Erasmus +:KA1 - Youth Exchange - Programme Countries

 

Place:United Kingdom, London

 

Dates:13/08/2016 - 21/08/2016

 

Project Description:

Sports should be a part of every person’s life in some form or another, it forms part of a healthy lifestyle and helps people to develop many skills like cooperation, team playing, responsibility and a sense of belonging.  Sadly though sports is not always accessible to all people and even those involved in sports are so competitive that some even resort to substance abuse simply to stay on top.  

This youth exchange will look at sports from two perspectives; making it accessible to everyone and allowing people to find employment in the field of sports.  

The main issues to be covered in this project are access to sport by young people and evaluating the quality and quantity, the support offered to young people from school levels and the continued obstacles they face as they grow up.  The second issue to be explored is the use of illegal substances in sports, evaluating why people feel the need to resort to such action and how we can overcome these problems.  Finally we will be looking at ways that young people can find employment in the field of sports, either by discovering gaps in the market or by creating jobs in the communities that need them.

Food, Accomodation and Travel Budget is covered according to Erasmus+ programme. 

 

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Magazines:

1. Sports World Magazine

2. Bravo Sport

3. Gilwell Park Sports

4. Step Up

5. Sport Is...

6. Beat The Cheat

7. United In Sports

 

 

This project has been funded with support from the European Commission (Erasmus + Programme).

This publication article reflects the views only of the author(s), and the Commission cannot be held responsible for any use which may be made of the information contained therein.

Testimonials

Cultural diversity , open minded people with great desire to share their opinions, understanding through empathy, exercise, and overall a group that became unitary working together with joy. "Where do I belong" treated the issue of immigration from a rational and also emotional point of view. The action took place in Predeal, Romania and was coordinated by One Terrene International. The trainers information and means of communication was of great value and the topics managed to attract everyone`s attention and participation. I recommend this unique experience to anyone in search of improving their knowledge on European issues, developing their communication skills, understanding different cultures and establishing human connections.

Radulescu Cristian from Romania

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