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SOCIAL PROJECT - 3 examples of Collaborative partnership projects in the filed of sport.

Three examples of Small collaborative partnership projects

  • 3 examples of cooperation partnership proojects:

  • - How to promote sports events to include people with the need of wheelchair.

  • - To promote sport for young refugees

  • - To include transgenders persons thought sport.

During the transnational meeting in Barcelona in December 2021, our participants tackled the writing of three social, collaborative projects between international partners. When we approach a project on an international level, we start from different points of view. We focus on the project's topic from different angles depending on the country of origin. The activities were carried out in English through a non-formal educational methodology to obtain complex results easily applied to different contexts. Our participants approached three different target groups. - Young refugees - Wheelchair needed - Teen Transgenders girl The first group

  • Name of the project: REFUGEESPORT!

  • Target: Young refugees

  • Objective: Include Young refugees through Sport!

  • Specific Objectives and actions:

1) Raising awareness of their status. 2) Understand how Sports Associations can include them in their program. 3) To train them for competitions in order to give them a sense of community and participation. 4) Support them with financing and equipment. Teaching methods are different from country to country, but all the coaches must agree to help the refugees with inclusion and socialisation. The activities this group planned to reach the objectives they have set are: conferences, training sessions, social campaign and advocacy actions, crowdfunding, friendly matches, and training meetings where the people at risk can socialise and confront the coaches. The second group

  • Name of the project: SPORT+⚧

  • Target: Young Transgender

  • Objective: Include Young Trangender through Sport!

The second group is focused on a young transgender person. The objective of this group was to raise awareness about transgender issues and their level of inclusion and acceptance among the sports associations and the community they live in. Another objective is to promote voluntary activities in sports that further social inclusion and equal opportunities. In the end, to create and strengthen cooperation between partners of different countries to include transgender persons. The activities that this group has thought to put in place to achieve these goals are workshop about human rights based on what they have learned during the meeting co-financed by Erasmus+ Programme of the European Union. Also, they think about a football match and a volleyball match with teams composed of people of any sexual orientation and without gender differences, trying to involve as many entities from other countries as possible and maybe making, before or after the match, flash mobs for work on transgender rights and inclusion. The sports clubs that participate in these initiatives should open their gyms and fields to outsiders to show that this kind of inclusion is possible. The third group

  • Name of the project: No one is left behind

  • Target: Disable people

  • Objective: Include disabled people - wheelchairs need - through Sport!

The third group focused on physically disabled people. The objectives of this group are: - to give financial help to these people to allow them to buy sports materials suitable for their condition. - to motivate them to try to do sports despite their physical condition. - Create a network of all abilities-people who wants to practice sports to raise self-confidence and break the monotony of the day that all seem equal. Actions: - Sport Competition open to all abilities-persons from different countries. Risk: - overcoming the psychological aspects that block disabled people from practising sports and the practical arrangements. Finally, all groups agreed to organise joint training sessions, perhaps using online meetings, to promote the importance of sport as a form of help for at-risk youth, disabled people, transgender people and refugees to the staff and volunteers of their organisations who need to have the right tools and knowledge to help.


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