Sport.Youth.Inclusion – Education through sports and physical activities for inclusion
Four ngos of Germany, Italy, Bulgaria and Hungary have decided to identify and collect good practices that ensure or teach competences for inclusion of less privileged young people or children. We are looking for practices of sport clubs, schools or youth organisations that foster the inclusion of disadvantaged or discriminated young people throughs sport or physical activities, or pedagogic exercises that improve competences related to inclusion.
We look for practitioners (PE teachers, coaches, youth workers) in Germany, Italy, Bulgaria and Hungary who have experience and concrete practice of inclusive sport or physical activity. Practitioners who have developed and used inspiring and integrated pedagogical methods, practices to support, ensure, increase the inclusion and participation of less privileged or discriminated young people and children through sport and physical activity in schools, in sports or in youth work settings.
If you are interested to take part in the project please fill this form in which you introduce yourself and describe your practice until 31st May 2020. The most inspiring and well described practices will be promoted on the new European Education through Sport portal (www.throughsport.eu) and will be presented during a national ToolFair event in (Roma, Potsdam, Budapest, Sofia) in November 2020. Three of the practitioners will also have the chance to take part in the international good practice ToolFair Event in Germany in September 2020. During the event practitioners of the four countries will share their experiences and practices and discuss how these activities can be disseminated and what competencies should be developed for other educational practitioners in order to multiply the use of education through sport for inclusion in Europe.