SCforH - Creating mechanisms for continuous implementation of the sports club for health guidelines in the European Union, is a new project in which ENGSO Youth is participating as a partner.
The main objective of the project is to increase the participation in sport and HEPA in EU by encouraging sports clubs and associations to implement SCforH principles in their activities. The kick-off meeting will take place in Zagreb, Croatia, at the beginning of February.
The project will identify and nurture women emerging leaders and empower them to become real actors of change- change makers and decision makers in the sport and physical activities sector.
The final aim will be to facilitate and support emerging/aspiring women sport leaders in achieving a change-making position in sport governing bodies. Therefore the project will promote Executive Board as an option for women volunteers in sport while also focusing on motivation, training, and skills development for the participants
The project is a collaboration between 5 partners from 3 continents: Europe, Africa and Asia. The main goal of the Sport for Sustainable Development project is to create a platform for the transfer of knowledge in the field of sustainable development through sport.
Key activities will be: creation of a training manual for delivering the SDG workshop, a training course in Tokyo, Japan, visibility and dissemination activities, youth exchange in Dakar, Senegal and closing seminar in Paris, France.
The project provide young multipliers (youth leaders and civil society activists) and young people specialized in sport with concrete educational and training tools to be used in youth empowerment activities based on sport and for the training of young sport volunteers.
MONITOR - Monitoring and Evaluation Manual for Sport-for-Employability Programmes
The project will implement the Employability Study’s recommendations while also develop a manual to enable (starting) youth/sport/employability/educations organisations to undertake systematic Monitoring and Evaluation. It will also develop policy guidelines for employability sector on recognition of skills developed through sports.