The BALL and Catch the BALL projects were carried out in a successful co-operation involving the following many European countries, Iceland, Spain, Poland, Lithuania and the UK. Both projects were funded by EU Erasmus+ program.
Sponsors in Iceland
Landsvirkjun, The National Power Company of Iceland. Landsvirkjun is owned by the Icelandic state and processes 75% of all electricity used in Iceland. It is the country’s largest electricity generator (see https://www.landsvirkjun.com).
STRV, Reykjavik’s Municipal Employees Association. STRV, is the public service union of the City of Reykjavík, with approximately 4.200 members both from the public and the general sector (see shttps://www.strv.is/introduction-in-english).
BHM, Icelandic Confederation of Academics. (BHM) is an umbrella organisation for its 27 member-unions. Each member-union represents workers with particular qualifications or professions but BHM assists them in many fields and represents academics and member unions in common causes (see https://www.bhm.is/enska).
VR-stéttarfélag supported he Catch the BALL project. VR is a general employees’ union. The object of the Union is to improve the terms of employment of its members and to protect their rights (see https://www.vr.is/en).
The City of Reykjavik supported the BALL project through its Human Resource Department (see https://reykjavik.is/en).