EUROBOGEN is registered with Datadock, the French database on professional training from a quality perspective. It allows the financiers of the professional training to check the conformity of the training organizations with the 6 quality criteria defined by the Law.

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Qualiopi attests to the quality of the process implemented by our pedagogical projects, our administration of the processes and our verification of the results. Everything contributes to the development of skills. The Qualiopi mark is issued by certifying bodies accredited by the French Accreditation Committee – COFRAC on the basis of the national quality reference framework. It then allows access to public or mutualised funds to finance professional training in the establishments.
The monitoring of participants’ assessments, the overall management of the client’s experience and the monitoring of the constant evolution of the world of professional training are among the key functions of certification.



The PeaceAbility label, patented at European level, indicates the section dedicated to peace-related themes. A long-term training course with modules adaptable to ministries, NGOs and companies is available to managers, agents and partners of these institutions. A “Peacemaker” certification is underway with the French professional training authorities. In addition to this certification, EUROBOGEN provides seminars and conducts multiple international interventions on peace-related topics.


SDG 16

Sustainable Development Goal 16 is to promote peaceful and inclusive societies for sustainable development, ensure access to justice for all and build effective, accountable and inclusive institutions at all levels. EUROBOGEN aligns its services with the efforts needed to achieve this goal.


SDG 17

No. 17 is the second goal chosen by EUROBOGEN to infuse all its external services and internal processes. It is through partnerships between governments, the private sector and civil society that all of the SDGs will be achievable at global, national and local levels. These partnerships must be inclusive, built on agreed principles and shared values, and place people and the planet at the heart of their concerns.