Seven European partners are involved in the project, each contributing expertise in their field of activity.
Some partners specialise in sex education and gender studies, others in the subject of disability and education, and one in developing online learning platforms.
University of Applied Sciences Merseburg
The Merseburg University of Applied Sciences is a higher education institution located in the town of Merseburg, Germany. It was established on April 1, 1992.
Contact: Prof. Dr. Heinz-Jürgen Voss (Professor for Sexual Science and Sexual Education) TRASE PM
Telephone: +49 3461 46 2208
Contact: Lena Lache (Dipl. Remedial Teacher / Sexual Scientist M.A.) - TRASE Project Coordinator
Telephone: +49 3461 46 2218
eLearning Studios (ELS) is a limited company based in Coventry in the UK that specializes in a wide range of approaches to e-learning development. We distribute tools to support people in developing their own e-learning as well as creating bespoke e-learning solutions. We work on small projects through to large complex international projects. Our specific expertise includes: mobile learning, e-learning development, augmented reality, virtual reality, serious games, 3D learning simulations, educational media design and development and learner management systems.
Contact: Karyn Murray
Telephone: +44 (0) 2476 525 550
Autism-Europe aisbl is an international association whose main objective is to advance the rights of people with autism and their families and to help them improve their quality of life.
It ensures effective liaison among more than 80 member autism organisations in more than 30 European countries, including 25 Member States of the European Union, governments and European and international institutions.
Contact: Aurélie Baranger or Haydn Hammersley
Telephone: +32 2 675 75 05
Agrupamento de Escolas de Oliveira do Bairro
The AEOB is a group of thirteen public school centres with a population of about 2200 students which constitute the entire public education network of the city of Oliveira do Bairro. It covers education from kindergarten to secondary and in every centre there are students with special needs. This school cluster came together in 2010 as a result of a change in the National Education Policy. In 2015 the local City Council assumed charge of the whole unit.
Contact: Aldina Oliveira Saraiva or Mafalda Carvalho
Telephone: 0351 234 747747 or 0351 938429126
Kaunas Disabled Youth Day Centre
THE MAIN PURPOSE of Kaunas centre for disabled young people is to integrate the disabled into the society by giving social service for people older than 18 with physical, mental, psychical and complex disability.
Contact: Daiva Buinickaite
Austrian Institute for Sexuality Education and Therapies
The Austrian Institute for Sexuality Education and Therapies provides advice and support in all areas regarding sexuality and relationship. We offer:
sexuality education in schools and institutions for students of all ages and abilities
counselling for individuals and couples as well as caretakers
further training, supervision and peer counselling for professionals
annual training courses in Sexuality Education and Clinical Sexology (Sexocorporel).
We adhere to the WHO’s standards of sexuality education and are committed to promote a positive approach to sexuality, taking all of the involved aspects and individual resources into account.
Contact: Miriam Reischauer
Telephone: +43 676 940 75 07
University of Luxembourg
Founded in 2003, the University of Luxembourg is the only public university of the Grand Duchy of Luxembourg. The University hosts three faculties: the Faculty of Science, Technology and Communication (FSTC), the Faculty of Law, Economics and Finance (FDEF) and the Faculty of Language, Humanities, Arts and Education (FLSHASE). Currently 6,172 students from 115 different countries are enrolled at the University of Luxembourg. Areas of research and teaching include the field of disability and special needs.
Contact: Adrian de Silva
Telephone: +352 466644 9292