Our Current Partnerships

Chwarae Teg has established many international contacts over the years and built some successful partnerships.

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The organisations we are currently working with are:

JUMP, Belgium

JUMP offers women practical tools to help them achieve their professional and personal aspirations and supports organisations that wish to promote better gender balance within their organisation.

JUMP hosts an annual JUMP Forum event in Paris and Brussels which brings to the forefront barriers to women’s economic progression and celebrates the role of women in the European economy.

JUMP was chosen for its expertise in marketing and running large events whilst working on the theme of women’s equality in the workplace.


Sprogcenter, Nordsjælland

Offers teaching in Danish as a second language for adult immigrants based on the language EQF framework of the European Council.

From 1991 the Language Centre has offered refugees and immigrants language education in the form of courses that combine language teaching with labour market related training for women and men; in particular raising confidence in migrant workers and ensuring they are ready for the Danish workplace.

The Language Centre has completed a further 4 ESF-projects since 2004 with a special focus on flexible and individually targeted courses that combine language-learning, individual competences, personal qualifications, relevant work-sector internships and mentoring.

Sprogcenter Nordsjælland was chosen for its expertise in engaging with and supporting migrant workers; an area that Chwarae Teg wanted to learn more about.


Mas Carandell, Catalunya

Designs and implements employment policies, and promotes life-long learning as a strategy to promote employment and equal opportunities, social inclusion and sustainable development.

It offers professional training including: academic and professional guidance, Individual and personalised attention, training-talks in centres and companies, occupational and entrepreneurship services for young people, Job club and Job search workshops.

Mas Carandell was chosen for its expertise in engaging with the most hard to reach groups in society and the ability to assess and evaluate soft skills.


Grafia, Czech Republic

Since its foundation in 1993, Grafia worked to support the foundation of Czech companies and ensure the needs of the workers and equality and diversity are high up the business’ agenda.

Grafia is focused on both internal and external company communication as well as international communication especially in PR, marketing, promotion, employees’ education and development, translation, interpreting and conference services.

It helps its clients to develop the relationship with their customers as well as with the employees. Grafia has experience of supporting businesses with implementing measures to enhance their equality and diversity through its recent ESF funded project ‘Cristal’.

This project trained HR representatives in the importance of flexible and remote working. Grafia was chosen as a partner for its ability to engage with businesses and promote equality and diversity in a way that appeals to businesses.

There was also significant overlap with Grafia’s Cristal project and the work carried out on Agile Nation’s Evolve Programme as they worked with HR representatives to increase their awareness of the benefits of more modern forms of working.


Transnational Toolkit

If you are interested in setting up a transnational partnership but don’t know where to start, you might find our Transnational Toolkit helpful.

For further information, or to book a training workshop for your organisation, please email: international@chwaraeteg.com or call us on (+44) 01492 511 703.


Transnational | Events Attended & Hosted | Our Current Partnerships


Collection of News and Articles relating to Chwarae Teg’s Transnational work.