The CARAVANE project is a notable example of collaboration and cross-cultural, pan-European partnership. The consortium partners form a dynamic and conscientious group deeply embedded in the artistic fabric of European society. Each organization brings a unique blend of knowledge, creativity, and dedication to the collective efforts, greatly enriching the CARAVANE project’s mission.

Through their collaborative work, the partners significantly enhance artistic and cultural dialogues across Europe. This commitment to unity, diversity, and cultural exchange establishes a robust foundation for meaningful interactions and lasting impacts, transcending regional and cultural boundaries.

University of Málaga

The University of Málaga (Universidad de Málaga) located in the city of Málaga, Spain, is a public research university that offers a wide range of undergraduate and postgraduate programs. Established in 1972, the university has a strong reputation for its high-quality education and research, with a focus on innovation and entrepreneurship. The university has a diverse student body, with students from over 100 countries, and offers a multicultural and dynamic learning environment. The university has state-of-the-art facilities, including modern libraries, research centers, and sports facilities, and is committed to providing its students with the best possible education and opportunities for personal and professional growth. UMA also makes a strong emphasis on internationalization

Centre for Cultural Activities

Centre for Cultural Activities – CKD (Centar za Kulturne Djelatnosti) is a civil society organization from Zagreb, Croatia working for more than 15 years to bring art and its joys in the lives of young, elderly and marginalized people. It is more than just numerous online and offline art courses and masterclass workshops that were organized over the years. It is, also, an engaged organization linking art expression and culture with vital society challenges like diminishing of all sorts of discrimination, preventing and fighting against all kinds of violence in society, advocating for sustainable communities. CKD also does a lot of campaigning, leaning on the audio-visuals to bring important issues in the focus of the general public.

Zavod Bob

Zavod Bob (Bob, Zavod za Izobraževanje in Kulturne Dejavnosti) is an NGO predominantly active in the youth sector field. Its mission is to give a voice to those who are not being heard. They see themselves as a community for the emancipation of people, a place of knowledge, trust, solidarity and mutual support. A center for young people, where reflection is encouraged, overlooked issues are highlighted and attention is drawn to injustice. They put emphasis on awareness and recognition of social inequalities and personal circumstances, and offer appropriate support, especially for vulnerable young people. They are continuously educating and raising awareness towards an environmentally, socially and economically just world of today and tomorrow.

Social Climate

Social Climate is a non-profit Andalusian cooperative, with a national and international scope of action. Our aim is to boost climate action and social justice through social innovation, nature-based solutions, sustainable tourism and international cooperation, providing technical consulting, training, facilitation, and projects development, management and evaluation. Likewise, we organize and coordinate events/conferences/workshops, and develop other services related to our fields of action. Founded in 2020, Social Climate has managed to grow by promoting projects for climate action collaborating with other entities at local and international level. Our team has more than 12 years of professional experience in areas such as climate change, waste management, and environment and sustainability, as well as in local and circular economy, entrepreneurship and social innovation, and environmental education. In addition, we have experience in communication and marketing, ranging from the design and development of web pages, to the positioning and management of social media.

The Black Sea Global Art League

The Black Sea Global Art League is an International Cultural Center established in 2016 in Georgia. The organization partners with the Georgian Cultural Center “EuroGeorgia” in Andalusia to organize international art and cultural festivals, mainly for the Georgian diaspora and young artists. An early notable project was the 2010 Twinning between Batumi, Georgia, and Marbella, Spain, led by founder Natia Mikava Stuart-Fox with local government support. BSGAL also co-organized the Marbella International Art Festival and initiated the Inter Art Batumi Street Art Festival from 2012 to 2013.
In 2023, BSGAL and EuroGeorgia launched the International Diaspora Film Festival to aid emerging filmmakers, supported by the Georgian Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Marbella’s Municipality. In 2024 and 2025, the focus is on developing the Global Art Lab Activities through the Climate Art Fusion Caravane project to boost Georgian tourism and promote sustainable tourism practices through innovative video marketing.

GIRES-Global Institute for Research Education & Scholarship

GIRES, the Global Institute for Research Education & Scholarship based in Amsterdam, The Netherlands, is a multi-interdisciplinary, academically oriented independent research hub that embraces the entire spectrum of scholarly disciplines, supports freedom of speech & artistic expression, promotes equality & respects diversity. Since its establishment in 2019, GIRES has organized more than 150 scholarly activities and has accommodated more than 9000 scholars from 87 countries on its premises. In its 2 boards and 2 committees, 200 core members from 77 countries & 6 continents find a scholarly home. GIRES through its 6 pioneering multi-interdisciplinary research, training and study centers, 1 career center, 3 research projects and 1 publishing house offers multifaceted support to scholars and enthusiasts. GIRES, its acronym inspired by gyres, the large systems of rotating ocean currents that shape the habitat and affect life, embraces innovation, collaboration, inclusion, multiculturalism, equality, sustainability, and ethos, and aims at reconstructing academia and reconnecting it with society.