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06.12.2017
The project Encouraging girls participation in sports - 2, EGPiS2, was born in the wake of the success of the omonymous previous project, and aims to deal in-depth with some crucial aspects concerning the theme of girls and young womens participation in sports, aspects that were brought to light from the first project.
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05.12.2017
As indicated in the EU Physical Activity Guidelines, the human body, as a consequence of regular physical activity, undergoes morphological and functional changes, which can prevent or delay the appearance of certain illnesses and improve our capacity for physical effort. At present there is sufficient evidence to show that those who live a physically active life can gain a number of health benefits, including a lowered risk of certain cancers, such as breast, prostate and colon cancer.
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05.12.2017
A Path to TranSportAction (APTSA) is a project involving a total of 5 organizations from Europe (Croatia, Italy, Bulgaria) and Latin America (Brazil and Peru), whose main aim is to enhance the capacity of youth organizations and stakeholders in all partner countries and beyond to use Sport in combination with high-end Non Formal Education methodologies for fostering a gender-inclusive approach to Sport practices, contrasting sexism and gender stereotypes and promoting equality and mutual respect among genders in disadvantaged rural areas in Europe and in Latin America.
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03.12.2017
Emotional ceremony and breathtaking spectacle marked the official start of Sofia - European Capital of Sports initiative on December the 2nd. Hall 1 of the National Palace of Culture in the capital was too small to gather all of those who were wishing to witness the historic events culminating in the celebration of the 75th anniversary of the National Sports Academy "Vasil Levski".
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20.11.2017
Start now!: Strategic partnership for health promotion among youth is a project in the frame of Erasmus+ Programme Key Action 2. The main objective of the project is to promote a healthy lifestyle among youth off all ages. The project will be implemented in the period from March 2017 till December 2018, in three European countries: Bulgaria, Cyprus and Poland. The main objective of the project is to promote a healthy lifestyle among youth off all ages. The project aim is to implement in different youth organizations an innovative methods of non-formal education about health awareness. The project is being implemented by the Promotion "HOPP" organization from Opole (PL) in partnership with: Bulgarian sports development association from Sofia (BG) and Organization for Social Policy and Action from Nicosia (Cyprus).
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10.11.2017
In the period 09-12 November 2017, in Sassari, Italy, an interim meeting was held on the project Young ambassadors of sport volunteering, in which representatives of all partner organizations in the project took part, and on behalf of the Bulgarian sports development association Joanna Dochevska, Chairwoman of BSDA, took part. The project "Young ambassadors of sport volunteering" aims to prepare and support 5 participants from each partner country in the implementation of activities to promote volunteering in the sphere of sport. ARBS works for the development and promotion of volunteering in the sphere of sports in Bulgaria and over the years has implemented a large number of campaigns and initiatives on the topic and works purposefully for normative collateral of volunteering. Under this project, volunteers in Bulgaria organized a series of events, part of which was dedicated to the European 2017 Sports Week, including a hike to Vitosha, a volleyball challenge and an active international weekend.
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08.11.2017
Sport has the power to improve social inclusion. He does not discriminate against any sign. No one is different! In sport we are all equal!
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06.11.2017
At the beginning of November in Sofia, Bulgaria,first dissemination sport event was held to promote the informal learning methods acquired during the Play Forward project, sport and physical activity was used as tools for improving and guaranteeing human rights among young people people.
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26.10.2017
On 26/10/2017, Bulgarian sport development association organized sport activities for residents in the State Community for Adults with Mental Disabilities in the village of Banya, Karlovo. During the sport sessions that took place in the community were filmed video footage, which aims to present the power of the sport as tool for integration and equal opportunities for all social groups. The sports activities were held with the support of the students of Adapted Physical Activity and Sport bachelor degree in National Sports Academy "Vasil Levski" and have also included local community members.
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23.10.2017
START NOW! is a strategic partnership that will focus its efforts on promoting health among young people in three European countries - Poland, Bulgaria and Cyprus, and will implement innovative non - formal learning methods for health awareness among youth organizations in partner countries. The partnership was launched in the period 21-23 April 2017 at an international meeting in Opole, Poland, and the next project meeting was held in Bulgaria between 30.06 and 03.07.2017, with representatives of Bulgaria, Poland and Cyprus taking part in the Health Festival, where they met with citizens and presented the project's activities, and then focused on discussing training modules for conducting health education through informal learning methods.
