The British Red Cross (BRC)

Is the lead of the SAFE partnership and it is the largest charity providing support to destitute asylum seekers in the UK. One of the most significant strands of BRC’s work is with young refugees and unaccompanied children in the UK. BRC offers a wide range of services to unaccompanied children and young refugees that focus on practical and emotional support on the asylum system, transition into adulthood and accessing education and training opportunities. For more info on this can be found at at

Danish Red Cross (DRC)

Is the leading organisation in Denmark on all humanitarian, social and medical tasks connected with care of asylum seekers. The DRC has managed reception centers for asylum seekers since 1984 and works to ensure that asylum seekers in Denmark have a safe, meaningful and dignified life, while waiting for a clarification of their case. We support asylum seekers to maintain and develop a perspective for the future, whether they will stay or be refused asylum. Their first special centre for unaccompanied children opened in 1990. DRC’s work with UASC includes operating special centers (school units, health clinics, social measures), recruiting guardians and observers, psychological screenings of the children, screenings of kinship relations, providing support to professionals in municipalities as to how children in migration are received, developing methods to secure involvement and participation of families (including the child and the extended family). The DRC works with an appreciative, holistic approach to the children in accordance to their standards on ‘The pedagogical work with unaccompanied minors’. The staff will focus on the child’s individual skills and on providing the necessary support to ensure they are resilient, high-spirited, patient and tolerant. The children have responsibilities and duties at the center, and school, activities and training for daily life are always part of the routine. If the child has special needs, social care and/or psychological help will be provided.

Center for the Advancement of Research and Development in Educational Technology (CARDET)

Is an independent, non-profit, non-governmental, research and development organization based in Cyprus with partners around the world. CARDET is becoming one of the leading institutions in the Euro-Mediterranean region for research, evaluation and development.

The CARDET team successfully completed more than 130 projects in more than 40 countries and it has extensive experience developing and implementing programs focusing on migrants and integration. They are the founders of the Mediterranean Migration Network, the Cyprus Focal Point of the European Website on Integration and the Cyprus partner for Migrant Integration Policy Index Project.


is a non-profit organization with more than 40 years of accumulated experience in the provision of services to vulnerable groups and thus listed amongst the oldest and most prominent Greek NGOs. Its vision is about enhancing the wellbeing of vulnerable groups in a sustainable manner by strengthening their capacities and increasing their access to resources. By stimulating the integration and active participation of disadvantaged groups, KMOP combats social exclusion and promotes social cohesion and equality, while raising awareness on social policy issues.

Throughout these four decades, KMOP has developed a number of small and large-scale interventions regarding social welfare and health, employability and human rights protection. Organization’s main actions are focusing on the prevention of multifaceted violence and intolerance, such as gender based violence, hate-speech, racism and xenophobia, on the combat of human trafficking and on the protection of victims’ rights. The agenda also involves advocacy and social policy proposals on relevant stakeholders and policy makers.
At present, the Organization is actively involved in national, EU and international projects targeting low-skilled youth, long-term unemployed, victims of violence and trafficking, disabled, elderly, migrants and minorities.