Some days ago we held another meeting of the ACTIVE U Project – Sport and Social Inclusion, with the presence of our partners from Portugal, Poland and Norway.
The purpose of the meeting was related to:
- the discussion of the different confinement scenarios that each country goes through,
- the consequent limitations in carrying out on-site work among the various stakeholders of this project in each country,
- and the sharing of solutions and methodologies to collect data from stakeholders about the action proposals that result from this project.
Over the next few weeks, each partner will seek to develop a Local Workshop, preferably using video conferencing platforms, where they will seek to continue to collect important feedbacks on what is essential to promote the inclusion of NEET through and for Sport.
The Sport and Social Inclusion – ACTIVE U project aims to give voice to 5 European associations in the field of social inclusion, Physical Education and Sport and Youth with new strategies and new forms of intervention among young people.
Led by CNAPEF and having as partners the Portuguese Sports Management Association (Portugal), S.S.D. L’Orma (Italy), the Furim Institutt (Norway) and Wyzsza Szkola Biznesu Nauk O Zdrowiu (Poland), this project aims to promote the identification, analysis and sharing of knowledge about effective, constructive European projects at resolving important issues that affect Physical Education, Sport and Physical Activity for children and young people.
Thus, it is up to organizations in the field of social inclusion, Physical Education, Sport and Youth, to join efforts to create social inclusion strategies based on Sport and to promote the social values associated with Sport.
Due to the pandemic situation experienced in Europe, this project has been suspended for a few months and is now being now reactivated, so a new planning and implementation strategy until the end of this year was discussed in an online meeting that took place this morning.
These strategies, learning and content will give rise to intellectual results (unfunded, which will be tested and validated in the field among the target groups identified for the project (young people between 16 and 20 years old, young people with fewer opportunities, young people in risk and social exclusion, young NEET) and that will reinforce the transformation of their social reality.
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