Università degli Studi di Roma “Foro italico”, formerly known as the University Institute of Motor Sciences is a public research university located in Rome, Italy. It is a vocational university, the only Italian state university dedicated to sports and movement sciences. It was created in 1998 when it replaced Rome’s Istituto Superiore di Educazione Fisica (ISEF) whose activity had been centred on higher education for P.E. teachers. The university extended the institute’s scope to cover all the fields of interest arising from Man’s physical activity: scientific research, coaching for recreational sports and for high level competitive sports, teaching, fitness and rehabilitation, organization and management of sports events and facilities. It offers a three-year course for a Bachelor of Arts in Sports Sciences, followed by a two-year graduate degree in either Preventive and Adapted Physical Activity or Management of Sports and Physical Activities. The University “Foro Italico” also offers a two-year European Master’s Degree in Preventive and Adapted Physical Activity organized in co-operation with the Universities of Cologne, Odense and Vienna, and a post-graduate programme for physical education teachers. A second European Master’s Degree in Physical Activity for Children and Adolescents, organized in co-operation with the universities of Odense, Bristol and Clermont-Ferrand.


It is a non-profit organization founded in June 2008, aimed at women and men who want to be informed in a correct way and to learn more about breast cancer. IncontraDonna wants primarily to meet the needs of women, with the aim of providing  them with tools to face the diagnosis and treatment process, but above all, to stand their side in the “after”. The associations wants to foster communication among women (patients, doctors, family and friends); the woman has to be at the centre.

The association objectives are:

– To inform the public adequately about the primary and secondary prevention programs (lifestyle, diagnostic tests, screening programs) in order to promote early detection of breast cancer.

– To promote a culture of senology through scholarships for young investigator, in line with the guide lines of the European Parliament for the training of dedicated personnel.

– To organize training courses for volunteers and for women who suffered a mastectomy or other surgery to reach a level of knowledge and empowerment that is the real physical and psychological recovery of patients.

– To identify new ways of communication and rehabilitation in order to reach a growing number of women and men, making them aware of the culture of prevention.

Lectures, trainings, campaigns, but also cultural events are the different ways in which IncontraDonna wants to be close to each woman facing the difficult experience of breast cancer. Because knowledge and sharing help to reconnect with the body and to move toward the conquest of the quality of life and its beauties.


ISES was founded in 2008 as non-profit organization to spread European culture in Italy and to get closer public agencies, businesses and the third sector to the EU institutions through the development of funded projects following their whole bureaucratic, administrative and managerial path in accordance with the rules laid down by the European Commission. Since its creation, ISES has worked in projects dealing with health and sports promotion. In particular, ISES cooperates since 2009 with different associations for sports promotion to implement projects at regional and national level.

Since 2014, ISES personnel cooperates with CONI in the ERASMUS+ SPORT COLLABORATIVE PARTNERSHIP PROJECT “TAKE HEART – Physical activity in patients with CHD: a collaborative partnership  to identify and share good practices among European countries” (ERA-COPART – G.A. 2014-3140/002-001) to engage cardiac patients and motivate them to perform Cardiac Rehabilitation and to maintain an high adherence to physical activity programs and therefore to increased levels of participation in sport and physical activity and with the Italian Rowing Federation in the ERASMUS+ SPORT NON PROFIT SPORT EVENT “PARAROWING” (572869-EPP-1-2016-1-IT-SPO-SNCESE) to organize a sport event – in collaboration with UK and French Rowing Federation – for disabled young people and encourage them to get out from their houses and do some sport.

At present, ISES is partner in two ERASMUS+ SPORT projects: “FAIRHAP – Fair Play and Happiness through Sports (579709-EPP-1-2016-2-EL-SPO-SCP)” to spread Olympic and fair play values among children aged 10-12 and “Youth Sport Development Ambassadors – YSDA” (GA: 2016 – 2771/001-001) that focuses on peer led voluntary action in sport to promote social inclusion in sport for young people aged between 16 and 24. The focus will be on developing YSDAs to develop projects with groups of young people from ethnic minority and migrant populations.

