Crossing Borders (CB) provides youth with platforms to cross-fertilize ideas and to form global associates, networks and communities worldwide. In a learning environment, where all participants are encouraged to grow and learn from one another, we enable young people to share their best ideas, best products and best practices. Find out more here:

The Academy for Peace and Development (APD) is non-governmental, non-profit, non-political organization, which aims at empowering youth and civil society actors for living and building peace in Georgia, South Caucasus, Europe and beyond through development of competences, advocating participatory policy development and promoting partnerships on cross-sectorial and intra-sectorial levels. Find more here:

Established in 2002, Analytical Centre on Globalization and Regional Cooperation works as both a think-tank and an advocacy group, aiming to promotion of democratic values, strengthening of civil society and the rule of law in Armenia, development of free market economy, regional integration and peaceful resolution of regional conflicts. Find more here:

“Alternative-V” is a non-political, non-profit non-governmental youth organization, founded in 1992. Alternative-V was created to facilitate co-operation among youth organizations, to promote active citizenship among Ukrainian youth through their involvement into programs in the fields of education, culture, ecology, historical heredity protection and helping disadvantaged people. Alternative-V wants to contribute to development of more peaceful society, to the decrease of social injustice. The Association obtained national status in 1999. Find more here:

Founded in 2000, “MilleniuM” is an NGO that focuses on the training and development of youth in Moldova. MilleniuM envisions an educated and passionate generation of Moldovan youth leading their country to a more prosperous, egalitarian, and self-directed future. Our organization attempts to realize this vision by providing Moldovan youth the tools, opportunities, and drive to become tomorrow’s leaders. “MilleniuM” Institute’s focuses on four key areas: personal development, organizational development, community development, and partnership development. Find out more at

This project is funded by CISU, an umbrella of close to 300 Danish Civil Society Organizations – small, medium and large. CISU manages the Civil Society Fund on behalf of DANIDA.