The Taste of Harmony consortium consists of adult education providers from five European countries:
“VHS Hannover”, municipal adult education centre -Germany; “Ustanova za obrazovanje odraslih Dante” – public adult education school, Rijeka Croatia; “DOREA Educational institute”, a non-profit NGO in the field of adult education, Limassol Cyprus; “The Rural Hub CLG”, a non-profit NGO specialised in education, Carrickmacross Ireland; “Enjoy Italy”, adult education enterprise, Marcellinara Calabria, Italy.

VHS Hannover, Germany

VHS Hannover (DE) is the municipal adult education centre of Hannover, capital city of Lower Saxony, Germany. With its salaried staff of about 100 as well as about 700 freelance teachers it provides training in many fields including foreign languages, arts, health & wellbeing, digital skills, skills for the workplace, civic education etc. It also offers second chance classes for people who missed their school leaving certificate, and it provides German language training to newcomers to the country. As a public institution owned by municipality it aim is to offer high quality training to everybody at affordable prices. Its official name Ada-and-Theodor-Lessing-Volkshochschule is to remember two of its founders in the year 1919 who were pioneers of adult education in Hannover.

DANTE, Croatia

DANTE (HR) has long experience in the field of adult education. It can develop, implement, and evaluate new curricula and education programmes tailored to the specific needs of
various target groups as well as new teaching methods. It has extensive experience and contacts in the field of adult education, has developed training programmes and content (for
face to- face as well as online learning) for adults and adult educators.

DOREA Educational Institute, Cyprus

DOREA (CY) is an international training course provider committed to making, sharing, promoting, and repurposing Europe’s digital cultural heritage. DOREA delivers a professional development training for the staff members of schools, adult education centres, universities, VET organisations, etc. DOREA courses are based on the development of digital skills, STEAM, language skills as well as transversal knowledge, skills, and competences -which are often referred to as core skills, basic skills, or soft skills, the cornerstone for the personal development of a person.

The Rural Hub, Ireland

The Rural Hub (IR) has been providing a wide range of community development courses for local residents to support greater community involvement and enhanced social inclusion,
targeting growing isolation to achieve the integration of migrant communities with the host communities and their counterparts in other migrant communities.

Enjoy Italy, Italy

ENJOY ITALY (IT) is specifically devoted to the research, development, and transfer of innovative educational methods and tools. They delivered more than 150 structured training
courses to 1200+ teachers and professionals from all over Europe in the context of non-formal education.

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