Project Coordinator

Lithuanian women‘s lobby organisation (Lithuania)

LWLO (Lithuanian Women Lobby Organisation) was founded to support the lobbying of women in Lithuania. Currently LWLO unites 44 Lithuanian women NGOs working in the sphere of gender equality and forms part of European Women’s Lobby Organisation.

Lithuanian Women’s Lobby Organisation (LWLO) as association started its non-formal activities in 2004 after the agreement of its establishment has been signed between eleven Lithuanian Women organizations. The same year LWLO joined the European Women’s Lobby Organisation (EWLO), which is the largest umbrella organization of women’s associations in the European Union, gathering over 2000 women’s associations in 31 countries. Lithuanian Women’s Lobby Organisation was registered as the official association in year 2013. In year, 2017 European Parliament gave the Citizens Prize to LWLO, for its active work in the field of gender equality at national and European level.

The mission of LWLO is to promote active involvement of women’s NGOs into the preparation processes of policies and legislation with regard to gender equality de facto and decision-making in Lithuania and Europe.

Project Partners

Centre for Social Innovation (Cyprus)

CSI employs professionals with over 50 years of collective experience in the fields of Social Innovation, Entrepreneurship, Education, System Rationalization, Information & Communication Technologies, Global Health Process - Life Sciences, Business Forensic Intervention, Youth Development & Motivation, and Resource Realignment with Goals and Objectives. The Team enlists their experiences to support the identification of systemic problems and development and implementation of smart and sustainable solutions to difficult social problems. These solutions are developed through various layers of interaction with stakeholders. We believe that quality of life improves when the process of social innovation is leveraged to attain social justice, solve systemic problems and develop solutions that may provide opportunities for individuals and organizations.

DANMAR (Poland)

Danmar Computers LLC, established in 2000, is a private company operating in the field of Information Technology and providing vocational training in this field. Danmar has experience in developing modern Web and mobile applications that are used for educational purposes. Danmar also has long-term experience of carrying out European projects within which the R&D staff conducts research and prepares trainings tailored to the needs of various learners. It has successfully implemented over 90 projects within Grundtvig, Leonardo da Vinci, Progress and recently Erasmus+. Besides being the technical partner, in many of these projects Danmar is responsible for designing and coordinating dissemination strategies. Danmar Computers is the developer and provider of AdminProject, the on-line system for management of European projects.

All activities of the company are based on wide and well-established cooperation network, both at national and international level. The national networks include training and counselling institutions, universities, schools, non-governmental organisations, as well as private sector companies. International networks include partners of various profiles coming from every European Union’s country. Danmar Computer’s mission is the promotion of life-long education and assurance of equal access to education for everyone with the use of modern technology.

Magenta (Spain)

Magenta Consultoría Projects S.L.U. is a consultancy company specialised in social areas and European projects. We implement different Erasmus+ KA1, KA2 and KA3 projects as well REC projects that focus on training, innovation, enhancement of skills and inclusion of vulnerable groups. Besides the development of these projects in a wide range of areas, Magenta also offers tailored-made training programmes for national and international institutions and professionals combining training in formal and non-formal education; language courses and mobility programmes including all related activities (trainings, workshops, job-shadowing, internships, cultural activities…). Magenta’s philosophy is based on people and on the idea of contributing to build a better society.

In Varietate Concordia (Romania)

The general mission of our NGO’s is to enhance the role of culture, training and innovation starting from the action of the individual. Among other international mobility activities, IVC carries out information and training projects and actions. It offers its experience regarding opportunities abroad for work, internships, study and volunteering. IVC operates mainly on educational, prevention and raising awareness actions, educational activities and support to policy reforms, structured dialogue, cultural exchanges, and large-scale events, activities linked to the reinforcement of social risk groups or marginalized groups, transnational cooperation actions. It is included in a relevant international network with foreign partners (ministries, universities, professional training bodies, social partners) in the context of projects funded by the European Union.

Information technology training center (Lithuania)

Information Technology Training Centre ( in Lithuanian Informacijos technologijų mokymo centras) (ITMC, is non-governmental organisation and has more than fifteen years of experience in graphic design (Adobe training classes, focusing on the Adobe Creative Cloud Apps – Adobe Photoshop, Illustrator, InDesign, Animate, After Effects and Premiere), Microsoft Office (Word, Excel, PowerPoint and Outlook), web development (WordPress) trainings.

ITMC is providing professional trainings and consultations for beginners, advanced, and professional users. Lectures lead to certification in the field of higher education collectors who have a long track record of practical work. The trainings take place for groups of 6 to 8 listeners in the modern classrooms with the latest software. ITMC also organizes public paid-free seminars on: 1) Graphic design, MS Office, various IT themes. 2) Couching, different topics of psychology, communication, human resource management, public speaking.

Each year ITMC issues approximately 1,000 certificates to participants who have attended ITMCs training courses.

ITMC is active member of different associations:
• National Digital Coalition (NDC) (
• National Association of Distance Education (NADE) (
• The Information and Communication Technology (ICT) Industry Association (

Associated partners

  • European Women’s Lobby, Women’s association (European Union)
  • Kaunas Client Department of Employment Service Under the Ministry of Social Security and Labour (Lithuania)
  • Kaunas Regional Association of Industrialists and Employers (Lithuania)
  • Academy of Leaders (Lithuania)
  • Lithuanian Computer Society (Lithuania)
  • Trade Union of Trade Workers (Lithuania)
  • Union Sindical Obrera (Spain)
  • Asociación Mar Violeta (Spain)
  • Fedaracion de Aasociaones de Mujeres Progresitas de Asturias (Spain)
  • Viva Femina (Poland)
  • Centrum Wspierania Edukacji i Przedsiebiorczosci (Poland)
  • Citizens in Power (Cyprus)
  • Association for Development for Social Assistance and Professional Training, Social assistance and training (Romania)
  • Asociația Generației de Azi (Romania)