Project coordinator


CPIP is a private institution, active in the educational and social fields. Our institution aims to promote the culture of lifelong learning through active involvement of all community members in developing a coherent strategy for implementing the concept and practice of “learning throughout life”. This strategy represents the success factor for the transition of the Romanian society towards a Knowledge Era. In this context, LLL is no longer a mere aspect in the education and training system, but it’s a cornerstone, basic ground for future pathways. In consequence to this philosophy, we intend to channel our entire activity towards creating a viable alternative in developing lifelong learning community.  CPIP is committed to mainstreaming the principle of equal opportunities for women and men into the public policies and associated practices, as an integral part of democratization and the creation of an open society. CPIP promote reintegration in society of all disadvantaged groups.

Contact details:

Pana Rodica-Director CPIP

+ 40 722709292

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Eurosuccess Consulting, through a dynamic team of young scientists provides a comprehensive package of services addressing the needs of modern Cyprus enterprises especially on matters like innovation and technology. EUROSUCCESS identified, from the initial steps of its operations, the need for creating links between the Cyprus economy and the wider European market and put great emphasis on the exploitation of the potentials created by the accession of Cyprus in the European Union. Today EUROSUCCESS offers a variety of services to the Public, as well as the Private sector of Cyprus. These services have as primary target & objective the support of the above sectors in regards to creation, development and expansion of business and other initiatives, through Funding Opportunities and Schemes. Eurosuccess Consulting has also started to actively participate in European research schemes, through a well-established network of partners abroad, based on the intense past experience of its founder. EUROSUCCESS aims to a constant improvement of its offered services, as well the development of its team which will give the opportunity to enhance its scientific sector of expertise.

Contact details:

Giorgakis Giorgos – Managing Director


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The Penitentiary of Timisoara is situated in Timisoara town and there are now 1057 inmates in our prison. The enforcement regimes of the freedom-depriving punishments in Timisoara’s prison are semi-open regime and open-regime. Social Reintegration Department from prison includes two departments: Educational Department and Psycho-Social Department coordinated by the vice-president for educational and psychosocial assistance. Purpose of Educational and Psychosocial Department is to assist the inmates in his education and to provide a proper social and psychological intervention in his way to reintegration in the society.

The general objectives of the department are:

–       to provide quality services for inmates in the name of diversity, dignity and human rights;

–       to facilitate the access to educational opportunities and social reinsertion;

Contact details:

Borza Delia -Deputy Director, department of social reintegration

+40 745108294

UETP Action Link/ Action Synergy S.A. _Greece

Action Synergy S.A. is an ICT R&D, training and knowledge- based applications company which is actively involved in the development of education technologies, training methodologies and the development of e-learning training courses. Action Synergy S.A. disposes a long experience in the management and coordination of European Programmes. Since its foundation in 1987 the organisation has participated in a considerable number of EU educational projects, such as COMETT, PETRA, SOCRATES, LEONARDO DA VINCI, ARTICLE 6, ADAPT, TEMPUS, PHARE,-Distance learning. It is currently coordinating 2 LLP projects, GLOSSA (505248-2009-LLP-GR-KA2MP) and UETPNET (510635-LLP-1-2010-1-GR-ERASMUS-ECUE). Also, Action Synergy is specialized in the development of training methodologies for disadvantaged social groups and has participated in various projects regarding Roma communities, long term care and immigrants. Action Synergy’s S.A. key areas of expertise include: – Development of educational technologies, Development of courses and modules making use of innovative methodologies such as: open/flexible learning methodologies, e-learning, learning needs analysis, development of professional profiles and lists of skills and competencies, development of synergies at local, national and transnational level and realization of research and studies. Regarding the operational management of the project, Action Synergy for each project appoints a project manager who coordinates the work of the different target groups. The financial management is done by one staff member specialized in the financial management of EU projects.

