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The Comparative Research Network (CRN)
was founded in 2007 and worked since then in the field of adult education and research. The CRN Network is specialized in training activities within the fields of intercultural competences, intergenerational learning, mobilities and migration. Additionally, the CRN is specialized in creating and performing evaluation and dissemination processes. The Comparative Research Network is based in Berlin and since 2007 active in Horizon2020, Erasmus+, REC, national and local programs.


Mine Vaganti NGO (MVNGO) is a non-profit organization established in Sardinia in 2009, that today runs global activities from its 4 offices, in Sassari; Sennori; Tempio Pausania and Berlin. “Mine Vaganti” means “something dynamic”, that for our staff of professionals relates to being international social entrepreneurs who preserve a passion for social purposes, in a modern concept of a NGO.


Professionals from all sorts of fields meet at our coworking space. Be prepared for a web developer to run into a philosopher at the espresso machine. Feel free to work at your desk, talk business in the meeting room, or cook pasta together.

This is a place with a vibrant community, where you can exchange ideas and build a network – or simply discuss the challenges and pleasures of Berlin life. Whatever you do makes our space come alive.


Intercultural Youth Dialogue Association is a nonprofit that is promoting international intercultural and youth exchanges. Intercultural Youth Dialogue Association e.V. (IYDA) was founded in 2017 in Bonn as a sister organization of the Egyptian club IYDA Egypt from Cairo, founded 9 years ago. IYDA is a member of the Europemobility Network and co-operation with the organization in various countries around the Globe. We, volunteers at the age from 15 to 35, provide education training and cultural exchanges for youth in order to encourage fellowship among nations. Our main mission is to promote peace and mutual understanding through an international exchange program for the youth.


Goethe Institut- The Goethe-Institut is the Federal Republic of Germany’s cultural institute, active worldwide. We promote the study of German abroad and encourage international cultural exchange.


Service Civil International (SCI) – is a volunteer organization dedicated to promoting a culture of peace by
organizing international voluntary projects for people of all ages and
backgrounds. The organization consists of 45 branches and a constantly growing
number of partner organizations.


The German Academic Exchange Service (DAAD) – The
DAAD is the world’s largest funding organisation for the international exchange
of students and researchers. It is a registered association and its members are
German institutions of higher education and student bodies.



The Kreuzberger Kinderstiftung – The Kreuzberger Kinderstiftung is committed to educational justice and youth engagement. It funds projects, grants scholarships and manages its own programs – in Berlin-Kreuzberg, Germany and beyond.