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22.04.2021
European Commission has released its Final report regarding Mapping of innovative practices in the EU to promote sport outside of traditional structures. The aim of the present study is to provide a wider understanding of how sport practice is evolving in nowadays society and how the sport movement is adapting to this evolution.
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15.04.2021
"BOOST-Boosting Outstanding Omnicompetent Successful Talents" is a 24 months strategic partnership, co-funded by Erasmus+ programme of the European Union, aiming to create new education and personal development for young people in Europe through delivering interactive educational formats and methods based on transversal skills development.
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10.04.2021
On April 10, 2021, at the National Sports Academy "Vasil Levski" Gurguliat building, in compliance with all anti-epidemic measures, a dissemination event was held under the "WINTER SPORT IS COMING project. The event was attended by sports specialists in adapted physical activity and sports, representatives of sports organizations, as well as young people with and without disabilities (physical and intellectual). During the activities the sports curling and floor hockey were presented, which are part of the spectrum of winter sports and the participants had the opportunity to get to know them in detail and enjoy them. The event was organized by the Bulgarian sports development association and the Adapted Physical Activity and Sport Sector of the NSA "Vasil Levski".
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01.04.2021
#SafeSPORTevent project comes in very challenging times for Europe and the World when the European Commission's main objective is the safety of all Erasmus+ and European Solidarity Corps participants and far abroad protection of any further similar challenges that might come in future. #SafeSPORTevent main aim is to protect athletes, especially the youngest, from health and safety hazards by improving training and competition conditions and especially during forcemajor security threads that need to be handled by specific security protocols that at this point of development do not exist in sport sector. The project will support the mobility of volunteers, coaches, managers and staff of non-profit sport organisations for educational purposes and will enrich their skills and knowledge for reaction in safety and security situations. The present research aims to find the state of art of safety and security in sport sector. The collected data will be analyzed by the project team and the aggregated data of the research will be considered during planning the educational activities of #SafeSPORTevent project.
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19.03.2021
On 19th of March 2021 an online meeting of the consortium of #SPORTolerance project was held that gathered project partners from Belgium, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Bulgaria and Cyprus. During the meeting, the partners discussed the options and challenges of implementing the project educational mobilities until the end of 2021, considering the national regulations of COVID-19 pandemic in the partners countries.
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25.02.2021
On Thursday February 25th, LOrma hosted the online Kick off Meeting of the big collaborative partnership Multisport Community Experience. The 5 partner organizations (hereby presented in alphabetical order) are: Bulgarian Sports Development Association (Bulgaria), Dubrovnik Sports Association (Croatia), European Platform for Sport Innovation (Belgium), NGO Nest Berlin (Germany), and University of Thessaly (Greece). All representatives present at the meeting showed great enthusiasm to begin working on such innovative and ambitious project.
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24.02.2021
Sport For a Better World is a project that promotes innovative cooperation between NGOs, universities and public bodies in the sport sector across Europe. The programme is based on multidisciplinary training modules mixing formal and non-formal learning methodologies and digital resources. Parallel running sessions will introduce participants development theory, practice and philosophy, sport management and strategic skills, and develop managerial skills through a mentoring and coaching scheme matching people and professionals in practice based learning activities. Over the course of 24 months, NGOs and public bodies from TR and EU Programme countries join efforts to 80 people and practitioners to the real-world sport sector by developing coaching and training skills.
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23.02.2021
Bulgarian sport development association (BSDA) is a project partner in An educational and training program for older adults at risk of developing dementia through table tennis. The duration of the project is 24 months, and it involves 10 partner organizations from six European countries - Bulgaria, Great Britain, Greece, Cyprus, Romania and Turkey.
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18.02.2021
Learning through mobility of sports volunteers (MOVING) is a Small Collaborative Partnership in the field of Sport aiming to support the mobility of volunteers, coaches, managers and staff of nonprofit sport organisations. The target group will be people aged 18+ interested in volunteering to explore the possibility of a career in sport as well as to further strengthen their competencies. The project seeks to answer the priority European policy challenge of supporting volunteering in the field of Sport as a vehicle of employability, economic growth and social engagement. The partnership represents 4 countries (5 partners) at the bottom of the chart for volunteering in sports in Europe, with stable trends in the period 2013-2018 Bulgaria, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Italy and Portugal.
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18.02.2021
The overall objective of this project is to encourage participation in recreational physical activity for seniors (persons age 65+) in project partner countries by developing new recreational sport programmes suited for 3 types of most common health conditions (back pain, cardiovascular disease and osteoporosis) thereby supporting the implementation of the EU Physical Activity Guidelines. The duration of the project is 24 months, and it involves 6 partner organizations from five European countries - Bulgaria, Croatia, Portugal, Slovenia and Serbia.
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16.02.2021
On 16th of February 2021 the partners of #SafeSPORTevent project has gathered online to discuss project activities, administration, implementation and reporting of projects in the field of sports, as well as the opportunities for implementation of activities in regards of the pandemic COVID-19.
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15.02.2021
SONKEI seeks to prevent violence and intolerance in sport through education and promotion of values of respect, courage, gender equality, inclusion and non-violence. The project intends to change the mindsets of people and initiate social change that will provide safer environment for everyone. The duration of the project is 24 months, and it involves 8 partner organizations from eight European countries - Bosnia and Herzegovina, Bulgaria, Croatia, Italy, Portugal, Romania, Slovenia and Turkey.
