Weitblick GmbH is a member of the following organizations:
Netzwerk Kinderrechte Österreich (Austrian Children’s Rights Network)
The Austrian Children’s Rights Network – National Coalition (NC) – is an independent network of 49 organisations and institutions promoting the implementation of the UN’s Convention on the Rights of the Child in Austria. In doing so, it advocates for the rights of all children and adolescents without any discrimination.
Österreichische Liga für Kinder- und Jugendgesundheit (Austrian Children’s League)
The Austrian Children’s League is an interdisciplinary network with over 100 member organisations from the fields of healthcare, children’s well-being and social inclusion.
Schul.Wohl springs from the enthusiasm for all the good things that already exist for schools, school partners and education at this time – everything that empowers people and raises awareness. We find people, organisations and projects that look forward and help to shape the school space, make them visible and connect them.
Weitblick GmbH implements projects together with the following partner organizations:
ARGE Suchtvorbeugung Austria (Working Group for Addiction Prevention)
This is a nationwide network in which the Addiction Prevention Units of all nine federal states have joined forces in an association. South Tyrol and Liechtenstein, with their specialist offices, are represented as extraordinary members.
Institut Selbst.Wert.Sinn (Self.Value.Meaning Institute)
The Institute for Existential Pedagogy supports educators in helping children and adolescents to live an authentic life of freedom and responsibility.
Pädagogische Hochschule Vorarlberg
The PH Vorarlberg sees itself as part of a community of responsibility that works together for educational quality and educational success in pedagogical and successful education.
GLOBART is a living alliance of science, business and art. It’s an Internationally recognised platform for visionaries and implementers, an idea portal for creative projects, founded as an NGO based in Krems, Lower Austria, in 1997.
Welt der Kinder (World of Children)
The WELT DER KINDER team is involved in a network with people from different positions and age groups for a child-friendly society. The priority is to strengthen adolescents’ participation in the shaping of society and to increase protection against violence and deprivation, in the context of family and society.
Pädagogische Hochschule der Diözese Linz
The Private Pädagogische Hochschule der Diözese Linz (Private University College of Education of the Diocese of Linz) is committed to a comprehensive, holistic understanding of education, based on the appreciation, uniqueness and unavailability of the individual, which cannot be expressed solely in the categories of achievement and feasibility. It means education in the sense of a well-founded education, training and further education as a dialogue process.
The GLE Institut Vorarlberg is a representative office of the Gesellschaft für Logotherapie und Existential Analysis Austria (GLE-Ö) as well as the Internationalen Gesellschaft für Logotherapie und Existenzanalyse in Wien (GLE-Int.).