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Empowering Youth Volunteers Through Sport questionnaire

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Empowering Youth Volunteers Through Sport questionnaire

Save the Dream have launched a project looking to develop a framework to improve opportunities to empower youth through sport across Europe. Part of this includes establishing an evidence base of sport volunteerism, for which they are inviting organisations to complete a survey.

Save the Dream has just begun the implementation of a two-year project co-funded by the European Union within the Erasmus+ programme aimed at developing a common framework on “Sport Volunteerism”, through the collection and dissemination of best practices, and examining perceptions across a wide range of stakeholders to address such major challenges and their impact on the European Union and international policy making decisions.

  • Read a short description of the initiative, titled Empowering Youth Volunteers through Sport (EYVOL), and the list of its partners here

EYVOL, led by the International Olympic Truce Centre (IOTC) would like to invite you to take part in its survey, which is gathering data to create a robust evidence base about the current outlook on sport volunteering in Europe and beyond (particularly the Enlarged Mediterranean Region), as a way to empower youth through sport.

If you complete the survey, you will receive a summary of this research as soon as it is available and your organisation will be acknowledged for its contribution. Additionally, your organisation could be eligible to be a selected case of best practice on youth and sport volunteering in EYVOL.

  • Take part in the survey here 
  • All responses are strictly anonymous and results are aggregated in the overall final analysis
  • This survey will take approximately 25 minutes of your time, but hopefully it will help in terms of creating significant long-term benefits for youth

Your opinion is valuable and will be greatly appreciated as all of your contributions and remarks will play an important role in the global analysis and outcomes of the EYVOL project.


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Wednesday, May 8, 2019 - 11:14