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...
Safer, better, stronger!
The catalog is one outcome of the Preparatory Action project „Prevention of sexualized violence in sports – Impulses for an open, secure and sound sporting environment in Europe.“ Launched in 2012 by the German Sports Youth, as part of the German Olympic Sports Confederation, the activities...
Towards “all inclusive sports-for-all” - Youth opening doors to all abilities
ENGSO Youth´s Study Session in cooperation with the Council of Europe.
To explore access to sport for youth with different disabilities and find creative methods for inclusion in and through sport.
By meeting and exchanging with other practitioners and volunteers from across...
European Youth and Sport Forum
EYSF 2012 Declaration
Document kindly provided by ISCA, organiser of the EYSF together with ENGSO Youth and KOA (Cyprus Sport Association).
The 2012 European Youth and Sport Forum (EYSF2012) took place from the 25th of November to the 1st of December in Larnaca, Cyprus, and acted as the...
To promote volunteering - a key issue for ENGSO Youth
Besides workshop “Motivational tools for volunteers – Best practices in sport volunteering - Universiade Belgrade 2009 and Universiade Kazan 2013“ an interactive sport game “Funny Universiade“ was organized for all the visitors of ENGSO Youth stand. Aims of the activities were:
2011 is the European Year of Volunteering (EYV 2011). What are the aims?
EYV Alliance Working Groups meetings continued in Brussels (March 2011)
In order to create EYV 2011 Alliance European Policy Agenda on Volunteering six working groups met for their second time in Brussels on 18th to 19th March. During two days more than 100 experts continued their...