Sport ID is a strategic partnership project. The project is funded under Erasmus+ and involves 9 organisations from 7 different EU countries: ONMIC- Opera Nazionale Invalidi Civili (ITALY), Asinitas Onlus (ITALY), Community Action Dacorum (UNITED KINGDOM), Centre for Advancement of Research and Development in Educatio (CYPRUS), Learning Center for Youth (CYPRUS), 1000/00 Aventura- Associacao de Desporto e Natureza (PORTUGAL), Sport Club Integra (BULGARIA), Perspectives (BELGIUM), Fundacion Red Deporte y Cooperacion (SPAIN).
The project aims to make connection between migrants and asylum seekers and local community through sports. All team sports allow refugees and asylum seekers to establish a contact with their local environment and to meet local associations and groups of which they usually don’t feel a part and towards which they don’t seek an active participation. The integration that arises during amateur sports events is a stimulus towards active citizenship in matters concerned with immigration, security, and the benefits of sports. This harmonizes with the specific goals of Collaborative Partnership: fight “intolerance and discrimination; promote voluntary activities in sport, together with social inclusion, equal opportunities and awareness of the importance of health-enhancing physical activity, through increased participation in, and equal access to sport for all”.
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Partners are from
Bulgaria : Sport Club Integra
UK : Community Action Dacorum
Spain : Fondacion Red Deporte y Cooperacion
Italy : ONMIC - OPERA NAZIONALE INVALIDI CIVILI
Italy: Asinitas Onlus
Cyprus: Centre for Advancement of Research and Development in educatio Cyrpus : Learning center for youth
Portugal:1000/00 Aventura - Assocaçao de Desporto e Natureza
Sports and physical activity are important and effective vehicles toward a non-medical education to well-being and health. Furthermore, sport is a tool to promote integration and struggle against discrimination and racism. The primary aim of the project is to create awareness-raising activities for amateur athletes, coaches, trainers, educators who work in the particular fields of sports connected with solidarity and social inclusion, sharing good practices and creating Open Educational Resources about how sports can support social inclusion.
Within the project, a lot of importance will be given to the approach adopted by the internal working groups, giving particular importance both to the communication and to the use of facilitation methods and conflict resolution.
The activities organised during the project:
- PROJECT STARTING ACTIVITIES (Jan 2017 - April 2018): Action plan, Communication and dissemination tools, “Sport-ID” portal, Desk research, “Sport-ID training module”, Web training course and virtual interactive learning environment, Handbook and Guide lines for a network “Sport ID”.
- OUTPUTS AND NATIONAL EVENTS (Jan 2018 - June 2018): Training course for 20 applicants, Creation of a Network Sport for Intercultural Dialogue, and Prima edizione del “Sport-ID Day”.
- FINALISATION OF THE OUTPUTS AND SUSTAINABILITY ACTIONS (April 2018 - Dec 2018): Work on improving the output and a sustainability action plan..
- TRANSVERSAL MEETINGS: Management, I Meeting in Salerno (IT), II Meeting in Hemel Hempstead (UK), III Meeting in Flemalle (BE), IV Meeting in Madrid (SP), V Meeting in Salerno (IT), Dissemination. Evaluation.