About the Partners

The Bielsko Artistic Association Grodzki Theatre (Poland) was founded in 1999 and brings together artists, pedagogues, and entrepreneurs to support socially excluded groups.  Its activities include arts and educational workshops, editing and publishing projects, training programs for instructors, teachers, therapists, artists, and volunteers, and vocational training programs for socially excluded groups.

Church Forum Foundation (Hungary) has been involved in innovative and alternative religious mental care for more than 20 years.  Its main activity is the translation and distribution of contemporary theological literature, and developing catechetical educational methods in workshops.

The Reykjavik Academy (Iceland) is an academic institute and site for indepedently working scholars, founded in 1997.  Members of the academy are individuals, institutions, and corporations. Björg Árnadóttir, a member of the Reykjavic Academy, is an adult educator working in fields such as creative writing and theological dialogues.

Kocaeli University Institute of Health Sciences (Turkey) is a major research institution highly experienced in the development and implementing of training programs, with specialists dealing in religious attitudes and approaches to life and their advantages and consequences in trauma and disaster therapy.

EST Education Centre (Poland) is an adult education provider founded in 1994 offering training in fields such as foreign languages, ICT training, and communication skills courses.  EST has been involved with a number of intercultural communication programmes and also has extensive experience as a project evaluator.

The Elijah Interfaith Institute (Israel) is a multinational organisation dedicated to fostering peace between the world's diverse faith communities through interfaith dialogue, education, research, and dissemination.  Elijah's unique programming generates interfaith dialogue at the highest levels, bringing together world religious leaders and renowned scholars the world over, through research projects, public conferences and community-based initiatives.