Contact details:

Balaska Anastasia -Director Education & Training


          The European Prison Education Association – Malta Branch – EPEA- Malta

The European Prison Education Association – Malta Branch is mainly the local Branch of the EPEA. The European Prison Education Association is an organisation made up of prison educators, administrators, governors, researchers and other professionals whose interests lie in promoting and developing education and related activities in prisons throughout Europe in accordance with the recommendations of the Council of Europe. EPEA is recognised by the Council of Europe as a Non-Governmental Organisation (NGO). It is committed to working with prison administrations in Europe to further its aims, but is totally free-standing and independent.  Currently there are more than 800 EPEA members in 35 countries in Europe and elsewhere. Apart from serving the aims of the organisation by encouraging the formation of national branches, etc. the EPEA organises a major international conference on prison education every two years. EPEA is registered as an NGO and non profit organisation. The aims of the EPEA Malta Branch shall be:

  • To act as a recognised branch of the European Prison Education Association.
  • To promote education in prison according to the Recommendation No.   R (89) 12 of the Committee of Ministers to member States of the Council of Europe (1989).
  •     To support and assist the professional development of persons involved in education in prison through European co-operation.
  • To work with related professional organisations.
  • To support research in the field of education in prison.
  • To monitor and support the development of Prison Education in Malta

‘Education in prison’ is defined as education provided for all persons who are under the supervision of the judiciary, whether sentenced or awaiting trial, and whether serving a sentence in prison or in the community; ‘Persons involved’ are defined as all those working in the field of education in prison and in related disciplines. The membership numbers 15 which is consistent with the fact that there is one main prison in Malta. EPEA-Malta Branch will be the lead partner for work package 5 “exploitation” and will be in charge of providing an exploitation plan supervising the activities and revising the plan if necessary. Using network EPEA is the best way to ensure maximum exploitation of project results and the best way for dissemination.

Contact details:

Vella Antony – President

+356 21338926


Noema-CMI is networking organisation with specialities in local, social and regional development and with support services in the areas of telematics, enterprise development, on-line learning, flexible working, virtual organisation and community building as well as development of collaborative initiatives with focus on regional and social development, collaborative work and learning for remote areas. Our speciality is in effective grassroots/regional and practical development and implementation of vocational training, enterprise development, on-line learning, flexible working, and virtual organisation/network building. We are involved in a range of Finnish and Scandinavian educational networks that will among other provide a valuable base for analysis, testing, and comparative studies as well as for dissemination and valorisation purposes. Noema has experiences of pedagogic development, competencies in methodology development and production of practical solutions matching vocational and professional development needs. Noema also have a long experience in working with international HRM projects and on initiating and coordinating the creation of different international projects within the areas of regional development, SME and enterprise development  application of IT and on-line learning/teaching, virtual organization, collaboration and community building.

Contact details:

Morsky-Lindquist Anna Kaarina – Managing director


       Centrul de Reeducare Buzias -CRB– Romania

Among the similar institutions, Centrul de Reeducare Buzias brings something new on a nationwide scale – its internal structure creates the premises of a change from a custodial institution in an educational community which will emphasize not the traditional isolation but the protection and rehabilitation of the young in a secure environment with educational values. Centrul de Reeducare Buzias allows the rehabilitation of the young offenders from the west side of our country, as close as possible to their families and their community where they will continue living. This is made possible by involving their families in the behavioural restructuring activities and by the ongoing efforts of social reinsertion made even after the liberation. Centrul de Reeducare Buzias is a medium type security rehabilitation center with an educative and scholastic structure and its functional structure gives to all the young offenders the chance to exercise different activities in an open environment, ensuring a gradual reinsertion in the community. A rich experience in the field of education, psychotherapy, reintegration and also a rich experience in European programs permit to the specialist to elaborate rehabilitation programs for young and their families.

Contact details:

Alina Oana Zamosteanu- Psychologist


  Association of Regional Initiatives Development “Lacjum”- ARID Lacjum Poland

ARID Lacjum is a private institution, working in the vocational educational field. Associations main goal is to promote and enterprise through lifelong learning. ARID LACJUM, through a dynamic team of young scientists provides a comprehensive package of services addressing the needs of modern Polish enterprises especially on matters like innovation and technology. ARID LACJUM identified, from the initial steps of its operations, the need for creating links between the Poland economy and the wider European market and put great emphasis on the exploitation of the potentials created by the accession of Polish in the European Union. Today ARID LACJUM offers a variety of services to the Public, as well as the Private sector of Poland. It has also started to actively participate in international schemes, through a well-established network of partners abroad, based on the intense past experience of its founder. The last international project where ARID LACJUM participates in is a project in the frame of Leonardo da Vinci programme Transfer of Innovation. The project title is Beekeeping European Environmental Sustainability (TO BEE OR NOT TO BEEEZZ).

