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Sport and Gender: Empowering girls and women - Final evaluation seminar

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Sport and Gender: Empowering girls and women - Final evaluation seminar

The overall objective of this project is to promote the development of a sustainable youth sport network and exchange of best practices by using gender traditional sport as a catalyst for transmitting life skills to children and youth.

Date

11/23/2015 00:00

Location

Sofia, Bulgaria|26.11.2015

The "STAGE" project - Sport and Gender: Empowering Girls and Women - will end with an evaluation seminar in order to collect suggestions and ideas developed on the theme of the project. The methodological instruments designed during the entire duration of the project will be gathered in a technical publication regarding the theme of gender traditional sport as an educational tool/context.

The objective of the event is to acquire relevant competencies for the employment of gender traditional sport in the non-formal education context.

The overall objective of this project is to promote the development of a sustainable youth sport network and exchange of best practices by using gender traditional sport as a catalyst for transmitting life skills to children and youth in order to reduce violence and other social ills. The children can get off the streets, learn about rules and fair-play and practice conflict resolution without violence.

Building from the topics above, the specific objectives are:

  • Increase the opportunities for women to participate in traditional sports
  • Develop the heritage of European traditional sports and their decline amongst females
  • Favour best practice to promote traditional games with a gender dimension at international level
  • Explore the more responsive needs to women's life skills within traditional sport and their educational followings
  • Share topics connected to women, sport, environment, education and cultural heritage

Among the activities we foresee:

  1. Participation in local sport events
  2. Multidisciplinary workshops
  3. Sport workshops
  4. Discussions and debates
  5. Panels with local sport teams
  6. Workshops on intercultural activities

This seminar/conference is for 25 participants from Bulgaria, Italy, Malta, Portugal, Turkey and recommended for youth workers, youth leaders.

Working language(s): English
Organiser: IPCP (NGO/others)
Location: Sofia, Bulgaria

Application deadline: 11 October 2015

Contact
Name: Ventseslav Belev
E-Mail: trainings.ipcp@gmail.com
Phone: 0035988669408


[This article has been edited by the Operating Team]