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22.10.2017
On 22.09.2017 a picnic was held in Pancharevo, where young people from Bulgaria and South Korea took part, sharing their time with positive emotions. The event was organized by Yordanka Hristova, one of the young ambassadors of sporting development, and the participants shared delicious food that they had brought and then took part in entertaining and educational sports activities. They were divided into two teams and competed among themselves, and finally there were awards for the winners. Young Ambassadors of Sport Volunteering project is a joint partnership between four countries and aims to promote volunteering in sport, equal opportunities and awareness of the importance of a healthy lifestyle by increasing participation in sport for all. The project provides 3 transnational meetings to present the results achieved at each stage and to provide a quality monitoring process. During international training, a team of qualified trainers will help prepare ambassadors for the organization and promotion of sporting events, motivation for sport and volunteer activities of their peers, and will structure the preparation of events to be held during the European Week of sport - September 2017.
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08.10.2017
On October 8, the first of its kind Festival of Abilities took place in Sofia. This Sunday, between 11:00 and 17:00, in the metropolitan area of Largo (the Serdika Antiqued Complex at the Serdika subway), Ability Fest Sofia 2017 unfolded as a celebration of skills and differences.
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29.09.2017
A few days ago a part of the BSDA team came back from Portugal, where they took part in the project "Youth Sport Development Ambassadors" (YSDA) in the period 25.09.-29.09-2017. Representatives in the face of Kalinka Gudarovska, a member of the Board of Directors as mentor and Musalina Dzhalil, her young ambassador, have taken part in numerous sports activities such as archery, kayaking on the Tua River, table tennis, beach volleyball, basketball and football. In their physical activities, they have partnered with project designers from Slovenia, Portugal, Poland, Hungary, as well as students from Africa who are studying at the local university in the small picturesque town in northern Portugal, Miranda.
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23.09.2017
The European Week of Sport is an initiative of the European Commission to promote sport and motor activity among the population of Europe. The goal is to increase the number of physically active citizens, because sport improves quality of life, improves health, reduces households' economic costs and brings a message of tolerance. The week will be held from 23-30 September 2017 across Europe, coordinated by the Ministry of Youth and Sports in Bulgaria.
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23.09.2017
The European Week of Sport is an initiative of the European Commission to promote sport and motor activity among the population of Europe. The goal is to increase the number of physically active citizens, because sport improves quality of life, improves health, reduces households' economic costs and brings a message of tolerance. The week will be held from 23-30 September 2017 across Europe, coordinated by the Ministry of Youth and Sports in Bulgaria.
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13.09.2017
In the period 07-11 September 2017, an international meeting was held in Ljubljana, Slovenia, under the project "Youth Sport Development Ambassadors", and representatives of the Bulgarian sports development association were the young ambassador of sports development - Alexander Iliev and Dimitar Tasev as his mentor. The Youth Sport Development Ambassadors (YSDA) project aims to train youth leaders in the field of sport, which will organize a series of different events and initiatives in seven European countries. The main goal of the project is to motivate more and more young people to be physically active.
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10.09.2017
Rijekas Sport Association is at the helm of the European project titled Just Sport and financed through the Erasmus + Sport program. Over the 18-month period, during which the project will be implemented, the association will team up with its five partners from Slovenia, Italy, Bulgaria, Portugal and Sweden, and work on educating on and raising awareness of the harmfulness of using banned doping agents and the uncontrolled consumption of various supplements in recreational sports.
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28.08.2017
In the period 24-28 August, an international meeting was held in Sofia under the project "Youth Sport Development Ambassadors", with the participation of the four young ambassadors from Bulgaria, who will have the opportunity to exchange experience and knowledge with their peers from Italy, Hungary , Wales and Slovenia. The Youth Sport Development Ambassadors (YSDA) project aims to train youth leaders in the field of sport, which will organize a series of different events and initiatives in seven European countries. The main goal of the project is to motivate more and more young people to be physically active. Partner of the project from Bulgaria is "Bulgarian Sports Development Association".
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08.07.2017
Ivan Tilev is well known to Bulgarian basketball fans, although in the last few seasons he was more active abroad than in our home country. The former national has spent the last year in clubs in Germany and Italy, and when he is in Bulgaria he transmits the experience gained outside our homeland to visitors to North Jim - a fitness center in Nadezhda, which he manages. His professional career in the last few years has been developed with participation in 3x3 tournaments in Bulgaria and Europe with a team leader who runs the NorthGym Streetball team. NordGym is also one of the fitness centers that is a partner in the JUST SPORT project, co-funded under the Erasmus + program, and aims to inform young people visiting sports and fitness centers and novice athletes and to provide them with information for the negative effects of substances recognized as doping.