Contact details:

Dymacz  Maciej – Chairman


 Sopronkőhidai Fegyház és Börtön (Prison and Penitentary of Sopronkőhida) –SFB-Hungary

The aim of our organisation is to ensure the safe-keeping of the prisoners who were sentenced by the Hungarian courts. We keep more than 600 prisoners, who have the average penalty-time about 7.2 years. One of our main tasks is to keep the self-respect of the prisoners, to enhance their responsibility for work and to prepare them for the free life. We organize many projects to achieve these goals. The Sopronkőhidai Fegyház és Börtön (Prison and Penitentary of Sopronkőhida) have now an EU financed project, named “Gate fever”. With the frames of this we worked out a new protocol which includes tasks of those organisations which may have contact with ex-offenders. We supported them with this protocol in order to avoid the recidivism.

Contact details:

Balogh Marton – Project coordinator


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That could end up costing the network some $10 million to $15 million if Golden Globes advertisers ask for cash back the event brought in some $27 million in revenue last year, according to TNS Media Intelligence.

Now all eyes are on the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences’ much bigger annual award ceremony, set to air on Walt Disney Co.’s ABC on Feb. 24.

It’s not just because the event is second only to the Super Bowl in terms of live broadcast TV ratings extravaganzas, last year reaching 40.2 million viewers. It’s also because the Oscars generate nearly $210 million in advertising and other revenue for ABC and the city of Los Angeles not to mention an estimated $100 million worth of publicity and potential revenue for fashion houses and designers, who get broad recognition when celebrities parade on the red carpet.

The movie awards ceremony brought ABC nearly $80 million in ad revenue in 2007, according to TNS Media Intelligence. The ceremony itself is worth around $130 million to the Los Angeles economy, said Jack Kyser, chief economist for the Los Angeles Economic Development Corp.; that includes everything from $54 million in Oscar oriented ad campaigns to $51 for the production of the event to $2.5 million spent by out of town media on hotels.

Not everything is hard dollars and cents. The Oscars can notch $100 million in PR and potential revenue for designers and fashion companies.

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For now, the Academy and ABC are operating on the premise that the show will go on, with nominations set to be announced Jan. 22. Still, media buyers report ABC has made early contact with some marketers to discuss potential “what if” scenarios. While nothing is finalized, some early ideas include pushing the Oscars broadcast back or running a diminished event. “There are no contingency plans at this point, and it’s premature to discuss that,” said an ABC spokesperson. An Academy spokeswoman said it is “moving forward.”

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Now some Oscar marketers are taking steps in case of emergency, though they aren’t putting those plans in the open. We do have contingency plans in place in the event that the show does not air,” said Mike Boylson, chief marketing officer of JC Penney, in a statement. MasterCard planned to advertise in the Oscars, but a spokesman said the spots could run in other venues without trouble. Procter Gamble and General Motors are both running Oscar ads; spokeswomen for the two said each would work with ABC to determine the best option possible in case the strike affects the program. A spokeswoman for Coca Cola, also advertising in the Oscars, said the beverage giant is “monitoring the situation.”

And the Potential Losers Are .


According to NPD Group, a red carpet turn by a celebrity in a particularly stunning gown can spark an estimated $1 million worth of PR, meaning the Oscars can notch $100 million in potential publicity for companies such as jeweler replica christian louboutin Harry Winston and shoe designer Christian Louboutin.


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effect on the performance of certain films, because the exposure on three hours of network TV is “invaluable.”


The amount Mr. Kyser estimates spent on the main broadcast production, use of the Kodak theater, the annual

nominees’ lunch, and the famous governor’s ball. If that ends up being toast, Mr. Kyser said, it will be “a

Oscar Odds

Want to bet the Oscars go down in flames? Wagering on the Oscars, of course, is illegal in Las Vegas, but that won’t stop office pools all over America from being formed. Jay Kornegay, executive director race and sports at the Las Vegas Hilton’s Sportsbook, sets the odds of the Oscars happening at 2 to 3, because of the amount of time left to make a deal. “You’d need to risk more to win less,” he said, “because the odds are that they still might happen.” (Leslie Unger, a spokesman for the Academy, wouldn’t address the Oscar odds, saying only, “We’re moving forward. We’re doing all the things we normally do.”) Still, key Hollywood players remain decidedly skeptical. Marc Norman, a member of the WGA’s negotiating committee and himself an Oscar winner for “Shakespeare in Love,” isn’t optimistic. “There’ll be pressure to grant a waiver, and I’m not sure it’ll be granted,” he said. “Because I’m not sure there’ll be universal ill will [if the Oscars are canceled].”Articles Connexes: