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SWTA taking part of “Sport for All” Erasmus Plus Sport project

 

СВТА Скопје е партнер на Ерасмус Плус Спорт проектот “Sport for All”. Целта на проектот е да ја фасилитира соработката помеѓу различни институции и невеладини организации на европско ниво во фокус на спортот како алатка за социјална вклученост. Организациите од Бугарија, Романија, Грција, Унгарија, Турција, Македонија и Португалија ќе споделуваат најдобри практики за спортот против насилството и спортот за социјална вклученост.

 

Доколку сте експерт во овој домен слободно и сакате придонесете во проектот слободно контактирајте го членот на тимот на проектот од Македонија (Емир Слезовиќ)

 

Следни планирани настани на проектот вклучуваат интерактивни спортски тренинг обуки “Transition cannot be a stop for sports” и транснационална тренинг обука кои ќе се одржат во Бугарија.

 

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Summer Work & Travel Alumni Macedonia representatives will participate in INTERACTIVE TRANSNATIONAL TRAINING under the project:”SPORT FOR ALL”, coordinated by THE BULGARIAN SPORTS FEDERATION FOR CHILDREN DEPRIVED FROM PARENTAL CARE.

THE PROJECT MAIN GOAL IS TO FACILITATE collaboration among various institutions and NGOs at EU level for sports as means for social inclusion and accessible sports.

In case you are:

  • public authorities, and institutions at local, national level from all the 8 participating countries
  • social care and education system representatives – social managers, social care workers, teachers, psychologists, volunteers /state, public or private ones/
  • NGOs /active in sports, social, environmental and economic issues solution, involving sports, youths and adults/, operating at local, national, regional and transnational level
  • representatives of the business sectors /undertakings managers, HR staff, managers, from all sectors, and in particular – sports, tourism, social enterprises and SMEs, big companies with active social corporate responsibility system /
  • Representatives of NGOs/or undertakings at sector levels and professional associations/or representing NGOs or institutions active for healthy ageing, active social inclusion of youth at risk, deprived from social care, discrimination of any kind prevention and etc
  • medias, formal and informal national, regional and transnational networks – active for youth development, sports, social inclusion for youth and adults, and etc.
  • youth and adults, motivated to become sport volunteers, or promoters for sports at regional and local level from the 8 respective countries

AND YOU WANT to share best practices for inclusive sports, sports against violence or you need assistance with partners from the project partner countries: Bulgaria, Romania, Greece, Hungary, Turkey, Macedonia, Portugal please feel free to contact the Project team members on behalf of SWTA: Emir Slezovikj.

NEXT EVENTS PLANNED IN THE PROJECT:

Interactive sport trainings under the motto: “Transition cannot be a stop for sports” – PLACE BULGARIA.

It will focus the stakeholders in active trainings and collaboration activities for more sport activities involving children deprived of social care from all the main regions in Bulgaria.  The trainings will focus on innovative approaches for cooperation among the social care institutions, the NGOs active in the field of youth and the public authorities at local, national and EU level for more sport activities for youth deprived of social care.

The sample schedule will be:
Day.1. Registration. Welcome presentation including the findings from the previous tasks.
Day 2. Equal rights Sport and physical activities for social care institutions under the slogan “Transition cannot be a stop for sports”. Experts from BG and the partner countries will lecture on the best practices for sport activities in social care institutions during transition, and the opportunities for sport tournaments and activities at home and abroad involving the interchange among youth from and outside social care institutions.
Day 3. Collaboration panel “Sports for all”. Discussion panel and work sessions for identification and setting up a CHARTER with specific measures and joint activities for more sport for children deprived of social care and inclusion in local, national and transnational activities.
Day 4. Work visit in social care institution and the national sport school in Dobrich. Match-making, group and individual counseling on management. Group Training:  fundraising and organization of sport activities among youth from and outside social care institutions.
Day 5. SPORTS IS FOR ALL – matchmaking session for discussion on the effective way for collaboration among the participants for the organization of transnational tournaments/and sport activities/  with the youth deprived of social care from Bulgaria /based on the analyzed sport interests, the age categories and etc.
Day 6. Transnational formal and informal networks – and social networks as an instrument for successful sport management in social care institutions. Conclusion analyses of the event, goodbye lunch. Departure.  Guest lectors: sport experts, or relevant field project managers, psychological counsels, experts from local authorities from the partner countries.

Place: Albena resort

DATE: 06-11.06.2016

Please do not hesitate to contact the project team for your reservations. NO FEE for participation is required. We provide full assistance to all interested participants including specialized support for people with disadvantages.

TRANSNATIONAL TRAINING 1. ‘Organisation of adapted physical activity schedule considering the hindrances for youth with disabilities/or other disadvantages at schools, specialized institutions and social care institutions. ‘

PLACE: BULGARIA

SCHEDULE OF THE EVENT:
D1. Registration/Presentation of the project and best practices for adapted physical activities schedule – at schools/social care institutions/municipalities.
D2. The basic principles of obligatory and optional sport and physical activities for youth with disabilities in grassroots sports. Part 1. Lectures and  Discussion panel.
D3. The basic principles of obligatory and optional sport and physical activities for youth with disabilities in grassroots sports. Part 2. Lectures and Discussion panel. Management and planning of adapted sport and physical activities events.
D4. Design and re-design of sport facilities for youth with disadvantages – best practices, low –cost decisions. Identification of stakeholders and encouragement of youth volunteering for design and redesign of sport facilities and activities involving youth with disabilities.
D5. Medical control and specifics in the organization of sport activities adapted for youth with disadvantages. Match-making sessions.
D6. Fundraising and Management of sport events and physical activities adapted for youth with disabilities in grassroots sports. The ADAPTIVE SPORTS – experts describe the commonest adaptive sports for youth with disabilities and how to integrate them in the school schedule.
D7. Transnational round table: SPORT UNITES ALL – THE ADAPTIVE SPORTS /medias, experts, representatives of the public authorities, politicians, NGOs, school system representatives and etc. will close the event and will debate on collaborative activities for better planning and design of adapted sport and physical activities schedules at schools and social institutions, best practices and effective measures.

Place: Albena resort

DATE: 06-12.06.2016

Please do not hesitate to contact the project team for your reservations. NO FEE for participation is required. We provide full assistance to all interested participants including specialized support for people with disadvantages.

 

 

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The project has been funded with support from the European Commission.

This publication [communication] reflects the views only of the author, and the Commission cannot be held responsible for any use which may be made of the information contained therein.

 


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