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SINERGIE is a not-for-profit Training and Research Centre accredited by Regione Emilia-Romagna and Ministry of Education University and Research. Founded in 2001 with the aim to foster knowledge and skills development in the field of education and RTD, in particular for the following sectors: ICT, Energy, Environment, Safety and Security, Health, Social Sciences.Thanks to its experience in ICT sector SINERGIE developed an E-learning Platform through a Learning Content MNGT System which is used to deliver training modules. Main activities of SINERGIE are:

- development and management of projects in the field of vocational training and higher education;

- organisation, technical and financial administration of projects funded by private and public funds;

- promotion of projects and events for stakeholders;

- collaboration with local authorities, private and public entities in the field of RTD and education;

- support to spin-off and new enterprise creation;

- technological transfer and results dissemination.

As a VET organisation, SINERGIE adopted the system implemented by Regione Emilia-Romagna for the recognition/certification of qualification to assess the final learning outcomes in terms of knowledge, competences and skills.

At present SINERGIE is Partner of the following EU funded Projects:

EUSAFE (Project Number 510362-LLP-1-2010-1-IT-LEONARDO-LMP),

SWFM-QF (Project Number 528022-LLP-1-2012-1-GR-LEONARDO-LMP)

EMPOWERING (Project Number IEE/13/697/SI2.645843)

EU-HCWM (Project Number 541982-LLP-1-2013-UK-LEONARDO-LNW)

BIOMASS-CURE (ECO/12/332971/S12.654995)




The Cardiff School of Social Sciences is one of the leading social science research institutes in Europe. It has over 150 academic staff and a vibrant research culture made up of a critical mass postgraduate students (one of the largest such groups in Europe) and a number of world class research centers, including the Centre for Crime, Law and Justice (CCLJ). CCLJ is a research centre involving researchers from Criminology in the School and researchers form the School of Law. This centre has an outstanding track record of externally funded research, particularly in applied, policy relevant research with regard to crime prevention, regulation, and policing and security.



Konak District Governorship (Konak Kaymakamlığı) is one of the 30 districts of Turkey. The Governorship of Konak is situated in the centre of Izmir, opposite to the square known by the same name. The administration inTurkey is based on the principles of centralization and local administration. The administrative services of the country are carried out, besides the central administration, by local administration organisations such as the provincial administrations (governorships), district governorships, municipalities and villages.

Konak District Governorship is a big structure that coordinates all activities in Konak/Izmir, the first biggest district in Izmir with 781,363 population. The Governorship coordinates all activities in Konak such as education, health, security, crisis management, environment, public works, culture, tourism, etc.

Konak district is the largest in terms of population and its core urban zone occupies a central position, geographically, administratively, economically and historically, within İzmir.

For both the metropolitan area and Izmir province in general, Konak represents the administrative nerve centre, with the governorship, the offices of İzmir Metropolitan Municipality, the commercial areas, and other important administrative and private headquarters being situated within the boundaries of Konak. Resident population of the town is 781,363, but the daily population is 1,300,000 people.



The Faculty of Criminal Justice and Security is a university-level (FCJS, University of Maribor) research and higher education institution in the field of criminal justice and security studies, internationally acknowledged and taking part in developing knowledge, which constitutes a base of developing and offering internationally comparable undergraduate and postgraduate programmes.

The FCJS addresses the challenges of providing Slovenian society with a comprehensive criminal justice education system, not only because of the rapid development of this sector and the area of study, but also because of the fact that Slovenia is a member of the European Union, where the principle of the free movement of people, capital, goods and services prevails. The mission of the Faculty of Criminal Justice and Security is to develop the field of criminal justice and security studies, based on the traditional academic disciplines of law, sociology, psychology, political science, criminology, organisational science as well as information security and international security studies.

The FCJS has carried out numerous research projects on national and the international levels. The main recent international research include: crime prevention (CRIMPREV FP6), youth violence (Daphne), fear of crime and community policing; environmental crime; protecting women from stalking (Daphne); Managing Global Environmental Threats to Air, Water and Soil (NATO), corruption in public procurement, lobbying and the judiciary; and protection of judges and courts.