Altekio, based in Madrid, Spain, is a private non-profit social enterprise (a cooperative), created in January 2008.

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Biovilla is a portugese sustainability co-operative that aims to promote social, economic and environmental regeneration in an integrated and balanced manner through practical and innovative business models that place sustainability at the center of its action.

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The cultural association ComuniTazione was founded in Ceglie Messapica, in the province of Brindisi, south of Italy in 2013, to build a winning project of the Puglia Region Call for innovative ideas, Principi Attivi 2012.

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Diversity Matters was formed in 2001 by Pat Black and Andy Smith, motivated by their shared passion for a more inclusive world. Over the years we have helped developed alternative community based and locally rooted organisations.

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Elos in Portuguese means ‘links’ and stands for the power of transformative relationships constructed in the work we do locally and internationally.

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The Processwork Hub is a network of professionals using Processwork and its applications in individual, relationship, group and community work. It was founded in 1998, by Lena Aslanidou, M.A.P.W., Alexandra Vassiliou, Ph.D. and Lily Vassiliou, Ph.D.

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XENA is a non-profit, cultural association for social promotion which was set up in the autumn of 1994. Its name derives from ancient Greek meaning “foreign things”. Its main objective is to increase and improve the level of contact and interaction amongst different cultures.

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