In the field of women health, ISES has been partner in the former EACH (now CHAFEA) funded project “AURORA” that aimed to identify a common and feasible strategy on how to promote Cervical Cancer Screening in the New EU Member States targeting women in the reproductive age (30-69 years old)

Over the years, ISES has extended its actions to the areas of culture, social policies, tourism, environment, civil protection and training and it has developed a considerable network of contacts at international level, thanks also to the 18 EU funded projects in which it is partner/main applicant.

ISES has long experience in managing EU projects and managing communication and dissemination activities. It has been the responsible for the communication in all its projects developing the project communication strategy, tools and materials. In particular, ISES developed and managed different platform for e-learning and clearinghouses:,, and related communication/information campaigns.


BSDA was founded in 2010 and is a nonprofit public benefit organization devoted to the development of Bulgarian sport and improving sporting culture in Bulgaria. Its team works for development of Bulgarian sport and enhance the sport culture in Bulgaria with a desire and motivation. BSDA membership is voluntary and the association involves both physical and legal persons who are willing to help sport development with time, ideas, effort or financial support. The association also organizes different events in the areas of: entrepreneurship, citizenship and active society. The team of the organization consists of professionals from different fields as: sport experts, media specialists, tourism and hospitality, education, marketing  and others.

Association’s main goals are:

– Sustainable development of physical education and sport in Bulgaria;

– Develop different strategies and programs for sport tourism.

– Development, application, implementation and coordination of national, municipal, government, European, international and other projects and programs for development of sport, sports facilities and physical education;

– Improving the health, physical condition and sports culture of the nation, concerning youth problems as a priority;

– Optimization and mobilizing human and material potential in sport and personal development;

– Creating an enabling environment for sustainable and efficient management and entrepreneurship in sport and tourism;

– Development of education in physical culture and sport and through sport, and informal continuing education in the field of sport, professional development, business and entrepreneurship;

– Protection of children, youth, professional athletes, coaches, sports figures and sports organizations;

– Develop, Stimulate entrepreneurship and personal development of the youngsters;

– Development of prevention through sport.

Full member of ISCA – International sport and culture association.


It is a voluntary, independent, non-profit organization, coordinating association members activities, representing and protecting their interests.

KRMIC objectives:

– ensuring women rights,

– ensuring and promoting women active participation in public and political life;

– full support to women, youth , disabled, elderly and old people and comunities in solving their outstanding work,

– environmental, social, family and other problems;

– striving to ensure equal opportunities and gender equality in all spheres of public and private life;

– tolerance fostering, promotion and popularization;

– women, youth, children, disabled, elderly and old people self-expression development, education and trainings;

– activation and support for communities ;

– support in humman right free expression of opinion,  protection of person dignity;

– increasing accessibility and wide opportunities to get education, social, health, culture, sports and others services;

– representing various community groups civil rights, economic, social interests, citizen‘s rights protection development;

– active position in formulating and implementing open and harmonious civil society and rules of law policy;

– continuing and promoting relationship with EU and other foreign countries institutions and NGO‘s;

– development citizens‘ knowledge through information, consulting, education about sustainable, rational and healthy way of life.

KRMIC organize various actions, programs, projects and participate as a partner in other NGOs and organizations programs, campaigns and projects. During the more than 14 years of existing KRMIC implemented more than 27 different international, national and local projects, of which more than half were directed to a variety of women, children, the disabled, the elderly capacity building, women’s rights representation and advocacy. For ongoing projects activities organized photo exhibitions, drawing competitions, functioning children’s drawings exhibitions, mobile international projects exhibitions; organizing auctions, community activation competitions, cultural/sport events, publications, environmental and women’s health campaign, organize international internships for social / medical / educational sector workers / professionals / volunteers, local government representatives and politicians.

KRMIC give full support (social, educational, material, psychological):

– for women, children, the disabled, the young and the elderly in helping to solve real-life problems;

– for women, children, the disabled, youth and older people teaching / learning and freedom of education issues.

In this project KRMIC participate in collaboration with SIE clubs Union of Lithuania.

