Partners

The CAT Fellowship Programme is led by the Centre for Training and Consultancy in partnership with the YUVA Humanitarian Centre in Azerbaijan, the Zemgale NGO Centre in Latvia and the Asociacion Egeria Desarrollo Social in Spain. More information here below:

Centre for Training and Consultancy, Tbilisi, Georgia

The Centre for Training and Consultancy (CTC) is a Georgian non-profit organisation working since 1999. The mission of CTC is “Empowering People for Change”, which expresses its commitment to provide excellence, opportunities and capacity to individuals and groups for growth. CTC contributes to the social and economic development in Georgia and beyond, by increasing local human and organisational capital, and promoting the ideas of best practice management and good governance.  CTC runs its own training and consultancy centre.

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YUVA

YUVA Humanitarian Centre, Baku, Azerbaijan

YUVA Humanitarian Centre is a non-governmental and non-profit organisation based in Baku, Azerbaijan. Since 1997, our aim has been to contribute to the self-realization of women, children and youth in building a civil society in Azerbaijan. YUVA works as a project-based organisation, with the focus on educational activities in the field of human rights, gender equality, civil society development, conflict resolution, peace-building and intercultural learning.

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Zemgale NGO Centre , Jelgava, Latvia

Zemgale NGO Centre was established in 1998 with the aim to promote the development of the civil society. Currently, the organisation plays the role of a regional resource centre for more than 600 NGOs (non-profit organizations), more than 4000 information network users, mainly youth and active members of non-profit organisations. Regular activities of the Zemgale NGO Centre include training and consultations on project management and fundraising for non-profit organisations, education project on social entrepreneurship, information and resource sharing, non-formal education and technical assistance.

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Asociacion Egeria Desarrollo Social , Malaga, Spain

Asociacion Egeria Desarrollo Social is a feminist association open to young people and adults regardless of their economic, social, religious or cultural background focused on women´s rights and human rights education, located in Malaga (Spain). We work through non-formal education in gender equality, prevention of gender-based violence and women empowerment, and more generally human rights. We promote non-formal education as a powerful tool to create a positive impact in the society.

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The CAT Programme is supported by:

Brot für die Welt

Brot für die Welt (Bread for the World) is the globally active development and relief agency of the Protestant Churches in Germany. In more than 90 countries all across the globe, we empower the poor and marginalised to improve their living conditions.

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Erasmus + (EACEA)

The European Union’s Erasmus+ programme is a funding scheme to support activities in the fields of Education, Training, Youth and Sport.

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