a UNESCO Chair on Human rights, Peace and Democracy (Prof. St. Perrakis). EKEKDAAD organizes lectures, annual seminars and international summer schools, participates in International Moot Court competitions, international UN models and European research projects.