Partners

alp – Activating Leadership Potential is a network of professionals who are passionate about leadership and learning. ALP’s members combine academic and practitioners backgrounds and experiences in the field of education, personal and organisational development from all over the world.


Kamaleonte is a no profit organization that promotes the growth and psico physical health of young people, adults and educators through outdoor sport and experiential training, as nature is the privileged context for the development of its projects.

Kamaleonte’s activities and projects are based on the experiential learning methodological approach, mostly used for: personal and professioanl development, intercultural learning, diversity , conflict management, integration, enverimental education, group dinamycs.
The aim is to develop competences and attitudes for promoting social inclusion and enhance the richness of diversity and to support intercultural understanding.


Eolas Soileir is a registered Educational Charity in the Republic of Ireland (CHY 20266). All members of the board have an interest and desire in promoting non-formal education and volunteering within society. They work and volunteer within the wide field of education, the youth sector and sustainable development. They have extensive experience in facilitating, planning and delivering trainings to a variety of groups and adult learners and in the area of volunteering. All of our training programmes and activities are based on a life long learning approach and many are directed towards people with fewer opportunities in society. To promote volunteering we are a sending organisation for European Voluntary Service as part of the European Erasmus+ Programme. We are currently developing a residential learning centre situated in Wexford a rural coastal region of south east Ireland.


The Institute for Physical Education and Sport (IPES) of the University of Malta was established in 2002 with the aim of providing Certificate, Diploma, Degree Courses and professional development courses in Physical Education and Sport and to carry out research in the same area. It also services the requirements of the Faculty of Education in Physical Education. PE has been taught at University since the establishment of the Faculty of Education in 1978. PE Teachers are trained and follow an undergrad degree course which leads them to become PE Teachers. Other adult learners follow various other courses in order to enhance their professional development.

The Institute also strives to establish National and International links related to PE and Sport and to attract foreign students under European programmes. Current affiliations include the European Health and Fitness Association (EHFA), the European Network of Sport Science, Education and Employment (ENSSEE), the UK Association for Physical Education (AfPE), and the Federation Internationale du Sport Universitaire (FISU).