The International Music Council (IMC) is the world’s leading membership-based organisation dedicated to the promotion of the value of music in the lives of all peoples. IMC’s mission is to develop sustainable music sectors worldwide, to create awareness about the value of music, to make music matter in all social fabric, and to uphold basic music rights in all countries.
no-profit association for social promotion, founded in 1993, registered with the Region of Tuscany, Italy; committed to the development of good practices for listening, sharing, dialogue, respect and peaceful conflict resolution.
Nordoff Robbins Music Therapy (NRMT) is a small to medium sized registered UK charity, supported by 56 full-time equivalent staff, established in 1975, that delivers music therapy services by specialist music therapist practitioners who are registered with the UK's Health Care Professions Council (HCPC). NRMT is also a training and research organisation, offering Master's level Music Therapy training to experienced musicians, leading to registration with the UK's Health Care Professions Council (HCPC). The Nordoff Robbins PhD programme caters for for experienced Music Therapy and Music & Health practitioners who wish to undergo empirical research and contribute to developing scholarship.
The Moviment Coral Català is a confederation comprising the rich diversity of choral federations of Catalonia: children choirs federation, youth choirs federation, church choirs federation, male choirs federation, adult choirs federation, etc. It represents more than 30,000 singers in a country of 7.000.000 of inhabitants. Its objectives are to coordinate the activity of different federations, promoting choral singing in Catalonia and promote Catalan choral singing abroad.
Euridea Srl is a private vocational training and adult education agency accredited by the Region of Tuscany. It provides educational activities and training courses, both in classroom and through the Internet, aimed at employed, unemployed and/or disadvantaged people, specializing in the fields of culture, social services and tourism.
The National Institution of Social Care and Vocational Training (NISCVT), was founded in August 1976 as a foster home for children orphaned during the siege and massacre of Tel Al-Zaatar camp. It was named "Beit Atfal Assumoud", (BAS: 'house of the resilient children') which is still NISCVT's local name today. In 1982, after the Israeli invasion BAS shifted its social care system from focusing on the children, to holistic family care.