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03.07.2017
We have just finished our second international meeting, which been held in Sofia, Bulgaria. Thanks to our bulgarian partner: Bulgarian Sports Development Association we had spend 4 hard working days during which we reached another step in our project: "Start now!: Strategic partnership for health promotion among youth".
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04.06.2017
On 05/06/2017 in Sofia was held a dissemination event of JUST SPORT project. In the event participated more than 30 youth sport specialists that had the opportunity the get information about the negative consequences caused by using supplements with harmful additives. Using supplements for gaining muscle weight impacts the organism in a predominantly negative manner. For example, it can cause depleted testosterone levels, increase risks of cardiovascular and liver diseases. Besides, it can cause dysfunction of the female reproductive system (absence of period), hormonal dysfunctions and excessive hairiness etc. mostly due to lack of professional supervision and somewhat dilettante pursuit of faster track of progress. Appearance and performance enhancing drugs (APEDs) include a wide range of substances that vary from fitness supplements to pharmaceutical grade synthetic hormones, peptides or other drugs. The progression from fitness supplement use to synthetic hormone abuse is poorly understood and differs from the pattern of drug initiation for most other substances of abuse.
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27.05.2017
International training of young ambassadors of sport volunteering took place in Bulgaria in the period 23-29 May 2017 with the main objective to stimulate the strong commitment of 5 ambassadors from each country. The Young Ambassadors of Sport Volunteering project aims to select, prepare and support 5 participants from each partner country in the implementation of the activities to promote volunteering in the sports activities. The Bulgarian sports development association, which is a partner in the project from Bulgaria, works for the development and promotion of volunteering in the sphere of sports in Bulgaria, and has conducted a number of campaigns and initiatives over the years and has insisted for years on regulatory collateral of volunteering.
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27.05.2017
Between 22-26 May 2017, an international meeting was held in Wales on the project "Youth Sport Development Ambassadors", and representatives of the Bulgaria Sports Development Association were the young sports development ambassador - Nikola Zdravkov and Konstantin Zankov as his mentor and member of the Board of Directors of BSDA. The Youth Sport Development Ambassadors (YSDA) project aims to train youth leaders in the field of sport, which will organize a series of different events and initiatives in seven European countries. The main goal of the project is to motivate more and more young people to be physically active.
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23.05.2017
International training of young ambassadors of sport volunteering started in Sofia and will be held in Bulgaria from 23-29 May 2017 with the main objective to stimulate the strong commitment of 5 ambassadors from each country. The Young Ambassadors of Sport Volunteering project aims to select, prepare and support 5 participants from each partner country in the implementation of the activities to promote volunteering in the sports activities. The Bulgarian sports development association, which is a partner in the project from Bulgaria, works for the development and promotion of volunteering in the sphere of sports in Bulgaria, and has conducted a number of campaigns and initiatives over the years and has insisted for years on regulatory collateral of volunteering.
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20.05.2017
Between 18 and 21 May 2017, the first meeting of the SpeeCh project took place in the municipality of Karsoli, Italy, where Joanna Dochevska - coordinator and Stefka Djobova - a psychomotor for the project took part. The SpeeCh - Sports Psychiatric Community project is a project that starts on January 1, 2017 and will carry out a variety of activities in the next two years.
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19.05.2017
In the town of Szczecin, Poland was held the first mobility of young sports development ambassadors under the project "Youth Sport Development Ambassadors". Within 5 days, participants from Bulgaria, Italy, Poland, Wales and Hungary discussed the issues of sport and discussed new methods of promoting physical activity.
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23.04.2017
START NOW! is a strategic partnership that will focus its efforts on promoting health among young people in three European countries - Poland, Bulgaria and Cyprus, and will implement innovative non - formal learning methods for health awareness among youth organizations in partner countries. The partnership was launched in the period 21-23 April 2017 at an international meeting in Opole, Poland, where the Bulgarian partner organization ("Bulgarian sports development association") took part Joanna Dochevska - Chairwoman of BSDA and Kalinka Gudarovska - Member of Board of Directors of BSDA.
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