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CHALLEDU- inclusion | games | education is a non-profit organization that pioneers new models of learning, inclusion and engagement. CHALLEDU is one of the leading R&D experts in game-solutions for education and inclusion. Our team designs and implements playful experiences, games, formal and non-formal educational programs, tools, platforms and applications based on cross-sectoral, interdisciplinary approaches. We focus on 2 main sectors:


The projects in this sector focus on inclusion and empowerment of marginalized groups, such as people with disabilities, people with health problems (i.e. dementia), older people, NEETs. The aims are: social inclusion, improved employability, development of skills and competencies, advocacy. The emphasis is given to create environments where people with different abilities, cultural backgrounds and skills, and different generations can interact with each other. The approaches in this sector involve non-formal and informal education, living labs, open co-creative workshops, game-based tools, and cross-sectoral approaches.


We see education as a driver for positive societal, environmental, and innovative change. The projects developed in this sector focus on the promotion of entrepreneurship, STE(A)M education, civic and active citizenship, environmental challenges and agriculture, culture, and sustainable development. Our target groups include young people, adults, students, trainers and educators, professionals and institutions. Our approach encompasses forms of non-formal and informal education, game-based methodologies, role-model methodology, open-learning and digital tools, gamification, as well as cross-sectoral approaches.



The Panhellenic Federation of Alzheimer’s Disease and Related Disorders is a non-profit organization that was founded in 2007. The Panhellenic Federation consists of 39 linked Associations of Alzheimer’s disease all over Greece. Its main objective is the coordination and cooperation of companies – members in the context of social contribution and awareness of people with dementia and their caregivers’ needs. Its aims are the creation of structures, services and conditions that improve the quality of life of PwD and their carers, the promotion of research, the education and training for all the stakeholders, the provision of useful information and advice on dementia problems and the prevention of the marginalization of people with dementia. The federation hosts a Panhellenic conference every two years, as well as a ‘train the trainers’ programme for health care professionals and caregivers. The federation is also a member of Alzheimer Europe. Some of the other services provided by the federation include:

  • Educational events
  • Newsletter
  • Resources (fact sheets, reading materials)
  • Seminars/Webinars/Workshops



The Museum Herakleidon, is a Νon Profit Cultural Organization, which was founded in 2004 and extends to two buildings in the historic district of Thissio (Athens). During the first decade of its operation, the museum focused on artistic activities and organised exhibitions with artworks of great artists such as M.C. Escher, Victor Vasarely, Carol Wax, Constantine Xenakis, Adolf Luther, Francesco Scavullo, Toulouse-Lautrec, Edgar Degas, Edvard Munch, Sol LeWitt and others. At the same time, a plethora of cultural activities allowed visitors to explore the essence of each artist’s perspective.

Today the Museum Herakleidon has evolved to an interactive center of science popularization and to a technological museum that focuses on antiquity, with emphasis on the achievements of the ancient Greeks. Based on the philosophy of the educational programs that itself established, based in the triptych of Science, Art and Mathematics, continues to offer original educational programs motivated and inspired by its exhibition” EUREKA, Science, Art and Technology of the Ancient Greeks” to students, teachers and adults.

The aspiration of the museum’s founders, the scientific advisors and all the staff, is the awakening of the research spirit of young people and their preparation in order to meet the growing demands of a rapidly changing world, taking advantage of the wealth of messages a glorious past can give in order to build a similar future.



AFAV was founded in 1991 due to the concern of relatives to gather information from Alzheimer’s disease and/or other dementias and learn how to deal with the situation that arises in people and their relatives. It was declared of public utility by the Spanish Ministry of Interior in November 1998. AFAV has also won several awards: Award Valencianos del S.XXI Las Provincias for the best entity in 2005; Award Generalitat for the best social entity (2013); Award “Aquí newspaper” for the best social iniciative (2016); Award Valencia Town Hall recognition for 25 years of work career and Award of Federación Valenciana de Alzheimer for the best social work (2016).

The association is formed by patients, relatives, professionals, volunteers and collaborators who strive to improve the quality of life of those affected (patients, relatives and caregivers) for Alzheimer’s disease and other dementias. With this purpose, AFAV offers resources, services and activities, including training that try to meet the needs that arise at different stages. In the same way it makes a meticulous work of awareness and social awareness of the problems addressed both the affected and society in general.


The Gaiety School of Acting – The National Theatre School of Ireland is a Not for Profit organisation founded in 1986 by the internationally renowned theatre director, Joe Dowling, in response to the lack of full-timeactor training programmes in Ireland at the time. The school is now widelyregarded as the country’s premier training facility for actors. Our policy is to train actors for theatre, film and television. Through a committed and dedicated staff, the school has developed and expanded to its current position where over 5000 students are involved in a wide range of coursesfrom our intensive two- year, full-time actor training programme to a range of courses available to students from overseas.