The consortium consists of 5 partners from 4 EU countries (Romania, Spain, Greece, Germany) and a Partner country (North Macedonia) sharing similar challenges and covering a variety of sectoral, geographical & professional backgrounds, ensuring the implementation of a multi-level and interdisciplinary project.

CLNR (The Center for Not-for-Profit Law)
The Center for Not-for-Profit Law (CLNR) is a Romanian non-profit organization founded in 2013, which specializes in providing research, advocacy and other related services to civil society organizations and citizens. Our activity focuses on strengthening the capacity of non-governmental organizations in Romania: we improved the legislation on the public funding of NGOs in Romania (, as well as the legal framework on the functioning of NGOs ( Also, our organization provides civil society with real time information on legal initiatives and policy statements in Romania, through a Public Policy Monitoring Service ( Among our current projects are IntersectVoices –combating discrimination against Roma women,  a transnational effort to combat the discrimination of Roma women (


Magenta Consultoría
Magenta Consultancy is an educational and European projects’ consultancy with 18 years of expertise in the promotion of gender equality and social development at regional, national and European level. Its purpose is promoting the re-build of an equal and fair society, in which everybody has the same opportunities and vulnerable groups are integrated. Magenta wants to achieve this through educational programs, mainly focused on the areas of gender equality and violence prevention, social integration, psychological and physical health, employability and entrepreneurship promotion, literacy –with empowerment and key competences–, active ageing and youth.

+34 985 32 48 13

Symplexis is a Greek non-for-profit organization based in Athens that strives to ensure equal opportunities for all through actions and measures that build skills, empower and promote active engagement and participation focusing on the most vulnerable categories of the population and particularly those with fewer opportunities. Symplexis’ mission is to elevate social cohesion through integrated actions and project-based activities that aim at promoting the inclusion of disadvantaged groups at risk of marginalization and exclusion, while promoting and protecting the rights of various types of population groups that face discrimination focusing on the empowerment and support of victims, awareness raising and information sharing at all level. Symplexis’ activity builds on user-led approaches and interventions
around four main axes of expertise, namely: Social and economic inclusion, protection and promotion of human rights; upskilling, capacity building and empowerment of vulnerable groups; and child and youth development.

+30 21 06 10 99 38

BK-con is a niche service provider, with vast experience in project management and service delivery, covering:
– Education, including the design and delivery of Training Curricula, using state of the art methodologies (TNA, DACUM, EU Competence Frameworks, EQAVET, EU Credit systems, Learning Agreements, Evaluation through the creation of feedback loops), and smart ICT tools like e-learning through MOOC platforms, gamification, experiential education.
– Employment, either as facilitators through the support of start-ups and entrepreneurship or through the effective upskilling and reskilling of employees and unemployed, according to the actual market needs. Areas of services provided cover with the design and implementation of market needs analysis, conduction of tracer studies, ALMPs and introduction of WBL / apprenticeship schemes at a sectoral or country level.
– Social Inclusion, targeting vulnerable groups, including long-term unemployed, minority groups, TCNs and tackling discrimination of any kind (gender-based, sexual identity).


Roma Resource Center
Roma Resource Center is an organization specialized in working for improving the life and situation of marginalized groups of citizens in Macedonia through piloting inclusive models and providing long-term sustainability of best practices of inclusiveness.
RRC is also specialised in the provision of training and capacity building of youth, civil society organizations, local communities and the business sector in North Macedonia. RRC staff is equipped with specific knowledge and expertise, excellent communication, computer and organizational skills.
RRC was founded in March 2010. It is a non-governmental and non-profit organization aimed at providing continuous support for the marginalized groups of citizens, for sustainable development of civil society, youth, business, community, and local self-government, as well as enhanced mobilization of all relevant community structures which can contribute to accelerating integration within their communities and in its wider context, integration of North Macedonia in the EU. The main focus of RRC is to support the process of implementation of the Strategy for improving the situation of Roma in North Macedonia and to support the process of developing national and local policies for providing long-term sustainability measures for improving the situation of Roma.

+0038975 211 247

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