We are a non-profit organisation based in Brussels (Belgium) and our mission is to facilitate and promote research, cooperation and development activities within the EU and between Europe and other regions worldwide
At CONEXX-EU we have developed a 3-step internationalisation methodology that we call “project-based internationalisation”.
First, we get to know the organisations we work with better, analyse their needs and establish an internationalisation strategy with them.
Secondly, we offer training in accessing the European Commission funds that best suit their needs.
Finally, in a third phase, we accompany our partners in the design and implementation of their projects. We support the design and implementation processes of the projects in all their phases. At the end of the process, the institutions are familiar with how European funding instruments operate and have the skills to apply for these programmes as well as with new international partners.
LINKED TO INTERNATIONAL AGENCIES
We are part of ORSALC and CRECES
We are part of the the Regional Observatory of Social Responsibility for Latin America (ORSALC) and the Caribbean and the Regional Center for Cooperation in Higher Education (CRECES, part of the UNESCO). We are the only European organisation represented in the executive board of the ORSALC.
A SPECIAL BOND
Our work with Latin America
We have a special bond with Latin America, a region we feel identified with. Since our early years we have implemented projects in Mexico, Paraguay, Argentina, El Salvador, Chile, Uruguay, Cuba and Guatemala. We are also present in other countries such as Honduras, Nicaragua, The Dominican Republic, Colombia, Ecuador, Peru and Bolivia through our local partners.
Always in good company
In our 10 years of existence we have worked with more than 300 partners from more than 30 different countries, both in Europe and Latin America. This network is made up of: civil society organisations, universities, private foundations, regional and local governments, local governments and non-state actors.