The Two Moons project, funded under Erasmus +, consists of a partnership between non-governmental organisations (NGO) from Ireland, Finland, Italy and Romania.

Co-Creation Support CLG (Ireland) is a not for profit social enterprise set up by Marita O’Brien and Jackie O’Toole to promote and raise awareness of human rights among older people and people with disabilities; to assist and work with stakeholders to actively shape the design and delivery of person-centred services and supports through ‘bottom up’ engagement processes, research and knowledge translation.

Anziani e non solo (Italy) has been working since 2004 in the field of project management and in the realization of services and supports that increase social inclusion; training and support to informal and formal carers; prevention of gender based violence, elder abuse, and discrimination.

Asociatia HABILITAS – Centru de Resurse si Formare Profesionala(Romania) has been delivering professional
adult training and counselling services in social, psychological and educational projects and programs since 2007. Habilitas is implementing European and national projects in the field of ageing, intergenerational relations, preventing elder abuse, training professionals, and has elaborated the first local strategy for supporting seniors’ volunteering, which is currently a public policy adopted by Bucharest City Council.

Empowering Old Age Coop VoiVa (Finland). is a national NGO focusing on preventing violence and abuse of older people. Its mission is to protect older people from violence and abuse by empowering them to live as active engaged citizens and to secure their human rights.  

The Gaiety School of Acting – The National Theatre School of Ireland – is a not for profit organisation founded in 1986. Over the years, the school has been involved in developing and delivering drama workshops for younger and older people as a powerful way of increasing intergenerational understanding. The workshops provide an effective vehicle through which all age groups can share their experiences and learn about each other’s lives to build solidarity between generations.

Treatri D’Imbarco is an Italian theatre company that since its foundation has investigated social issues, such as racism and multiculturalism, usury, the memory of the Shoah and of the Resistance, through productions taken from original dramaturgy. It has also been involved in the design of awareness campaigns, organising conferences, projects for schools, meetings on the themes explored by the productions.