Erasmus +:KA1 - Youth Exchange - Programme Countries

Place:Cyprus, Protaras

Dates:12/12/2016 - 19/12/2016

Project Description:

In our societies we have grown to believe that some people are designed to participate in sports and others are not.  We believe some people are good at sports and some people are bad at sports.  Realistically speaking though have we given everyone a chance to prove themselves, to at least try to participate in a sport?

When we create the impression that only the best are good enough it means we are closing our doors to so many people who are capable of achieving greatness.  We want to show that all people are capable of participating in sports and that by encouraging people to participate and at least try we can give young people the opportunities to find a sports that is right for them.  We believe that all people should be active in sports in one way or another and this training course will work with youth workers to develop and explore methodologies of making sports accessible to everyone.

We will also explore the accessibility of sports to disadvantages people and even disables people.  

The youth exchange will look at legislation in different countries and also the resources available and also look at EU law and see how we can help make policy reform to enable the inclusion of all people in sports.

We will identify the problems in each of the communities that make access to sports more difficult to young people and try to establish methods to overcome these problems.

 

Food, Accomodation is covered 100%. Travel Costs up to budget according to Erasmus + programme.

 

Dissemination Tools:

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Magazines:

1. A.M.O.R.S. Academy

2. Daily Sport Magazine

3. Fit Stories

4. Shania's Sport Illustrated

5. Sportinator

6. Sport Your Mind

7. U CAN Magazine

 

 

This project has been funded with support from the European Commission (Erasmus + Programme). This publication article reflects the views only of the author(s), and the 

Commission cannot be held responsible for any use which may be made of the information contained therein.

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Testimonials

"Where do I belong?" Youth Exchange - Romania was one of the most beautiful and succesful experiences I have had so far. I feel truly grateful for each and every person, story and moment we shared. The knowledge gained, the learning outcomes and engagement of participants was inspiring. The quality of each national team stood out throughout the entire project as the group dynamic grew with each day. WDIB was yet another amazing chance to work close to OTI representatives, to absorb their know-how and to gain new skills, as the involvment of each participant was taken care of, offering a feeling of empowerment and involvement. On a logistical level, the organising was spot on and each impediment was solved in a natural way, as part of the learning process. The chemistry we, as facilitators, felt was impressive and it gave us even more reasons to feel like it is worth it to keep going and to make the change we wish to make. After participating in many Eramus + projects, I can truly say this was one of the very best. This gives me hope and excitement for what is yet to come. Where do I belong? Where people as beautiful as those on this project are :) Thank you, OTI!!!

Teo Sarbu from Romania - "Where Do I Belong"

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