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15.02.2021
In the period 09.02.2021 14.02.2021 in Borovets, Bulgaria, in compliance with all anti-epidemic measures, an event that introduced winter sports and their benefits was held as part of the "WINTER SPORT IS COMING" project. 15 young people took part in the event and had the opportunity to get acquainted with the magic of snow sports (skiing, snowboarding, sledding), combined with the non-formal education (energizers, discussions, team building activities). The focus of the program was the encouragement of the attitudes and motivation of young people to participate in winter sports and at the same time to explore the educational dimension of winter sports, such as:
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12.02.2021
An online meeting was held on 12 February 2021 between the coordinators of Erasmus+ Sport co-funding projects starting in 2021 and representatives of the Education, Audiovisual and Culture Executive Agency (EACEA), which manages the funding of the education, culture, audiovisual, sport, citizenship and volunteering.
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09.02.2021
An online meeting was held on 09 February 2021 between the coordinators of Erasmus+ Sport co-funding projects starting in 2021 and representatives of the Education, Audiovisual and Culture Executive Agency (EACEA), which manages the funding of the education, culture, audiovisual, sport, citizenship and volunteering.
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07.02.2021
On February 7, 2021 in Sofia, Bulgaria, in compliance with all anti-epidemic measures, a volleyball event was held, during which was presented an online training platform for volunteers, created within the framework of the ESVOL project, co-funded by the Erasmus + program of the European Union. The educational platform is free and covers various aspects of volunteering in sports, emphasizing the social aspects, and is suitable for sports volunteers, youth and youth workers with an interest in sporting events, sports coaches, sports experts.
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04.02.2021
On 4th of February 2021 the kick off meeting of Train4Inclusive project has been implemented by project consortium and has included the representatives of Bulgaria, Croatia, Italy, Slovenia and Spain. #Train4Inclusive project aims to develop methodology and tools, which supporters and supervisors of sport activities for people with disabilities will be able to use in order to monitor the progress of their physical, cognitive and social abilities.
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03.02.2021
On 03rd of February 2021 an online meeting of the #GoodGovernanceSport consortium was held online. The project partners has discussed the current situation in their countries, the state of art of the project and its achievements so far, as well as the following steps to be made in order to achieve project goals.
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02.02.2021
Sports Inclusion and Inclusion for Sport is a project that seeks to encourage social inclusion and equal opportunities in sport through improvement of skills of coaches, trainers and other staff of organizations active in the fields of sport, youth work and social care and activities related to the social inclusion through sports. The duration of the project is 24 months, and it involves 5 partner organizations from four European countries - Bulgaria, Italy, Lithuania and Turkey.
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28.01.2021
There is a little known sport in Europe but it has many followers in other continents (America, Asia), which is probably one of the most inclusive in the world. It is a racket sport born in the United States in 1965 and is called pickle ball. This sport can be played by children, adult men and women, elderly people and people with intellectual and or development disabilities.
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25.01.2021
An online meeting of the consortium of the HEPOSI project was held on January 25, 2021, which brought together the project partners and gave them the opportunity to discuss the implementation of the remaining project activities, as well as opportunities for their implementation in regards of the complex situation in the world. A final conference is planned to be held in October 2021 in Lima, Peru.
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22.01.2021
ORIENT will promote the involvement of young people in outdoor activities based on orienteering. ORIENT addresses the priority encourage social inclusion and equal opportunities in sport by developing a set of innovative outputs in order to:
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14.01.2021
The objective of the project "Football as a seed for gender equality" is to fight discrimination and gender inequality through sport. Although sport is a phenomenon that involves both men and women, it is characterized by profound gender differences: men participate more in sport than women. In particular, women's participation is very low in sports such as football, which in the collective imagination is considered a "male sport" and not suitable for women. The lower participation of women is a consequence of gender roles imposed by the society which inevitably influence the desires, interests and aspirations of boys and girls.
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13.01.2021
#SportDiplomacyAcademy platform is open for registration of sport organizations and more that 200 sport entities are already registered. The platform aims to facilitate the international relations and cooperation in the field of sport and is with free access for sport clubs, federations and organizations. Considering the forthcoming programme period 2020-2027 and the planned on behalf of the European Union funding in the field of sport, it is a great opportunity for sport entities to be easy reachable as potential partners in international projects.
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11.01.2021
Empowerment Through Sports is a project which aims to use sports as a tool and educate the young in human rights, the essence of tolerance and collaboration.
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08.01.2021
After a challenging 2020, the #GoodGovernanceSport team has prepared for the sport organizations a motivational calendar that aims to inspire the delivery of good governance principles in action. Through 12 months of inspiration, we aim to empower the sport entities to ensure that good governance is applied in every aspect of activity undertaken. The calendar is available also for download at the present article as attached. Feel free to download the calendar and to insire good governance in sport!
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07.01.2021
The objective of the Sports, health and fun for preschool children / SUN project is to contribute to awareness raising of the need for physical activity as basis of healthy lifestyle by changing habits of identified target groups (preschool children and their families) both in urban and rural areas. The projects goal is to stimulate children, in the first place those with obesity, overweight and low physical activity, and their parents to embrace this new kind of lifestyle as a routine, and then transfer the acquired healthy habits in later age. Children, engaged in sports activities at very young age are more likely to remain active later in life and are less likely to become obese or suffer from linked chronical diseases. The duration of the project is 24 months and the initiative is involving 7 partner organizations from 6 European countries - Bosnia and Herzegovina, Bulgaria, Croatia, Italy, Portugal and Slovenia.
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