The Integra_Lab+ project is developed by the following institutions

The Institute of Sports Science at the University of Münster (Germany)

The Institute of Sport and Exercise Sciences (IfS) is part of Department 07 – Psychology and Sports Sciences at the Westfälische Wilhelms-Universität Münster. Being comprised of seven areas of operation, about 60 employees and around 1600 students, the IfS is one of the largest sports science facilities in Germany. The main focus of the IfS lies on excelling in research resulting in acquisition of funds and PHDs, as well as formidable teaching in school related and non-school-related degree programs. To achieve these goals, there are many partnerships on the international and national level.


Complutense University of Madrid (Spain)

The Complutense University of Madrid is a public research university located in Madrid. Founded in Alcalá in 1293 (before relocating to Madrid in 1836), it is one of the oldest operating universities in the world. It is located on a sprawling campus that occupies the entirety of the Ciudad Universitaria district of Madrid, with annexes in the district of Somosaguas in the neighboring city of Pozuelo de Alarcón. It is named after the ancient Roman settlement of Complutum, now an archeological site in Alcalá de Henares, just east of Madrid.


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32P (Spain)

We believe that research and innovation are fundamental for the better development of our society

In 32P, we put our expertise in the identification of funding opportunities and the management of projects at the service of your talent and knowledge for the development of innovative ideas and research actions.

You and your ideas are at the centre of our work. We will work with you and we will help you to stay focused and oriented to the goals that together we had defined in every step of the process, from the identification of a call for funding proposals, to the successful development of a project.


E-Seniors (France)

Combating the digital divide affecting the seniors: let’s cooperate for e-Inclusion of Seniors and Healthy and Active Aging. As digital world is expanding and playing a growing part in our existence it remains primarily adapted and oriented to younger generations. Older people find themselves increasingly isolated as more services, information and activities become transformed into a digital format, being more distant and non personal. Governments continue to invest in the development of broadband infrastructures supporting the expending use of the internet. They also try to encourage the training of users within different sub-populations, but excluded populations continue to grow as a result of factors not necessarily taken into account initially, such as ageing and immigration.


PLinEU (Poland)

European Advisors’ Association PLinEU is a pioneer non-governmental organization from Krakow, which elaborates, promotes and implements innovative methods of vocational education training for unemployed people and lifelong learning programmes based on Life Balance idea. We have assisted more than 2000 persons, 500 organizations and businesses. We have successfully completed many social projects mainly in the area of Life Balance assistance. In our work, we continue to search for the best ways to activate and support those who are eager to be active in the labour market or in their environment and are in the process of long life learning.


Corte dei Miracoli APS (Siena, Italy)

Having become an essential point of reference for the Sienese and Tuscan reality, the Association of Social Promotion "Centro Culture Contemporanee La Corte dei Miracoli" has always remained faithful to a dynamic mix of free creativity and social commitment, becoming over time a unique subject of its kind. The basic idea is the coexistence and mutual influence of the three "pillars" on which the very essence of this association is founded: the social, cultural and educational fields. Already from its spatial location, the Court of Miracles seems to enclose and collect in itself those concepts of centrality and marginality, inclusion and exclusion, which make possible the coexistence of areas of interest only apparently separate, but that in reality can only interact, helping to enrich, year after year, day after day, that vast universe of experiences, stories, events and changes that represent its deepest and most concrete nature.