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The Gilfillan Partnership
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Fundacion Laboral
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University of Szczecin
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The Gilfillan Partnership

The Gilfillan Partnership’s key roles in the EMAT project are as evaluator, critical friend and research partner.

The Gilfillan Partnership is a London based SME with over 20 years’ experience of research and consultancy into social exclusion and equalities at national and transnational levels. 

The company has been working with a wide variety of refugee and migrant community organisations across the UK for many years.

It has undertaken many programme evaluations, including the Great Britain ADAPT, EMPLOYMENT and EQUAL transnational Community Initiatives, the mid-term evaluation of the Franco-British INTERREG IIIA interregional co-operation programme and the evaluation of the European Social Fund Objective 3 Co-Financing in England.
 
Colin Gilfillan and co-founder Liz Mackie are on the expert consultants’ panel of the Learning and Skills Improvement Service, a national agency which develops and promotes innovation and good practices in Learning and Skills in England.  

Colin is on the EACEA’s list of expert advisers for the Leonardo da Vinci programme.  He is also on the URBACT list of experts in relation to employment and enterprise.
  
The Gilfillan Partnership recently completed a toolkit of resources for supporting inter-generational learning about enterprise and entrepreneurship for another Leonardo da Vinci funded partnership project, called ITILEE.
 
It co-ordinated a two year research project for the Inclusion through Entrepreneurship transnational partnership, which compared and contrasted barriers to enterprise and approaches to social enterprise in Italy, Spain, the United Kingdom and the Czech Republic.
 
It is currently researching and compiling case studies from across the EU which illustrate different approaches to youth entrepreneurship for a transnational partnership which is funded by the PROGRESS programme.

For further information about the Gilfillan Partnership and its work, please go to our website www.gpartnership.com