Multimedia and Graphic Technology Secondary School Ljubljana is the first and the only secondary school in Slovenia fully accredited by the National Board of Education to offer career technical education in the field of graphic arts, printing and media technology.
They work to improve the reading, writing, speaking and listening skills in the UK's most disadvantaged communities, where one in three people have low levels of literacy.
Learning Hub Friesland is a foundation based in Leeuwarden, The Netherlands. LHF is set up to realize the vision, plans and international ambitions of those active in education & training: teachers, trainers and students.
Edinburgh City Council - city of culture, history, education and literature.
The Council employs over 15,000 people across a variety of statutory and non-statutory roles including Culture, Education, Health and Social Care, Economic Development and city development.
Edinburgh College is a leading publicly funded further education (TVET) college in Scotland, and one of the largest colleges in the UK. With around 26,000 students and 1,200 staff, Edinburgh College operates four campuses across the city of Edinburgh
Firda is a Regional Training Centre (ROC) for Vocational Upper Secondary education and Adult education. For Story Valley, 2 schools within Friesland College will participate strongly: D'Drive, school for creative studies and FC-Extra, a school that trains migrants and refugees in the Dutch language & designs civic integration programmes.
New Noardic Wave is the talent hub that serves the film-and-media talent in the North of the Netherlands. The organization offers advice and support to talents, festivals and entrepreneurs in the film and media sectors.
is a connecting point of different relevant stakeholders in Ljubljana (e.g. publishers, universities, authors), and as a strong international partner with the sustainable development of literature nationally and internationally.
Nottingham UNESCO City of Literature is a charity supporting Nottingham city's vision. They work through local, national and international partnerships to support, animate and develop the UNESCO designation, and engage young audiences in literature.