The collaboration aims to share expertise and provide the community of users with expert support on a variety of topics through different channels such as publications, resources, and professional development events, etc.
How do you become a supportive partner?
Organisations who are interested should carefully read and agree to the Charter for Supportive Partners, which explains the basis for the collaboration, the minimum requirements, and the suggested activities. After this, the organisation’s representatives are invited to apply via the online application form. The platform’s steering committee will then make the final decision on whether the applicant organisation is approved as a supportive partner. The status of partners is renewed and evaluated on an annual basis.
List of supportive partners
- European Federation for Intercultural Learning
- Scientix – The Community for Science Education in Europe (coordinated by European Schoolnet)
- Anne Frank House
- EuroClio - European Association of History Educators
- Lie Detectors
- Foundation for Environmental Education (FEE)
- Stichting International Parents Alliance (IPA)
- European School Heads Association
- Better Internet for Kids - European Schoolnet
- Europeana Foundation
- COFACE Families Europe
- House of European History