As the national advocates for children and youth sport in our countries we are responsible for the education of children and young people that are organised in sport. We share this responsibility with coaches, trainers and leaders that work in federations and clubs.
We provide children and young people with opportunities to acquire basic sport skills, to practise sport, to participate in...
Sport respects your rights – Initiative to empower young Europeans
Sexual violence can have serious, long-term negative consequences for victims. It can also be extremely damaging for sport organizations. Therefore, preventive strategies to safeguard children and young people from such experiences are now a priority for the sports community. With this in mind, a...
Against sexual and gender harassment and abuse in sports
Close personal relationships often develop within sport. Whilst this is rightly considered a positive and enriching aspect of sport participation, it also represents an area of significant risk for sexual and gender harassment and abuse. To tackle this issue, ENGSO Youth was implementing and...
Doing health – Easy methods for health and well-being in youth work
Seminar from 23 to- 28 January 2012 in Cologne/germany
Make your daily youth work healthier!
Find good practice tools to work on topics around “health” with young people!
Exchange with colleagues from all around Europe about non-formal learning methods for prevention and health promotion,...
Join the European Anti-Doping Ambassadors to spread the message: DOPING? NO, THANKS!
Who are we?
We are a group of 60 young people passionate about sports and its values, acting as Anti-Doping Ambassadors in a dozen of European countries. Our mission is to spread an antidoping message to young athletes through a peer to peer approach.
What are our objectives?
The ENGSO Youth Best Volunteer Award 2013 goes to Serbia
Dear Nevena congratulations! How do you feel about being awarded on a European level?
I always have faith that devoted work will be recognized, but it was a dreamy moment, indeed. More important for me is the significance of being awarded by ENGSO Youth, organization I admire a lot.