La Transplanisphère is a theater company based in Paris. It was in residence at the Carreau du Temple from November 2013 to July 2015, and now again become autonomous. Since 2008, it develops a project that questions politics through art and theatre. In this context, the company designs and conducts international cooperation supported by the European Commission. Its projects have gradually turned to youth training, an approach that combines theater, intercultural dialogue and international mobility.
Gilden Grundschule is a primary school located in Dortmund, Germany. 221 pupils are taught by 16 teachers, two special needs teachers and one social worker. In 2011 the school was certified to be a European Primary School. Most of the pupils (80 % of pupils) are from different 23 countries and their families have a non-European background. For pupils who do not speak German yet the school has opened a special class where the pupils only learn German, while they also go to one of the other classes.
Plan International Ireland – Founded in 1937, Plan International is a development and humanitarian organisation that advances children’s rights and equality for girls. Plan International Ireland, based in Dublin since 2003, focuses its work in four core areas, namely Child Rights, Education, Emergencies and Development Education. Our vision is to ‘strive for a just world that advances children’s rights and equality for girls’.
Kildare Town Educate Together is a primary school that caters for children from Junior Infants(4 Years old) to 6th Class (12 years old). Educate Together schools are based on the 4 pillars of Child Centredness, Democratically Run, Co-Educational and Multi-Denominational. Educate Together also have a distinct ethos or governing spirit. This has been defined in the following terms: Multi-denominational – all children having equal rights of access to the school, and children of all social, cultural and religious backgrounds being equally respected.
Les Fougères Ecole Elémentaire, Le Raincy is a french primary school which hosts around 280 pupils, mainly from the town of Le Raincy. The school was created in 1870 and was a private school until after World War II, in 1955. It has remained a public school since then.
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