SIE clubs Union of Lithuania is a voluntary association of Soroptimist clubs. Soroptimists are women in professions and business who work together at local, national and international levels to educate, empower and enable women and girls with an aim to improving their lives.

Key activities:

– Implementation of national and international project activities in Lithuania;

– Promotion of mutual ties and cooperation with different local, national and international organisations in defending the right of women and girls, improving their position in society.

– Through various educational and advocacy activities contributing to Lithuanian women and girls education, culture, spiritual growth, health improvement and empowerment.

– SIE clubs Union of Lithuania Union promotes high ethical standards in all areas of life as well as mutual understanding and help ideas.


ADMP UK is the professional organisation for the profession for Dance Movement Psychotherapy (DMP) in the United Kingdom and was originally founded in 1982.

ADMP UK aims to support the development of DMP in the UK and internationally; foster communication among Dance Movement Psychotherapists (DMPs); and promote the use of DMP throughout the United Kingdom and abroad.

ADMP UK also serves to uphold professional standards within the profession of Dance Movement Psychotherapy and oversees the professional codes of conduct for the profession.

ADMP works with the other arts therapy (Art Psychotherapy, Dramatherapy, Music Therapy) and psychotherapy organisations in the UK and abroad to develop links and continue to further the profession of Dance Movement Psychotherapy in the UK.

We invite you to browse this website, follow menus and links to areas of interest, and contact us if you have any questions. ADMP is a member of the European Association for Dance Movement Therapy.


The University Medical Center Utrecht is the main hospital of the city of Utrecht. It is affiliated with the Utrecht University. The UMC Utrecht comprises the academic hospital, the faculty of Medicine as well as the Wilhelmina Children’s hospital. In total approximately 12.000 people work at the UMCU including medical staff, nursing staff, residents, support personnel and researchers, making it one of the largest hospitals in the Netherlands. In the UMC Utrecht research is concentrated in six programs with each a limited number of disease targets. Patient care is integrated in these programs. A relentless multidisciplinary approach guarantees patients benefit from the latest available expertise and innovative technological solutions. Interaction with patients and society creates an ‘innovation loop’ where societal issues guide scientific research and where scientific results quickly move from bench to bedside. Societal stakeholders are involved in all research phases, from prioritizing research questions to evaluating impact.


Edge Hill University is based in the North West of England and has been providing higher education since 1885, with a mission to create opportunity from knowledge.
The institution’s significant success in achieving its mission is recognised by a range of awards and high rankings for teaching, student experience, accommodation and more. Edge Hill is ranked as Gold in the Teaching Excellence Framework (TEF), the government’s evaluation of excellence in teaching quality, learning environment and student outcomes. The University is also one of the select few to have held the coveted UK University of the Year title, awarded by Times Higher Education (2014/15). It is currently shortlisted for University of the Year 2019 by WhatUni and Educate North.

Edge Hill is a University committed to producing the highest quality of research across a range of disciplines which transforms people’s lives. Our research insights provide wide-ranging and substantial benefits for society, culture and the economy. Times Higher Awards have recognised our Excellence and Innovation in the Arts (Highly Commended, 2015).
The university has an active Arts for Wellbeing Research Group which builds upon existing practice-based expertise, research and knowledge transfer experience in the arts for wellbeing. It works with research publications (books, chapters, articles, systematic reviews and practice-based outputs) and with existing links and connections at local, national and international levels. The group’s aim is to generate evidence of good arts practice for wellbeing across the life span.
The research group defines evidence as arts- and practice-based, both qualitative and quantitative, biological and neuroscientific. It brings together existing members of staff, PhD students, postdoctoral researchers, visiting professors and fellows in performance, applied performance and arts psychotherapies from the areas of Performing Arts, Psychology, Health and Education.
Arts for health and wellbeing is a developing area within the Faculty of Health and Social Care at the University, which lead a number of NIHR and other funded research programmes and projects, working with a range of local, national and international organisations. There are a number of arts based projects involving health services, communities and cultural heritage organisations. Public involvement and engagement is a strong feature embedded within all research programmes and projects.